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EVENTS, PROGRAMS, HAPPENINGS, SEMINARS:
C.A.R.E. (Community Advocating Responsible Education) meeting, Thursday, January 24, at the Lenox VFW.
SPAGHETTI & MEATBALL SUPPER and bake sale, Saturday, January 26, 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Thompson United Methodist Church.
FREE PROGRAM on Montrose and the National Register of Historic Places, Saturday, January 26, 2 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Montrose at the County Historical Society & Free Library Assoc. annual meeting. Speaker will be David Kimmerly. Call 278–1881 for info
SO LONG, GOODBYE, Saturday, January 26, 8:00 p.m. at the Windsor High School. For ticket info call (607) 655–8250.
WINTER BARBECUE, Sunday, January 27, beginning at 11:00 a.m. at the Clifford Township Volunteer Fire Co.
February 1 & 2
COUPLES RETREAT, Friday, February 1, 5 – 9:15 p.m. and Saturday, February 2, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. with speaker Mark Dutton, at South New Milford Baptist Church. For info or to register, call (607) 330–2660.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST, country style, Saturday, February 2, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the East Ararat United Methodist Church.
CHICKEN & BISCUIT DINNER, family style, Thursday, February 7, beginning at 5 p.m. at the VFW Post 6223, Great Bend. Takeouts available.
Monday, January 21: chili, pineapple juice, green beans, white rice, corn muffin, diced peaches.
Tuesday, January 22: barbecue chicken breast, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, rye bread, graham crackers, mandarin oranges.
Wednesday, January 23: sliced ham, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, honey wheat bread, granola bar, tropical fruit.
Thursday, January 24: beef stroganoff, orange juice, parsley buttered carrots, noodles, dinner roll, pumpkin pie or sugar free butterscotch pudding.
Friday, January 25: breaded chicken patty, Italian blend vegetables, macaroni salad, hamburg roll, fresh apple.
Senior Center Menu January 28 – February 1
Monday January 28: Italian sausage with peppers and onions, potato salad, hot dog roll, chocolate chip granola bar, tropical fruit.
Tuesday, January 29: tuna noodle casserole, Monte Carlo blend vegetables, cranberry juice, 12 grain bread, honeydew melon.
Wednesday, January 30: honey mustard chicken breast, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, rye bread, graham crackers, pineapple.
Thursday January 31: spaghetti and meatballs, tossed salad, Italian bread, Boston cream pie or sugar free chocolate pudding.
Friday, February 1: glazed chicken, stir fry vegetables, wheat bread, brown rice, mandarin oranges.
The Susquehanna County Historical Society and Free Library Association's annual meeting will be held this Saturday, January 26, at 2 p.m. The meeting will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church Hall, Church St., Montrose, PA. The President of the Board of Directors, the Administrator/Librarian, and committee representatives will report on the Association's progress and activities during 2007.
David Kimmerly, a consultant who is working on Montrose’s nomination to the National Register of Historic Places will be the featured speaker at the Susquehanna County Library & Historical Society’s annual meeting this Saturday.
The annual meeting marks the peak of the Membership Drive for 2008 – new members are still needed to reach the goal of 1,000. If you would like to join the Association, forms are available at the libraries or online at www.susqcolibrary.org/membership. Members receive a four-page quarterly newsletter about events at the Library and Historical Society (not to be confused with the semi-annual Historical Society Journal devoted to genealogy and local history).
After the business portion of the meeting, the entertainment portion will feature a presentation on the National Register of Historic Places by David Kimmerly, the consultant who is working on Montrose's nomination for the Register. He will also discuss his findings about the historic nature of Montrose. Delicious refreshments will be served at the end of the meeting.
The grant to hire a consultant to prepare the nomination was written by Susquehanna County Heritage Preservation, Inc. and is being administered by the Endless Mountains Heritage Region. Volunteers from Heritage Preservation, Inc., staff of the Susquehanna County Historical Society, members of the Center for Anti-Slavery Studies, and the Executive Director of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region serve on the consulting committee. Grants were received from the Endless Mountains Heritage Region and Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission to prepare the nomination.
David Kimmerly is the Historic Preservation Specialist with the Heritage Conservancy, the consulting firm hired to prepare the nomination. Mr. Kimmerly has a Master of Arts Degree in Cultural Geography, specializing in the interpretation of cultural landscapes. He has over 17 years experience in historic preservation, planning, and geographic information analysis, and has written historic preservation ordinances and provided revitalization and preservation consulting services to numerous communities.
This talk should be of interest to all. Everyone is invited to enjoy the free program and learn more about the Association. For more information, visit www.susqcolibrary.org or call (570) 278-1881.
The B/S/S/T Area Agency on Aging Community Education program will sponsor a free program (for adults age 60+) to be presented by the Susquehanna County Master Gardeners program. This program will be making a birdseed wreath.
The AAA will provide all materials. The program will be held at the Susquehanna County Senior Community Centers as follows: Forest City – February 6, 785-3386, 1:00 p.m.; Lenoxville – TBA, 222-9550; Great Bend – February 8, 879-2896, 12:30 p.m.; Susquehanna – February 13, 853-3967, 11:00 a.m.; Montrose – February 5, 278-4370, 1:00 p.m.; Lawton – TBA, 934-2575.
Registration is required, as space is limited. First come basis – call by February 1. If you would also like to eat lunch at the Senior Center, also make your reservation with the Senior Center Manager.
As you watch your child grow, you notice when he or she rolls over, holds a spoon or walks and talks. You may also see that he or she is growing or developing differently than a cousin, a friend’s child or a sibling. If you are wondering about your child’s development, call for a free screening.
On February 15, representatives from Tri-County Human Services Early Intervention, Northeastern Educational Early Intervention and Head Start will provide screenings at Elk Lake Elementary School from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. Families with children aged birth to four are encouraged to take advantage of this free service.
While there is no cost to participate, you must schedule an appointment. Screenings take about a half hour. To schedule a screening, please call Stephnie Thornton, Susquehanna County CARES at (570) 465-5040 or via email at email@example.com by February 7.
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