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EVENTS, PROGRAMS, HAPPENINGS, SEMINARS:
MEETING: Advisory Committee of Clifford Township, September 22, 7:00 p.m. in Twp. Municipal Building.
MEETING: Wayne/Susquehanna R.E.S.C.U.E., Thurs., September 23, 7:00 p.m. at the Forest City High School Auditorium. For more info call 570-798-2530 or 570-278-4494.
PROGRAM: Owl Presentation, Fri., September 24, 7:00 p.m. at Salt Springs State Park.
PRESENTATION: Equine First Aid, Sat., September 25, 1:00 p.m. at Yar-Corte Acres, South Gibson. For info call 570-756-3036.
GOOD TIME, GOOD MUSIC with Terry Rockwell, September 25, 7:00 p.m. at Susquehanna UM Church. All welcome.
HARVEST DINNER, September 25, 4:00 p.m. takeout, 4:30 p.m. dinner at First Universalist Church, Brooklyn.
HARVEST FEST, September 25, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at Colonial Brick Inn & Suites, Hallstead.
BUFFET DINNER, Sat., September 25, 4:30-6:00 p.m. at Gibson UM Church. Eat in or take out.
HOAGIE SALE pick-up Sat., September 25, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at Clifford UMC Fellowship Hall. Orders due Sun., September 19, call 222-4344.
ROAST BEEF SUPPER, Sat., September 25, 5:00 p.m. at Thompson UM Church. All welcome.
PROGRAM: Mushrooming, Sat., September 25, 2:00-6:00 p.m. at Salt Springs State Park.
LYME DISEASE CONFERENCE, Sun., September 26, 2:30 p.m. at Tunkhannock High School Auditorium.
SOUP & BREAD DINNER, Wed., September 29, 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Hop Bottom UM Church. Free.
PANCAKE & SAUSAGE BREAKFAST, Sat., October 2, 7:00-11:00 a.m. at East Ararat UM Church. All welcome.
HARVEST DINNER, October 2, 3:00-7:00 p.m. at South Gibson UM Church. Eat in or take out, all welcome.
GO GREEN BIKE TOUR, Sat., October 2, at Lackawanna State Park. For info visit www.countrysideconservancy.org.
PROGRAM: Fall Foliage Hike, Sat., October 2, 2:00-4:00 p.m. at Salt Springs State Park.
BOOK SALE, Sat., October 2, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Soldier’s Orphan School.
ORGAN CONCERT, Sun., October 3, 2:00 p.m. at Thompson UM Church. All welcome.
MEETING: North Jackson Cemetery Association, Mon., October 4, 7:00 p.m. at North Jackson UM Church.
Monday, September 20: crab cakes, broccoli, cauliflower & tomatoes, sandwich roll, crackers, pineapple.
Tuesday, September 21: steak & peppers, roasted potatoes, rye bread, crackers, nectarine.
Wednesday, September 22: southwestern chicken, brown rice, cornbread, fruit pie.
Thursday, September 23: stuffed tomato, green salad, ww bread, tropical fruit.
Friday, September 24: Center is closed.
Senior Center Menu Sept. 27 - Oct. 1
Monday, September 27: hamburger, corn cobette, 3 bean salad, ww roll, crackers, chocolate sorbet.
Tuesday, September 28: pork & pea carbonara, spaghetti, garlic bread, chunky applesauce.
Wednesday, September 29: Swedish meatballs, green salad, rice pilaf, multigrain roll, melon cubes.
Thursday, September 30: baked ham, lima beans, mashed sweet potatoes, rye bread, fruit cocktail.
Friday, October 1: chicken filet, steamed broccoli, buttered noodles, ww bread, fruited jello.
The public is invited to the Harvest Moon Festival in Montrose. This year the Columbus Day weekend event will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 9 and 10, from noon until 9 p.m. on the grounds of the Holy Name of Mary Church. The festival schedule compliments the Artist tour held here annually. The Festival meals will help meet the needs of the many visitors attracted to our area on the Columbus Day weekend.
The Harvest Moon Festival honors our community’s agricultural and ethnic heritage with the presentation of a variety of foods including dishes from Italy, Poland, Germany, the Slavic countries, Greece and, of course, all American favorites. Visitors will satisfy an appetite piqued by the crisp autumn air by feasting on pierogies, stuffed grape leaves, pasta, and hot dogs/hamburgers, just to name a few of the many dishes to be served.
Live musical entertainers will include Joe Donovan, Kelly Pratt, Lonnie Griffith Band, the Endless Mountain trio featuring Corky Staats, as well as the country sound of the locally recognized String Band.
In addition to the food, music and hay rides, a petting zoo, Fire truck rides, raffle baskets, vendor wares, and Plinko are a few other highlights this year. There will also be over 40 baskets offering variety for ever interest. Several wonderful items will make the lucky winners happy on October 10. A queen sized quilt and a spring flower theme counted cross stitch will be offered, among other things.
Rev. Father Gerald Safko, pastor of Holy Name of Mary in Montrose, expects a great turnout. The committee has been working diligently for many months. Though they expect fine weather on this weekend, the festival will be held rain, snow, or shine!
An organ concert, performed by Mr. Anthony Angeli will be held at the Thompson United Methodist church on Sunday, October 3 at 2 p.m.
Some of the selections he will be performing are In They Garden with Thee; You’ll never Walk Alone, Beautiful Sunrise, Be With Me Lord, America the Beautiful and Battle Hymn of the Republic.
During the winter months, Mr. Angeli dismantled and meticulously cleaned the Church Organ, which was made in 1938.
In celebration, the congregation is having a covered dish luncheon directly after the 11:00 service and would like to invite all with an appreciation for music performed on a quality instrument and played with love, to attend the luncheon and meet Mr. Angeli before the performance.
On Saturday, October 2, the Churches of St. John, St. Lawrence, and St. Martin of Tours will pilgrimage to the Divine Mercy Shrine in Stockbridge, MA.
Fr. Michalenko, a preeminent authority on the life of St. Faustine, will deliver the keynote address. The daily agenda will include confessions, Rosary for life, Mass at the Mother of Mercy Shrine, and an hour of Great Mercy.
Departure will be from St. Lawrence Church, Great Bend. Call 853-4634 for more information and to make reservations.
The B/S/S/T Area Agency on Aging Community Education Program is sponsoring a Current Events discussion group for adults (age 60+). Focus of the discussions will be based on the participants interest, but can include local, regional and global news.
The workshops will be held evenings, October 12, 19 and 26, at Mountain View High School. Registration is required as class size is limited. For more information and to register call the Area Agency on Aging at 1-800-982-4346, by October 4.
The 2010 Susquehanna County Forest Landowners (SCFLOA) annual Columbus Day Weekend foliage bus tour heads west along historic U.S. route 6 to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon and the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum in Potter County. This trip's itinerary will be of special interest to history buffs as the bus tour goes through the historic towns of Towanda, Troy and Wellsboro.
It is expected that the fall colors will be at their peak and those who delight in savoring and photographing the incredible beauty of the Pennsylvania hardwood forests will have a great opportunity. The 2010 President of the Association, Jim Kessler who knows a good many things about our forests, described the tour as “an excellent opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the forests of the northern tier and gain a historic perspective of northern tier lumbering. At the same time you can leave the driving to us.”
The tour will leave the parking lot behind the County Office Building in Montrose promptly at 8 a.m. on Saturday, October 9. The first stop will be the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon lookout with its spectacular panoramas of nature's beauty. The next stop will be the Coach Stop Inn for a buffet lunch. The third stop will be the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum in Potter County. Several hours will be spent touring the numerous buildings, re-living the days of the hardy 19th and 20th century woodsmen who cut, moved and transformed the magnificent Pennsylvania hardwoods into numerous essential products. On the return trip, the group will stop in historic and beautiful Wellsboro for dinner. There will also be time to explore charming central Wellsboro. The bus will be arriving back in Montrose by 8 p.m.
The bus tour is open to members of SCFLOA and nonmembers. Reservations for this trip must be made by September 24. For more information you can call Bob Wagner at 278-9363, Helga and Ralph Walz at 553-2993 or Jim Kessler at 879-4604.
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