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June 26

CEMETERY MEETING: Gelatt Cemetery Assoc. Annual Meeting, 1:00pm at William and Elaine Wood's residence, State Route 92, Jackson.

TAKE-OUT ROAST BEEF SUPPER: Saturday, 4:30 - 6:00pm, at the Thompson UMC, 586 Main Street. Please Pre-order by calling Marge at 570-442-1208 by June 24. Facemasks and Social Distancing will be observed. All are welcome.

June 26-27

RADIO RELAY: Amateur Radio Relay League's North America Field Day event, at the Montrose Fair Grounds, located just off Quarry Street (off Griffis Street) in Montrose. On air times begin Saturday, 2:00pm and ends Sunday, 2:00pm. Stop by, talk about amateur radio, view the equipment in action, or get on the air waves. For further details and a map, visit: https://n3src.org/field-day/.

July 3

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION: Saturday, at the Thompson Hose Company. 11:00am Chicken BBQ, 11:30 Parade, Music all day and evening, Fireworks at 10:00pm. Rain date for fireworks is July 4th at 10:00pm with festivities starting at 6pm.

July 6

SHEHAWKEN FESTIVAL: Rain or shine, at the Shehawken UMC, Dixie Highway & Scott Center Road, Starrucca. Saturday, 10:00am - 12:00pm. Join us at our deli and bake sale for all sorts of homemade pies, cakes, salads, goodies and bazaar items. All proceeds benefit the Women's Mission Projects.

AMERICAN MADE MUSCLE CAR NIGHT: At the Troy Town Cruisers weekly show. If you have one of these American Made Classics be sure to bring it out and show it off. If you know of someone who has one be sure to invite them. Every Tuesday beginning at 5:00pm at the First Citizens Community Bank, Troy. FMI call 570-637-7683.

*The Troy Town Cruisers are a bunch of car and truck men & women who love showing their vehicles to the public at no charge.

July 10

USED BOOK SALE/HISTORICAL EXHIBITS: Sponsored by Harford Historical Society on Saturday, 9:00am - 2:00pm. Hardcover books, 50 cents each; paperback, 25 cents each. See historical exhibits for no charge in the building used as dormitory school 1865 to 1902 for Civil War orphans at the Soldiers Orphan School, 2238 Orphan School Road, Kingsley. Please use recommended health and safety measures.

July 15

COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE: Thursday, 1:30pm - 6:30pm at St. Marks Church, New Milford. Call 1-800-Red-Cross to make and appointment.

July 17

GOOD NEWS LUNCH: Drive-by pickup Saturday, 12:00 - 1:00pm at St. Marks Church, New Milford. Call Lorraine 570-465-3393 or Joan 570-498-7297 to reserve your meal.

July 21

TAKE-OUT ONLY CHICKEN/BISCUIT DINNER: Wednesday, at the Clifford United Methodist Church, Main Street. Drive-Thru, 4:00 to 6:00pm or until sold out. Chicken, biscuit, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, harvard beets & dessert.

July 31

GOLF TOURNEY: This year's South Creek Lions' Captain & Crew Golf Tournament is in Memory of Lion Paul Bryington, Saturday at Tomasso's Golf Course, Waverly, NY. Registration sheets available at: Woody's Country Store, Gillett; First Citizens Community Bank, Gillett; Sheddens Wholesale, Fassett; Krise's Tire, Troy; Bradco Printers, Troy; Terrace Lanes, Troy; or by email, southcreeklions@gmail.com. Registrations received by 6/30 are $220/team, after that it's $240/team.

October 10

CLASS REUNION: The Forest City Class of 1976 will be conducting a 45 year class reunion on Sunday. Members please contact Juliann Nagoda Doyle at 570-499-4908 or jdoyle@nep.net for details.

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Clifford Society Benefit From Sales

The June 26-27 Clifford to Dundaff Community-Wide Yard Sales will be fun for shoppers and will benefit the Clifford Township Historical Society.

Half of the vendors' fees will be donated to the CTHS, helping to build the new glacier at the Children's Garden. Other donations will be gratefully accepted.

Visit the CTHS on the township's new landing page: www.wearecliffordtownshiparea.org.

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County Radio Club Field Day Event

The Susquehanna County Amateur Radio Club will be participating in the annual Amateur Radio Relay League's North America Field Day event, at the Montrose Fair Grounds, located just off Quarry Street (off Griffis Street) in Montrose, PA.

On air times begin June 26, at 2:00pm and ends 24-hours later, Sunday June 27, at 2:00pm.

Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to stop by, to talk about amateur radio with the clubs' members, view the equipment in action and, if they choose get on the air waves talking to other amateur operators across North America.

For further details and a map, visit: https://n3src.org/field-day/.

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GFCBA First Annual Poker Run July 31st

Submitted by Juliann Doyle

The GFCBA is excited to announce our first fundraising event of 2021 – the "First Annual Greater Forest City Business Alliance (GFCBA) Poker Run"! We decided the time has come to get out and start having some fun and promote our region in the process. This will be a fun and interactive way to enjoy a ride through our beautiful area and reach beyond the Forest City town limits. Proceeds from our event will be used to enhance our "grant match funds", thus allowing the GFCBA to pursue grant monies to support membership needs and town beautification projects.

The event will take place on July 31, 2021, with registration opening at 10am at M & M Auto in Vandling. Participation is open but not limited to motorcycles and Classic Cars. The entry fee is $25 to play and $10 for each non-playing rider. Shirley's Restaurant and Elegante' will be on hand at registration for food and pre-ride socializing. At noon, the ride officially begins and will traverse our region, making stops at seven local establishments. These include Jake's Tavern, Arlo's, Chet's Place, Frank's Place, Simpler Times, The Beacon, The Stonehouse. We convene at the end at Mountain View Restaurant. It is a fabulous line up.

There are prizes! At the end of the run, the GFCBA will be awarding $500 for the BEST hand and $500 for the WORST hand. Many of the restaurant participants are planning to offer games and chances to win merchandise at their locations. There is something for everyone.

There are a variety of ways for you to participate and support the event. First, we have several sponsorship levels available, with tiered benefits for your support. Reach out to the GFCBA at gfcba13@gmail.com for more information. Or find someone who will be riding and pay a minimal fee to participate. The ride ends at the Mountain View Restaurant in Clifford with entertainment, awards, food, and friends kicking off at 4:00pm. The Clifford Fireman's Picnic is also rolling that day, so there will be plenty of great causes to support.

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July 4 & 5 Montrose Independence Day

The Kiwanis and Lions Community Service Clubs of Montrose are proud sponsors of the annual Independence Day Celebration to be held this year on Sunday, July 4th, and Monday, July 5th. The schedule of events are as follows:

JULY 4TH – FIREWORKS AT DUSK – MONTROSE AREA HIGH SCHOOL, sponsored by the Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce.

JULY 5TH – INDEPENDENCE DAY RACES: FUN RUN – 7:45am; 5K – 8:00am; 10K – 8:10am. Contact: Fred Malloy, 607-727-7167 or email: fjmalloy13@gmail.com. Pre-Register at: runsignup.com/Race/PA/Montrose/4thofJulyMontrose.

JULY 5TH – ARTS & CRAFTS – 8:00AM TO 4:00PM – "ON-THE-GREEN": Over 100 Arts and Craft Vendors. Fine Arts & Crafts For Sale. Contact: Dan Regan, 570-278-2750 or email: klr4th@gmail.com.

JULY 5TH – CHICKEN BBQ – STARTS AT 10:00AM, SERVED IN FIRE HALL: Dinners Only - $11.00 each, 1200 Dinners Cooked, Seating Available. Sponsored by Kiwanis and Lions Clubs.

JULY 5TH – PATRIOTIC PARADE – STEPS OFF at 11:00AM: 2021 THEME – "THANKING OUR HEROES". Parade Route – Grow Avenue to Church Street to Public Avenue to Lake Avenue. ENTRY APPLICATIONS - Dave Spence, 607-725-1285 or email: dspence410@yahoo.com.

JULY 5TH – FOOD TRUCKS/BOOTHS, SODA/WATER BOOTHS – ALL DAY

GENERAL INFORMATION: Ed DeWitt, 570-278-3537 or email: fasteddie1941@twc.com.

The Kiwanis and Lions Clubs are looking forward to hosting all of our guests who will be both participating in and attending our annual celebration of America's Birthday. The chance to "get out of the house' for all of the events will be a fresh opportunity to mingle with your friends and neighbors and enjoy two great days!

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Susquehanna Hometown Days Is Back

Submitted by Susquehanna Hometown Days Committee

The Susquehanna Hometown Days Committee is pleased to announce the 2021 Susquehanna Hometown Days will be held July 21 – 24 with Nonweiler Amusements joining us with a full carnival.

There will be live music, a parade on Friday night at 6:30pm, July 23 and the Dan Wolfe Memorial Hometown Days 5-K Race/Walk on Saturday morning at 8:00am, July 24. We will close our event on Saturday night with a large fireworks display.

Once again, many of our local clubs and organizations will be setting up their booths with food, games and raffles to raise money. It is always our goal to work together with everyone to sponsor a fun event where everyone can enjoy themselves and to support the great community in which we live and work.

We know you are inundated with donation letters each year and we truly appreciate whatever you can do to help us raise funds to meet our budget of approximately $8,000. As a sponsor you will be recognized in our radio ads and Sponsor Board in the Events Committee booth.

Sponsors must be received by June 30, 2021. Also, if any of you would like to set-up a booth at the event, please email pamhennessey@yahoo.com, or if you would like to be in the Parade, you just need to be at the Susquehanna Elementary School on Friday, July 23 by 6:00pm.

Thank you for your support! Your contribution is an important part of our success and is greatly appreciated!

Please make your check out to: SCDA Events Committee, c/o Judy Rood, 224 Grand Street, Susquehanna, PA 18847.

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