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PASR Gives Teachers New Science Grants

Submitted by John Manchester

The members of the Susquehanna Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees (PASR), have awarded two science grants to teachers in the Blue Ridge School District. Eighth Grade Science Teacher Erin Brown was awarded $250 to purchase materials and supplies to participate in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science program. Students will complete an extensive science experiment which will be presented at Wilkes University. Top finishers will then present at Penn State University in May.

Fifth grade teacher Elena Jones was awarded $170 to purchase a kit entitled Engino Deluxe Architecture, which will emphasize innovation, problem-solving and critical thinking. Susquehanna Chapter of PASR is committed to supporting all the schools in Susquehanna County with grants and awards to recognize public school employees, and support their students.

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Thanking Our Dairy Farmers

Submitted by Courtney Marvin, Susquehanna County Alternate Dairy Princess

January is the start of a new year and is a great time for members of the Susquehanna Dairy Promotion Court to show appreciation to our local dairy farmers. I, Courtney Marvin, the Susquehanna County Alternate Dairy Princess, Dairy Princess Holly Harvatine and the other members of our dairy promotion team are visiting dairy farmers throughout the county to show appreciation for them. Each farmer receives a "Thank You" basket as a token of our appreciation of how hard they work so we can enjoy milk and other dairy products.

Dairy farmers need to be recognized for all of the work they do every day. Farmers are one of the hardest professions I know. Farmers work seven days a week and many days of long hours. Dairy farmers milk their cows two to three times a day. Not only do they need to know how to milk their cows, they need to know what feed rations produce the highest quality of milk. Farmers are very knowledgeable about so many things that most of us might not think about. Dairy farmers are knowledgeable about fixing farm equipment, how to grow crops, detecting illness in their animals and even helping their cows during delivery of their calves.

So, next time your grab a cold refreshing glass of milk, a yogurt, or a bowl of your favorite ice cream, remember all the work that the local farmer puts into getting products from their farm to your table. Make sure to thank a dairy farmer when you see one of them.

Any dairy farmers in Susquehanna County wanting a visit from our dairy promotion team, please contact our chairperson Evie Goff at or Dairy Princess Holly Harvatine at to get on our schedule of visits that will be taking place February.

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Beta Rho DKG Hosts Christmas Meeting

Submitted by Cindy Reynolds

The Beta Rho Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International (DKG) recently met for its Christmas meeting at the Susquehanna County Library in Montrose. They were welcomed by decorated tables with buffalo plaid tablecloths, holiday centerpieces and napkins and the seasonal scent of wassail. The centerpieces were made by the hostess committee and were given away at the end of the meeting. Hostesses Rose Borgna and Pat Arnold prepared the holiday atmosphere for the meeting. Pat gave a history of wassail explaining that it is a beverage made from hot mulled cider and spices and is traditionally drunk as a part of wassailing. The drink is a salutation involved in door-to-door charity-giving, ensuring a good harvest for the following year. Thus the song, "here we go a wassailing." Delicious snacks were available as the members gathered before the business meeting which was called to order by President Patricia Carpenter. Member Janet Small led the flag salute and led the recitation of the society's collect.

President Carpenter welcomed members and invited members to check out the speakers that DKG is offering on Zoom. She also encouraged members to visit the DKG International Gallery of Fine Arts on the DKG website where members Donna Biglin, Amy Radford, Cindy Reynolds and Jeanette Saulo, have their work jury selected for posting. She also thanked members for completing the DKG survey for the US Forum.

Peggy Walker, chapter projects chairman is preparing the plans for a Beta Rho fundraiser. Items will be for sale at the Christmas in Montrose Festival next year, December 2, 2023. In Peggy's absence, Janeen Nieratko presented and made suggestions of how to make some items for this fundraiser. Members enthusiastically reacted to this project.

Teresa Cavalier, Angie Zick, and Sarah Empett read the next three lessons from The Leadership Mindset by Becky Johnen, a member of the Pennsylvania State Leadership Committee which supports President Pat's "Bonding and Building Bridges" theme. Teresa read Lesson #4 Communications; Angela Zick read Lesson #5 Synergy; Sarah Empett read Lesson #6 Attitude and Kathy Roe read Reflection…a summary of the lessons.

To help members become more familiar with the Beta Rho Directory, President Carpenter and member Cindy Reynolds led members in a game to find facts in the chapter directory. The first member to find the correct answer and give the page number to answer each question won a lottery ticket.

Corresponding Secretary Kathy Fuller called the roll. Eighteen members were present. She then read the correspondence report noting that the new process for submitting RSVPs for meetings is working smoothly. She also read a letter of thanks from newly inducted member Krista Treible expressing her appreciation for the beautiful induction ceremony at the October meeting, the SEE Basket, the Goodie Bag for working members, and for being invited to join the Beta Rho Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma.  The communications committee will be sending notes to members who have not been at meetings in a while, to let them know that we miss them and are thinking about them.

The secretary's minutes for the October 6th meeting were submitted online by Recording Secretary Susan Lee and the treasurer's report was submitted online by Treasurer Sheri Wolfe. Both reports will be on file for audit.

First Vice President Janeen Nieratko reported that she has changed her schedule of teaching piano lessons, so that she can now attend Saturday meetings and it is even working better for her.

Personal Growth and Services Chairman Leslie Gossage thanked members for the eighteen purses or totes packed with items for the Women's Resource Center as well as $215.00 in monetary donations. The March project will be to fill a backpack with items for home insecure individuals which will be donated to St. Francis of Assisi. Monetary donations may be mailed to Sheri Wolfe with St. Francis in the memo line on the check.

Leslie then asked members to "Toot Their Horn" by sharing any good news that has happened to them.  Angie Zick will be on the Susquehanna County Library Board beginning in January, 2023 and she also serves as the Mayor of Hallstead, Pennsylvania. Cindy Reynolds has the honor of having her watercolor paintings for her Christmas cards on display at the Abington Community Library through to the end of December. She did a "talk through" of her artwork at 6:30pm on December 8th at the library.

In the absence of Donna Biglin, chairman of the US Forum/Educational Legislation, Janeen Nieratko shared information about the Grant in Aid. She also shared the results of the DKG Survey for topics for the US Forum to focus on completed by Pennsylvania state members.

Rose Borgna, World Fellowship Chairman, reported on World Fellowship Grant recipients who are non-member international students studying in the United States but none in Pennsylvania. Rose Borgna will share the names of the recipients who are studying in neighboring states for members to support them with cards, notes and/or gift cards. Information will be disseminated via email.

Dr. Nancy Simon, Scholarship Committee chairman reminded members that there are several scholarships and enrichment grants available for members to apply for. The information is on the DKG Website, and all of the deadlines are February 1, 2023.

Kathy Roe, Beta Rho Achievement Award chairman reminded members to give some thought to which chapter member may be deserving of this award. She will bring nomination forms to the next meeting for the May deadline. More details will be on the nomination form.

President Carpenter reminded members about the announcements and deadlines listed on the agenda after which the meeting was adjourned. Following the meeting, members were invited to tour the Susquehanna Historical Society Museum for a guided tour by curator, Betty Smith.

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Expanded Access to PA Food Assistance

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) Acting Secretary Meg Snead joined anti-hunger advocates from Just Harvest at the City of Pittsburgh's North Side Farmers Market to highlight updates to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps, that expanded eligibility for Pennsylvanians in need of food assistance.

Effective October 1, Pennsylvania increased the income threshold for all applicants to 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines (FPIG). With this change, more than 420,000 additional Pennsylvanians and more than 174,000 households will be newly eligible for SNAP and will receive, on average, $63 a month to help pay for groceries like fresh produce, meats, dairy, and other groceries.

DHS is able to expand SNAP eligibility through Broad-Based Categorical Eligibility (BBCE) for the program. While SNAP is a federal program and SNAP benefits are funded through the federal budget, states administer eligibility and issuance of benefits. BBCE is a policy that gives states, including Pennsylvania, the flexibility to determine appropriate income thresholds and extend SNAP benefits to low-income families and individuals who would otherwise struggle to afford food. DHS currently uses BBCE flexibility to set income thresholds to 160 percent of the FPIG for households that do not have elderly or disabled members.

With this change, the household Monthly Income limits for all households to be eligible for SNAP (listed by household size then amount) are as follows: 1, $2,266; 2, $3,052; 3, $3,840; 4, $4,626; 5, $5,412; 6, $6,200; 7, $6,986; 8, $7,772; 9, $8,560; 10, $9,348; each additional member, $788.

Applications for SNAP and other public assistance programs can be submitted online at SNAP and Medicaid applications are accepted by phone by calling the Consumer Service Center at 1-866-550-4355. On-site County Assistance Office (CAO) services are available if clients cannot access online services or need assistance that cannot be accessed through the COMPASS website, the myCOMPASS PA mobile app, or by calling the Customer Service Centers at 1-877-395-8930.

For additional information about food assistance resources for people around Pennsylvania impacted by COVID-19 and economic insecurity, visit the Department of Agriculture's food security guide.

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PDE Seeks Sponsors For Summer Meals

The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) is encouraging organizations across the state to help provide nutritious meals to children in low-income areas during the summer months through the Department's Summer Food Service Program. New sponsors must apply by May 31, 2023.

"Hunger impacts families across the commonwealth and creates significant barriers to learning and development. For many students, their only access to healthy meals is found at school," said State Director of Child Nutrition Programs Vonda Ramp. "We're calling on organizations across the commonwealth to join us in combating hunger and helping students receive nutritious meals during the summer months, even when school is not in session."

Last summer, more than 200 organizations provided nutritious meals to children at over 1,750 locations throughout the state. However, to reach more children and narrow the hunger gap that summer may bring, more organizations and meal sites are needed throughout the state, especially in rural areas.

Participating organizations are reimbursed for meals served to children who live in areas in which at least 50 percent of the children qualify for free or reduced-price meals under the National School Lunch Program.

Participating organizations must be year-round, not-for-profit entities, which include schools, local, municipal or county governments, libraries, churches, fire and police stations, residential summer camps, and national youth sports programs. Organizations approved to sponsor the Summer Food Service Program are responsible for managing the feeding sites that provide the meals to children.

Most participating organizations may be reimbursed for up to two meals a day: lunch or dinner, and breakfast or a snack. Those serving primarily migrant children may be reimbursed for up to three meals a day. Camps may serve up to three meals a day, but they are reimbursed only for meals served to children eligible for free or reduced-price meals under the National School Lunch Program.

For more information on becoming a participating organization or a meal site for the summer Food Service Program, view the website at or call 800-331-0129.

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Meuser Part of PA Farm Bill Panel

Congressman Dan Meuser (R-9) recently participated in a bipartisan Congressional Listening Session hosted by Congressman Glenn "GT" Thompson in Harrisburg during the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Thompson (R-15) is the chairman of the House Agriculture Committee.

The discussion will assist in the creation of the 2023 Farm Bill, an important piece of legislation for Pennsylvania's agriculture and food-related sector. Agriculture is Pennsylvania's number one industry and plays a critically important role in the 9th District.

In addition to Meuser and Thompson, other members of Congress who participated on the on the panel included Dwight Evans (Pennsylvania), Austin Scott (Georgia), Mary Miller (Illinois), Doug LaMalfa (California), Derrick Van Orden (Wisconsin), Chellie Pingree (Maine) and Mark Alford (Missouri).

"The Farm Bill expires this year. We have to know what's working, and what's not," Thompson emphasized at the beginning of the listening session.

"The farmers and producers in Pennsylvania are at the heart of providing food for families across the Commonwealth and the nation," Meuser stated. "They persevered in the face of some remarkable challenges over the past few years and continue to innovate and move forward. We heard from farmers in the 9th District and elsewhere about the opportunities and challenges confronting the industry, and their ideas to improve the Farm Bill that Congress will tackle this year."

Among those offering remarks were Russell Redding, Pennsylvania secretary of agriculture; Richard Roush, dean of Pennsylvania State University's College of Agricultural Sciences; David Smith, executive director of the Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association; Mike Deskiewicz, CEO of Bell & Evans; Joe Caldwell, president of Giorgi Mushrooms and Elizabeth Hinkel, a Schuylkill County farmer and president of the Pennsylvania Corn Growers Association.

"The listening session was tremendously productive, insightful, and will be valuable to me and other members of Congress as we work on the Farm Bill," Meuser said. "It was also a good reminder of the debt we owe to our fellow citizens who work tirelessly, often in difficult circumstances, from weather to inflation, to feed our families and communities. They continue in the great American tradition of farm to builds our country and Commonwealth."

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DCNR Community Grants Are Open

Counties, municipalities and municipal agencies, pre-qualified land trusts, non-profits and other eligible organizations interested in applying for conservation, recreation, trail, and riparian buffer grants through the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) may do so now, according to state Senator Lisa Baker (R-20).

Over the past 20 years, the Community Conservation Partnerships Program (C2P2) has funded more than 4,000 projects that have helped plan, acquire, and develop parks, recreation facilities, trails, and conserved critical conservation areas and watersheds; supported education and training on conservation and recreation topics; and built conservation, heritage, and recreation partnerships.

"These grants are important tools to protect our environment, provide recreational opportunities, and ensure Pennsylvania's natural beauty can be enjoyed by future generations," said Senator Baker. "I encourage all eligible groups to apply."

Applications will be accepted through April 5th, 2023. Online tutorials are available to aid eligible organizations in the application process. For more information, visit:

The DCNR Recreation and Conservation grant program is funded with a variety of state and federal funding sources including Pennsylvania's natural gas "Impact Fee."

For more information on the grant program, visit:

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Winning Flower & Vegetable Varieties

By Melinda Myers

It's never too early to start planning new additions to this year's gardens and containers. Start compiling your list now so you are ready to place your seed order or buy plants early when the selection is the greatest.

Consider including a few All-America Selections (AAS) winners. These plants have been "Tested Nationally & Proven Locally™" for their superior performance in home gardens and containers. Grow a few of these 2023 flower winners for a new look to some long-time favorites.

Coral Candy Coleus is part of the Premium Sun series of coleus. It is the first coleus grown from seed to be selected as an AAS Winner. This uniformly compact coleus has unique narrow, serrated, multicolored leaves. The AAS judges found this variety maintained the color even when grown in full sun. It performed well all season and had almost no flowers. You will only need three seeds to fill a 14 to 16" container.

Bring a bit of the tropics to your garden, patio, or balcony with Royal Hawaiian® Waikiki colocasia. This beautiful elephant ear wowed the judges with its sturdy burgundy stems and large glossy leaves featuring pink veins and creamy white centers. Waikiki reveals these striking colors earlier than other variegated colocasia. This compact variety holds up well in wind and rain.

The stunning orange flowers of Doubleshot snapdragons will have you looking for spaces in the garden and containers to include this winner. This 18 to 20" tall snapdragon features open-faced double flowers that start out in shades of orange and orange-red transitioning to a dusty shade as they age. Its strong stems produce lots of flower-filled branches all season long that don't break off in high winds.

Blue By You salvia is bursting with bright blue flowers from late spring into fall when spent flowers are removed. This perennial blooms up to two weeks earlier than similar varieties already on the market. It was tested over three seasons, including winters and proven to be hardy in zones 4b to 9a. It is a favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies, makes a great cut flower, is suitable for containers, and is heat tolerant. All this and it's less favored by deer and rabbits.

Make space in the vegetable garden for the high-yielding Kabocha Sweet Jade winter squash. The fruit weighs between one and two pounds, making it perfect for single servings of squash, as an edible soup bowl, or added to a variety of Asian-style dishes where a sweet, earthy nutritious squash is typically recommended. Roast, bake, or puree Sweet Jade's deep orange flesh that has a dry texture with a sweet flavor.

Grow San Joaquin jalapeno pepper when looking for big harvests in a short timeframe. This means you'll have lots of peppers available for canning, pickling, and serving roasted and stuffed to large groups of guests. Leave them on the plant longer, allowing them to turn a beautiful red while maintaining their flavor. These thick-walled peppers have just a hint of heat at 2,500-6,000 Scoville units.

Make room in your gardens and containers for these and other winning varieties. Adding new introductions that have been trialed by horticulture professionals across North America helps increase your gardening success.

Melinda Myers has written more than 20 gardening books, including the recently released Midwest Gardener's Handbook, 2nd Edition and Small Space Gardening. She hosts The Great Courses "How to Grow Anything" instant video and DVD series and the nationally syndicated Melinda's Garden Moment TV & radio program. Myers is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine and her website is

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Time To File 2022 Tax/Rent Rebate

Older and disabled Pennsylvanians can now apply for rebates on property taxes or rent paid in 2022, the Department of Revenue announced. This assistance is available through the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program, which has delivered more than $7.6 billion to eligible Pennsylvanians since the program's inception in 1971.

Eligible applicants are encouraged to visit to electronically submit their applications. The Department of Revenue offers this online filing option to make it easier for the nearly 450,000 Pennsylvanians who annually benefit from the program to submit their applications.

"This important program helps older adults and Pennsylvanians with disabilities pay their bills and stay in their homes — that's why the Shapiro Administration is exploring the best ways to expand that impact. Filing online through myPATH is easy and saves you a trip to the mailbox," Acting Revenue Secretary Pat Browne said. "If you know anyone who might be eligible for a rebate, please encourage them to check their eligibility status and file an application online if they are qualified. We want to do everything that we can to ensure that everyone who is eligible receives the vital assistance that this program provides."

After checking eligibility requirements, you can file your rebate application online by visiting Submitting your application through myPATH is easy and does not require you to sign up for an account.

Applicants will be asked to provide specific information on their income and rent/property taxes. Applicants should check the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program instruction booklet to learn which information they will need to input/upload to complete the process.

Using the electronic option available through offers many benefits, including: Fast processing and direct deposit options; the Where's My Rebate? tool to track the status of a claim online; error-reducing automatic calculators; instant confirmation that your application has been filed; security features to ensure your sensitive information is safe.

Applicants must reapply for rebates every year because rebates are based on annual income and property taxes or rent paid in each year. Spouses, personal representatives or estates may file rebate claims on behalf of claimants who lived at least one day in 2022 and meet all other eligibility criteria.

Applicants who still wish to file a paper application form may obtain Property Tax/Rent Rebate claim forms (PA-1000) and related information on the Department of Revenue's website or by calling 1-888-222-9190.

It's free to apply for a rebate, and applicants are reminded that free assistance is available at hundreds of locations across the state, including Department of Revenue district offices, local Area Agencies on Aging, senior centers and state legislators' offices.

Visit the Property/Tax Rent Rebate page on the Department of Revenue's website for further information on the program.

Rebates will be distributed beginning July 1, as required by law. Here is additional information to keep in mind:

* If you provide your phone number on your Property Tax/Rent Rebate application form or in the myPATH electronic application, you will receive an automated call from the Department of Revenue when your claim posts to the department's processing system. You will also receive another automated call when your claim is approved.
* The easiest way to check the status of your rebate is to use the Where's My Rebate? tool. To check on the status of your claim, you will need your: Social Security number; claim year; date of birth.
The rebate program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians age 65 and older; widows and widowers age 50 and older; and people with disabilities age 18 and older. The income limit is $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters, and half of Social Security income is excluded.

The maximum standard rebate is $650, but supplemental rebates for certain qualifying homeowners can boost rebates to $975. The Department of Revenue automatically calculates supplemental rebates for qualifying homeowners. Rebates are funded by the Pennsylvania Lottery and revenue from slots gaming.

During the prior claim year, eligible claimants received a one-time bonus rebate on property taxes or rent paid in 2021. Authorized by Act 54 of 2022, the one-time bonus rebate was equal to 70 percent of each eligible claimant's original rebate amount. As a reminder, there will not be any bonus rebates this year as part of the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program.

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Courthouse Report

The Susquehanna County DOMESTIC RELATIONS Section has outstanding BENCH WARRANTS for the following individuals as of 9:25am on January 27, 2023. Jack Akers, Antonio L. Alcantara, Lloyd Baker, Jason M. Browning, James E. Bruno, Lee M. Carter, Anthony M. Choplosky, Jason Coon, Timothy M. Holmes, Veronica Mitchell, Paul Newhart III, Jordon M. Shelp, Chad Schurr, Justin S. Thompson, Jesse L. Trusky, Gregory Turner. Please contact the Domestic Relations Section at 570-278-4600 ext. 4050 with any information on the location of these individuals.

DEEDS as of 02-01-23

Brady, James (AKA) and Brady, James V and Brady, Renee J (AKA) and Brady, Renee to Beamer, Christen for $1.00 in New Milford Township.

Gula, Linda (AKA) and Gula, Linda L and Gula, Donald M (Estate) and Burdick, Valerie and Gula, Donald M Jr to MCH Ventures LLC and Mountainview Trust for $7,500.00 in Lathrop Township.

Kaputa, Joseph and Sharkey, Josslyn and Rodriguez, Jolene to Kaputa, Joseph and Kaputa, Karen and Rodriguez, Jolene and Rodriguez, Thomas for $1.00 in New Milford Township.

Stahl, Carl (AKA) and Stahl, Carl L to Stahl, John R for $1.00 in Herrick Township.

Vakay, Nicholas A to Pennsylvania Commonwealth of -Dept of Transportation for $1.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Chesnick, Christine to Chesnick, Christine for $1.00 in Herrick Township.

Lake Side Cottages Association to Pennsylvania Commonwealth of -Dept of Transportation for $1.00 in Lathrop Township.

Stedman, Eric and Stedman, Amy to Pennsylvania Commonwealth of -Dept of Transportation for $1.00, two locations in Great Bend Township.

Mrakovich, Dennis E (AKA) and Mrakovich, Dennis Eugene and Sojka-Reisch, Stephanie Marie (AKA) and Reisch, Stephanie Marie Sojka to Mrakovich, Dennis Eugene and Reisch, Stephanie Marie Sojka for $1.00 in Forest City.

Russell, Rebecca J to Lord, Robert J for $191,000.00 in New Milford Township.

Peet, Noel E (By Atty) and Peet, Dorothy A to Stauffer, Robert Allen II for $150,000.00 in Lathrop Township.

Subsurface Deed: Rodgers Family Limited Partnership and Rodgers, Diane B and Veiss, Nancy A and Rodgers, Michael D (AKA) and Rodgers, Michael to Bishop Bitzer Inc for $475,000.00 in Springville Township.

Clemens, Alvin H and Clemens, Valerie Crooker to Ross, B Elliot and Ross, Kim for $59,000.00 in Herrick Township.

Russell, Michael and Russell, Debra (FKA) and Powers, Debra to RFM I LLC for $1.00 in Montrose.

Russell, Michael and Russell, Debra (FKA) and Powers, Debra to RFM I LLC for $54,692.00 in Montrose.

United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Wells Fargo Bank for $135,600.00 in Liberty Township.

Loke, Gary Douglas Jr to Norton, Michelle Rae for $1.00 in Lanesboro Borough.

Durko, Gregory and Dearmond, Ann Marie and Durko, Kevin and Durko, Joanne B to Durko, Kevin and Durko, Sherrie Michele and Durko, Angelica for $1.00, one location in Uniondale Borough and one in Herrick Township.

Sparks, Alma R (Estate AKA) and Sparks, Alma (Estate) to Oswalt, Sarah G for $325,000.00 in Clifford Township.

Gardella, Helen to Schmits, Diane L and Knapp, Karen L Gardella for $1.00 in Silver Lake Township.

Brown, Leona K to Brown, Leona K (Trust) for $1.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Lockhart, Shirley A to Davis, Alice M for $230,000.00 in Springville Township.

Waldbaum, Arthur S (Profit Sharing Plan) and Waldbaum, Arthur S (Trust By Trustee) to Community National Bank (FBO) and Waldbaum, Arthur (IRA) for $10.00, one location in Harmony Township, one in Lanesboro Borough and five in New Milford Township.

Seman, Joseph S and Seman, John J to Seman, Joseph S and Seman, John J for $1.00 in Herrick Township.

Strickland, Bradley to Lopatofsky, Claudia and Lopatofsky, William for $75,000.00 in Lathrop Township.

Bilotta Family Trust (By Trustee) to Clifford Township Historical Society Inc for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Bell-Mayhoefer, Frances Marion (Estate AKA) and Meyhoefer, Frances Marion Bell (Estate AKA) and Bell, Frances M (Estate AKA) and Bell, Frances (Estate) to Bell, Clarence A Jr for $1.00 in Lenox Township.

Medynec, Nelson and Medynec, Leslie Ann to Geller, Allison and Hughes, Kenneth for $387,000.00, one location in Jackson Township and one in New Milford Township.

Heston, Gary W and Heston, Teresa M to Holleran, Joshua Patrick for $449,500.00 in Apolacon Township.

Allis, Bruce W to Edwards, Justin for $74,500.00 in Choconut Township.

Mestichelli, Ronald J and Mestichelli, Patricia to Payne, Judy M and Allen, Timothy W and Allen, Joy P for $100,000.00 in Harford Township.

Warranty: Davis, Donald R (By Atty) and David, Dawn M to Davis, Dawn M for $1.00 in Hallstead Borough.

Lloyd, Mark to Cathy, Candy L for $131,000.00 in Liberty Township.

Newhart, Roger A to Campbell, Christopher for $24,000.00 in Rush Township.

Interval 40 Unit 39: Gross, Regina Sechrist (AKA) and Gross, Regina M to Bremer Hof Owners Inc for $100.00 in Herrick Township.

Burke, Edward J and Burke, Rebekah S to Abbott, Jared and Oliver, Sara for $300,000.00 in Auburn Township.

Carey, Allyn B to Carey, Allyn B and Carey, Wendy M for $1.00 in Bridgewater Township.

R&S Realty of NY LLC to Guthrie, Wesley Dean for $134,900.00 in Hallstead Borough.

Schmidt, Seth K and Schmidt, Lindsay and Diaz, Benedict F Jr to Granda, Lorenzo Sumba for $94,500.00 in Hallstead Borough.

Heller, James D and Heller, Lisa J to Stahl, John R and Stahl, Patricia for $349,000.00 in Uniondale Borough.

Griffiths, Maryann (Trust By Trustee) to VanNess, Richard D and VanNess, Nancy McGowan for $360,000.00 in Silver Lake Township.

Interval 26 Unit 27: Bremer Hof Owners Inc to Sechrist, Mark and Wolfe, Virginia for $100.00 in Herrick Township.

Ross, John C and Ross, Amanda J to Ross, Sarah Mabel for $165,000.00 in Jackson Township.

Sefcik, Christopher E to Pagan, Luis for $258,000.00 in Forest City.

Damiani, Christopher J and Damiani, Breynne S to Stoddard, Heather for $167,000.00 in Lenox Township.

Brozzetti, Frank (Estate AKA) and Brozzetti, Frank Sr (Estate) to Brozzetti, Frank Sr (Trust) for $1.00 in Apolacon Township.

Fasullo, Mario and Fasullo, Luciano G (AKA) and Fasullo, Luciano to Northeast Susquehanna Holdings LLC for $287,020.00 in Harford Township.

Northeast Susquehanna Holdings LLC to Popielski, Lucas and Popielski, Aime for $325,000.00 in Harford Township.

B&D Brothers LLC to Pennsylvania Commonwealth of -Dept of Transportation for $1.00, three locations in New Milford Township.

Davies, Nancy L to Pennsylvania Commonwealth of -Dept of Transportation for $1.00 in Silver Lake Township.

Stanis, Raymond M and Stanis, Casimir M Jr (Estate) to Stanis, Raymond M and West, Eileen for $1.00 in Forest Lake Township.

Stanis, Raymond M and Stanis, Casimir M Jr (Estate) to Stanis, Raymond M for $1.00 in Montrose Township.

Siggins, Joseph S to Burt, Rebekah for $235,000.00 in Thompson Township.

Specht, William E to Mohamed, Aseel Nawaf for $115,000.00 in Hallstead Borough.

Carter, Marcia and Allison, Penny and Newhart, Joseph and Newhart, Russell III and Newhart, Michael to Pennsylvania Commonwealth of -Dept of Transportation for $1.00 in Auburn Township.

Decker, Earl F and Decker, Virginia L to Sefcik, Christopher E for $272,000.00 in Liberty Township.

Corrective: Naylor, Clara Hayes (Estate AKA) and Hayes, Clara (Estate) to Blow, Ronald J and Blow, Sandra S for $1.00 in Choconut Township.

Wiegand, Scott L to Rose, Kelly M for $1.00 in Great Bend Township.

Colwell, Thomas A and Colwell, Donna M (By Atty) to Robinson, Krystal for $210,000.00 in Great Bend Township.

Nota, Dennis to Nota, Dennis for $1.00 in Franklin Township.

Proof, Martha E (By Sheriff) to HB2 Alternative Holdings LLC for $5,621.51 in Bridgewater Township.

Quitclaim: Proof, Lawrence Keith Jr (AKA) and Proof, Lawrence to Proof, Lawrence Keith Sr for $1.00 in Montrose 2W.

Manzer, Jesse W (Estate AKA) and Manzer, Jesse (Estate) to Cox, Chenoa M for $1.00, two locations in Harford Township.

Alesky, Pamela D and White, Diana Alesky and Lynn, Monica to Alesky, Pamela D and White, Diana Alesky and Lynn, Monica for $1.00 in Gibson Township.

Anastasio, Charlene (Estate) to Anastasio, Luciano and Anastasio, Matthew and Anastasio, Michael and Haffey, Heather and Recchia, Eric for $1.00 in Gibson Township.

Barnanowski, Stanley Jr and Zulian, Dolores (AKA) and Zulian, Dolores A to Lang, Jack Jr for $12,500.00 in New Milford Township.

Straway, Arthur Jr (AKA) and Straway, Arthur M Jr and Straway, Arthur M Sr (Estate AKA) and Straway, Arthur (Estate) and Johnson, Pamela to Straway, Arthur M Jr and Johnson, Pamela for $1.00 in Ararat Township.

Norton, Victoria M to Norton, Thomas W and Norton, Lori A for $100,000.00 in Silver Lake Township.

Wademan, Richard B (AKA) and Wademan, Richard to Wademan, Richard for $1.00, one location in Thompson Township and one in Thompson Borough.

B&D Brothers LLC to Carpenter, Steven and Carpenter, Shari for $239,900.00 in New Milford Township.

Singer, Lois to Justesen, Kevin S and Justesen, Melissa M for $19,000.00 in Great Bend Township.

Wilkes, Summer to vans, Zachary Alexander for $140,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Fox, Lawson J to Jensen, Thomas Raymond and Jensen, Melanie J for $147,000.00 in Susquehanna.

Kennedy, David Brent and Kennedy, Clarissa Eileen to Genelien Legacy Realty LLC for $148,708.000 in Lanesboro Borough.

Quit Claim: Kays, Makayla Jean and Yarbrough, Terry Dale II (AKA) and Yarbrough, Terry D to Kays, Makayla Jean for $39,550.00 in Lanesboro Borough.

Corrective: Sparks, Alma R (Estate AKA) and Sparks, Alma (Estate) to Oswalt, Sarah G for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Powers, Gregory Neil (AKA) and Powers, Gregory and Baldwin, P Scott (Estate) to Baldwin, Deborah for $32,000.00 in New Milford Township.

Alley, Roy B Jr to Bremer Hof Owners Inc for $100.00 in Herrick Township.

Smith, Nancy Jane (Estate) to Strickland Hill Real Estate LLC and Braven Holdings LLC for $162,629.18 in Springville Township.

Smith, Nancy Jane (Estate) to Putnam Street Woods LLC for $7,370.82 in Springville Township.

Matthews, Charles W III (AKA) and Matthews, Charles Winton III and Matthews, Jane G to Matthews, Charles Winton III (Trust) and Matthews, Jane G (Trust) for $1.00, four locations in Clifford Township.

Quitclaim: Heitsman, Ann and Bradt, Barbara and Benscoter, Julie and Heitsman, Doug (AKA) and Heitsman, Doug R to Bunnell, Jonathan A and Bunnell, Charlene E for $1.00 in Auburn Township.

Collins, Linda M to Isett, Chadley and Isett, Amy for $225,000.00 in Montrose.

United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Youket, Aaron Gregory and Youket, Samantha for $289,000.00 in Silver Lake Township.

Pruitt, Brenda and McIntyre, Karen to Pruitt, Brenda and McIntyre, Karen for $1.00 in New Milford Township.

Monteforte, Ireno and Monteforte, Mary to Black Horse Realty LLC for $570,000.00 in New Milford Township.

Howell, Stephen and Howell, Marybeth to McHale, Judith J for $50,000.00 in Montrose 2W.

Downton, Paul William and Downton, Karen Ann to Slutzky, Martha and Helmstadt, Nicholas J for $300,000.00 in Harmony Township.

Gregory-Seymour, Wendy (AKA) and Seymour, Wendy Gregory to Perini, John P and Perini, Stacey A for $237,500.00 in Brooklyn Township.

Arnold, Jeffrey L and Arnold, Kathy to Door To Dreams LLC for $310,000.00 in Clifford Township.

Jurista, Mary Jo to Moronski, James S and Moronski, April K for $270,000.00 in Silver Lake Township.

Hilgner, Nancy C (Estate) to Millard, Kevin M and Millard, Riley Mae for $150,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Lee, William F to Pitcher, Gerald and Pitcher, Jo Anne for $60,000.00 in Susquehanna.

Fitzgerald, Daniel L and Fitzgerald, Heather Q to Drab, Walter and Drab, Eileen fro $150,000.00 in Middletown Township.

Hilling, Robert (AKA) and Hilling, Robert J and Hilling, Kathleen to Hilling, Matthew R for $1.00 in Oakland Township.

Davenport, James T to Ramirez, Celso Avila for $54,200.00 in Franklin Township.

Bush, Angela to Smith, Linda for $1.00 in Rush Township.

Bunnell, Dennis and Bunnell, Janis to Bunnell, Dennis and Bunnell, Janis for $1.00 in Jessup Township.

Smith, Linda A and Brown, Thomas to Wilson, John and Wilson, Laurie for $71,410.00 in Gibson Township.

Smith, Linda A and Brown, Thomas to Wilson, John and Wilson, Laurie for $298,590.00 in Gibson Township.

Tompkins, Donna A to Cook, Marsha L for $225,150.000 in Great Bend Township.

Ransom, Levi A and Ransom, Luann C to Prestys, Michael and Prestys, Karen M for $850,000.00 in Lenox Township.

Gamble, Michael A to Gamble, Troy L for $220,000.00 in Lenox Township.

Boner, John A and Boner, Mavourneen K to Lee, Donald T and Lee, Kellie J for $60,000.00 in Springville Township.

Bostjancic, Kim Y and Bostjancic, David F to Wilkins, Kyle E and Wilkins, Cassandra L for $45,000.00 in Clifford Township.

Crawford, Kathleen D to Crawford, Kathleen D and Crawford, James F Jr and Crawford, Tobin A and Crawford, Brian M and Crawford, Chad E for $1.00 in Oakland Borough.

Crawford, Kathleen D to Crawford, Kathleen D and Crawford, James F Jr and Crawford, Tobin A and Crawford, Brian M and Crawford, Chad E for $1.00, one location in Lanesboro Borough and one in Harmony Township.

Stephens, Ronald Lawrence Sr (Estate) to Kman, Linda L and Stephens, Ronald Jr and Gdyk, Jane E (NKA) and Stephens, Jane E for $1.00 in Gibson Township.

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