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JSHS students to present ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

JERSEY SHORE — A blood-seeking plant that devours its victims in order to survive… A nerdy florist’s assistant who craves fame and fortune… sounds like a crazy combination but it’s the storyline of the fun musical “Little Shop of Horrors,” to be performed Friday to Sunday at ...

EVENTSPLANNER

TOP CONCERTS MAY 4 r “Rockin’ Road to Dublin” 7:30 p.m., Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport 570-326-2424 or 800-432-9382. www.caclive.com MUSIC TONIGHT r Bluegrass Redemption 7:30 p.m., The State Theatre, a Bluegrass in the Attic concert. FRIDAY & ...

MUSIC SCENE

TONIGHT Swing-nova (Jay Vonada and Justin Dorsey), 8-10 p.m., Zola Kitchen and Wine Bar, 324 W. College Ave., State College, 814-237-8474. FRIDAY Unncutt, 8 p.m., American Legion Riders Post 36, 360 Seminary St., Jersey Shore. — — — To have your musical line-up announced at no ...

Renovo Choir: ‘Love Changes Everything’

RENOVO — The Renovo Area Community Choir invites the public to enjoy an afternoon of love Wednesday, beginning at 3 p.m., in First United Methodist Church at Seventh Street. The choir’s spring concert is titled “Love Changes Everything.” Under the direction of Patricia Lacy and ...

LOCALSCENE

‘Improv 101’ at LHU LOCK HAVEN — The Dangerously Improv group at Lock Haven University will present “Improv 101” at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, May 3 and 4 in Sloan Fine Arts Center Auditorium. During the presentation, the audience will watch “Whose Line is it Anyway?” an ...

You think your job is hard!

This is a kiln under construction in our area by brick contractor George T. Hoover. This image originally came to us from George Poorman, a grand-nephew of Hoover.

MOVIE LISTINGS starting Friday

­­­ROXY THEATRE East Main St., Lock Haven 570-748-ROXY www.roxymovies.com 3D AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR (PG-13) - 7:00 & 9:45 Fri/ 7:00 Sat/ 7:00 Mon & Thurs AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR (PG-13) - 7:00 & 9:45 Fri/ 2:00, 7:00, 9:45 Sat/ 2:00 & 7:00 Sun/ 7:00 Tues & Wed I ...

Shining the spotlight on onions

It would be difficult to imagine cooking without onions. To me they rank right up there with salt and pepper as a flavor- enhancing ingredient used every day in nearly everything. Think of it, soups, salads, sauces, sandwiches and main dishes all benefit from a bit of onion, raw or cooked. And ...

Susque-View residents to participate in 5K run

LOCK HAVEN — Susque-View Home residents and staff are gearing up for the second Annual 5K Run for Residents. The event is the senior project for Central Mountain High School students Jocelyn Wallace and David Kramer, Wallace and Kramer have chosen this event as a learning experience in ...

AARP offers driving courses for elderly

LOCK HAVEN — AARP driving courses for older adults are offered in May, June and July at STEP’s Clinton County Community Center in the Clinton Plaza, East Walnut Street. A four-hour course is scheduled for Fridays, May 18 and June 15, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. It is open to drivers who ...

LHU students interact with nursing home residents

LOCK HAVEN— In February, three Lock Haven University recreation management students visited residents at Haven Skilled Rehabilitation and Nursing in Lock Haven. Angela Walter, Kayla Smith and Laura Rook, all in the therapeutic recreation track at LHU, worked with the residents in the Memory ...

The Silver Lining

SAVIOR BETWEEN TWO THIEVES Savior between two thieves showed me how to live. Jesus, though on the cross, was willing to forgive. He was willing to die so all may in eternity live, After all the agony, he still was ready to forgive. One thief turned his soul away from him And stayed ...

Proposed law gives visitation rights to families of incapacitated persons

By MATTHEW J. PARKER A bill introduced in Pennsylvania’s Senate proposes to bring “Peter Falk’s Law” to Pennsylvania. The law provides visitation rights to the families of incapacitated persons who are under the legal custody of a court appointed guardian. The law also gives ...

Senior centers activities include trips

Centers are open 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, except on holidays. Clinton County Community Center 124 E. Walnut St. (STEP building in Clinton Plaza) 858-5800 May 2 — “Healthy Picnic Foods” hand-out, 11:30 a.m. May 4 — Card party, 1 p.m. May 9 — Hearing aids ...

Legion Auxiliary gives Americanism awards

LOCK HAVEN — Members of the William Marshall Crawford American Legion Auxiliary Unit #131 of Lock Haven held their Americanism Awards program April 17 at the Lock Haven American Legion. Americanism Chairman Carol Wert Walker, along with her assistants, Dori Schenck, president of ALA #131, ...

‘Oh, where Rotary will take you!’

LOCK HAVEN — “Oh, where Rotary will take you” was the topic of Jessie Anderson, speaker of the evening April 10 for the Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven. Anderson is the youngest member of the club and was introduced by the oldest member, Eleanor Kodish. She said she was ...

Greater Jersey Shore Ridge and Valley Community Cleanup Day set April 28

JERSEY SHORE — On April 28 there will be a Greater Jersey Shore Ridge and Valley Community Cleanup Day sponsored by the Roscoe M. and Edith M. Wolf Fund at the First Community Foundation Partnership of PA. From 9:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., CleanScapes, Boy Scouts Troop 354, Lock Haven University ...

KC CHEERLEADERS HEAD TO DISNEY

Nine PA Elite Cheer student-athletes from Keystone Central School District will head to Orlando, Fla., in May to compete at Disney. The girls represent four different skill groups within the PA Elite Cheer team. The athletes recently won at their competition at Southern Columbia, which arned ...

Jersey Shore High School lists honor roll students

JERSEY SHORE — The following Jersey Shore High School students were named to honor rolls for the third marking period. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Grade 9 — Owen Anderson, Cale Blakely, Zane Bubb, Matthew Buttorff, Alexander Butzler, Olivia Eiswerth, Arabella Fielder, Rita Fisher, Colton ...

Bulldog VIPS enjoy lunch, receive awards

JERSEY SHORE — Jersey Shore Area Senior High School recently honored its VIP award recipients for the third nine weeks of the school year. Teachers are asked to nominate one student who consistently displays the high school’s VIP expected behaviors — Value everything and everyone, ...