LOCAL BRIEFS

Covenant Cafe

making Easter favors

LOCK HAVEN — The Covenant Cafe, an early stage Alzheimer’s activity group, will be making Easter favors for Meals on Wheels recipients under the direction of volunteer Carol Poorman at its next meeting on Tuesday, April 16, from 1-3 p.m. The Office of Aging will distribute the favors later in the week.

Volunteer Kitty Oechler will lead the group in some Easter-themed games and physical activities. Refreshments will be served.

The Covenant Cafe is a joint venture between the Outreach and Witness Committee of Covenant United Methodist, the Alzheimer’s Support Group and the Alzheimer’s Association. Participants in this group are given an opportunity to be involved in socially and physically stimulating programs which will help them remain as active as possible. New members are always welcome.

Individuals and families who are interested in being involved in this special program are invited to call Fran Decker, MSW, LSW at (570) 748-4302 or (570) 263-2084 or at fdecker@kcnet.org for further information.

Haunted tours benefit

Highland Cemetery

LOCK HAVEN — Local historian Lou Bernard will be giving two tours of Lock Haven to help raise funds for Highland Cemetery.

At 8 p.m. Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11, Lou will begin at Triangle Park and take participants on an hour-long tour of the community, sharing both the fascinating history and the local ghost stories of Lock Haven.

The tour will be $4 per person, and all money raised will be donated to the care and maintenance of Highland Cemetery, a non-profit organization.

Tours will be approximately an hour.

Wear comfortable walking shoes, and flashlights are encouraged. Smoking during the tour is prohibited.

For further information, please contact 570-660-4463 or loulhpa@gmail.com.

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