Local Briefs

“Stop and Smell The Roses”

luncheon June 26

LOCK HAVEN — The next lunch program of Lock Haven Christian Women’s Club is scheduled for Wednesday, June 26 at The Flemington Church of Christ at 714 Fairpoint Road, Allison Township. The theme for the luncheon is “Stop and Smell The Roses”. The special feature will be a floral demonstration by Monica Long from Flowers By Monica .

The special music for the day will be provided by vocalist, Keystone Central teacher Jonie Bergey.

The guest speaker for the day is Rosa Marie Faulkner from Wilmington, Del. She talks about “Tiaras, Trophies, and Tantrums”…A look at marriage and child rearing challenges.

The luncheon begins at 11:50 a.m. and the cost of $15 per person includes lunch, entertainment, inspirational speaker and free parking. All area women are invited. This location allows for on-site child care for young mothers.

Nursery reservations must be made at the time of luncheon reservations. Mothers are asked to bring a lunch or snack for the child.

This is a perfectly designed time to meet new friends and catch up with old ones! The luncheon is a warm and welcoming way to renew and refresh.

Reservations must be made June 19. Nancy at 570-726-4305 or Jerri at 570-858-5738 or emailing lockhavencwc@aol.com. All reservations for the luncheon program MUST be honored.

Clinton County Democrats plan dinner

LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Democrats will hold a Candidates’ Dinner on Thursday, June 27,at the Dunnstown Fire Hall.

The social hour will begin at 5 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner.

Reservations must be submitted by June 15 to Kim Coleman at kimberlycoleman57@gmail.com or by calling 570-660-1555. Tickets are $25.

Dine with the Docs on joint replacements

WILLIAMSPORT– Chronic joint pain is not something you should have to live with at any age. UPMC Susquehanna invites seniors age 55 and up to attend Age Well’s Dine with the Docs on Thursday, June 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Walnut Conference Room, UPMC Williamsport Regional Medical Center, 700 High St., to learn more about joint replacements.

During the free event, a panel of orthopaedic experts will lead a discussion on joint pain diagnosis, non-surgical and surgical treatment, rehabilitation, and answer questions from attendees. Light dinner will be served.

Registration is required. To register, call 1-888-824-3935.

Age Well is a free membership program for seniors age 55 and up who live near a UPMC Susquehanna hospital. As an Age Well member, seniors have the opportunity to learn about their personal wellness through access to health care services and providers necessary to be healthy throughout their best years.

For more information on the Age Well program, visit UPMCSusquehanna.org/AgeWell.