Around the Town
And happy birthday to Gary Alley.
Word of the day
Yom tov (YUHN tuh v, tuh f) — Yiddish and Hebrew, holiday.
Quote of the day
“Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them.”
— James Baldwin
The City of Lock Haven announces it has extended its leaf pickup schedule through this week. Residents may rake their leaves off the curb into the gutter just before the night their street is to be “swept.” The sweeper schedule is posted on each street.
Climate Change and/or Global Warming will be presented by Dr. Laxman D. Satya on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in LHU’s Greenberg Auditorium (Health Science Building).
A fish dinner will be held at the Lock Haven Elks on Friday, Nov. 18, from 5-7 p.m. Tickets will be available at the door.
You might have noticed stray cats here and there in the community, and with cold weather upon us, there’s always the chance for a tragic end for these felines. The SPCA is making a general request for “Omaha Steak” or equivalent sized coolers. A volunteer will convert them into kitty shelters. Coolers may be dropped off at the Clinton County SPCA, 33 Mill Hill Road, Lock Haven, phone 570-748-4756.
Open house and silent auction
The Friends of the Jersey Shore Public Library, 110 Oliver St., will be having an open house and silent auction Sunday, Dec. 4 from 2-3:30 p.m. with over 100 auction items for all ages. For more information call 570-398-9891.
Aidan Laubach, 13, of Flemington, belated.
Pick 2: 9-6, Wild: 6
Pick 3: 9-6-2, Wild: 6
Pick 4: 2-1-9-9, Wild: 6
Pick 5: 2-4-5-8-8, Wild: 6
$30,000 estimated jackpot
Pick 2: 9-5, Wild: 7
Pick 3: 6-7-9, Wild: 7
Pick 4: 6-8-9-1, Wild: 7
Pick 5: 0-7-7-7-1, Wild: 7
$450,000 estimated jackpot
$1.3 million estimated jackpot
Powerball estimated jackpot: $293 million
Mega Millions estimated jackpot: $73 million