Local briefs

United Way Night is Tuesday

LOCK HAVEN — Everyone is encouraged to come out to Stella A’s on Tuesday, enjoy a fine meal and support the United Way all at the same time.

The night’s dinner feature will be stuffed pork chops, which can be complemented with a caramel apple cider martini drink special.

Also on offer will be a basket raffle, 50/50, trivia and prizes for an enjoyable evening that helps the Clinton County United Way.

Stella A’s Bar and Grill is at 219 E. Main St. Dinner will be served starting at 5 p.m. For reservations, call 570-748-5600.

BC Wesleyan changes worship

BEECH CREEK — Due to the scheduled power outage in the Beech Creek area this coming Sunday, Beech Creek Wesleyan Church is moving its regular Sunday worship gathering to Saturday evening this weekend.

The service will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, and people are encouraged to “come as you are.”

The Rev. Dr. Jim Dunn who serves as the vice president of church relations at the Wesleyan Investment Foundation will share the message “Becoming the Church God Dreams Of.”

Children’s Sunday school will be held during the service.

Ross presents ChristMouse Story

LOCK HAVEN — For the child in all of us, Ross Library Youth Services and the Friends of Ross Library will be presenting an interactive, dramatic reading of the ChristMouse Story by Michael Schloegl on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 1 p.m.

The free fun will include singing and making a craft. A special visitor will also be coming. The Friends will be hosting and giving out yummy treats. Children may take home an autographed ChristMouse book (one per family) and another book of their choice.

Women wanted for

Barbershop acapella chorus

JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Chorus is seeking women “who love to sing just for the joy of it” as it forms a Barbershop Accapella Chorus for women.

The group will sing four-part harmony in Barbershop Style —  bass, baritone, lead and tenor.

If you are interested and want to tryout, contact Chorus Director Christopher Hauser through Facebook or personal email at Christopherhauser03@gmail.com.

The group will learn pop standards, show tunes, Broadway tunes, Dixie Land tunes, Gershwin, Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra, Barry Manilow, Liza Minelli Johnny Mathis and more.

The women will gain new friendships with other members in the chorus, learn to read music, perform at venues and compete in competitions.

LHU Turkey

Trot 5K is Sunday

LOCK HAVEN —  Ready, set, trot!

The Lock Haven University Sport Studies Department will hold its 11th annual Turkey Trot 5K Walk/Run on Sunday, Nov. 20, at 11 a.m. at Hubert Jack Stadium. Registration begins at 9 a.m.

Registration is $20 and registration forms are available before the event at the LHU Student Recreation Center. Money raised will be donated to The Challenger League. Runners will receive a free T-Shirt with registration.