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‘For The Bridal Boudoir’ luncheon Sept. 25

LOCK HAVEN — The next lunch program of Lock Haven Christian Women’s Club is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 25 at The Flemington Church of Christ, 714 Fairpoint Road, Allison Township. The theme for the luncheon is “For The Bridal Boudoir”.

The special feature will be a fashion show of original designs by local fashionistas of an array of selections for all styles for the night of nuptials.

The special music for the day will be provided by gifted vocalist, Eileen Banks of Rome, N.Y.

Eileen Banks is the speaker for the day as well.. She talks about “The Wonder of Life”…From a life of abuse to Jesus Christ.

The Sept. 25 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.

Reservations must be made September 18 by calling 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.

Lyco Genealogical Society meets Sept. 28

WILLIAMSPORT — The Lycoming County Genealogical Society September meeting will be held on Sept. 28, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Thomas T. Taber Museum, 858 Fourth St., Williamsport.

Chrissie Preston will speak on behalf of Friends of Lycoming County Cemeteries, which was created out of the need of our county cemeteries. They practice ‘Do No Harm’ and support best practices to preserve the future of our family monuments over time. The group offers volunteers, history, and preservation and cleaning advice for anyone interested in protecting our families’ investments in their cemetery monuments.

The Lycoming County Genealogical Society is an all volunteer organization, whose mission is to encourage interest in genealogy, to exchange information, and to sponsor educational programs.

Car Show, Applefest Day

in Milesburg

MILESBURG — The Milesburg Museum and HistoricalSociety will hold its Annual Car Show/Applefest Day on Saturday, Sept. 28.

There will be crafters, flea market vendors, apple dumplings and other food available along with face painting and other activities.

Entertainment includes Ken Yeaney, DJ with tunes from the 50s and 60s from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.; Joe Pillot on guitars with vocals from noon to 1 p.m. and Paul Confer on the keyboard from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.

For more information and to register your vehicle ($10) for the car show go to www.milesburgmuseum.weebly.com or call 814-355-9647.

Fresh homemade

doughnuts are back

JERSEY SHORE — Trinity United Methodist Church will be offering fresh homemade doughnuts on Thursday, Oct. 17. Walk-ins are welcome after 7 a.m. thata day.

To order doughnuts, call the church office at 570-398-2913 Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to place an order and give approximate time of pick-up on Oct. 17.

The cost is $6 per dozen and $3 for a half-dozen.

Laurel Run UMC to

celebrate 125th birthday

MILL HALL — Laurel Run United Methodist Church will be celebrating its 125th birthday today beginning at 4 p.m.

The celebration will include special performances by Beth Young, Reverend Bruce Wallace, Susan, Megan and Gretchen Smith and Elaine Barth. All are welcome to attend the event.

Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served and guests are asked to bring a covered dish to share.

The congregation asks anyone who is interested to join them for a wonderful evening of fellowship, reminiscing and celebration.

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