Around the Town
and Happy Birthday to Jerry Barzona!
to Carolyn Crays … Ethel Eisenhower
Quote of the Day
“Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.”
— Roy T. Bennett
Word of the Day
Procellous — Stormy
All-you-can-eat ham dinner
The Sugar Valley Fire Company is holding an all-you-can-eat ham dinner on Saturday, Nov. 9, from 4-7 p.m. at the fire station. Eat in or take out. Call 570-725-3017.
Heisey House Museum
The Heisey House Museum is open on Saturdays 10-2. Visit, take a tour and then participate in a “virtual” scavenger hunt. Bring your cell phone, tablet or digital camera then go on a search to take a photo for items on the “Hunt” list. Participants will receive a memento of the PA Wilds.
The Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven encourages residents to scan the many books located in their Little Red Libraries in Triangle and Hanna parks. There are a variety of books for youngsters, teens and adults to choose from. You can take a book and leave another in its place or simply take a book and bring it back. You do not have to replace a book that you take. Downtown Rotary is also in search of children’s books. Anyone who wishes to donate a book can simply leave it in one of the libraries or call Downtown Rotary President Diahan Claghorn at 814-571-5324.
Since 2000, Clinton County CleanScapes, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, has organized more than 125 cleanup events, rallying together 4,569 volunteers and cleaning up over 2,432,460 pounds of debris and 13,131 tires from our waterways and landscapes. You can help impact the local community by joining the effort. Become a member, gift a membership to a loved one, volunteer at a cleanup, or donate to the cause. Donations help provide volunteers with cleanup supplies, lunch and refreshments. Learn more at Facebook.com/CleanScapesNCPA.