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Quinn Henry is JS Lions Citizen of the Month

JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for January is Quinn Thomas Henry son of Cindy Mason of Jersey Shore, PA. Quinn’s activities include, for one year, musical, men’s ensemble; two years, chorus, tennis, TSA; three years, IT Club; four years, concert ...

Jersey Shore Military Honor Guard provides many services to community

JERSEY SHORE — The Honor Guard, started in 1980, has a history of providing an array of military services, for fellow veterans, veterans organizations and for communities, churches and schools. The Honor Guard serves throughout Clinton and Lycoming counties, parts of Centre and on occasion, ...

For the love of reading

PHOTO PROVIDED Woodward Elementary School recently held its Title I Night as part of the Federal Programs Funding. The purpose of Federal Programs-Title I Funding is to engage families and to promote the love of reading. Families, working together, created winter literacy projects to ...

Local Briefs

Free Community Movie Night Feb. 15 MILL HALL —”The House with a Clock in the Walls,” is the title of the movie to be shown at the next Community Movie Night on Feb. 15 at Central Mountain High School Auditorium. The show starts at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Everyone’s invited ...

Old Photo Album

PHOTO PROVIDED Renovo Elementary sixth graders Pictured is western Clinton County Historian Charles Barnum’s sixth grade class at Renovo Elementary in 1991-92. Backrow, from left, are Mary Long, Becky Perry, Matt McDonald, Travis Hillyer, Mr. Barnum, Geraldine Meskell, Rodney Derrick ...

Around the town

Good Day and Happy Anniversary to Wayne and Sally McGinness of Castanea, celebrating 56 years on Jan. 26 Quote of the day “Whatever you hold in your mind on a consistent basis is exactly what you will experience in your life.” — Tony Robbins Homemade soup and bake ...

Old Photo Album

EXPRESS ARCHIVES Burger King: Home of the Whopper Burger King’s Flemington location has gone through many changes over the years including a most recent complete remodel in 2018. Pictured is what the building looked like in the 1990s advertising it’s famous sandwich the Whopper.

DTLH unveils Water Trail Map, presents awards at ‘Time Out’

By LANA MUTHLER lmuthler@lockhaven.com LOCK HAVEN — It was standing room only Thursday night as Downtown Lock Haven Inc. and the Fairfield Inn & Suites hosted a Clinton County Economic Partnership “Time Out.” Held at Fairfield Inn, more than 100 people were on hand to see ...

Jumping pits at Rogers Stadium named for Dave Schaub

From BASD BELLEFONTE — If there is a name synonymous with athletics in Bellefonte, it’s Dave Schaub. That’s why his family donated $10,000 to the capital campaign at Bellefonte Area School District to put toward naming rights in his honor for the jumping pits at Rogers Stadium - ...

MEETING NEXT WEEK

Monday — Clinton County Commissioners, 9 a.m. Tuesday — Centre County Commissioners, 10 a.m. Thursday — Clinton County Commissioners, 10 a.m.

REUNIONS

FEB. 5 — LHHS and ICHS Classes of 1951 monthly breakfast get-together, 9 a.m., Restless Oaks. FEB. 11 — LHHS Class of 1950, noon at Creekside, Mill Hall. Questions: Patty at 570-726-3374. FEB. 20 — LHHS/ICHS Class of 1959, reunion luncheon, noon, Dutch Haven; continue plans for ...

Old photo album UPDATE

PHOTO PROVIDED 1969-70 faculty at Woodward Elementary Pictured are members of the Woodward Elementary School faculty for the 1969 to 1970 school year. Front row, from left, are Ina Walker, Joyce Karichner, Pat Bickel, Janet Kunes, and an unknown staff member. Second row, from left, are Mrs. ...

Dear Annie: Gratitude needed

Dear Annie: We live in Florida, and my sister and brother-in-law are coming today. They will be here for six months and are expecting us to pick them up from the airport later. I also have a brother and sister-in-law, who are coming soon and will also need transportation. They both live nearby, ...

BLOOD DRIVES

JAN. 28 —1 to 6 p.m., Big Woods Bible Church, 241 S. Hanna St., Lock Haven FEB. 1 — 1 to 6 p.m., Flemington First Church of Christ, 714 Canal St., Mill Hall.

calendar of events

JAN. 26 – Used Book and Inventory Sale, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., The Pennsylvania Military Museum, 51 Boal Ave., Boalsburg. JAN. 26 — Country music jam, 2-6 p.m., Howard Fire Co.’s Yearick Center. Bring your instrument and a snack to share; donations accepted for the fire company. JAN. ...

SENIOR CENTER MENUS

Bread available daily Monday — Breaded chicken, cheesy penne, rataoullie, creamy cole slaw Tuesday — Baked liver with onion gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, oatmeal applesauce cake Wednesday — Spaghetti with meatballs and tomato sauce, cauliflower, three bean salad Thursday — ...

Around the Town

GOOD DAY to Rose Hill, celebrating her 94th birthday on Sunday Tickets available for comedy show Wisecrackers Comedy Club will appear at 7 p.m., Feb. 2 (doors open at 6 p.m.,) Haywood’s on the Green banquet room. For ticket info call 570-748-5782 or 570-295-1294, or ...

Strike for a Wish raises $2,445

PHOTO PROVIDED Two high school students raised $2,445 in the Strike for a Wish charity bowling tournament held on Jan. 20 at Clinton Lanes in Flemington. Brandon Flick of Sugar Valley Rural Charter School, and Kayla Zimmerman, a Central Mountain High School student, planned the event as their ...

Howard Happenings

CALENDARS LEFT Howard Parks and Recreation still have a few calendars left for sale. This year the calendars honored the artistic talents and the memory of the late Bertha “Sis” Lomison. The calendars are available at the Insurance Office, Inc. on Walnut Street during daytime office hours ...

calendar of events

JAN 26 — Lycoming Audubon field trip to northern Lycoming County looking for snow buntings, longspurs, pine siskins, redpolls, horned larks, and raptors in the northern part of the county, on the Allegheny Plateau, 8:30 a.m., weather permitting (check for updates at ...