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The following is an online guide for identifying and treating Lyme disease. Topics include antibiotics, nutritional supplements, tick removal, affected areas, rash identification, doctor referrals, support groups, stress management, diet recommendations, and the history of Lyme disease.
Barrett Township Historical Society presents -
Mountainhome's Shoepeg Factory of Yesteryear
by Jackie Magann
November 17th at the Friendly Community Center
A short business meeting will begin at 2:00pm (note winter time change) followed by the Program.
Refreshments - All are Welcome
Contact Donna Bisset at 570.595.2857
Join hike leader Carol Hillestad for a challenging hike of up to 3 miles. The specific route will depend on how much water is in the creek on the day of the hike.
WHEN: 10 a.m. Saturday, November 25, 2017
COST: Free, but registration is required. Directions will be provided upon registration.
You may have recently received a green postcard in the mail regarding the Monroe County 2019 reassessment (see image). Full text is as follows:
This notice is to inform all Monroe County Property owners that the Reassessment Implementation date has been changed from the year 2019 to the year 2020.
What does this mean to the property owner?
Any other question please call the Monroe County Assessment Office 570-517-3133
Monroe County Reassessment Delayed One Year - “Several issues are to blame”
[Edit 11/15/17 to include synopsis and post-event Photo gallery]
"Although the morning was very cold, the Veteran’s Day Ceremony was held on Saturday, November 11th at 11AM in High Acres Park. The High Acres Park Committee had arranged a beautiful service attended by veterans and their families, the local Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, American Legion Color Guard and residents. Fortunately the sun shone brightly on our glorious flag, and all attending were grateful to those who have served and sacrificed for our country.
Joe O’Malley not only emceed but sang a beautiful tribute while playing his guitar. Rosemary Brown, State Representative, gave a heartfelt thanks to all the veterans and their families for their service; and Summer Shumway, a 94 year old veteran from WWII, spoke very movingly about his service and family. In addition Linda Spoerer, Commander of our local American Legion, added her feelings about the tribute, and Betty Oppelt, Past President, read the Veterans Poem. After the ceremony, a warm and welcoming Open House was held for all attendees at our local American Legion.
Thanks should be extended not only to the High Acre Park Committee (Nicole Hilfiger, Priscilla Blitz Kice, Cherie Jean Jones, Susan Seese, Gloria Smith, and Sonia White) but also to Stonewall Gardens for creating and donating the lovely evergreen swag placed on top of the Veterans Memorial."
- Ethel Huff
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