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Photo updated. The recycling bins have been removed.
At the Barrett Township Supervisor meeting on Wednesday September 27, the supervisors made a motion to shut down the Recycling Center in front of the Maintenance Department on Sand Spring Road.
Raised ranch located on large corner lot.
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Barrett Township Historical Society
General Membership Meeting
January 19, 2018
Short business meeting begins at 2:00pm, followed by speaker Amy Leiser, Director of Monroe County Historical Association, presenting Women Who Made History in Monroe County
All at the Friendly Community Center on Route 191 (across from the MUMC Church at the 390/191 split)
All Welcome. Refreshments. Free.
Practice crime safety measures that eliminate opportunities for criminals. Encourage others to join in crime prevention efforts. Aid others when they become victims of crime. Work for a better and safer neighborhood through protecting and honoring the rights of others.
Important: The purpose of a community watch is to help the police do their jobs. Do not be a vigilante.
Learn skills to prepare for man-made and natural disasters. Local, state and the federal government do a lot to prepare for disasters, but neighbors need to be ready to care for each other.
In our fast-paced world, we don’t spend enough time learning about our neighbors. Watch groups give community members a reason to get together and talk about making their community a better place. Neighborhood Watch activities are a fun way for community members to get to know each other while making a difference.
Prepare for a disaster in 3 easy steps:
In an emergency, knowing what to do is your best defense. Start now by learning the risks, making an emergency plan and getting involved to help others.
[Read More at ReadyPA.org]
You may also be interested in joining our Local Community Watch