Marsha's New Winter Hours are: Saturday and Sunday from 10:00-5:00. There are still a few openings for catering so please call 570-872-0851 to get onto Marsha's party calendar. Also please leaves messages for Christmas gift basket orders. A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to get things started. Many customers are experiencing great success with the CBD oils and creams. Stop in on Sat or Sunday and Marsha will help you choose the product that is right for you. As always thank you for your continued support
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THE POCONOS COMMUNITY VOTED MOONLIGHTING LANDSCAPE & DESIGN THE BEST LANDSCAPING IN THE POCONOS FOR 2012! ~~~
Moonlighting Landscape & Design strives to provide their clients with the utmost quality, service and professionalism from the project’s inception, to completion and beyond. If you are looking for outstanding landscape design and installation, look no further. They have a fantastic team of professionals that are sure to impress.
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December 9th…”Christmas Gifts for Methodist Children’s Home” should be placed under the Sunday School Christmas Tree by Sunday, December 9th. New, unwrapped gifts like: books, games, puzzles, craft supplies, sports equipment, toy trains, trucks, cars, jewelry, beauty & grooming items, Legos, action figures, gift cards (for Target, K-Mart, Wal-mart or Best Buy). Donations of wrapping paper and scotch tape are also welcome. Select an envelope from the poster in the sanctuary or contact the church office. Gifts must be to the church by December 9, 2012.
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