2011-09-29 / Community Bulletin Board


Carwash Cub Scout Pack 43 will hold a carwash Saturday, October 1, from 9 a.m. to noon at Car Quest Auto Parts. Donations benefit local Scout activities. Free Coats

On Tuesday, October 11, at 9 a.m., at St. Stephen Catholic Church, free coats (some new and some slightly used) will be available. Also available will be household items (soap, toilet paper, etc.). Further information may be obtained by calling Sister Margie at 485-5917. Nut Sale

Nuts, nuts, nuts are being sold through the month of September by Preceptor Gammi Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi of Warfordsburg. For the third year, Terri Lynn mammoth pecan halves, medium pecan pieces, light walnut halves and pieces, deluxe mixed nuts and giant salted whole cashews can be pre-ordered by calling any member or by contacting Nancy Younker at 717-294-3507, Judy Eisaman at 717-485-5201 or Anna Maye Sigel at 717-573-2246. Orders are to be pre-paid at a cost of $10 per pound. Profit of fundraiser supports local people. 55 Alive Class

The classroom refresher course for 55- Alive/Mature Driving will be offered at Warfordsburg Senior Center October 18 and 19. Classes are from 9:30 a.m. to noon and two days of classes are required. Pre-register, either in person or by mailing the check, payable to AARP for $14 (per person nonmember) or $12 (per person AARP member) to the Warfordsburg Senior Center, 209 Long Hollow Road, Warfordsburg. Graduates of the class, age 55 and over, will be eligible for the three-yar auto insurance discounts. If planning on staying for lunch, following the class, please be sure to let Cindy know at 294-6020 one day in advance or when registering. There are no tests involved. Benefit Dinner/Auction

A benefit dinner and silent auction for Patricia Bingaman will be held October 8, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Pleasant Grove Christian Church. Pat had a stroke that paralyzed her left side. This is to raise money for her home nursing. Includes spaghetti and meatballs, salad, roll and a drink. More information may be obtained by calling Tori Robinson at 301-582-8681. Donations only. CROP Walk

The 28th annual Fulton County CROP Walk will be held Sunday, October 2, at 2 p.m., at Cowans Gap State Park. Anyone wishing to participate in the walk or donate to this very worthy cause should contact McConnellsburg United Presbyterian Church at 717-485-4400 or register or donate at www.churchworldservice.org. VFW Election

The annual election of officers and voting for bylaws amendments will take place at the next regular meeting of FOVA on October 6. Fight Like A Girl Cancer Luncheon

The third annual Fight Like A Girl Cancer benefit luncheon will be held October 1, at Calvary Baptist Church Life Center. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. and program starts at 11 a.m. A catered lunch will be served. Silent auction items and raffles will be available to raise funds for two local women with their struggles. This year’s recipients are Kim Kline Mowen and Lina Hoffman. Tickets are $15 each or $105 for a table (8 seats, one free). Door tickets will be limited. To make a donation or be a sponsor, please contact Deb Toothman at 717-485-3718 or Jill Stains at 372-3764 or pick tickets during working hours at Schall and Bard Law Office. SF Fall Clothing Sale

Southern Fulton Junior/Senior High School is proud to announce their fall school spirit and clothing sale. Many items may be customized with names for an additional charge. Items for sale include, but not limited to: car magnets, sweatshirts, hoodies, flannel lounging boxer shorts, and flannel lounging pants. Please contact Angela Adams at 814-735-4029 or 717-830-1807 for additional information from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. All orders should be sent to the Southern Fulton Jr/Sr High School with checks made payable to the school. Fulton County Cookbook

A new cookbook with 250 wonderful Fulton County recipes has been prepared by the Fulton County Historical Society as a fundraiser to cover renovation costs on the exterior of the 1851 Fulton County Jail building. All will be surprised at the variety of recipes from snow ice cream to haymaker’s switchel! The books will be available at the Fulton House for $10, or by mail with postage of $2.50 for the first copy and 50 cents for each additional one. They will make great Christmas gifts and also help preserve the old jail.

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