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2 Beagles
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Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
Jer. 9:23-24
“Thus saith the Lord, Let not
the wise man glory in his wis-dom,
neither let the mighty
man glory in his might, let not
the rich man glory in his rich-es:
But let him that glorieth
glory in this, that he under-standeth
and knoweth me,
that I am the Lord which exer-cise
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and righteousness, in
the earth: for in these thing I
delight, saith the Lord.”
People are no different to-day
than they have ever
been. We put our trust in
things of this world, rather
than putting our trust in God.
Man does not have the lasting
solutions that are needed to
resolve our problems, and he
never will. Only by looking to
God, putting our faith in His
wisdom, and trusting Jesus
Christ as our Savior can our
problems be solved. Won't
you put your trust in Him to-day?
Have an over.ow of
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We are an
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at
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Farm
Give us a call
717-485-4902
Owners:
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794 Peach Orchard Rd.
P.O. Box 132
McConnellsburg, PA
17233
Email: garberlinda@
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Dec. 2 & 3
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COMMUNITY
STATE BANK
CHRISTMAS
CRAFT SHOW
Friday, Dec., 2
9 AM to 5 PM
Please stop by the CSB
Community Room for a
great selection of local
handcrafted items for
your Christmas list.
Community State Bank
415 Fulton Drive,
McConnellsburg, has a
drop-off box for anyone
wishing to donate new toy
and clothing items to Fulton
County Catholic Missions
“Treasures for Kids”
campaign.
Donations may be
dropped off until Dec. 8th.
MIKE COLLIER
will be at Giant in
McConnellsburg
on Sat., Dec. 3
from 10 AM - 4 PM
signing auto-graphs
to help
raise money for
Candles For Kids.
Mike was a
Pittsburgh Steeler
during the Super
Bowl X and won
against the
Dallas Cowboys.
Stop by and
say hi to Mike!
FIRST FRIDAY
LUNCH DEALS
IN THE NEW
“FAITH & LIFE CENTER”
at the McConnellsbug United
Methodist Chrch
(Across from the courthouse)
MENU
Friday Dec 2
11 to 1
Chicken Salad
Ham& Cheese
Sliders
Turkey Noodle Soup
Stuffed Pepper Soup
Salad Bar
Potato Bar
Dessert Bar
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For questions, comments or
to make a donation call
717-485-4815
THE CORNER
GIFT SHOP
Announcing our Famous
STOCKING
STUFFING SALE!!!
Mark your calendar
WED., DEC. 7
10 AM TO 3 PM
Sale in the Lobby
Fulton County
Medical Center
Don't buy stocking
stuffers until you
see us.
POTPIE
DINNER
Fri., Dec. 2
4 PM - 6 PM
at the Faith and Life
Center of the
McConnellsburg
United Methodist
Church
(across from courthouse)
parking in the rear of
building
MENU:
Ham Potpie
Turkey Potpie
Applesauce
Salad
Rolls
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Dec. 2, 9-5
Dec. 3, 9-1
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Christmas Cactus
Norfolk Pines
Bows
Christmas
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Dec. 2 & 3
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Fresh Pine
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Roping
Grave Blankets
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171 Kenwood Dr.
McConnellsburg, PA
17233
717-485-4776
Christmas Tree
Lighting
at McConnell Park
in McConnellsburg
FRI., DEC. 9
6 PM TO 8 PM
Sponsored by
Stuart Ulsh & Pete Lynch
with support from
TMS Excavating
&
McConnellsburg Volunteer
Fire Co.
Santa Claus and his elves will
be at the bandshell to hear
your child's Christmas list.
Hot Chocolate, Hot Cider &
Coffee along with cookies
will be provided.
All local church choirs are
invited to join in for
Christmas Caroling at the
Christmas Tree Lighting.
*Rain or bad weather date
Sat., Dec. 10 from 6 - 8 PM
TIMBER RIDGE
TREE FARM
Tree sales begin on
Sat. Dec. 3 and end on
Fri. Dec. 23
Open daily 12 to 5 except
Sat. 9 to 5
Ready cut or cut your own
Nice trees 4 to 8 ft.
From Hancock take PA Ave.
North, cross PA line, turn
right on Timber Ridge Road,
go approx. 5.5 mile.
From McConnellsburg, take
522 Sounth 11 miles, then
take Timber Ridge Road
South 4.5 mile
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717-294-3221
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1814 Iron Bridge Rd.
Hustontown
717-377-0297
Hours: Mon. & Wed.
1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m.-noon
Christmas
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One mile north of
Hustontown on 475
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Free Tree Shaking
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12/15
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AT THE
PRIMITIVE
SHOPPE
TWE Blacksmithing &
Reclaimed Primitves
will be open for the
Christmas Holiday
Located at 619 E Maple St
McConnellsburg, PA
Fri., Dec 2 10 AM - 5 PM
Sat., Dec 3 9 AM - 5 PM
Sun., Dec 4 11 AM - 5 PM
Unique Gifts, Christmas
Items and much more
If we don't have the size,
color or item, please ask us.
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and set. Remove it from the
refrigerator the day of your
party and either serve it at
room temperature or quick-ly
warm it in the oven be-fore
slicing.
You can also serve this
tart as small bites. Use a
square or rectangular tart
pan to make your tart, and
once it is baked and cooled,
cut it into small squares that
can be passed as hors d’oeu-vre.
You can garnish each
piece with a parsley leaf or a
dollop of apple butter, if you
like. And if you have any left-overs
(you probably won’t),
this tart makes a great next-day
breakfast or lunch item.
Serve it alongside some
fresh fruit or a light salad.
Cheese And Onion Tart
Makes one 10-inch tart
Servings: 10
Start to finish: 3 hours,
15 minutes
Tart Dough:
1 large egg, lightly beaten
Preheat the oven to 400
degrees F.
To make the dough:
Place the flour and salt in a
mixing bowl and work the
cold butter into the flour un-til
the mixture resembles
fine crumbs. Add the cold
water and mix just until the
dough forms a ball; do not
knead or overwork the
dough. Wrap the dough in
plastic wrap and refrigerate
for at least 30 minutes.
On a board or work sur-face
lightly dusted with flour,
roll out the dough into a 12-
inch circle with a thickness
of 1/8 inch. Line a 10-inch
tart pan with the dough and
chill the tart shell for at least
over high heat. Add the ba-con
slices and blanch for
about 10 seconds. Remove
the bacon from the water
and allow to drain com-pletely.
When cool, cut into
1/4-inch dice.
In a saute pan over low
to medium heat, melt the
butter. Add the onions and
season with salt, pepper,
and nutmeg. Cook until
the onions are a rich gold-en
brown and smell sweet,
about 50 minutes. Do not
hurry this process; the
onions should cook slow-ly
to attain a rich golden
color.
Sprinkle the flour onto
the onions and cook for an-other
5 to 7 minutes, stirring
from the pan, line the bot-tom
of the tart pan with
parchment paper and
grease with butter before
lining with the dough.
Nutrition information per
serving: 378 calories; 207
calories from fat; 23 g fat
(14 g saturated; 1 g trans
fats); 87 mg cholesterol; 175
mg sodium; 33 g carbohy-drate;
2 g fiber; 3 g sugar; 10
g protein.
This article was provided
to The Associated Press by
The Culinary Institute of
America in Hyde Park, New
York. This recipe also can
be found in The Culinary In-stitute
of America’s cook-book,
“Mediterranean Cook-ing
At Home.’’
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