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Every Monday morning
at 11 a.m.
(even holidays)
in the Pearl Room
2nd floor of Fulton
County Medical Center
This is an open
meeting that anyone
can attend.
Hope to see you there.
It can make a
difference in your life.
Ladies Conference
“New Beginnings”
Saturday
January 31, 2015
Cito United Methodist
Church
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Catered lunch provided.
Featuring guest speaker
Lisa Ritz, author of
“Beautiful and Free:
A Story of Redeeming
Love.”
Local artist Dee Henry will also
leadi in a time of art ministry
and Cito UMC member, Nicole
Earley will demonstrate some
basic self-defense tactics.
Ladies of all ages are welcome
to attend! A love offering will be
taken. Please come out and
join us for a day of fellowship,
praise and worship, and spiritu-al
growth. For preregistration,
please contact the Cito UMC
office at 717-485-9020 or email
office@citoumc.org.
Spring Basket
BINGO
Sunday
March 22
Shade Gap Ladies
Auxiliary Building
Doors open at 1 pm
Bingo at 2 pm
Advance ticket
purchase receives
free special packet.
Featuring filled
baskets and door
prizes and King Tutt
Donation $25
Benefits
Tuscarora Catholic
Summer Camp
For tickets call
485-5917 1-22-9t
Hancock
Little League
BASEBALL &
SOFTBALL
REGISTRATION
Thurs., Feb. 5 & Fri., Feb. 6
6-8 p.m.
Sat., Feb. 7, 9 a.m.-12 noon
at Hancock
Community Center
BASEBALL AND
SOFTBALL SIGN-UP
For GIRLS and BOYS
From Ages 4-18
REGISTRATION FEE:
$50 PER PLAYER
ALSO LOOKING FOR
UMPIRES
Please Visit Us and Follow Our
Facebook Page!
www.facebook.com/pages/Hancock-
Little-League/285555991527795
For More Information
Call 301-573-4259
Bring one proof of age document,
such as birth certificate. Also bring
three documents that show the ad-dress
of the legal residence of the
parent or guardian of the player(s).
the investigation on Wednes-day,
when the high court re-leased
80 pages of records
showing that a grand jury last
month had recommended
that Kane be charged with
perjury, false swearing, official
oppression and obstruction.
The grand jury’s evidence for
its recommendation remains
a secret.
“I can’t conceive of calling
a witness to trial who I’ve not
examined,” said Bucks Coun-ty’s
district attorney, David
Heckler.
The legal community’s
collective head-scratching is
crying out for the Legislature
or Supreme Court to settle
the matter, some prosecutors
say.
Spread on buttered toast
or bread as a snack or a sand-wich,
or on biscuits as a spe-cial
treat at teatime, Veg-emite
may not be pretty, but
it is one of the world’s most
iconic foods and definitely
worth a try.
More information about
the book can be found at
www.1000Foods.com.
By being a little more ad-venturous
with what goes on
your dinner plate, you can
expand your horizons and ex-plore
the whole world.
The
Encounter
Service
Is Coming!
Feb. 1
11 a.m.
Cito United
Methodist
Church
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
Heb. 5:12 “For when for
the time ye ought to be teach-ers,
ye have need that one
teach you again which be the
first principles of the oracles of
God; and are become such
as have need of milk, and not
of strong meat.”
Many Christians lag far be-hind
where they should be in
their spirirual growth. There
are two things that will correct
this deficiency and lead to
growth and maturity. First,
have daily devotions. Invest
(not spend) time with God
every day, talking to Him in
prayer and letting Him talk to
you through the Bible. Sec-ond,
find a good Bible preach-ing/
teaching church and at-tend
all the services. Learn
about God, His Word, and His
will for you. You don't want to
be a “baby” forever, do you?
It's time to grow up!
The Fulton County
Community Christian
School will be
holding an
Italian Dinner
from 4-7 p.m. February 7
at the school located at
8159 Great Cove Road,
Needmore, PA.
Cost is by donation to
benefit the school.
For more information
call 717-573-4400.
Pasta
Night
at the
McConnellsburg
United Methodist
Church
on the Courthouse
Square
Saturday
January 31
buffet served from
4:30-6:30pm.
Teen/Youth
Fundraiser Event
Donations Accepted
FLY TYING
CLASSES
at Buchanan Trail
Sporters
Beginning
February 5
Thursday Nights
7-8:30 p.m.
Penn's Village
Shopping Center
182 Buchanan Trail
McConnellsburg
717-485-5996
Little League
Registration
Fulton County Little League
registration will be held at
the clubhouse located at
Lions Community Park
McConnellsburg
Saturday
January 31
from 9 a.m. to noon
and Saturday
February 7
from 9 a.m. to noon
Boys and girls can register for
T-ball (5-6 years)
Farm League (7-8 years) and
Little League (9-12 years)
First-year players should bring
birth certificates.
More information may be
obtained by calling Loy Garber
at 717-485-4902.
ships and itineraries
throughout Asia, including
China, Indonesia, Japan,
Malaysia, Singapore, South
Korea, Sri Lanka, the Philip-pines
and Thailand. Royal
Caribbean International is
even moving its newest ship,
“Quantum of the Seas,” to
Shanghai. As cruise lines
compete to fill their cabins,
markets, books and movies,
that everyone should experi-ence.
To whet your appetite,
author Mimi Sheraton, for-mer
New York Times restau-rant
critic and award-win-ning
cookbook author,
shares five food must-haves
originating from five regions
of the world:
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