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LOST
2 Beagles
Since July 8, 2013
Needmore area
Seen in McCbg.
Last seen in
Big Cove Tannery
female & male
(mother & son)
Both 13”
REWARD
717-387-1844
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
DOUBLES
CORNHOLE
TOURNAMENT
benefits Wounded
Warrior Project
Saturday
March 7
McConnellsburg Alumni
Building
9 a.m. Warm up
10 a.m. Start
$40 per team
1st - $300
2nd - $200
3rd -$100
Based on number of
teams
Help support the
Wounded Warriors
For more info contact
Gregg Souders at
717-422-6962
Local Office
Space for Rent
Located at
610 E. North Street
McConnellsburg, PA.
Beside American
Legion parking lot,
behind recycling center
Two offices already
wired for CAT 5
(Computer) and phone
lines. 1 bathroom and
a small kitchenette
included in the 750
Square feet
Asking $900
rent/monthly
Utilities are separate
Call Peckies Auto Body
to look at it @
717-485-3743
Monday-Friday
8 am - 5 pm
Alcoholics
Anonymous
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
FREE FOR
REMOVAL
Cobbler's Shop
Formerly located
on square in
McCbg.
Currently located at
the rear of McCbg.
UMC.
Must be removed
by April 30
Call 485-4815
lv. msg.
OPEN MIC
NIGHT
Monday
March 9
@
McConnellsburg
Senior Center
100 Woodside Dr.
McConnellsburg, PA
717-485-5613 or
610-316-2100
4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Hosted by
Larry Cooper
Food & Drinks
Available
Come support your
local senior center
In loving
memory of
Ruth “Nanaw”
Souders
who passed away
a year ago on
February 23,
2014
Her family,
Wanda, Kay and
children who
sadly still miss her
Paws for Hope
Thrift Store
Nubby and Blair
found their furever
homes
Come meet Raven,
Desiree, Whitney,
Donovan and
Shadow
To lose a dog's trust
is to fail the soul
Donations accepted
during business
hours
M-F 9-5, Sat. 9-4
232 LWW
McConnellsburg
717-377-7860
FOE
Harrisonville
Eagles
Meat &
Cheese
Drawing
Benefit
Feb. 28
6-9 p.m.
For Donald “Don”
Truax, McCbg.,
who is battling
Lung Cancer
Bring your family &
enjoy the evening
DJ & Karoake will
follow the drawing
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
I Tim. 2:1-2 “I exhort there-fore,
that, first of all, supplica-tions,
prayers, intercessions,
and giving of thanks, be made
for all men; For kings, and for
all that are in authority; that
we may lead a quiet and
peaceable life in all godliness
and honesty.”
When we see the direction
our country is heading and are
frustrated thinking there is
nothing we can do about it, we
need to read again the words
Paul wrote to Timothy. We are
to pray for all who are in au-thority
in our country and most
of us do not do this. Do you
pray for the president? Do you
pray for your senators and
congressman? (Do you even
know who they are?) The ben-efit
of doing this is found in the
second half of Verse 2. Don't
say there's nothing we can do
about things. Start praying!
If you need dependable,
high-quality CHILD
CARE consider our
services that include:
• Dependable care available
for children 6 weeks old to
Kindergarten
• Overly Raker Building in
McConnellsburg
• Open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday
• Developmentally appropri-ate
educational environment
• Nutritious meals and snacks;
formula and baby food is
included in fee
• Daily outdoor, active play
• Low staff to child ratios
Curriculum focused on
individual child
Weekly Full-Time rates
$134 Infant/Toddler
$125 Preschool
Fee assistance may be
available through CCIS
School-age care is available at our
McConnellsburg Elementary site.
Call today for a free tour
(717) 485-5038, Extension 210
or email jclippinger@
fccfamilies.com
EADER'S BUTCHER SHOP
Timber Ridge Rd.
Call 717-294-3954
or 717-404-7081
SPECIALS
Fresh Puddin...........$314
lb.
Fresh
Pon Haus................$274
lb.
Icelandic
Haddock......$3499
5 lb. box
Selling beef quarters
and halves
Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Sat.
www.eadersbutchershop.net
MARK
TWAIN NOE
PRINTS
FOR SALE
“Lazy Summer Day”
#203/500, signed,
never displayed or
framed $550
“Little Washday
Helpers” #583/780,
signed, never
displayed or framed,
$800
“Welty's Bridge”
signed, #810/1000,
$550 or will sell all 3
for $1,700 Call or
text 717-491-0941
Outdoorsman
Bingo
March 7
5 p.m.
Hustontown
Firehall
Tickets available
at door.
Prizes include:
game camera, rifle
scope, crossbow,
muzzleloader,
rod & reel combo,
binoculars, rifle case
tomato wedges, mixed fruit,
choice of milk.
High School Lunch
Monday, March 2: Spar-tan
bowl w/roll, mashed po-tatoes
and corn, fresh car-rots,
flavored applesauce,
choice of milk.
Tuesday, March 3: bacon
cheeseburger on a bun, hot
Italian grinder on a hoagie
roll, baked beans, stewed
tomatoes, fresh cantaloupe,
choice of milk.
Wednesday, March 4: corn
dog, spicy chicken patty on a
bun, steamed broccoli, carrot
sticks, mandarin oranges,
choice of milk.
Thursday, March 5: hot
ham and cheese on a pretzel
roll, celery sticks w/ranch, ro-maine
salad, mixed fruit
cocktail, choice of milk.
Friday, March 6: General
fraud protection program at
11 a.m.
March 19: club meeting at
10 a.m. Games at 11 a.m.
March 20: craft day. Make
a spring chic door decoration
at 10 a.m. Cost is $2.
March 23: LRC game at
10 a.m. Bring nickels to play.
Grocery bingo at 11 a.m.
Bring a grocery item to play.
March 24: mystery van
trip. Center will be closed.
March 25: bingo day.
Mixed games. Bring nickels
and $1 to play.
March 26: special meal
day. Pulled pork sandwich,
baked macaroni and
cheese, tater tots and
brownie sundae. Cost is $5.
Sign up by calling 987-3770.
Deadline is March 23.
March 31: Bible study
with Pastor Stoey at 11 a.m.
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IN THE NEWS
A million times I’ve cried,
If love alone could have
saved you
You never would have
died.
God saw you getting
weary;
A cure was not to be,
He looked down upon
your lovely face
And whispered “Come
with Me.”
In life I loved you dearly,
In death I love you still,
There is a void within my
heart
That never can be filled.
Very sadly missed by
Your daughter Carole
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