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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
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
BET CYCLE
SHOP
Motorcycle Parts &
Repair
Celebrating
25th Year
In Business
2 free gifts with
every motorcycle
inspection
717-485-5292
717-360-3172
Fulton County Family
Partnership
Dependable Care
Conveniently located
at the Central Fulton
Elementary School
Weekly themed fun-filled
activities included: sports,
arts, music and crafts
Daily outdoor play
Open Mon thru Fri
6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sign up by May 29 to
avoid $25 registration fee
Call now to register or for
more information
Call JoAnn at
717-485-5038 Ext. 210
Need summer care?
Weekly full-time fee of
$112 includes all meals
and snacks
Emphasis on helping
your child have a healthy,
active summer.
Pleasant Grove
Christian Church
3013 Pleasant Grove Road
Warfordsburg, PA
717-573-4512
HUGE BARGAIN
YARD/FOOD
SALE
Formerly Pleasant Grove Auction May 30
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
We will have shop
tools, garden tools,
ladders, mowers, the
usual yard sale items
inside, lots of food,
homemade pies and
ice cream.
Bring the whole family
for a fun-filled day!
Cash, checks, credit
cards accepted
Hustontown
Firehall
CASH
BINGO
June 20
with Spaghetti Meal
5 to 7 p.m.
Bingo starts at 7 p.m.
$25
PORCH SALE
1035 Waterfall Rd.
(Old Grange Hall)
Waterfall, PA
Friday, May 29
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Saturday, May 30
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Building has been sold
Contents of building
for sale
Items too numerous
to list
Benefit Zion UMC
FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE
4 BR,
2-story house
Main Street
Hustontown
wraparound porch
outbuildings
$40,000
Call
814-685-3258
SURPRISE
CARD
SHOWER
for
FRED WIBLE's
89th birthday
On May 30
Please send cards &
wishes to
P.O. Box 7
205 Gracey Road
Waterfall, PA 16689
Inaugural
“Dubs & Dogs”
Saturday
June 6
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Better Days Animal
League Thrift Store
Fort Loudon
On Route 75, near
the Milky Way
Restaurant
Volkswagen Car
Show & Swap Meet
Thrift Store Specials
Raffles, Food,
Vendors, & Music
Call for Registration &
Vendor information
717-217-9169
HOMERUN
CAR SHOW
June 13
(rain date June 14)
Harry Grove Stadium
Frederick, Md.
FREE ADMISSION
TO PUBLIC
• Flea Market
• Exhibitors
• Food
• Raffles
• Auction
& More
All proceeds go to local
veterans groups.
Contact Jay at
301-831-0154 or
www.goldengears.org
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
I Cor. 11:26 “For as often as
ye eat this bread, and drink this
cup, ye do shew the Lord's
death till he come.”
The Bible contains many
“memorials” and none more im-portant
than the one mentioned
in this verse. The observance
of communion reminds us of
that which Jesus did when He
offered Himself as the sacrifice
for the sins of all men at Calvary.
Jesus gave His life on the cross,
that we might have eternal life
through faith in Him. Many men
and women have given their
lives so we can enjoy the free-doms
we have today. If we for-get
their sacrifices and what it
cost them, we stand to lose
them. Moving holidays around
causes us to lose sight of what
they mean. Memorial Day was
not started to provide a three
day weekend at the start of
summer. Don't lose sight of its
meaning or you will lose what
was gained by those we memo-rialize!
Great Cove
Youth Camp
Monday
June 15
through
Wednesday
June 17
9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
$100 per student
includes lunch,
snack, drink,
range balls and
prizes
Please contact
the golf shop at
717-485-4157 to
sign up
FT LOUDON
50s
FESTIVAL
Saturday
June 20
Festival starts at
3 pm until dark
Featuring:
Elvis Tribute
Artist Ted Miller
At the Ft Loudon
Community
Center Grounds
Free Parking
and Admission
90th
Birthday
Celebration
Open House
will be held for JUNIA
HANN
for her 90th Birthday June 13
2 to 4 p.m.
Amaranth Church of
the Brethren
Social Hall
Family and friends
are invited to attend.
No gifts please
John's Yard Sale
Thurs, May 28,
Fri, May 29,
Sat, May 30 &
Sun, May 31
8 a.m. - ?
169 Sheepskin Hollow Rd.
Ft. Littleton
8 miles north of McCbg.
on Rt. 522. Easy to find.
Rocks, minerals & gems, kitchen utensils,
small kitchen appliances, pots & pans,
Corning dishes, Pyrex dishes, lots of as-sorted
glassware, salt & pepper shakers,
knickknacks, figurines, wooden items,
baskets, pictures, books, VCR movies,
DVDs, board games, lamps, mirrors, suit-cases,
unique bathroom scale, chalk dog,
some old bottles, whiskey decanters,
some linens, blanket set, end tables, night
stands, glass-top tables, child's wooden
slide, child's basketball hoop, magazine
rack, boys clothes 2T & 3T, ladies clothes
small & med, jackets, 67-69 Camaro back
glass, 70 Chevelle 2-door hardtop back
window & 2 complete door glass, metal
wagon wheels, some tools.
Something for everyone
Priced to sell
Questions call John
717-504-5161
NRA
CARD
SHOWER
for
Ray Koontz
95th
Birthday
on June 5
Please send
cards to:
202 Koontz Rd.
Wells Tannery, PA
16691
Walter Barmont, third from left, poses following the awards ceremony with
state Sen. John Eichelberger, county Commissioner Irvin Dasher, Commission-er
Rodney McCray, Commissioner Craig Cutchall and state Rep. Jesse Topper.
Dawn Harnish of the Burnt Cabins Grist Mill, third from left, meets with state
Sen. John Eichelberger, county Commissioner Irvin Dasher, Commissioner Rod-ney
McCray, Commissioner Craig Cutchall and state Rep. Jesse Topper as part
of the special awards ceremony in Bedford.
Businesses Receive Small
Business Impact Awards
Grist Mill, Fulton
Precision honored
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Burnt Cabins Grist
Mill and Fulton Precision
Industries were two of 23
businesses in the region
to receive awards from
the Southern Alleghenies
Partnership at a special
awards ceremony held
May 14 at the Omni Bed-ford
Springs Resort.
Dawn Harnish and
Walter Barmont accept-ed
the small business im-pact
awards on behalf of
their thriving businesses
and will next compete for
the statewide third an-nual
Governor’s Impact
Awards event that was
held in Hershey May 21.
Businesses were nom-inated
in five categories
including jobs impact,
small business impact,
community impact, en-trepreneur
impact and
export impact. “This is a
wonderful opportunity to
recognize new and exist-ing
companies in our re-gion,”
said Steven
Howsare, executive di-rector,
Southern Alleghe-nies
Planning and Devel-opment
Commission.
Businesses from Bedford,
Blair, Cambria, Fulton,
Huntingdon and Somer-set
counties will be re-ceiving
awards. “The
Southern Alleghenies
Planning and Develop-ment
Commission and
our PREP partners are
pleased to recognize the
best and brightest in the
business community in
the Southern Alleghenies
region,” said Howsare.
The Governor’s Im-pact
Award competition
recognizes Pennsylvania
companies and entrepre-neurs
that are creating
jobs and making positive
contributions to the
state’s economy. Busi-nesses
must be a for-prof-it
entity, may be private-ly
or publically held, have
been in business opera-tion
for 12 months, be
headquartered or have a
significant operational
presence in Pennsylva-nia,
and be in good stand-ing
with the common-wealth
of Pennsylvania.
Also don’t forget to have
plenty of hearty bread on
hand between courses and
on your appetizer table to
clean guests’ palates and pre-pare
taste buds for the next
dish and wine pairing.
Décor
Create décor that wine
lovers will take notice of, such
as homemade place cards
made of wine corks. They are
simple and easy to make: save
corks from old wine bottles,
make a thin slit with a small
knife on one side of each cork,
and slide the place card in-side.
To encourage guests to try
your delicious food and wine
pairings, prepare a chalk-board
that lists out the
night’s menu and guides
guests to each combination.
Or, help guests explore inter-esting
pairings on their own
with handwritten placards in
front of each dish that in-cludes
flavor descriptions.
With key ingredients, such
as simple planning tips and
fun décor ideas, you can play
host to the season’s most de-licious
party.
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