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Occasions that require buy from a for-profit firm, even when a donation is made to the group, aren’t calendar eligible.

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• Pennsylvania College Retirees Affiliation Mifflin County Chapter luncheon assembly — midday, November 3 on the Birch Hill Occasion Middle, Burnham. This system would be the bazaar to help the PASR scholarship program. Please carry and worth one thing to promote. Menu” iceberg salad, garlic bread, marinara pasta with meatballs, pumpkin pie. The associated fee is $14. Reserve, with the variety of folks current, by emailing [email protected] or calling (717) 437-6024 earlier than midday on October 28. All faculty retirees are welcome.

• Free Sauerkraut Workshop — Tuesday, Nov. 1, 6:30-7:30 p.m. on the Physique and Soul Group Centre, Strodes Mills. Learn to make wholesome, fermented sauerkraut and take some house. Carry a 3 pound cabbage head, a very good carving knife, a slicing board, and a big platter. To e book, name Rose Massie at (717) 899-6044 or electronic mail [email protected] Sponsored by Group Partnerships and United Method of Mifflin-Juniata.

• Soup and Bake Sale — 11:30 am, Nov. 5, McVeytown Masonic Lodge, 25 N. Market St., McVeytown. Sizzling pot cooked ham and corn soup with beans and rooster. $7 per litre. Pre-orders really useful by calling Mick Abrashoff at (717) 363-3201 earlier than November 1.

• Do-it-yourself Turkey Dinner — 4-7 p.m. Nov. 3, First United Methodist Church, 200 E. third St., Lewistown. Reserve your tickets by calling (717) 248-4618 between 9 a.m. and midday or (717) 513-3915. The associated fee is $10. Youngsters 5 and below are free.

• Beef Vegetable Soup Sale – 11:00 am to six:00 pm, choose up November 4th. Reedsville Lutheran Church, Pearl and Logan St., Reedsville. $7 per litre. Pre-order earlier than November 4 at (717) 667-6312.

• Money Night time — Doorways open at 5:00 p.m. Nov. 5, Milroy Hearth Station. The deadline for tickets is November 1. Get tickets by calling (717) 667-2317 or (717) 667-2701. Benefiting the Siglerville Baseball Affiliation and the Milroy Hearth Firm.

• Vacation Bazaar — November 11-12 on the Port Royal Lutheran Church, 402 Market St., Port Royal. Do-it-yourself frozen floor meat and caramel apple pies able to bake $12, floor meat pie filling solely $10, liter soup $6 (rooster, corn, greens with beef, ham and beans) should be ordered earlier than November 4. Name the church workplace at (717) 527-4581, or dial (717) 968-3816 or (717) 527-4040.

• Christmas Bazaar —

9 a.m.-1 p.m., Nov. 19, Rhodes Memorial United Methodist Church, 500 Highland Avenue, Lewistown. Do-it-yourself ham pie, vegetable soup, apple pies and coconut cream. Pre-order by calling (717) 248-1897.

• Surviving the Holidays Seminar — 6:30 pm Nov. 20 at Locust Grove Mennonite Church. The seminar is very for people who find themselves grieving the dying of a cherished one. Registration is required by November 13. Name the church workplace at (717) 935-2164.

Wednesday October 26

• Bingo — 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., Lewistown Senior Middle.

• Lewistown Publish Workplace Retired Luncheon — 11:00 am at Burnham OIP.

• Luncheon for the Chief Logan class of 1966 — 11 am at Vince’s in Burnham.

• Chief Logan Class of 1961 Luncheon — 11:30 a.m., Bel-Vue Inn, 47 53 Previous US Freeway, Reedsville. Welcome classmates and company.

• Blood drive — 12 p.m. to six p.m., Belleville neighborhood corridor.

• Mission Quilts — 1 p.m., Yeagertown Senior Middle. Stitching expertise aren’t required. Aids wanted.

• Break Bread Collectively Dinner — 5 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 21 S. Essential St., Lewistown. Take-out menu: fried rooster dinner.

• Measure Candidates Night time — 7 p.m., Mifflin County Excessive College.

• Republican Committee assembly — 7 pm, Birch Hill Occasions.

Thursday, October 27

• Normal Metal Soften Store Retiree Breakfast — 8:30 am at Vince’s Pizza in Burnham. (NOT HELD IN NOV-DEC)

• Kishacoquillas Class of 1966 Brunch — 10 am on the Honey Creek Inn, Reedsville.

• Microsoft Phrase Workshop — 10:00 a.m.-noon, Pennsylvania CareerLink Mifflin County MCIDC plaza constructing 58.

• Storytime — 10 am to 10:30 am on the Beavertown Library.

• Bingo — 1 p.m., Yeagertown Senior Middle.

• Resume Writing—1:00 p.m. to three:00 p.m., PA CareerLink Mifflin County MCIDC plaza, Constructing 58.

• Fright on the Furnace — 5 to eight p.m. at Greenwood Furnace State Park. Haunted path, tips or treats, pumpkin portray, costume contests and humanities and crafts.

• Juniata County Meals Pantry Board Assembly — 6:30 p.m. on the Pantry, 114 N. Essential St., Mifflintown. The agenda will embrace an summary of the pantry ministry to the hungry over the previous yr, recognition of volunteers and outgoing board members, and election of board members. The general public is invited to attend. Info or RSVP: (717) 436-9718.

friday october 28

• Espresso with pals —

9 a.m. to midday at Lack-Tuscarora EMS, 9320 South Route 75, East Waterford.

• Protected Sweet or Deal with Night time — 5 to 7 p.m., downtown Lewistown.

• Single Mom Assist Group — 6:30-8 p.m., New Life Church Cafe, 101 Beech St., Burnham. Dinner served from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. for moms and youngsters. Youngster look after 7-8 yr olds whereas moms get collectively as a bunch. Extra info: name or textual content

(717) 437-4946.

• Haunted wagon trip — 7 to

10 p.m. at Bannerville Hearth Co. $10, $8 for ages 13-17, $6 for ages 5-12, free for kids below 5. Extra info: (570) 658-6477.


Upcoming conferences, together with requests for lacking classmates, are posted as a part of the calendar and needs to be despatched to [email protected] Transient reunion reviews and photographs of sophistication reunions with these recognized within the order by which they seem are accepted for publication within the Saturday Residing part and needs to be despatched to [email protected]

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