The Jacksonville Cemetery Affiliation will probably be holding the annual Jacksonville Competition on Saturday night, July 16. Meals and video games start round 5 p.m. and the stay leisure this 12 months would be the Lomison Household and Mates.
There will probably be raffle tickets on the market with the winners introduced that night together with a 50/50 drawing.
Carry your individual garden chair to settle in comfortably for the night.
The Jacksonville Competition is held to help the perpetual care and grass mowing bills on the cemetery. With the value of fuel this 12 months, greater than ever, your help and beneficiant donations are wanted.
In case you can’t attend the competition however would care to make a financial donation, please mail your checks to Jacksonville Cemetery Affiliation, 3440 Jacksonville Street, Bellefonte, PA 16823.
There will probably be a membership assembly on the membership home on July 16 starting at 9 a.m. All members are inspired to attend to present enter. Some adjustments to the by-laws are being thought-about.
Each Thursday night time (climate allowing) there will probably be skeet and wobble shoots from 6-10 p.m. All shooters should deliver their very own eye and ear safety. There will probably be a clay goal shoot on July 23 with registration beginning at 9 a.m.
Name Gary at 814-355-7784 or Leonard at 814-357-5282 for more information.
The Rogers’ Household Reunion has a change of date and time this 12 months. The brand new reunion date is Saturday, July 23, on the typical location however the “new” time to eat is 5 p.m. Please go the phrase to all the relations so that they know of the brand new date and time.
The 2022 Bald Eagle Space Alumni “Elder Eagle” picnic is scheduled for Wednesday, July 27 at Stem’s Occasion Facility, 253 Sycamore Lane, Julian (behind the Union Township Constructing). Registration begins at 11 a.m. with the meal at midday (or shortly thereafter). Please deliver a coated dish to share with the group, plus your individual beverage and desk service. You probably have questions or can be keen to assist, contact Curt Heverly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations collected that day will go to the H.O.P.E. Fund of Bald Eagle Valley to assist individuals within the BEA communities who’re coping with tragedy and might use some monetary help. See www.HelpingOtherPeopleExcel.information to study extra.
Please unfold the phrase to your pals, family members and classmates and be part of us on July 27.
The Lomison Household and Mates will probably be offering stay leisure tomorrow night time on the Jacksonville Competition.
The Creation Historic Society will current a free live performance on Sunday, July 17, at 2 p.m. on the Creation Church. The general public is invited to attend the live performance, “Songs from the Parlor and Pew,” which is able to function Susan Bender singing soprano and accompanied by Jeffery Watson on the piano.
Following the live performance, these attending are invited to take pleasure in an ice cream social. The Creation Church is positioned at 1303 Moose Run Street, (the street that runs between Milesburg and Yarnell), rural Bellefonte. For more information you might go to www.AdventHistoricalSociety.org.
The Lamar Lighthouse Camp will function the group Re-Creation on Sunday night starting at 7 p.m. The summer time live performance collection on the campground will function stay music every Sunday night via mid-September. The concert events are free and a love providing is taken.
The Again Porch String Band will host their Nation Jam on Sunday, July 24, on the Howard hearth corridor. The jam session will run from 2-6 p.m. A donation basket is handed with the proceeds to learn the fireplace firm. These attending ought to deliver a coated dish or snack to share in the course of the afternoon. Nation Jam is held the fourth Sunday afternoon of every month on the Howard hearth corridor. The band is open to play in your particular occasion. Name Connie at 814-625-2724 to see if their schedule may suit your leisure want.
The Friendship Neighborhood Library in Beech Creek could have free tarot readings on July 18 and July 25 from 4-6:30 p.m.
Friendship Neighborhood Library is open on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3-7 p.m. For more information about what’s obtainable on the library (along with having books), name the library at 570-962-2048 or Courtney at 570-295-6980.
The Centre Corridor Hearth Firm will maintain an Outside Flea Market on its grounds at 134 N. Witmer Ave. on Friday and Saturday, July 22 and 23. Distributors, particularly produce distributors, are wanted and a spot is simply $20 for the weekend. There’s to not be any Thursday transfer ins however reasonably wait till Friday. Firemen could have meals on Saturday solely. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for info and a registration kind.
The flea market is not going to be held in August due to Grange Honest. The hearth firm could have a stand on the truthful to promote their raffle tickets.
The hearth firm can be providing a “Grange Honest-themed Bingo” on Saturday, July 30, on the hearth corridor. Doorways open at 11 a.m. and Bingo video games start at 1 p.m. Advance tickets can be found for $25 for 20 common video games; 5 particular video games will probably be obtainable at a separate value. The kitchen will probably be open, too. Contact Beth on the borough workplace (814-364-1772) or at email@example.com. Tickets will probably be $30 on the door.
A breakfast profit will probably be held on Saturday, July 23, on the Porter Township Neighborhood Heart (the old-fashioned home) for Lynn and Sherry Bartholomew. The retired couple misplaced their dwelling and its contents on Charlie Drive in Mill Corridor to a fireplace on June 9. The breakfast will run from 7-11 a.m.
The Bartholomew’s are presently residing with Sherry’s mother and father, Walter and Alma Miller, in Lamar.
Marion Township is having its first-ever Neighborhood Yard Sale on July 15, 16, 17. Residents are welcomed to arrange yard gross sales throughout this weekend. The Jacksonville Competition will probably be held on July 16 starting at 5 p.m. on the church competition grounds.
The 100 Mile Yard Sale will probably be held on July 15-16.
Rebersburg could have its town-wide gross sales on July 29-30.
The value of stamps has elevated. A first-class stamp is now 60 cents. A guide of 20 stamps will value $12. If you buy “Ceaselessly” stamps they’re good to maintain utilizing regardless of if the value does enhance.
FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Liberty Baptist Church in Blanchard is internet hosting a Again to Faculty occasion on Sunday, July 24, starting at 6 p.m. Youngsters in pre-school via twelfth grade will probably be allowed to choose numerous objects that they might want to assist them with faculty this coming 12 months. The primary 100 youngsters will obtain a free again pack to place their new faculty provides in.
Pastor Chris Davis will start the occasion with a brief message after which the youngsters and their households will have the ability to choose their objects. Go to the church’s web site at www.lbcblanchard.com or name Pastor Chris at 570-962-2214 for more information.
OPERATION SHOE BOX
Crystal Haagen is having a venture management workshop for the church buildings in our space on July 23 on the Cedar Heights Church in Mill Corridor from 10 a.m. to midday. The assembly is for the venture leaders within the native church buildings to study extra about selling and packing ideas for the shoe containers. Attendees can even have the ability to fellowship collectively and get new concepts from different leaders to share. Will probably be a enjoyable morning.
The shoe containers are a part of Operation Christmas Baby, a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse. Shoe containers are packed full of things for youngsters ages 2-4; 5-9; and 10-14. The shoe containers are collected and processed by mid-November after which shipped and distributed to youngsters in international locations everywhere in the world.
In case your church, group or group is enthusiastic about serving to with Operation Christmas Baby this 12 months, come to the assembly on July 23. Questions will be directed to Crystal at 814-383-4719 or by sending an e mail to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Howard Happenings is written and compiled by Tammy Coakley who will be reached by e mail at email@example.com or by phone at 814-625-2684.