Around the region, Sept. 28, 2017

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The Minersville Public Library recently acknowledged the following memorial contributions: For Allen “Hopper” Paul from the Morten family, Robert, Kathleen and Karen Paul, Jim and Joe O’Brien, Jenn, Cali and Colt Laudeman, Michael and Susan Pozza, Dianne Devers, Diane Houser, Colleen and Joseph Slovick, Kim and Landis Brown, Antoinette and Emily Purcell, Jane Pritz, Lorraine Sinko Enders, Gloria and John Capik, Lorraine and Dave Quintinsky, Sally and Jill Brensinger, Carolyn Carita, Susan Paul and Betty Morgans, Becky S. Kim, Peter Albert, Ellen Valent, David Sorokach, Al and Gerry Vessotski, the Hematology Nurses and Sickle Cell Social Workers of CHOP, Linda Schwarz, Mary Giblin, Ellie Furlan and Susan McCandless; for Edwin Wanniski from Ray and Karen Stabinski; for Daniel Thomas from Cathy and Kate Zimmerman and Kenny Singley; for Mike Hashin from Cathy and Kate Zimmerman and Kenny Singley; for Betty Ginther from Barb and Al Munster; for Aldona Butler from Joe and Nancy Butensky, Jean and Bill Angelo; for Lillian Sanza from Krista and Mark Serrian, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pizzico, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ciotti, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pizzico, Nettie Ryan and family, Mary Ann Romansky, Mary Ellen Reedy, Cheryl and Ken Koscil, Tony and Janet Gillmore, Barbara Vicic, Yoey and Johnny Demcher, Jason, Jill and Hazel Schneck, Ron and Ann Weachock and family, Bill, Lisa, Logan and Jordyn Derbes, Jeremy, Brenda, Gehrig and Shea Hossler, Connie Brophy and family, Fred and Chrissy Graeff and family, Thomas Horan Sr., John and Martha Horan, Sherri and Mark Hammer, Rosalie and Jack Karmazin, Kelly and Emily Conroy, Cecelia Belas, Ann Marie and Ed Zavatsky and family, Mandy and Ed Sincavage, Nancy Zavatsky and family, Rose Pace, Amy and Ed Purcell, Bernie and Michelle Lescavage, Lucille Vitale, Bob and Celie Belas, and Irvin and Patricia Kamp.


The Panther Valley Public Library, 117 E. Bertsch St., is holding a preschool reading program for children ages 3-5 from 10 to 11 a.m. every Tuesday. No sign-up is necessary.


Holy Family Adult Day Care is continuing to accept applications for the day care program, which is located along Route 443 at the former St. Francis Orphanage building. The program is licensed by the state Department of Aging and provides social and activity programs, therapeutic care and support services, according to a Holy Family release. Other benefits include daytime support for caregivers, meeting the special needs of adults with Alzheimer’s disease or stroke who need supervision but not 24-hour care, assistance with medication and personal care. It provides breakfast and cooked lunch with a snack in the afternoon. Anyone 60 or older and who meets program requirements is eligible. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information or to schedule a visit, call 570-366-2924.


The Gentle Yoga Program/LVHN Schuylkill will sponsor a spaghetti dinner beginning at noon Oct. 21 at Schaeffer’s Harley-Davidson, 1123 Brick Hill Road. The cost is $ 8 for adults, $ 5 for children and free for youngsters under 3. The all-you-can-eat meal includes spaghetti, salad, roll and beverage, sponsored by Ladies of Harley and Schaeffer’s. For more information, call 570-366-0143.


First Baptist Church, 701 Mahantongo St., will have a free movie night beginning at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 6. The event will include a free movie and snacks. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent. For more information, call 570-581-3084.


The concert series at Trinity Episcopal Church, 200 S. Second St., will continue at 4 p.m. Nov. 19 with an organ concert by F. Allen Artz III. Freewill offerings will be accepted. The church is accessible to the handicapped and a reception will follow the concert during which people will have the opportunity to meet the artist. For more information, call 570-449-7553.


A rummage sale is set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 17 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 18 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Pine and Mauch Chunk streets. Organizers are accepting unused items suitable for resale. However, no computers, encyclopedias or TVs will be accepted. For more information, email [email protected] or call 570-640-5261.

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