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July 18, 2019 GOD BLESS AMERICA Vol. 46: No. 43

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Look to Our
ADVERTISERS The Washington Borough Farmers’ Market
held its second annual Red, White & Blue Des-
for all your sert Contest on Saturday July 6, and the win-
ners certainly displayed their red, white and
Shopping blue ways with their colorful and scrumptious
desserts. Winners included Most Patriotic,
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photos.foto Pennsylvania’s First Medical
time.com Photos by: Nelson Albert//The Free Weekly PRESS Marijuana Dispensary Opens
Second Location
Main Street Keystone Canna Reme- ary 2018, Keystone Canna
Market Weekly dies is proud to announce Remedies’ main focus was
Specials the opening of their sec- education, community in-
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Keystone Canna Remedies Come hear the future
Page 15 has been fortunate enough plans of Keystone Canna
On Saturday, July 13th the Knowlton NJ Lions Club held their to open a second location in Remedies in the Lehigh
Annual Truck Drwing Event. Prizes were awarded abundantly & Allentown to expand their Valley and exciting updates
Wind Gap attendance was approximately 3000. care in the Lehigh Valley. on Pennsylvania’s Medical
Left: Ray Sosnovik of Exit Realty NJ, his brother Clyde & John Kruk When launching in Janu- Marijuana Program.
Summer Sounds Right: Festival-goers pose for a photo.

NJ Committee
Commemorates Earliest
Namesake - Benjamin Smyth
“The Blairstown Historic Preservation Committee is looking forward
to commemorating the life of Benjamin Smyth, a person who had a
Page 3 great deal to do with the early development of our region when it was a
primitive frontier. As many people may know John I. Blair came to the
village about 1819, however European settlers were in the Blairstown Benjamin Smyth’s grave at the Gravel Hill Cem-
Liberty Fire Township area about eighty - five years prior to Mr. Blair’s arrival.” etery in NJ - Photo courtesy Cynthia Montes
Carnival
The Blairstown Historic called Smyth’s Mills 1750 Mr. Smyth became not have a lake and falls frontier transportation
Preservation Committee (also Smith’s Mills on the operator of a grist- as it does now. It was a route (now Blairstown’s
(BHPC) is commemorat- some documents). Ben- mill and a sawmill near completely rural land- Main Street). Benjamin
ing the 250th anniversa- jamin Smyth had worked the current day location scape with the nearby Smyth was also a civic
ry of Benjamin Smyth’s for prominent millers of Blair Falls that is adja- nucleus of a village and a leader both locally and
death in 1769. For about of the area including cent to Blairstown’s Main dirt road running through regionally.
forty years between 1755 Casper Shafer of Still- Street. In the mid-1700s it. The dirt road was a His name being one
to 1795 our village was water. Sometime about the area of Blair Falls did former Indian trail turned >>Continued on Page 3:>>
NJ Singer CC Coletti Gathers 50th Anniversary Woodstock 69 Tribute Concert
Page 4 Three-day fest to be 25th, between 11 a.m. a very young age and the stage all weekend. cancer
held August 23rd-25th and 9 p.m. and features I haven’t looked back With more than 300 Operation Chillout,
The Fourth in at Waterloo Concert 20 bands, including trib- since! Music has taken vendors of food, art, a support program for
Footbridge Fields, Hackettstown, utes to the music heard me around the world and kids products, pet adop- homeless veterans
NJ at Woodstock, such as I’m proud to be a part of tion, beer, spirits and VetRest, a nonprofit
New Jersey native CC CSN Songs (Crosby Let It All Hang Out Fest, more, it’s sure to be an that helps our vets cope
Coletti, a seven-year Stills Nash & Young), so close to where it all outstanding weekend with post-traumatic
backing vocalist for Kiss the Sky (Jimi Hen- began for me.” for the whole family! stress disorder (PTSD).
Meat Loaf, has orga- drix), Splintered Sun- To start the weekend, Waterloo Concert
nized a three- day music light (Grateful Dead), CC Coletti’s Band will Ticket prices are: Fields has hosted many
festival at historic The and CC Coletti’s Expe- be headlining the stage 1-day pass — $50 at concerts by Crosby Stills
Fields At Waterloo in rience Janis (Janis Jop- Friday with guitarist njrockfest.com $65 at & Nash, Neil Young,
Hackettstown in honor lin) . Anthony Krizan of Spin the gate The Allman Broth-
of the 50th anniversary “I grew up on a street Doctors. 2-day pass — $80 ers Band, Phish, Bob
Page 9 of Woodstock. called ‘Woodstock Saturday’s headlin- 3-day — $120. Dylan, The Beach Boys,
The singer-turned-con- Lane’, so I guess I was er will be Constantine Steppenwolf, America,
Rambling Around cert promoter is calling a rock flower child since Maroulis, a season four Partial proceeds will Bob Dylan, , Arlo Guth-
the Towns and Community the event Let It All Hang day one.” proclaims CC. “American Idol” final- be donated to attendees’ rie, Steve Miller Band,
Events...pg. 2 Out Music Fest after the “As the youngest of five ist from Wyckoff, N.J. choice of one of the fol- Bad Company, Chica-
Home & Garden...pg. 7 name of her latest al- in a house full of music, Also, the Garden State’s lowing charities: go, Roy Orbison, Indigo
Horoscopes & Puzzles...pg. 10 bum. The festival will I knew I was destined to best original and cover Kelsey Charity Run, Girls, Melissa Etheridge
Classifieds...pg. 11 be held August 23rd to live the music life from bands will be sprinkling which helps kids fight to name a few.
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age. No experience is re- ident, Laura Randazzo at
quired. 908 362 8920 for more
Star-Light Small An- information.
imal Rescue is looking Friends & Neighbors
for volunteers to help is a club of almost 100
with transport and on- ladies in Warren Co.
line tasks, and for fos- who meet for lunch the
ters/adopters. Visit star first Wed of each month
Pennsylvania Richmond Road, Bangor,
PA. 18013.
him borrow them, please
contact him at 610-863-
er. Thank you in advance
for contributing to this
lightrescue.webs.com
or email StarLight_Res-
(Oct-May) at the Alla-
muchy Fire House on
As part of the celebra- 6472. All items will be important project cue@ hot mail.com for Alphano Rd at noon.
St. John’s Cemetery tion of the 100th foot- returned to the owners as
is accepting memorial
donations for the main-
ball game being played
between Pen Argyl and
soon as possible.
The Slate Belt Her-
New Jersey more information.
The Hardwick Seniors
in Hardwick, NJ, have
Visitors Welcome. Call
908-269-5730 for details
North Warren Knit-
tenance of the cemetery. Bangor High Schools itage Center is in the Volunteers Needed for been busy this year Wits needs new mem-
Donations can be mailed this coming fall, Walter process of collecting Community Garden: crocheting and knit- bers to crochet or knit
to St. John’s Cemetery, Cole, volunteer at the information on all the Monday - Thursday ting scarves and hats items to be donated to
C/O Carol Hummel, 136 Slate Belt Heritage Cen- textile and garment mornings, from 9am- for United States Vets various charities, nurs-
Messenger Street, Ban- ter and retired history mills that existed in the 12pm. Project Self-Suf- who are in local Nurs- ing homes, hospice and
gor, PA 18013. teacher from Pen Ar- Slate Belt. If anyone has ficiency is seeking vol- ing Homes. The gifts the needy throughout
Reformed Cemetery of gyl High School, would a picture of the outside of unteers to assist with will be distributed to the Warren County. They
Stone Church is Accept- like to put together a their “Families Mill” to planting, maintenance Vets by the American Le- meet every Tuesday from
ing Memorial Donation history of the games. scan it and please send and harvesting of fruits gion Givens Belet 258 of 9:30am to noon at the
for the maintenance of Anyone who has scrap- to the Heritage Center at and vegetables from the Blairstown. Any Hard- Catherine Dickson Hoff-
the Cemetery. Dona- books of articles or news- sbhc@frontier.com. Or community gardens at wick residents over the man Library, For more
tions can be mailed to paper clippings of games send a photo to” SBHC the agency’s Newton age of 55 are most wel- information, call Anne at
Reformed Cemetery, C/O through the years and 30 North 1st Street, Ban- campus. Volunteers must come to attend and join if 908-459-0453.
Ronald A. Sartini, 10200 would be willing to let gor, PA Att: Karen Brew- be at least 17 years of they wish. Call their Pres-
Summer Concert Series: 5pm. (Rain date Sunday July
Saturday, July 20, 8pm, Ali 28th). $25 donation per 10’
and Friends from Pax Amicus x10’ vendor space. Flea mar-
Castle threatre will perform ket vendors selling yard sale
excerpts from the musical, type items only $7 per space.
Godspell. Sunday, August 25, Hurry space is limited. Con-
Kelly Planer and the Perks tact events@blairstownfd.org
will perform alternative Blue- for vendor application.
Pennsylvania day, July 21 from 8am to
1pm at the Trinity Evan-
610-863-3029 or visitwww.
bmcl.org.
Bangor Lions Club Wen-
dy’s Fundraiser Wednes-
grass, Non-Traditional Amer-
ican Roots Music. Panther
Yard Sale: Friday, July 26
& Saturday, July 27 from
Bangor Park Family gelical Church, 404 Broad- Semi-Annual Book Nook day, July 31 from 5 to 8pm Valley Ecumenical Church: 9am-5pm at 109 Mt. Her-
Luau: Friday July 19 way, Bangor. To make an at Wendy’s in Wind Gap. 1490 Route 517, Hackett- mon Road. Hosted by the
Sale at Blue Mtn Commu- stown.
7-9:30pm. $3 per adult appointment, please contact nity Library: Thurs., 7/25, The club will receive 15% United Methodist women.
(18+), 2 per child (3-17) in- Zach at 484-547-9791. 10am-12pm & 6-8pm., of all sales from eat in, take Harmony Hill United We will have a large se-
cludes pool admission, DJ, Slate Belt YMCA Ground- Fri., July 26 & Sat., July out and drive thru. Methodist Church FLEA lection of items to choose
games and contests with MARKET July 20 8-4 pm, from. One man’s trash is an-
breaking Event: July 23 27 10am-12pm. Located rain or shine at 919 Fairview other man’s treasure.
prizes and 1 family luau
souvenir photo). Food and
at 10am at the Slate Belt
Branch of the Greater Val-
at 216 S. Robinson Ave. in
Pen Argyl. Hours are M-Sa,
New Jersey Lake Rd. Refreshments avail-
able when Stillwater holds in
3rd Annual Firefighter
drinks will be available for ley YMCA in Pen Argyl. 10am to Noon Phillipsburg Free Summer Skills Competition with
town wide garage sale days. Vendor Fair & Flea Mar-
purchase. Anyone interested The groundbreaking is a re- Concert Series: Thursdays Please come we would love
in volunteering for the Park and M-Th, 6-8pm. Call Lisa 6-9pm in Shappell Park at ket: Saturday July 27
sult of the Slate Belt YMCA at 610-863-3029 for infor- to see you!! (Rain date Sunday July
Board or any of these events 353 S. Main Street, Phil-
Expansion project, which mation or visit www.bmcl. lipsburg. Photographers and Pizza Fundraiser at Frank’s 28th) At Sycamore Park 26
can contact Debbie Smith at includes a pool, basketball Pizza: Monday, July 22
org. Camera Crews welcome. Lambert Road, Blairstown.
bangorparkboard@gmail. gymnasium, and new child from 11am-10pm. Acme
com or Rosemarie Capone care wing. Indoor Yard Sale Fri., July July 18th – Truth & Soul shopping center in Blair-
at 610-588-5976 26, & Sat., July 27, from July 25th – Video Daze 80s stown First United Methodist Send your
Blue Mountain Commu- 8am-3pm both days at East Tribute Band August 1st – Church of Blairstown will re- community events to
Community Dinner For nity Library Fundraiser Cunningham & Associates
Bangor United Methodist ceive a portion of all sales for
Those In Need - July 21 Wednesday, July 24 from August 8th – Jeff Bellfy the day, take out or eat in. The thepressmail@gmail.
3-4pm in the church hall of Community Church located Band August 15th – We May
Our Lady of Victory Church,
4pm to closing at The at 136 W. Central Ave. (Rt. Be Right: Billy Joel Tribute
money raised will go towards com with a subject of
Scorecard, 130 N. Broad- our missions.
located at 327 Cherry Lane way, Wind Gap, PA on The
512), East Bangor. For more Band August 24th – A Few PA or NJ!
Road, Tannersville. Call the info., call 610-588-4453 or Good Men Vendors Wanted: Saturday
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Speaker Says New Debt-Reduction PA Health


Law Protects Pennsylvania Taxpayers
Speaker of the House “Thanks to him, the loan matures. Insurance Exchange Bill
of Representatives Mike
Turzai (R-Allegheny) to-
amount of interest paid on
debt will decrease, there-
“Since 2001, the Com-
monwealth has used a Signed into Law
day said Pennsylvania’s by keeping Pennsylvania methodology whereby
new debt reduction law on a path to improving its payments become more Legislation creating an provided greater flexibility
enables the state to pay off overall bond rating. It’s expensive as time goes authority to operate a state- and opportunities for states
debt more efficiently and a win-win for the state on,” Turzai explained. based health insurance through such waivers.
less expensively, thereby and our hardworking cit- “This new method front exchange for Affordable The bill was approved
saving taxpayer dollars. izens.” loads interest payments Care Act individual market June 24 by the Senate Bak-
Turzai expressed grati- Specifically, Act 43 re- and back loads principal plans has been signed into ing and Insurance Commit-
tude to Rep. John Law- quires the principal for payments, as with a 30- law, according to Senator tee, chaired by Scavello.
rence (R-Chester Coun- new state debt to be re- year home mortgage. Mario Scavello (R-40). “I believe this will result
ty), author of Act 43 of paid in equal amounts “Rep. Lawrence’s law The new law will also in better insurance premi-
2019 (House Bill 24), for over the term of the bond. requires the state to use permit the Commonwealth ums for Pennsylvanians,”
leading the way and shep- Right now, the state uses a better method, thereby to apply for a waiver to Scavello said. “The Com-
herding the bill through a repayment schedule that reducing debt we pass on create a reinsurance pro- monwealth is taking the
the legislative process. features lower principal to future generations and gram to drive down pre- lead on this vital issue rath-
“Rep. Lawrence worked payments in the first few the amount of tax dollars mium increases in the er than depend on the fed-
hard to make this bill be- years and much higher spent on interest payments individual market. The eral government.”
come law,” Turzai said. principal payments as the servicing that debt.” federal government has

Pilot program to better train job-seekers bill heads to Governor’s desk


Legislation sponsored by before the Senate approveddepartment. “People who math, literacy and commu- with recommendations to the ommendation if we should
Assemblymen Hal Wirths it with amendments delay- have been out of work for an nication and career success Legislature by Jan. 1, 2023. continue the program,” said
and Parker Space establish- ing the program’s expiration
extended period can have a skills. “We’re pleased this bill con- Wirths. “Participation is vol-
ing a pilot program providing date and extending fundingdifficult time finding jobs be- “Well-prepared workers are tains a sunset and ensures the untary and funding will be
training for workers look- through 2023. cause they lack the skills em- more productive and inno- Legislature receives a rec- available.”
ing to enter the job market “We have to change our ap-
ployers demand in today’s vative. That’s good for busi-
was approved, with Senate proach to training or we will
changing marketplace.” ness,” said Space (R-Sus- Columbia, NJ
amendments, by the Assem- be left behind and our econ-
The bill directs the labor sex), a small business owner.
bly today. omy will suffer,” said Wirths
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workers in 10 high-demand expires in July 2023 and is
Continued from Pg 1. industries. The program will funded by the Workforce with this ad
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Tuesday, July 23rd: Thursday, July 25th (continued): Also kids Farmin’ Fun Tent, Butterfly
Experience, Spinning Demonstrations by
Judging of Entries.......Begins 9am Kids Photo ID & Fingerprinting.......................7-9pm Second Saturday Spinners, Bingo, and
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Wednesday, July 24th:
Open Dairy Judging......................................9:30am 4-H Fashion Review..........................................7pm
Entertainment: “The Large Flowerheads” Oldies Music.....7:30-10:30pm
The PA Dept. of Agriculture has
Bar-B-Q Chicken while supplies last...........beginning 5pm requested that you PLEASE leave
Old School Promotions Demolition Derby..........8pm
“Polly Wally” Face/Hand Painting.........5:30-8:30pm ($8 admission, under 5 FREE) your pets at home.
Entertainment: “Stephen Caruso, Juggler/Magician”....6-9pm No Pets, Backpacks, or Coolers allowed!
Presentation by Pocono Wildlife Rehab Center....6 & 7pm
Saturday, July 27th:
Breakfast Served................................8:30-10:30am
ITTP Truck & Tractor Pull..............................6:30pm
($10 admission, under 6 FREE. FMI Call 610-730-4820, Kiddy Pedal Tractor Pull Registration - $1....9-10am
484-223-9000, or email kayachenbach@hotmail.com) Kiddy Pedal Tractor Pull Tractor Provided...........10am
Pie Eating Contest.............................................7pm Entertainment: “Clarence the Clown”....................10am
Kids Photo ID & Fingerprinting.......................7-9pm Adult Pedal Tractor Pull (Registration $1)..........1pm
Entertainment: “The Rehrig Brothers Band” Bar-B-Q Chicken while supplies last......beginning 5pm
Country Music...............................................7:30-10:30pm “Polly Wally” Face/Hand Painting.........5:30-8:30pm
Watermellon Eating Contest.........................6:30pm
Thursday, July 25th: Entertainment: “Brian Dean Moore Band” Country Music......7:30-11pm
Steer Entries..............................................9am-3pm Old School Promotion Kids Power Wheels........7pm
4-H Dairy Show.............................................9:30am ($8 admission, includes adult derby)........Demolition Derby
Bar-B-Q Chicken while supplies last.........beginning 5pm starting immediately following Kids Power Wheels
Spinning Demonstration 50-50 Drawing............................................11:30pm
by Second Saturday Spinners...................................5:30-8:30pm
“Polly Wally” Face/Hand Painting.........5:30-8:30pm
Entertainment: “Balloons the Clown”..............6-9pm
Open Sheep Show & Market Goats..............5:30pm
Presentation by Pocono Wildlife Rehab Center...6 & 7pm General Admission - $2 (under 12 FREE)
ITTP Truck & Tractor Pull..............................6:30pm Visit www.plainfieldfarmersfair.com for undated schedule & visit us on Facebook
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Monitoring Your Pet’s Endocrine System (usually the case in dogs)


or their cells are resistant to Garden Dilemmas? Ask Mary!
Our next major system They will gain weight, located next to the thyroid the insulin (often in cats). alternatives to consider.
doesn’t get a lot of press panting excessively and lose and control blood calcium Diabetic pets will drink and While clover lawns are
but it is very important- hair, especially along their and phosphorus levels. urinate excessively, lose ideal for play and pets,
it is called the endocrine sides and tail. Giving thyroid Rarely, they can produce too weight and eventually start these cuties are for light
system. It is made up of hormone replacement much parathyroid hormone having vomiting, weakness foot traffic only. For sun-
a series of glands which controls this disease. Cats, and must be removed. and can die if not treated. ny spots, there’s creeping
secrete hormones and other on the other hand, get The adrenal glands Luckily, daily insulin thyme (Thymus prae-
chemicals that control much hyperthyroidism- too much are small glands right injections can help these cox). My favs are ‘Elfin’
of what our and our pets’ thyroid hormone. They will above the kidneys and pets tremendously. While which creates the tightest
bodies do. lose weight, despite having they produce androgens it is a lot of work for the matt but rarely flowers -
The thyroid gland is an increased appetite, and (male sex hormones), owners, once they get the
located in the neck and it often have vomiting and mineralocorticoids which routine down, these pets can a good thing when walk-
controls metabolism and diarrhea. Their heart rates control sodium and do very well. ing barefoot. There’s the
blood calcium levels. It is are very high and this can potassium balance and The thymus is a gland ambitious ‘Pink Chintz’
the only organ in the body lead to secondary heart glucocorticoids which located in the neck of if you prefer lovely
Mary E. Stone long-lasting salmon-pink
that requires iodine- that disease. There are several control metabolism, young animals and
is the reason table salt treatment options including immune function and are helps the maturation of Stone Associates blooms.
is iodized. Dogs can get radioactive iodine, daily also the stress hormones. T-lymphocytes which are a Landscape Design Mazus (Mazus rep-
hypothyroidism which medication, and iodine-free Too much glucocorticoids part of the immune system. & Consulting, tans) is ideal for sunny
means not enough thyroid diet. causes Cushings Disease. This generally atrophies as or shady sites, though it
they become adults.
Blairstown needs to remain moist.
hormone is being made. Parathyroid glands are Most common in dogs,
these pets will drink and Also part of the endocrine Hello Fellow Readers, It only grows two inch-
urinate a lot, lose hair and system are the ovaries, Last week’s chat about es tall with dense foli-
get a rather pot-bellied which secrete estrogen and Dutch clover in lawns age. Their adorable pur-
appearance. The opposite progesterone and the testes (Trifolium repens) creat- plish-blue blooms in late
of this is Addison’s Disease which secrete testosterone. ed quite a buzz, beyond spring are a bonus. Of
in which the adrenal glands Controlling some of these the buzz of our happy course, there’s my much-
do not produce enough glands is the pituitary, pollinators scurrying adored moss naturalizing
glucocorticoids and often which is a tiny gland at the from bloom to bloom. the large shady area by
mineralocorticoids as well. base of the brain. It receives It seems the news of no our brook.
This is a life-threatening information from the body swimming or contact Just recently I designed
disease also mostly seen systems and can then send with the water due to al- a garden surrounding
in dogs. Initially, they may out a message to control the gae bloom on New Jer-
have some vague signs of hormones being produced. a barn converted into a
sey’s Lake Hopatcong, home. The owners wish
off and on vomiting and Besides controlling the has brought the dilem-
diarrhea until they go into thyroid and adrenal glands, for minimal maintenance
Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-8:30pm ma of fertilizers running but have an expansive
Fri & Sat 9am-9pm an “Addisonian Crisis” it also secretes hormones into our water supplies
during which they get controlling ovulation, front foundation area.
Sun 10am-5pm to light for many that In addition to a sim-
weak, collapse and can testosterone production,
Light, Bright, & Definitely not Sprite die. Prompt treatment with uterine contractions, milk didn’t know. Many lake ple planting of assort-
Spiked Seltzers are proper fluids to correct the let-down, growth. associations insist on ed shrubs, I suggested a
no-phosphate fertilizers. swath of sedge to replace
Boozy, Bubbly & Low Cal electrolyte imbalance and While the endocrine
But it turns out nitrogen
medications to replace the system may seem the lawn now there. Ap-
mineralocorticoids (DOCP) complicated, we have many is just as impactful in en- palachian sedge (Carex
and glucocorticoids lab tests that we can run to couraging the growth of appalachica) is native to
(prednisone) can make diagnose problems with algae, most of which are these parts with a tidy
them good as new again. the glands. If your pet is not harmful or toxic. flowing habit and fine
Treatment must be showing any of the signs “Often referred to as grass-like blades which
continued for life. we discussed, please call blue-green algae, cya- will be happy in their
Find Your Favorite here The pancreas has us at Blairstown Animal nobacteria are not true shady, dry spot.
several functions, but as Hospital so we can evaluate algae but are capable There’s Creek sedge (C.
an endocrine gland, it for the need for a work-up of excessive growth amphibola), considered a
produces insulin. In dogs and treat the problem right through photosynthesis,” native alternative to Lir-
and cats with diabetes, away so your furry friend writes the NJ Depart- iope, with shiny narrow
there either is not enough can go back to feeling ment of Environmental
insulin being produced himself again. foliage ideal for shady
Protection. “Cyanobac- areas in need of erosion

Silverlake
teria blooms are usually control.
bright green, but can also Then there’s the
appear as spilled paint, soft-looking but robust
pea soup, or as having a Pennsylvania sedge (C.
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Wed-Thur:10-5;
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Help Wanted FULL TIME


EXPERIENCED
Experienced
Caregivers Needed. Wanted to Buy YARD SALE 8am-4pm
7/19-7/20-7/21
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Rentals
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11am-12:30 pm; Vendor Fair and
Flea Market from 10am to 5pm;
Competition starts at 1pm
All public is welcome to watch
and cheer them on!
Questions: events@blairstownfd.org
Rain date is Sunday, July 28th
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