NWE students learn fire safety.
Ontelaunee Park hosts Pioneer Day festivities.
Gunther makes his famous meatballs.
The topic of the September meeting of the Claussville Garden Club was "Math For Flower Arrangers."
Susan Campanelli, a previous garden club speaker, always presents an interesting discussion.
She brought along flowers from her own garden and club members brought flowers and flower holders to work on for their own take-home arrangements.
Campanelli said when arranging flowers, first measure the vase or flower holder and then measure the flowers so they are at least one-...
Ebenezer quilters, crafters ready for a annual bazaar.
Put four gallons of cider into a large copper kettle, add cut-up apples to within two inches of the top and then cook. Some 5-1/2 hours later, apple butter will be ready to share.
This was only one of the many demonstrations and exhibits at the annual Lynn-Heidelberg Historical Society Pioneer Day Oct. 6, at Ontelaunee Park.
This year, stirring the apple-cider mixture was made easier when a rocking chair, which matched the motion required for the constant stirring, was used....
New Life Evangelical Lutheran Church members were "groovin' and cruisin'" Sept. 29.
Luther Crest has special expo for seniors.
Lehigh Chapter PASR celebrates 75th anniversary.
Weisenberg-Lowhill Historical Society has community yard sale.