Monday, February 25, 2013

Abington Journal Week of March 21, 2012
Date: 3/21/2012 Album ID: 1436833
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Stan and Joanne Triplett said their Dickson City business Vintner's Circle will offer wine samplings at the March 29 Abington Business and Professional After Hours Mixer. They also plan to donate a drawing for a free wine and cheese party at their location.
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Abington's JC Show drives the lane. Defended by Central Catholic's Chris Warren.
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Abington's Jason Bamford takes a shot defended by Central Catholic's Donavan Jack and Nick Lentz.
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Abington's Kat Rosencrance is fouled by Central Dauphin's Amanda Stauffer.
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High school students from Abington Heights, Carbondale Area, Forest City, Lackawanna Trail, Lakeland, North Pocono, Old Forge, Pittston Area, Riverside and Valley View school districts participate in the annual Youth and Government Forum, hosted by State Representative Sid Michaels Kavulich at Keystone College March 16.
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Abington Heights High School students and faculty pose with State Representative Sid Michaels Kavulich at his annual Youth and Government Forum at Keystone College March 16.
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Members of the community and the Always in Stitches quilting group stich together quilts to be donated to area hospitals. From left: Phyllis Festa, of South Abington Township; Always in Stitches Founder Peg Winter, of Jermyn; Event Organizer Susan Potenzano, of Clarks Summit; and Chiyoko Cheplick, of Scott Township.
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The pile of completed quilts grows throughout the day at the Sit and Sew event at the Abington Community Library March 17.
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Linda Newberry (left), of Scott Township and Diana Vass (right) of Newton iron quilt blocks at the Always in Stiches quilting group's Sit and Sew event at the Abington Community Library March 17.
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Kathy Albertson, of Orangeville, sews together pieces of a quilt to be given to a child in an area hospital.
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Lois Jean Gallagher, a volunteer at the Abington Community Library, sews together pieces of a quilt to be donated to a child in need at an area hospital.
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Molly Farinola, of South Abington Township trims the edges of a quilt sewn together at the Always in Stitches quilting group's Sit and Sew event at the Abington Community Library March 17.
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