Monday, February 25, 2013

Dallas Post April 1 issue
Date: 4/6/2012 Album ID: 1446487
Photos by Charlotte Bartizek
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Ruth Tetschner,who admits she always wanted a bookstore of her own, finds herself in command again at the Slightly Read Bookstore, downstairs in the basement of the Back Mountain Memorial Library.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Ruth Tetschner, the originator of the Slightly Read used bookstore at the Back Mountain Memorial  Library, finds herself in command again.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK  Volunteers Kathy Waltos, Nancy Dingman and Rita Balberchak help keep books in order at the Slightly Read used bookstore in the basement at the Back Mountain Memorial Llibrary.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Sweet Valley Christ of Christ pastor Joel Stauffer holds a list of special food items needed for a model Seder supper the church plans to present in conjunction with  Jews for Christ Wednesday, April 4th at 7:00 p.m.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Sweet Valley Christ of Christ pastor Joel Stauffer talks about a model Seder supper the church plans to present in conjunction with  Jews for Christ Wednesday, April 4th at 7:00 p.m.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Jessica Jurawski, Harveys Lake.  and her daughter Rebecca, read together during a story time about children with disabilities at the Back Mountain Memorial Library.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Colleen and Erin Duffy, Dallas, and Jean and Isabelle Duffy, Lake Silkworth, attend a children's reading group at the Back Mountain Memorial Library about people with disadvantages.
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Tucker Chessman, 6, of Shavertown, left, gets ready to throw as Kevin Basalyga, 5, of Dallas, stands ready during a dodge ball game at Back Mountain Martial Arts' Movie Night in Dallas on Saturday night.    BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Eight-year-old Dalton Soper of Shavertown, left, tries to force Olivia Goebel, 8, of Dallas from the mats as they play 'Island of Doom' at Back Mountain Martial Arts' Movie Night in Dallas on Saturday night.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Anna Dixon, 11, of Dallas, center, fights Megan Meyer, 12, of Wyoming in 'Boofi Wars' as Master Richard Dixon observes the action at Back Mountain Martial Arts' Movie Night last Saturday night in Dallas.   BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Children gather around May Goebel of Back Mountain Martial Arts in Dallas before eating pizza and watching 'Puss in Boots' last Saturday night in Dallas.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Alex Zubko of Dallas runs the first leg of the boys 4x800-meter relay at the new track complex in Dallas Township against Pittston Area on Tuesday afternoon.   BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Dallas' Jason Simonovich comes out of his triple jump landing in WVC track and field against Pittston Area on Tuesday afternoon.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Dallas' Shane Jacobsen winds up his discus throw against Pittston Area.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Dallas' Regan Rome leads on her way to winning the girls 1-mile run against Pittston Area in a WVC track and field meet in Dallas Township on Tuesday afternoon.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Lake-Lehman freshmen Ronald Ziomek, right, and Carolyn Price perform their routine 'Dynamic Dramatic Musical Modifications: Evolutions that Caused Changes in Music' at the regional History Day competition at Penn State/Wilkes-Barre in Lehman Township on Saturday morning.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Dallas High School sophomore Peter Kuritz, right, and freshman James Rinehart describe their exhibit 'Otto von Bismarck, the Reformer' at Penn State/Wilkes-Barre during the regional History Day competition on Saturday morning.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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Lake-Lehman High School freshmen Amanda Scavone, left, Emma Evans, Emily Crawford, and Julia Pilch chat in front of their exhibit 'Building Bridges: Empowering Racial Harmony' at Penn State/Wilkes-Barre during the regional History Day competition on Saturday morning.  BILL TARUTIS/FOR THE DALLAS POST
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