Monday, February 25, 2013

Abington Journal, Week of September 5, 2012
Date: 9/5/2012 Album ID: 1528287
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Comets' running back Quinn Karam
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Comets' wide receiver J.C. Show
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Comets' tight end Simon Williams
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Shawn Arcus (center) enjoys the carnival with his children, Colin (left) and Cameron (right).
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Elizabeth Elaine Walker (center) gets her face painted at the carnival by Brynn Kizer (left) and Monica Pacyna (right).
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Zachary Rister and Julia Antonio play on the slides at the carnival.
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Clarks Summit Senior Living (CSSL), 950 Morgan Hwy., presented a check August 29 for $1876 to the Alzheimer's Association from proceeds raised at a recent event, Festival of Nations, held on community grounds. Shown, from left, front row: CSSL Sales Director Sue Chapin and Resident Kathleen Krankel; back row: CSSL Food and Dining Director Neil DeAngelo, Resident John Thomas, CSSL Executive Director Darlene Price, Resident Lois Jones and Alzheimer's Association Representative Barbara Wilson.
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Ashley Bohn
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Jessica Boland
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Lakeland running back Tyler Brady scores his second touchdown of the game
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Lakeland fullback Cody Gonsauls
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Messana's front porch
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Margaret Messana hangs genuine photographs and artwork from the late 18 and early 19 centuries in her home.
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