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Dallas Post Nov 4th
Date: 11/7/2012 Album ID: 1564120
Photos by Charlotte Bartizek
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FOR THE TIMES LEADER/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Krista Porasky, Falls,  No, because I'm very undecided. I watched the debates and think they both have weaknesses.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Diane Thompson, Dallas,  Yes, but I'm still deciding even though I watched the final debate last night.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK  Marsha Paczewski, Dallas,  I sure am. Things are awful and I don't want things to continue.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Heather Cave, Shavertown,  Yes , I am. I'm a Republican and I'm voting for Romney.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Mike Parsons, Dallas,  Yes, always, usually vote Republican.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Tom Niznik. Kingston Twp.  I watched all the debates, very entertaining; but it's (the decision) a very personal thing for me.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK  Leona Huntz, Dallas, cuts the grand opening ribbon for the new Dallas Senior Center in the Twin Stacks Complex, Rt. 415, Dallas . With her are from left: Lillian Sayre, Sen. Lisa Baker, Rep. Karen Boback. and Joe Malak.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Grammar school friends Leona Huntz and Helen Franklin meet to go into the new Dallas Senior Center in the Stacks Complex.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Jean Spindler, assistant center manager from Kingston, left,  helped with the food for a grand opening at the new Dallas Seenior Center opened in the Twin Stacks Complex, Rt #415 Dallas.
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FOR THE TIMES LEADER/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK  Beverly Honeywell, Lillian Sayre, Grace Suton and Helen Franklin.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK New found friends Bob Cronauer, Harveys Lake, and Wiley Veitch, Dallas, meet at the new Dallas Senior Center in the Twin Stacks Complex Rt 415 Dallas.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Dallas Borough placed signs such as this one in area that were prone to large puddling of water.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Chris Ferrara, Dallas, filled his tank and took extra cans of gas in preparation for the storm at the Sunoco station.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK  Marge Janosik, Dallas, a Red Cross county volunteer was called to the Dallas Middle School to help set-up a relief center there.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Dan Downey, Dallas, a Red Cross disaster service volunteer unpacks some hygiene packs at the Dallas Middle School which was setup as a disaster relief center.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK  Marie Belasco watches as a tree from her yard is cut up and power restored to her home on Machell Avenue.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Bob Anstett, Reservior Rd. describes how a transformer on his road exploded and wires came down.
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FOR THE DALLAS POST/CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK Utility crews from Western Energy , a company from Kansas, go over work plans with a representative from the local UGI representative before setting out to repair lines in Dallas.
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