Monday, February 25, 2013

The Abington Journal, Week of September 25, 2013
Date: 9/26/2013 Album ID: 1709934
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal Popple Construction crew members work on installing a curb at the corner of Yale Blvd. and N. Abington Rd. The PennDOT project on Abington Road includes installation and upgrades of 38 handicap ramps, in order to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990.
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal A PennDOT project on Abington Road includes installation and upgrades of 38 handicap ramps at the corners of each intersection, including this one at the corner of Yale Blvd. and N. Abington Rd.
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From left: Rita Dispenziere, her husband Nick Dispenziere from Lake Ariel and David Henry with his wife Frances Henry.
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Bernie Martin and his wife Donalynn Martin with daughters, Jackie, age 6 (left) and Gabby (standing in front of Donalynn), age 4. Jackie and Gabby Martin are helpers of Country Alliance Church. They handed gift bags to the newcomers on National Back to Church Sunday.
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From left,14 year olds Alexandra Fitzsimmons and Karma Harris,both of Forest City explored the jewelry display at Everything Natural's Open House on Saturday
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From left,Renee Czubowicz and Ellen McGlynn,both of Lackawanna Backyard Beekeepers, did a demo at Everything Natural's Open House about how to extract Golden Rod and Nut Wheat honey. Samples of the honey were provided after.
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The Beekeeper's Daughter, Hannah Perry-Comeau, had bees and a variety of raw honey flavors on display at Everything Natural's Open House on Saturday. Orange Blossom, Wildflower and Goldenrod are just to name a few. Her great-great grandfather started a few hives back in the 1800's, and today her family farm in Dallas has 3,000 hives. She and her family are fourth generation beekeepers
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Amanda Banta,32,Falls, and Joanne August,81,Clarks Summit grabbed a sample of Carrot and Flax Honey Muffins at Everything Natural's Open House.
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Delicious treats were being sampled at Everything Natural's Open House. From left are, Honey Peanut Butter Strawberry Thumbprint cookies, Queen Bee gourmet honey candies, and Carrot and Flax Honey Muffins.
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From left,Jessica Illuzzi,33,Springville, and Cristina Cox,28,Dalton, performed Saturday at Everything Natural's Open House as, The Jessica and Christina Show.
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Keith Eckel, of Fred W Eckel Sons Farms, Clarks Summit, will donate 150 pumpkins that will be sold at the Hillside Park Harvest Moon Festival.
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Abington Heights running back Quinn Karam
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