Monday, February 25, 2013

The Abington Journal, Week of December 11, 2013
Date: 12/12/2013 Album ID: 1742390
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Elizabeth Baumeister | The Abington Journal
The Abington Regional Wastewater Authority (ARWA) began work last week to replace sewage lines under a portion of State Route 11 (Northern Boulevard) in Chinchilla between Shady Lane Road and Center Avenue. The work is expected to continue into Fall 2014.
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Kelly Baker and Barry Kaplan of Everything Natural welcome guests as they arrive.
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From left: Gerrie Carey and Sonia Wysochanski.
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From left: Mike Bonczar, George Kessler and Gail Rees.
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Abington Heights center Evan Maxwell scored 15 points in the Comets 75-48 win over Holy Cross Dec. 7.
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Abington Heights forward Tim Toro scored 14 points and blocked four shots.
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From left: Marley's Mission volunteers Marissa Galardi of Archbald, Kodee Bates of Dunmore and Katie Talerico of Old Forge work the new pretzel cart at First Friday at the Hilton in Scranton Dec. 6
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From left: Faye Philbin rings out Bob Reese days before Costa Drug Store closes its doors.
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From left: Faye Philbin and Kara Jones-Martin said they will miss working together.
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The staff of Costa Drug Store includes, first row, from left: Kristen Dougher, Karen Kopcza, second row: Jeff Kasprzak, Jack Cellerari and Faye Philbin.
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Gretchen Kohut portrays an Elf at the Abington Community Library.  Kohut read the children several stories and led them in song.
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Ella Long, of South Abington, tells Gretchen Kohut what she would like for Christmas.
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Ella Long, of South Abington, helps out with one of the dances led by Gretchen Kohut.
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Bobby Sheils, of Clarks Summit, works on a craft at the Abington Community Library.
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Gretchen Kohut read several stories to the children Saturday morning.
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From left: Greta Howard and Angelica Tryon of Clarks Summit work on a craft at the Abington Community Library.
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