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Damascus

Large subdivision approved for dairy farmers; site of former farmland village that never was

Lawrence O’Reilly, a retired dairy farmer from St. Joseph, and his son Thomas, received approval for a large subdivision of 1030 acres in Tyler Hill. Lawrence appeared before the supervisors on April 16, without his son, who is a dairy farmer, and could not attend due to farming duties.  Read more

Penny social & bake sale

May 5, 2012

Community Center, doors open 6pm, drawing 7:30pm. Benefits Conklin Hill Union Church maintenance fund.

Commissioner Smith returns to the barn; the return will support the next generation of dairy farmers

Unexpectedly, Brain Smith, chairman of the Wayne County Commissioners, announced that he was returning to the barn and the milking of cows. The announcement came at the commissioners meeting on March 29.  Read more

Wellness support group

June 16, 2012 - September 15, 2012

For people of all ages seeking to be well at Abrahamsville United Methodist Church, 10:30am, 3rd Sat./mo. Info or ride: 570/224-4637.

Community yard sale - vendors wanted

May 26, 2012 - May 27, 2012

Vendors wanted, $10 (both days). 570/224-4377 or 224-6671.

Christmas cantata

December 18, 2011

"We Celebrate the King" performed by Damascus Area Choir at Damascus Manor United Methodist Church, 3pm, free. Refreshments. 570/224-4637.

Nutritious meal & friendship

April 7, 2012
May 5, 2012
June 2, 2012
July 7, 2012
August 4, 2012
September 1, 2012

PEARL (Preserving, Enriching & Appreciating Rural Life) Café, Abrahamsville United Methodist Church, 1st Sat./mo., 12noon-2pm, free. All welcome. 570/224-4637.

Craft fair

November 12, 2011

Community Center, 9am-3pm.

'Ice Harvesting'

October 25, 2011

Carol Dunn presentation sponsored by Damascus Historical Society at the town hall, 7pm. 845/252-7548.

Historical society presentation

September 27, 2011

"Rural School Teachers" w/ Mimi Steffens at the community center, 7pm. All welcome.

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