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Damascus

Nutritious meal & friendship

April 7, 2012
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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.

Flu clinic

October 26, 2011

Township bldg., 8-10am, doors open 7:30am, $25. Bring insurance info. 570/253-4262.

Food pantry

September 15, 2011

Township bldg., 1-3pm. 570/253-4262. Emergency need: 570/224-4217.

Penny social

September 10, 2011

Community center, doors open 6pm, drawing 7pm. 50/50, refreshments. 570/224-4217 or 729-8320.

Meet 'n greet for Keesler

August 27, 2011

DAMASCUS, PA — There will be a Meet n' Greet gathering to introduce Dolores Keesler, the Democratic candidate for Damascus Township supervisor, on Saturday, August 27 from 3 to 5 p.m. at Sheila Dugan's house, 1523 Milanville Rd. It’s the yellow house two doors down from the church.
Among the items on Keesler’s platform are open government, protecting the environment, economic development that promotes family agriculture and small businesses and better roads. RSVP at hesterv8@gmail.com or 570/229-0145.

Early Irish experience in Wayne County

August 23, 2011

Gene Tagle presentation sponsored by Damascus Historical Society at the town hall, 7pm.

New federal sign law creates frenzy

he reaction from Damascus Township officials reflects what’s happening in towns nationwide over federal regulations setting new standards for reflective signs along streets and roads. Like a lot of federal and even state mandates, they are largely unfunded.  Read more

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