Presentation by Gloria McCullough at the town hall, 7pm. Sponsored by Damascus Historical Society.
Township bldg., 1-3pm. 570/253-4262. Emergency need: 570/224-4217.
Historical Bldg., 9am-3pm. 570/224-4244.
Floyed Campfield speaks at the town hall, 7pm. Presented by Damascus Township Historical Society. 570/224-4244.
United Methodist Church, 9am-2pm. Lunch avail. 570/224-4217 or 729-8320.
Veterans Memorial across from Damascus School, 11am. Guest speaker: General Daniel O'Neill. Damascus Christian Academy performance. Bring a chair.
When Dolores Keesler was unexpectedly removed from her appointment as Damascus Township’s representative to the Upper Delaware Council (UDC), where she had been serving as chair following her election in January 2011, she was stunned. Read more
Township bldg., 1-3pm. Emergency need: 570/224-4217. 570/253-4262.
Dolores Keesler has decided to conduct a write-in campaign for the office of supervisor against Joe Canfield. Keesler, who was until recently the Damascus Township representative to the Upper Delaware Council and the president of that body for two months, was removed from her position at the instigation of Damascus supervisor Joe Canfield, with the agreement of the other two supervisors. Justifying the move, Canfield said “Just say that she doesn’t represent the whole township, that’s all.” Read more
Each year the Damascus supervisors invite sixth-grade students to spend the day with them, and learn about the functions and responsibilities of local government officials.
This year the Damascus student supervisors for a day were,front row from left, Shannon Crum, Brittany Maronna, Sam Conley-Vaverchak and Alex Esselman. In the back row are Howard Schuchman, Supervisors Joe Canfield, Jeff Dexter and Chuck Grady.