Drive-thru discounted vaccine clinic at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, 10am-12 noon. Donation: $7 per pet. Benefits Dessin Animal Shelter. 570/253-4037.
Noel Jacob Wiener of Newfoundland was honored for his wartime service in the United States Army at the Hawley Senior Center on October 23 and again by the Wayne County Commissioners the following day. Read more
Tastes of Wayne County "First Wednesdays," eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at Scarfalloto's Towne House Diner and Restaurant to benefit The Wayne County Historical Society. 570/253-3240.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will meet in the David Katz Conference Center at Wayne Memorial Hospital, 6:30pm. YMCA instructor Tina Hoehn will present a program on chair yoga. Refreshments will be served. Members and prospective members are invited. 570/226-9115.
Robert Jufer, 72, of Honesdale, PA pleaded guilty to one count of voluntary manslaughter, graded as a felony of the first degree and one count of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. The incident occurred on October 17, 2010, in Cherry Ridge Township. Jufer faces a maximum penalty of 22 years in prison and a $30,000 fine. He is scheduled to be sentenced on January 2, 2014. Jufer was arrested on February 6, for the murder of his wife, June Jufer. Read more
Nilsa Lebron, age 56, of Honesdale was sentenced by President Judge Raymond L. Hamill to one to four years in state prison for conspiracy to possess marijuana with the intent to deliver. The conviction was the result of an investigation by the Wayne County Drug Task Force (WCDTF). Read more
Open mic night at The Cooperage, 7:30-10pm. Come early to sign up. Acoustic-style open mic is hosted by Mike Jung. BYOB. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.
Business Resource Fair at the Wayne County Park Street Complex, 7:30-11:30am. Hosted by Northeast Innovation Alliance. 570/253-5334.
Texas No. 4 Fire Company chicken BBQ, Grove St., 12noon-2pm. Drive-thru. Cost: $9.50. 570/253-0782.
Although he’s a former 4-H’er himself, Wayne County Commissioners Chair Brian Smith admitted on October 10 that he didn’t know that the county’s 4-H program had grown to be Pennsylvania’s second largest. Read more