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Honesdale

Professional Women of Sullivan County meeting

February 15, 2012

CRMC board room, networking 6pm, dinner 6:30pm ($22). Speaker: Camille Johnston. 845/693-4917.

Pisano to fill borough vacancy; Honesdale council defends budget

At their second meeting of the year, the Borough of Honesdale Council appointed Juanita Pisano to replace former council member Lee Garing who resigned, and selected Ed Langendoerfer, a former council member, as mayor of Honesdale.  Read more

eXtreme spelling bee fundraiser

February 25, 2012

"On Track for Literacy" competition for spellers from 6th grade to adult at Western Wayne Middle School. Raffles, refreshments, prizes & model train exhibit. Benefits literacy programs. 570/253-3221.

DIY cleaning products

January 28, 2012

Craft healthy & environmentally-friendly cleaning products using simple household items at Grace Episcopal Church, 3-5pm, $12 suggested. SkillShare event. 570/352-2488.

Visionary writing series

February 4, 2012

Poetry reading by Mary Greene & members of Upper Delaware Writers' Collective at The Sanctuary of Oils, 1:30-3pm. 570/468-4350.

'Mardi Gras on Main'

February 18, 2012

Costumes, floats & parade on Main St., 10am-4pm. 570/253-5492.

Waynepeace discussion

February 7, 2012

"Beyond Citizens United" at Wayne County Library, 5pm. waynepeace.org.

Entrepreneur developing Wayne broadband, empty storefront in Honesdale gets new life

Mike Morris of Beach Lake has a vision. He and his partner Stephen Smith of New York City are developing a broadband data system that will be housed at the former Sullum’s department store at 525 Main Street in Honesdale. When fully operational, the center will employ 20 technicians.  Read more

Technological stalking prevention

January 31, 2012

"Stalking: Know it. Name it. Stop it" at Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 7-8pm.

Women's Club meeting

January 26, 2012

Program: instruction on making a Valentine's Day craft at Visitor's Center, 1:30pm. Refreshments. 570/224-6240.

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