APRIL 2012Spring has sprung at the Meadows Nursingand Rehabilitation CenterArtists above, first row from left are: Jennifer Walton, Karli Cimino, Jessica Conydon, CarlyManganello, Kaitlin Kean and Kirby Szalkowski. Standing above from left are: Erica Luzetski,Kassandra Michno, Taylor Davies and Kalie Lindbuchler.With help from Dallas High School Art students, Spring has sprung at the Meadows Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Dallas. Students painted “Spring” scenes on windows and doors throughout the center.Residents, staff, friends & family love to watch the students paint and enjoy the artwork for weeks. Thiscommunity service project is under the direction of Dallas High School Art teacher, Claire Morris. TheMeadows is very lucky to have such talented students in the community.The Greatest Show was recentlySee insideheld at Wycallis Elementarypage 20For more than 7 years, the Wycallis ElementarySchool students in the Dallas School District, havecreated wonderful performances - complete with art,music and phyical activities. This year’s performanceleft families, friends and faculty members on the edgeof their seats, while close to 100 students performedthe Greatest Show in the Back Mountain, “WycallisCircus Extravaganza”. Students performed in 3 ringscomplete with clowns, lions, monkies, elephants andeven an animal clean-up crew. In photo are: Mr. PaulReinert, principal along with students who welcomedthe large crowd of visitors to see the greatest show.

Community News April 2012 Page 2Kingston Township Spring Clean-up SALS danceannouncedannouncedSpring Cleanup will be held at the Kingston Township PublicWorks Facility, 225 East Center Street, Shavertown, starting Monday, May 7, 2012 through Saturday, May 12, 2012. The cleanup isopen to Kingston Township residents only.Hours are 11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Monday, May 7th, Wednesday, May 9th and Friday, May 11th. Hours are 7:00 A.M. to 3:00P.M. Tuesday. May 8th and Thursday, May 10th hours on Saturday,May 12th are 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.The following items will not be accepted: household trash orgarbage; recyclable items such as newspapers, plastics, bi-metalliccans, clear and colored glass, tree stumps, rocks; construction debris;toxic substances but not limited to paints, solvents, automotive fluids,fertilizers, medical waste or any chemicals. Other items not acceptedinclude All electronics such as TVs, computers etc; Tires, washers,dryers, refrigerators, freezers, furnaces, stoves, microwaves, waterheaters, or other large appliances. Air conditioners or dehumidifiersthat are not tagged with a certified sticker from a professional statingthat the freon has been removed will not be accepted. Please presenttattered American Flags to the staff for proper disposal.Proof of Township residency is required to obtain a coupon. Allresidents are required to obtain a coupon prior to dropping off anymaterials in accordance with the following fee schedule:Cares / SM SUV’S 5.00 / 3 trip limit or 10.00 / unlimited vans/midsize SUV’S 10.00 / 2 trip limit or 25.00 / unlimited largetrucks 35.00 / 1 trip limit large SUV’S / cargo vans / 1 trip limittrailers 35.00 / 1 trip limit. Vehicles over 1 ton 90.00 / 1 trip limit.Harveys Lake AmericanLegion Post 967 Sons of theAmerican Legion will be hosting an evening of fun, food anddance on Saturday, April 14thfrom 7pm until midnight withkaraoke DJ Tracey Dee Cee.This no cover charge eventis being held at the post homelocated at 4907 Memorial Highway, Harveys Lake.Center StreetBridgeReplacementThe East Center StreetBridge Replacement Project isset to begin on April 16, 2012.Those seeking access to EastCenter Street from Route 309will be detoured to East FranklinStreet then down Main Street toEast Center Street.This project is scheduledto be completed in September2012.Songs For AllSeasonsThe Fine Arts Series ofShavertown United MethodistChurch will present “Songs forall Seasons,” on Sunday, April29, at 7:00 PM. . Featured willbe vocal and bell choirs fromSUMC and guests. Special guestwill be Gideon Gaitano, tenor;pastor of the New Life Community church.A free willoffering will be taken and a reception will follow the concert.The church is located at 163 N.Pioneer Ave. in Shavertown. Formore info., call 675-3616.Men’s BreakfastGroup meets atIremThe Back Mountain Men’sEcumenical Group meets atthe Irem Country Club for theirweekly breakfast meetings at8:00 a.m. on Tuesdays.All men are welcome tojoin the group as they share fun,fellowship and faith.Hillside RoadClosureNews from PennDOT:Hillside Road near theFarmers’ Inn in Jackson Township will be closed beginningMarch 19, 2012.The road repairs will takeapprox. four (4) months to complete. Please plan your drivingroute accordingly.KinstonTownship EasterEgg Hunt plannedThe Kingston Township Recreation Commission will hold theAnnual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 7, 2012 at 1:00 pmat the Center Street Park Fieldlocated at 180 E. Center Street,Shavertown.The eventis sponsored by the KingstonTownship Board of Supervisorsfor resident children of KingstonTownship. Proof of residency isrequired for admission.

Community News April 2012 Page 3KingstonTownshipannouncesSpring YardWaste PickupSpring Yard Waste / BaggedLeaf Pickup will be held April16th thru April 20th (weatherpermitting) between the hours of7:00 am and 3:00 pm, Mondaythru Friday. Yard waste and/orbagged leaves shall be placedcurbside for pickup. Yard wasteconsists of sticks / twigs andleaves. No grass clippings.Huntsville United Methodist Churchplans breakfastThe Huntsville United Methodist Church, 2355 Huntsville Road,Shavertown, will host a breakfast on Saturday, April 14, from 8 am- 11 am. Kids and Seniors are FREE. Adult ticket is 7. Breakfastincludes scrambled eggs, sausage, home fries, pancakes, toast and abeverage.Friends of the Library announceannual luncheon dateThe Friends of the Back Mountain Memorial Library have setThursday, April 26 for their annual Luncheon With A Special Author.The event will take place at the Appletree Terrace, Newberry Estate,Dallas beginning at 11:00 a.m. Tickets will be 26.00 per person.

Community News April 2012 Page 4Dallas Lions Club Club 2012 Hometown Hero ProjectThe deadline to submitsponsorship forms for the 2012Dallas Lions Hometown HeroProject is Saturday, April 14,2012.The project was designedto be a one year event, but therehave been numerous requests forparticipation in the project forone more year. The project willonce again be a tribute to thosemen and women from the BackMountain that have or are presently serving our country in anybranch of the military. Each banner is unique and honors a specific honoree. The banner wouldinclude a picture of the serviceman or woman in uniform,branch of service and era ofservice. Photos may be in blackand white or in color. Becausethe photo will be enlarged to 27inches x 20 inches the quality ofthe picture on the banner may beaffected.The banners will beplaced mostly in Dallas Borough.Placement of the banners will bedone at random. Importantly,there will be NO expense for themunicipality. Ideally the bannerswould be placed on MemorialDay and displayed through Veterans Day. At the conclusion ofthe program the banners will begiven to their family members.The sponsorship for each banneris 200. Family members andloved ones of service men andwomen may purchase a bannerthemselves or obtain sponsorship by a local business. Shoulda family wish to purchase a banner the family name will appearon the bottom of the banner.Businesses who wish to sponsora banner could have their nameat the bottom of the banner. TheLion’s cost of the banner and themounting fixtures is 189. Obviously, the Lions are operating with a very narrow budget.With this in mind, if you do nothave a particular service man orwoman to sponsor but would liketo support the project, any contribution would be greatly appreciated. This project is certainlynot a fund raiser for the DallasLions. Any and all proceeds thatwould be realized, after all expenses, would be donated to the1st Lieutenant Michael J. ClearyFoundation which helps returning veterans in a variety of waysincluding rehabilitation, workwith handicapped veterans andhelp with families of fallen veterans etc.Sponsorship forms areavailable at the following BackMountain locations: Dallas Borough Office, Frontier Communications Office, Dallas AmericanLegion Post #672, Back Mountain Memorial Library, andNAPA Auto Parts, Dallas.The Dallas Lions Clubwould once again like to thankthe Dallas Borough Council forproviding us the opportunity topursue our program. A very special thanks to Frontier Communications for their involvementin this project. Without theirhelp in placing and removing thebanners this project would notbe possible.The 2012 Dallas LionsHometown Heroes Program isjust a small way of saying andshowing our thanks and appreciation to the veterans who bothpast and present have defendedand protected our freedom. TheLions also express their thanksto the veteran’s family members,friends, neighbors and businesses for their previous support.For any additional information please contact projectchairman Don Berlew at any ofthe following: .com. or DallasLions, P.O. Box #54, Dallas, Pa.18612. Once again, we will beable to accept sponsorships toApril 14, 2012.Shown in photo, from left, Ted Wilson, Frontier Communications; Wayne Devine, Frontier Communications; and Don Berlew, Lions Project chairman.Blue Chip Animal Rescue Collection Drive was recentlyheld throughout Dallas School DistrictAbove in photo, kneeling left to right are: Sara Evans, dog Nugget and Arnie Brodhead. Standingbehind left to right are: School Counselor Robyn Jones, PTSO Parents Bonnie Stachnik and LauraHarrison, Jessi Mendoza and PTSO parent Laura Stearns.Visit our website atwww.communitynewsonline.netThe Dallas High School PTSO Steering Committee in conjunction with the Guidance Department, recently held a Blue Chip Animal Rescue Collection Drive from March 5th to March 9th in all of the District’s schools. Students and faculty members donated items needed for the Blue Chip Animal Rescue.

Community News April 2012 Page 5PresentationCub Scout Pack 155 of Trucksville recently held their annual Pinewoodon Hanson’sDerby RaceAmusementPark announcedThe Back Mountain Historical Association will hold a presentation on Hanson’s Amusement Park on Wednesday, April18th from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pmin the Lemmond Theater on theMisericordia University campus.The event is open to the Public.Back MountainChamber’sBusiness andCommunityExpo plannedThe Back Mountain Chamberof Commerce will be conductinga 2012 Business and CommunityExpo on Wednesday, April 18thfrom 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm in theSandy & Marlene Insalaco Hallon the Misercordia Universitycampus. The event is open to thePublic.AnnualEaster EggHuntannouncedThe Son’s of The AmericanLegion 672, along with the Ladies Auxiliary of the DaddowIssac Dallas American LegionPost 672, will host an easteregg hunt inside the post home,on Saturday, April 7 starting at1pm. The Easter Bunny will arrive, courtesy of the Dallas FireCompany and will make an appearance for boys and girls upto the age of 7.Pizza and juice will be available and prizes will be given.There will be an opportunity tohave photos taken with the Easter Bunny. Parents, grandparents,families and friends should bringtheir cameras and come out andhave Easter Tradition some fun!For information call the Posthome (570) 675-6542 or John M.Emil, Sr., at (570) 762-3184.Cub Scout Pack 155 of Trucksville recently held their annual Pinewood Derby Race. Cub Scouts from the Pack’s Lion, Tiger, Wolf, Bearand Webelos Dens competed against each other to see which car was the fastest. Douglas Newbigging from the Wolf Den recorded the fastest time and won first place with Jacob Calkins from the Webelos coming in second and David Kottler from the Lions placing third. Carswere also judged for Best of Show. The trophy for that category went to Sammy Santangelo from the Bear Den. The Pack also conductedit’s second annual “Fun Run” which allowed the Cub Scout’s dads, moms, brothers and sisters to compete. Winning the first place trophythis year was Assistant Cubmaster Russ Banta with Doug Newbinging, Assistant Wolf Den Leader coming in second and Todd Calkins, Assistant Webelos Den Leader coming in third. Participants in this year’s race are shown in the photo and include (first row left to right) JackCostello, Carter Thompson, Austin Sowga, Ethan Shilanski, Jonah Storrs, David Kottler and Steven Kollar, (second row left to right) CharlieCastellino, Dan Jones, Heath Jones, Vince Vespico, Nathan Ostroski, Alex Jennings, Dennis Dukinas, Nathan Collins, Nick Zaboski, MattCheskiewicz, Ryan Hunt, Jack Calkins, Nicholas Godin, Thomas Figura, Joseph Sowga, Jacob Banta, Christopher Campbell, Lucas Tomko,Brendon Austin, (third row left to right) Rick Ostroski, Russ Banta, Erik Sowga, Doug Newbinging, Sheryl Kollar, Jack Kottler, BrandonFleschut, Jacob Calkins and Todd Calkins.Valentine King & Queen celebration at Meadows NursingKingstonTownship Spring and Rehabilitation CenterA Valentine’s Day Celebraclean-up planned tion was held at MeadowsKingston Township’s AnnualSpring Clean-Up will be held thefirst full week of May startingon Monday, May 7 to Saturday,May 12.Join Kingston Township nowon facebook. Our goal is to communicate important information to the residents of KingstonTownship such as spring cleanup, summer recreation, upcoming community events and more.To sign up, send an email to:[email protected] add email list in the subjectline. To become a friend on facebook, search Kingston Township. Look for the orange andblack logo.Nursing and RehabilitationCenter, Dallas, on Tuesday,February 14, 2012.Every year a King andQueen is voted for bystaff, volunteers, familiesand fellow residents. Thisyear’s winners were Michael Milunich and OliveMcDonald. Residents celebrated with special valentine treats and enjoyed thevery talented Sara Smithwho is an expert harpist.Shown are: King andQueen: Michael Milunichand Olive McDonald. Behind seated is harpist, SaraSmith.

Community News April 2012 Page 6Dallas Alzheimer’sSupport Groupmeets monthlyThe Dallas Alzheimer’sSupport Group now meets oncea month. Meetings are held inthe Board Room of the MeadowsNursing Center, 55 West CenterHillRoad,Dallas.Join us the first Thursday ofeach month at 10:30 a.m. until12:30, followed by lunch at alocal restaurant. Call 675-8600formoreinformation.CommunityYard SaleThe Huntsville UnitedMethodist Church will host aCommunity Yard Sale on Saturday, April 28th from 8 am - 4pm. VENDORS ARE WANTED! 10 to rent a space. Refreshments will be available.Lots of items for everyone!Please call Kris for more detailsat 477-3748.Annual Rummage sale atLake-Lehman High SchoolSaturday, April 14th is Lehman Last Knight’s 1st Annual Rummage sale at the Lake-Lehman High School, from 9 AM to 2 PM.Spaces available 10’ X 10’ indoor space 10, vendor set up at 7AM. Vendors provide their own tables. If Interested in spaces makeyour check payable to: Lake-Lehman Last Knight and please mailto: Lake- Lehman School District, 1128 Old Route 115, Lehman, Pa18627, attention Last Knight Rummage sale. Include your name,address, phone number and number of spaces needed. Proceeds benefit Lake-Lehman Last Night Lock In.This group of parents and student seniors will attend the Lock-Inon graduation night, the deadliest night for our seniors. We’re planning this event to keep them safe while having their last night together as the senior class. The evening includes games, prizes, food,music and fun.GET SET FORA GREAT SEASON!When you advertise all that yourGolf Course has to offerin the Back Mountain &Tunkhannock Community News!Take advantage of a specialadvertising rate program and placeyour ad throughout the Spring &Summer months!For more information andto place your advertisingcall Lisa at 674-7772Email:[email protected] online:www.communitynewsonline.netNext deadline to place your ad:Tunkhannock - April 10Back Mountain - April 23

Community News April 2012 Page 7All you can eatpancake supperannouncedCub Scout Pack 155, chartered by the Trucksville UnitedMethodist Church, will be hosting an all-you-can-eat pancakesupper on April 21 at the Churchat 40 Knob Hill Rd, Trucksville.Dinner will be served 4:30to 7pm. Tckets priced at 7.00for Adults and 4.00 for kidsunder 12. For advanced ticketscontact Russ Banta at 696-2833.BobackAnnounces AprilSatellite HoursRep. Karen Boback (RColumbia/Luzerne/Wyoming)today announced her satelliteoffice schedule for the month ofApril.“My satellite offices are awonderful tool for people seeking state government assistance,” said Boback. “Citizenscan expect the same services atmy satellite locations as theywould receive in either of myfull-time offices.”A member of Boback’s staffwill be available on the following dates and times: Thursday,April 12: 9 a.m. to noon at theNorthern Columbia Communityand Cultural Center, 42 Community Drive in Benton. Wednesday, April 25: 10 a.m. to 1 the Shickshinny Senior Center, 19 West Vine St. in Shickshinny.Individuals who cannot attend the satellite hourscan contact either of Boback’sfull-time district offices, located in Sweet Valley at (570)477-3752 or in Tunkhannock at(570) 836-4777. Residents cancall toll-free at (800) 278-3930.State forms are available at, and information isalso posted at notedthat satellite hours in April aresubject to change if there is inclement weather. In the case ofinclement weather, citizens maycontact either of Boback’s fulltime offices to verify the satelliteoffice schedule.

Community News April 2012 Page 8Seeking vendors Harveys LakeThe Huntsville United Methodist Church, 2355 Huntsville AmericanRd, Shavertown, needs vendors Legion Post 967for the Community Yard Sale onSaturday, April 28 - from 7am SAL, announces- 3pm. Cost is 10 for reservedmeetingspace.Please call Kris at 477-3748to reserve your spot today.Wyoming SemAnnouncesUpper SchoolDean’s ListWinter TermWyoming Seminary DeanJay Harvey has announced theBack Mountain students namedto the Upper School Dean’s Listfor the winter trimester of the2011-2012 academic year.Dean’s List High Honors:Sai Abhishek, Shavertown; Gabrielle Coslett, Harveys Lake;Matthew Doggett, Shavertown; Lauren Fernandez, Dallas; Bryden Gollhardt, Dallas;Frank Henry, Dallas; Jane Henry, Shavertown; Alex Kolessar,Shavertown; Andrew Levandoski, Dallas; Tyler Martin, Shavertown; Logan May, Dallas; Danielle Melnick, Dallas; MadisonNardone, Shavertown; AdamO’Brien, Hunlock Creek; KellyPlatt, Dallas; Ashlyn Reiser,Shavertown; Adam Rinehouse,Shavertown; Amanda Schall,Hunlock Creek; Nathan Shearn,Wyoming; Emma Spath, Shavertown; William Thede, Dallas;Alannah Trombetta, Dallas; andZachary Wise, Shavertown.Dean’s List:Emma Bertram, Dallas; CorinneConyngham, Shavertown; JasonCurtis, Dallas; Kelley Gavin,Shavertown; Tyler Harvey,Trucksville; Joseph Kapolka,Dallas; Christopher Kim, Dallas; Nadine Malik, Shavertown;Kristen Mericle, Shavertown;Cecilia Norris, Shavertown;Harry Parkhurst, Trucksville;Julia Ridilla, Shavertown; Brandon Rome, Shavertown; andAlaina Schukraft, Dallas.Harveys Lake American Legion Post 967 Sons ofthe American Legion will meetMonday April 16 at 7:30 pm atthe post home located at 4907Memorial Hwy. All membersare requested to attend this meeting. Discussion will involve theupcoming Kid’s Fishing Derby.Food will be served after meeting. SemLower SchoolAnnouncesSecond TermHonor RollInterim Dean of WyomingSeminary Middle School, William Davis, has announced theBack Mountain students namedto the Academic High HonorRoll and Academic Honor Rollfor the second trimester of the2011-2012 academic year.High Honor Roll: Grade 6:Bobby Austin, Dallas; DuncanLumia, Dallas; Olivia Meuser,Shavertown; Daniel Paglia,Shavertown.Grade 7: Andrew Kim, Dallas;Michael Kim, Dallas; NicoleLukesh, Wyoming; David Nape,Shavertown; Andrew Schukraft,Dallas.Grade 8: Gabrielle Grossman,Shavertown; Elijah Miller, Dallas; Katherine Paglia, Shavertown; Jacob Ridilla, Shavertown; Megha Sarada, Dallas.Honor Roll: Grade 6: SamanthaBanks, Dallas; Arianna Bufalino,Dallas; Levi Sunday-Lefkowitz,Shavertown.Grade 7: Avery Conyngham,Shavertown; Alexandra Geyfman, Scranton; Gabriella Soper,Shavertown; Dominic Wright,Dallas.Grade 8: Dominique Coslett,Harveys Lake; Jake Kolessar,Shavertown; Jacqueline Meuser,Shavertown; and Leana Pande,Shavertown.

Community News April 2012 Page 9Fairmount Twp. Fire, AmbulanceCo. announces up-coming eventsJoin us on April 21, for our first of the season, All-You-Can-Eatham dinner, from 4:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. Adults are 9 and childrenare 4.50. Dinner includes ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, rolls, twovegetables, dessert and drink. On May 6, join us for an All-YouCan-Eat breakfast buffet, from 8AM - ? Cost 7 for adults and children are 3.50. We members of the local fire / ambulance companies, each year attempt to raise monies so we can better serve thecommunities and for the equipment needed in order to save lives.So please try and attend our events - your participation is greatlyappreciated.We are located 1/2 mile east of Rickett’s Glen State Park onRoute 118. For more information please call 477-3691.News from the Back MountainMemorial LibraryNational Library Week (April 9 to April 14) is a week setapart across the country to honor libraries, the services they provideand of course, to revere and thank you our patrons. As much asyou all enjoy reading, checking out what’s new and attending educational programs at the library, remember our staff also enjoys (andappreciates) the daily interactions and input we learn from you, too!The Back Mountain Memorial Library has arranged the following unique programs, specific to the Civil War era, during thisweek:Monday, April 9 at 7pm – Presentation by local resident, RichardUrban discussing Civil War OfficersAll week, April 9-14 – A traveling display on the Civil War,which is funded by the American legion and Women’s Auxiliary, willbe on exhibit here at the library. Visit this display at any time duringnormal library hours and get caught up on your Civil War facts!Tuesday, April 10 at 7 pm – “The Butler Brothers of WilkesBarre” presentation by Tony Brooks, Executive Director of the Wyoming Valley Historical Society, will explore the true story of twobrothers who fought on opposing sides of the Civil War.Saturday, April 14 at 3 pm – A portrayal of John Hay (Lincoln’sSecretary) leading up to the war by Hugh Taylor of the Lindhill Institute and songs of the era by talented vocalist John McDermott.All of the above programs are free, but space is limited. Call thelibrary at 675-1182 to register.The Back Mountain Memorial Library Auction is only threemonths away, but planning is already well underway. The next Auction meeting will be held on Thursday, March 29 at 7 pm at the library. Anyone interested in volunteering is welcome to attend thismeeting.Planning is only one part of the auction process equally important are the donations! Auction donations including glassware,jewelry (pairs of earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pins and rings) collectibles, odds and ends, lamps, dishes, knick-knacks and kitchenware are now being accepted. Call the library with any questionsand be sure to come to the front desk in the library before droppingoff any donations.Book donations are also accepted throughout the year. OurSlightly Read Bookshop has an increased amount of cookbooksavailable for purchase. The current sale on gardening and “do ityourself” books will continue through April. There are also greatdeals on their audio-visual materials and Danielle Steele books.The Back Mountain Memorial Library will be closing early at5:30 pm on Thursday, April 5 and will be closed all day on Friday,April 6 to celebrate Good Friday. The library will re-open on Saturday, April 7 at 9:30 a.m.

Community News April 2012 Page 10WELLNESSCOLUMNPresented by:Roberta Klein, LDN, DC,Albert Klein, D.C. andRoss Spencer, D.C.END HIP PAIN WITH CHIROPRACTICRemember the old ditty that goes, “the hip bone is connectedto the leg bone, the leg bone is connected to the .”? Well, it’s more thana catchy tune; it’s also an accurate anatomy lesson. Everything is connected, and spinal misalignments in the low back can trigger hip pain.It only takes one train car to skip the rail to derail an entire train. And itonly takes one misaligned spinal bone (vertebra) to launch a chain reaction, causing misalignment in the pelvis, hips and rest of the lower body.Fortunately, Drs. Klein and Spencer know how to get patients’ spinesback on track! A series of gentle maneuvers known as chiropractic adjustments realigns the hips and the spine.Drs. Klein and Spencer start by identifying the source of hip pain. Thisis accomplished by reviewing patients’ medical histories and conductingphysical examinations to determine if the discomfort is actually referredpain - meaning that its source is elsewhere in the body, such as the spine- or if it is, indeed, emanating from the hip joint itself.In one study published in the Journal of Manipulative and PhysiologicalTherapeutics, a patient undergoing chiropractic care experienced a “decrease in the pain and an improvement in the flexibility and strength thatled to an improved (walking) pattern and decreased pain.”To find out more about our chiropractic’s winning approach to endinghip pain and other disorders, call Drs. Albert Klein and Ross Spencer,chiropractors and holistic-care providers, at (570) 675-3833 today. Drs.Roberta & Albert Klein use a new Soft Touch Adjusting Technic withoutthe twisting or cracking. Your Spine is your Lifeline, as you protecting itwith Chiropractic. Nutrition counseling available (specializing in the AntiInflammatory diet).Roast TurkeyDinner & BakeSaleLoyalville UnitedMethodist Church on Saturday,April 14, 2012, serving 4:30P.M. - 6:30 P.M. Come and enjoy homemade food & great fellowship!Adults - 8/Children under12- 3.50. Takeouts available Call ahead/You may also leavea message with your name andphone no./# of dinners/pickuptime at call (570) 477-3521.Read the Community Newsonline at: for community newsupdates throughout the month. Tosubmit community news, email:[email protected] advertise call Lisa at674-7772Where Community Matters.It’s All Good News!Alderson United Methodist Churchplans breakfastFISHERMAN’S BREAKFASTJoin us on April 14, from 6 - 11 AM at the Alderson United Methodist Church, Pole 108 Lakeside Drive, Harveys Lake.Enjoy scrambled eggs, sausage, all-you-can-eat pancakes, andbeverage. Adults - 6; Child. 3. Tickets at the door - everyone’swelcome.

Community News April 2012 Page 11Your Local ProfessionalsProviding All Your Property Needs!!To place your ad, callLisa at (570) 674-7772or email:[email protected] online at www.communitynewsonline.netand follow the Community News on facebook.SPRING CLEAN-UPTrees Yard Shrubs Proper DrainageDecorative Chips Modified Dirt Top Soil & FillRESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL FREE ESTIMATESPA-041254CALL TODAY 570-836-3587New SafetyCourse Offeredfor MotorcycleRiding SeasonWith spring’s arrival,PennDOT reminds motorcyclistsof all skill levels that Pennsylvania residents with a motorcyclelicense or permit can enroll ina free course to enhance theirriding skills through the 2012Pennsylvania Motorcycle SafetyProgram (PAMSP).The program offers coursesfor new and experienced ridersat approximately 69 locationsacross the state. Courses are offered now through October. Afull schedule is available onlineat or call 1800-845-9533, Monday throughFriday, between 8 a.m. and noon.Riders are also encouraged tovisit, an interactive website designed specifically for motorcyclists.Joinus on facebookJoin the Community News on facebook by searching “Community News Back Mountain & Tunkhannock” or visit our website and become a friend.Send your community news, photographs, updates and information to: [email protected]

Community News April 2012 Page 12Legion LogbookI was talking to JoeDwinchick of the Lions Clubconcerning the Dallas Lions2012 Hometown Hero Project.The submission date has beenextended to Saturday, April 14.The project once again will promote a tribute to those men andwomen from the Back Mountainthat have or presently are serving our country in any branchClarence J. Michaelof the military or also any relativePast Commanderor friend who originally lived inDallas American Legionthe Back Mountain. This projectPost 672is a street pole banner program.The banner will include a picture of the serviceman or woman inuniform. The banners this year will be placed mostly in the DallasBorough. Placement would ideally placed on Memorial Day anddisplayed until Veterans Day.At the conclusion of the program the banners will be given tothe sponsors. Each banner will cost 200. The cost to the Lions isapproximately 189, so they are operating on a very narrow margin.Any and all proceeds that would be realized after the expenses wouldbe donated to the 1st Lieutenant Michael J. Cleary Foundation,which helps veterans in a wide variety of ways, working with handicapped veterans, helping families of fallen veterans etc. Sponsorshipforms are at Dallas American Legion Post 672, NAPA Dallas AutoParts, Back Mountain Memorial Library, Dallas Borough Office, andFrontier Communications Office. For additional information pleasecontact Don Berlew at 675-4360. Please support this worthwhileproject. Kudos to the Lions Club.Essay Contest winners Drew Harding and Kayla Koziol willbe honored at the next Legion meeting, April 3. All Legi

Manganello, Kaitlin Kean and Kirby Szalkowski. Standing above from left are: Erica Luzetski, Kassandra Michno, Taylor Davies and Kalie Lindbuchler. With help from Dallas High School Art students, Spring has sprung at the Meadows Nursing and Reha-bilitation Center, Dallas. Students painted "Spring" scenes on windows and doors throughout the .