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Rally for Veterans planned

The SGC Rally For Our Veterans will be begin at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Clarendon VFW/AMVETS of 22 Brown Ave, Clarendon.

The public ages 21 and over is invited to attend. The FUNdraising will include a live drawing of five winning 50-50 tickets of up to $500 cash prize each with an equal amount donated to the Allegheny Valley Veterans Center, supportive housing for homeless.

For more information on the AVVC visit https://avvc.us/ . Live rock music will be provided from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. by The Hallow Society band of Western New York. For more details, email TheHallowSocietyBand@gmail.com or visit www.Facebook.com/SupportShawnCastro

Welcome sign to be

unveiled

Pastor Tom Harrison of Lottsville United Methodist Church presents the newly restored welcome sign on Tuesday. The restored sign will be on display at Lottsville UMC’s Annual Pancake Day fundraiser. Pancakes will be served, along with sausage, butter and real maple syrup, from 7 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the church, 71 Lottsville Niobe Road in Freehold Township.

Harrison, who was appointed pastor in July, is a retired award-winning news editor whose 35-year career in journalism began at the Corry Journal in 1984. For more information, call 419-236-7613

Chalk drawing planned Oct. 15

Starbrick Community Church, one block off Route 6 on Weiler Road in Starbrick will be thrilling people with a chalk drawing on a autumn and colors theme.

It’s awesome activity for both children and adults. Both children and adults are encouraged to participate. It is a activity you’d probably not see any where else locally. Children in past have had a good time with this. Art talent is not necessary. We make it plenty easy and perfection will never be required. A luncheon will follow the service and chalk drawing . Come join us in fellowship. We would honored to meet you.

This will take place Sunday, Oct. 15 at 10 a.m.

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