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Muncy and Hughesville Locals 6.3

June 3, 2020
by Cindy Knier , The Luminary

Congratulations to all area graduates, as this week documents the beginning of a very different commencement program for all involved. The Luminary extends our best wishes for the classes of 2020!

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Beginning this week, donations will resume in accepting clean clothing and household items at Son Light House, 130 Carpenter Street, Muncy. Donation days are Monday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7-10 a.m.

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Pat McConnell tends to the sausage grill during last Friday’s fundraiser at the Hughesville Fire Company. This Friday, June 5, will be the final evening to purchase food fare from 5-8 p.m.

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Brooke Bishop and Greg Stine, those folks behind Muncy's newest restaurant-Basil Wood-Fired Kitchen and Lounge, are organizing a "Sunday brunch farmer's market," beginning Sunday, June 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The former carnival grounds will be the event site, which will feature live music, local produce and artisans, brunch and beverages. Social distancing guidelines are encouraged. Vendors interested in event information should contact 570.757.7216 or e-mail brooke@basilwoodfired.com.

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Do you have an ever-growing accumulation of electronics that are no longer useful, broken or outdated? Well, good news! KVS is hosting an "e-cycling" event on Saturday, June 6. Bring items such as desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smart phones, printers, networking gear, stereos, DVD players, cameras, and gaming systems that have suffered from the red ring of death during the hours of 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to 71 West Water Street, Hughesville to unload your unwanted electronics. Please note that televisions and household appliances will NOT be accepted. The event benefits the Hughesville Rotary Club, so toss a few dollars to a Rotary member in appreciation.

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Carnivals and fairs may have been canceled this summer, but that doesn't mean we'll have to miss dining on foods associated with those events. Thanks to volunteers in the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department, scrumptious food fare became available for public consumption via the drive-thru pick-up method the last two Fridays and will continue this Friday, June 5. Beginning at 5-8 p.m. or until food runs out, the fire company is accepting cash only for menu items such as hot sausage sandwiches, chicken fingers, fish sandwiches, hot dogs, cheeseburgers and fresh-cut French fries. It's recommended to arrive early at the fire hall by entering through the end of the parking lot near the intersection of South Railroad and West Academy streets.

 
 

 

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