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RAISE YOUR VOICE

A singing group that has entertained the Lackawanna Valley for many years will welcome new members as it begins its season. “I think if you like singing and want to get to know other singers in your community, just come out and enjoy the time together,” R (read more)

Around Town

Brass Concert Countryside Community Church, 14011 Orchard Drive in Clarks Summit, will host a free concert Friday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. Stan Calafut’s The Brass Majors will perform hits made famous by Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass in a one-hour show. Coffee (read more)

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CLARKS SUMMIT POLICE ADD BIKE PATROL

Sickler’s Bike and Sports Shop donated a police-model bike to the Clarks Summit police department. David Kaplan, owner of the bike shop, provided the model with high-intensity search lights, siren, flashing warning signal and equipment pouch. Police Chief (read more)

Area Church Services

Send updates or additions about your Abingtons-area church to suburbanweekly@timesshamrock.com. Bethel United Methodist, 2337 Falls Road, Dalton. Sunday service, 9:30 a.m. 570-290-1799; atompkinsa@susumc.org. Pastor is Sandy Tompkins. Chinchilla United Me (read more)

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GATHERING PLACE COOKOUT

The Gathering Place board members look over the plans for a fundraiser to be hosted by State Street Grill in Clarks Summit on Monday, Sept. 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m. This cookout event will include hot dogs, hamburgers, cold salads, beer and non-alcoholic bevera (read more)

Calendar Submission Form

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MIXED-DOUBLES CHAMPS

Tim Aikman captured another mixed-doubles crown, pairing with Ann Lehman to take the Labor Day Blind-Draw Mixed-Doubles title with a win over Doug Klamp and Judy Downey. Aikman also captured the Scranton Tennis Club mixed-doubles title last month with Cie (read more)

TRAIL FIELD HOCKEY OFF TO A GOOD START

Courtney Dwyer knows how to start a field hockey season in style. The junior left wing for Lackawanna Trail knocked in five goals to pace the Lady Lions to a 10-1 victory over Abington Heights earlier this month, but was calm and cool about having so much (read more)

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FUTURE COMETS

Members of the Abington Heights football program took part in this year’s Future Comets football camp. (read more)

FALL SPORTS UNDERWAY

Last week in this space, Lackawanna Trail rang up a large field hockey victory over Abington Heights, the first meeting of the two high schools that are in the Suburban’s coverage area. It didn’t take long for Abington Heights to even the score, as the sc (read more)

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Snapshots

Lackawanna Trail lost to Dunmore, 26-7. PHOTOS ALICE STUFFLE (read more)

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TENNIS CHAMPS

Cierra Beck, Eamon Gibbons, Kiran Kumar, Diana Shields, and Diane Bailey were crowned singles champions in the Scranton Tennis Club (STC) Championships held recently. Beck overcame a stiff challenge from Abington Heights tennis coach Kelly Arp, winning 6- (read more)