Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, February 19, 2000, Image 55

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    In honor of Pennsylvania Governor Thomas Ridge and beverages and ice cream provided by Turkey Hill
Lancaster County Poultry Association serves lunch to Dairies. From left are members of the Poultry Associa
-125 people at the Water Street Rescue Mission, Lancas- tion > Carol and Nelson Groff with daughter Dana who is
ter. The Feb. 12th luncheon included chicken’donated the Poultr y Ambassador, Jay Shannon, Rich Roenigk,
by Pennfield, red beet eggs donated by R.W. Sauder Becky and Amanda Petit, and Tom Fox.
annual New York Farm Show
promises to be winter’s biggest
event for farmers. The North
east’s largest indoor farm show
brings some 400 agribusinesses,
in five buildings, to the New
York State Fairgrounds, Feb.
24-26. Show hours Thursday
through Saturday are 8:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m. The New York Farm
Show is one-stop shopping at its
best. Want to know what’s new
in milking equipment and parlor
design? The New York Farm
Show will show you.
Representatives from major
equipment manufacturers can
explain all there is to know
about “iron.”
What about new computer
software for cropping, produc
tion and accounting? You’ll find
that, too.
“New York Farm Show is a
great opportunity to see differ
ent manufacturers and compare
what they have to offer,” says
Scott Grigor, farm show mana
ger. “Farmers can find out
what’s happening in chemicals,
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I J\AH Type* Interior/Exterior
I Including Aerial Work
Specialists in Sand Blasting and
Spray Painting Farm Buildings,
Feed Mills, Roofs, Tanks, Etc.
Also Roof Coating - Water Blasting
Fisher’s Painting
4056 A Newport Rd., Klnzers, PA 17535
On Rt. 772 Across From Pequea Valley School
>in maia taqia
Farm Tour
The Best Escorted Vacations, You’ll Ever Find
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Departs every Tuesday, January 16 through January 30, 2001
Includes airfare Hawaiian owned hotels, transfers, baggage
handling. Escort flying with you from island to island, staying in
OAHU, HAWAII (Kona & Hilo), MAUI & KAUAI Sightseeing
includes Honolulu City Tour with Pearl Harbor, Volcano National
Park, Kona Coffee Plantation Tour, Parker Cattle Ranch Museum,
Orchid Nursery, Macadamian Nut Factory Tour, Wailua Riverboat
Cruise, Fern Grotto, Guava Plantation, plus more as listed in
brochure .'X--
Open Sunday - PPOD - Groups Welcome
1 . 800-888-8204
Our 33rd Year - Over a million satisfiedj^ustomers_
New York Farm Show Set Next Week
equipment and services. It’s one
stop shopping at its best.”
Discover software packages to
use for financial and production
records, advantages of yield
monitors and global positioning
and advancements in corn hy
brids and crop protectants.
W. PITTSTON (Luzerne Co.)
-Penn State Cooperative Exten
sion of Luzerne County in coop
eration with the NE Regional
Pennsylvania Department of
Health is sponsoring a two-hour
training for child care providers.
Cooperative Extension, Luzerne
County is the approved trainer
for the Department of Public
“Improving Nutrition and
Managing Food Allergies in
Training For Child Care Providers
Let us give you a price!
Daniel’s Painting
637-A Georgetown Rd.
Ronks, PA 17572
(or leave message)
(717) 687-8262
Spray on and Brush in Painting
In addition, New York Farm
Show hosts special farm health
and safety displays and a cap
tivating array of antique tractors
and farm toys.
New York Farm Show is
sponsored by the Northeast
Equipment Dealers Association
Childcare Settings” workshop
will be held on Thursday,
February 24, from 7:00-9:00
p.m. at the Penn State Coopera
tive Extension Office, 16 Luz
erne Avenue Suite 200 in West
Pittston. Participants will re
ceive parent handouts and les
son plans.
All attending will receive 2
credit hours for Registered Child
Care Providers for each session.
The cost of each program is
$5.00, which includes handouts.
Lancaster Farming, Saturday. February 19. 2000-BIS
and American Agriculturist
Magazine. Tickets are available
free from New York State farm
equipment dealers or by writing
New York Farm Show, P.O. Box
3470, Syracuse, NY 13220. In
clude a self-addressed, stamped
legal envelope with your request.
Registration deadline is Feb
ruary 21,2000.
For information to register,
call Penn State Cooperative
Extension Luzerne County at
825-1701 or 602-0600.
Pennsylvania Teen
Second Runner-Up
(Continued from Page B 12)
with lengths of felt and embroi
dery floss.
According to MIYWW rules,
only 100-percent wool or a blend
with 60-percent wool in it is
Entrants are required to
attach a swatch of fabric when
they mail an application to the
state directors. These are later
available to the panel of judges.
Directors for the Pennsylvania
MIYWW are Jodell Antram,
Somerset, and Peggy Black,
Antram reported that the Penn
sylvania Sheep and Wool Grow
ers Association with the Pa. De
partment of Agriculture, con
tributed to transportation of the
contestants to Denver.
Persons of any age may enter
MIYWW. The four divisions are
preteen, junior, senior, and
The preteen winner doesn’t
Stainless Steel
Food for Profit
Seminars To
Be Held
By Penn State
BEAVER (Beaver Co )-Have
you considered opening a home
based food business, but aren’t
sure how to get started? Penn
State Cooperative Extension is
conducting a seminar for those
who own or who are considering
opening up a home-based food
Two seminars will be held
from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at two
different sites. You can choose to
attend either the session in
Cranberry Township conducted
at the Butler County Commun
ity College on Tuesday, Feb. 22,
2000 or the one in Indiana
County at Aging Services Inc.,
Oak Place Community Center,
Indiana on Thursday, February
24, 2000. The cost of the pro
gram is $49.00.
Workshops will address what
it’s like to own a food business,
developing a game plan, market
ing and pricing your product,
laws and regulations required of
a home-based food business, and
food handling and safety issues.
For more information, call
your local Cooperative Exten
sion Office at (724) 774-3003.
advance. The adult winner is
judged at Nationals by submit
ting a photograph.
“It got a little homesick,”
admitted Stennett, “but it was a
good experience. They don’t have
Eat’N Parks.”
A Kansas girl won, followed
by the girl from Oklahoma. By
coincidence, Stennett and her
Kansas counterpart were room
mates. “As soon as I saw the girl
in my room, I knew she was
going to win.” said the runner
Antram said some 32 girls
were in junior division competi
tion and 29 were in senior com
With her husband, David
Antram, Jodell accompanied the
Pennsylvania winners to Denver.
Stennett is Diane Carson’s
daughter. The teenager also
sews with her grandmother,
Loretta Carson, who for the last
five years has been a 4-H leader.
• Heat Home, Hot Water, Outbuildings
• No Fire Danger or Chimney Worries
• Forced Air or Hot Water Heating
• 3 Sizes -18 Colors
• Forced Draft - Ash Auger Clean-out
• Wood or Coal Grates
• High Efficiency - Clean Burning
• 10 Year Corrosion Warranty
• Financing & Dealerships Available
Outback Heating Dist.