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    Sunday, May 6, 2012
THE DALLAS POST
PAGE 5
COOK’S HONORED BY FOOD PANTRY
Cook's Pharmacy in Shavertown was recently awarded a certificate of appreciation from the
Back Mountain Food Pantry. From left, are Phil Brown, food pantry volunteer; Rev. Roger Griffith,
food pantry board president; Frank Lombardo, pharmacy owner; Carol Eyet, food pantry manag-
er; and Meagan Simkulak, Cook's Pharmacy employee.
HILBERT’S HONORED BY FOOD PANTRY
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Hilbert's Tractor Store in Dallas was recently awarded a certificate of appreciation from the
Back Mountain Food Pantry. From left, are Carol Eyet, food pantry manager; Debbie Hilbert, Holly
Daubert, Hilbert's employee; Phil Brown, food pantry volunteer; Rev. RogerGriffith, food pantry
rd president. Second row, Michelle Greim, Keith Williams, Hilbert's employees.
Residents plan fire company fundraiser
Residents are gearing up for
their annual volunteer fire
company fundraiser and Me-
morial Day Parade.
The fundraiser will be held
Thursday, May 24 through
onday, May 28 in the Sweet
ey Volunteer Fire Depart-
a SS
t parking lot along Main
Road in Sweet Valley.
Township Supervisor and
Assistant Fire Chief Stan Da-
vis said the four-day event will
Jolley pens book
David A. Jolley, of Larksville, au-
thor of “A Good Cup of Cof
fee...Short-Time Major Leaguers &
Their Claims to Fame,” announces
that 20 percent of the purchase
price of the book benefits the Pan-
creatic Cancer Action Network.
The book highlights short-time
major league baseball players who
made lasting impressions in anoth-
er sport, succeeding in the enter-
tainment industry, setting records
or being involved in a strange or un-
usual occurrence.
Booksare available by calling Jol-
ley at 814-3385.
feature rides, food and live
music.
Davis said the festival is the
volunteers’ largest fundraiser
each year.
He said the department pro-
vides mutual aid services to
surrounding municipalities,
some of which do not have fire
companies of their own, and
that the department hopes for
a good turnout.
The parade will begin at 1:30
(Kingston Location Only)
p.m. on Monday, May 28.
Schoolhouse Road will be
closed for the parade partici-
pants to prepare for their
three-fourths mile hike down
Main Road to the fire depart-
ment.
The next board of supervi-
sors meeting will be held at 7
p.m. on Tuesday, June 12 in
the municipal building.
Jon O’Connell
Dallas Post correspondent
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Nicole Conklin and David
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families, announce their en-
gagement and approaching
marriage.
The bride-to-be is the
daughter of Suzanne and
Robert Michael Conklin, of
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