OCTOBER 2018 ISSUE

OCT2018 CoverSTRIPDO YOU KNOW YOUR FOOD?

If you are what you eat, you’re probably getting a little less American every day.  The United States’ food supply has become increasingly foreign over the past fifteen years.  A wide variety of fruits and vegetables are now available year-round, long after their seasons have passed locally.
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FALL WINE DINNERS IN HAWLEY

Fall is the perfect time for wine. Each fall Settlers Hospitality hosts wine pairing dinners that are educational, fun and most of all, tasty.
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HAUNTED HAYRIDES, PUMPKIN PAINTING, COSTUME PARTIES AND MORE

Coming off the very busy summer season, Woodloch Pines, an award-winning, all-inclusive family resort, appreciates the calm of fall.
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A NIGHT FOR THE CURE

On Sunday, October 21, 2018, Woodloch Pines Resort will host the 11th Annual A Night for the Cure. The tricky-tray fundraiser benefits the Susan G. Komen for the Cure as part of BK Hope Cures.
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TIPS TO HELP YOU GET YOUR HOME ORGANIZED THIS AUTUMN

We’ve all had that moment when we’re looking for something in our house and after minutes of searching, shoulders get heaved up and we say: “Well, it’ll turn up.”
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SEPTEMBER 2018 ISSUE

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TAKE IT EASY!

Don’t let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy! Sound familiar?  It’s a line from the Eagles’ song, Take it Easy.  And thanks to the Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, one of the most popular Eagles tribute bands in the country, Best of the Eagles, is coming to the Woodloch Pines Nightclub on Sunday, September 23rd.
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HONEYBEE FEST

The 4th Annual Narrowsburg Honeybee Festival celebrates the amazing Honeybee with a vendor market on Main Street, a bee expert panel discussion, gardening classes, honey tasting, delicious food and honey, a marching band and fun for kids!
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HAWLEY HARVEST HOEDOWN

On Saturday, October 13th, families, friends and visitors will gather in the charming town of Hawley, PA, for the town’s longest running seasonal festival, The Hawley Harvest Hoedown.
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PARENT OF A COLLEGE FRESHMAN?

Graduating high school and going to college can be an exciting and difficult phase for both parent and child. It’s a whole new chapter in life and a whole new world. For parents, it’s hard to let go and let their child exercise their independence.
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AUGUST 2018 ISSUE

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A FAMILY AFFAIR: FUN FOR ALL AGES

Wally Lake Fest is three days of fun, sun, sand and water on beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack and the surrounding region. From August 24th through the 26th, people of all ages attend the weekend-long event celebrating the third largest man-made lake in the state and all its 52 miles of shoreline has to offer.
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PAY ONE PRICE!  FAMILY FUN!

The 156th annual Wayne County Fair will be held at the Wayne County Fairgrounds on Route 191 North of Honesdale from Friday, August 3 through Saturday, August 11th.
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MUCKSTOCK

Calling all weekend warriors, crossfitters, bootcampers, gym goers and those that just like playing hard in the mud.
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SUMMER FOOD TIPS TO HELP IMPROVE HEART & OVERALL HEALTH

Looking to add some healthy variety to your diet this summer? Look no further!
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OMG: Odor, Mold & Germs

If you could see the air you’re breathing, you’d hold your breath!!  The science behind the solution to the sick home syndrome.  Read full article here

JULY 2018 ISSUE

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HOT GOOD STUFF TO DO THIS SUMMER

Many exciting events and activities take place in our area throughout the summer.  Mark your calendars and plan to spend time at one of them.  Read full article here

GET GRILLING

Check out these great burger recipes for grilling this summer.  Read full article here

LVCC RECOGNIZED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE

Lords Valley Country Club has retained its designation as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, an Audubon International program.
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OUTDOOR SUMMER MUSIC IN NEPA

Is there anything better than enjoying live music outdoors during the summer? We don’t think so, and luckily for us there are a myriad of great options all around the area.  Read full article here

HOW TO PREVENT MOLD…

While it is absolutely true that mold issues can occur anywhere, humid indoor conditions provide the optimal environment for mold to grow and thrive.
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JUNE 2018 ISSUE

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ROOTS & RHYTHM HEADLINER: THE SADIES

The cover of The Sadies’ new album is a powerful image of the northern lights made by photographer David Kilabuk in Pangnirtung, Nunavut, a sight few of us will ever get to behold with our own eyes. Yet the awe-inspiring natural beauty and mystery captured in the photo are an ideal reflection of the music contained within.
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PARKINSON’S: A Child’s Perspective

Michael J. Fox and Muhammed Ali have become the faces of Parkinson’s Disease since their diagnoses. Yet approximately one million Americans suffer from PD, and this number is expected to double in the next fifteen years.  Like Fox and Ali, all people suffering with this horrific disease have a story filled with their own triumphs and tribulations of PD, but without a celebrity platform, their stories remain unheard.
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ADDICTION IS LIKE AN AMUSEMENT PARK

The kids went to the amusement park because someone told them about it. The suggestion came from a friend’s older brother, or sister, or neighbor, or their own parent.  They all gave it great reviews and how the kids would love it.  Read full article here