Bible School Begins Monday

STOCKTON – The Stockton Community Church, 4554 W. Railroad Ave., will host a vacation Bible school from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday-Friday for pre-kindergarten children, age 4 through grade school children who have completed grade 6. Registration will be from 8:30-9 a.m. The theme is ”Jesus to the Rescue.” Featured will be Bible stories, songs, crafts, games and refreshments. Various community rescue volunteers will bring their equipment to demonstrate their services. Offerings received during the week will benefit Aly Houser and her missions trip to Uganda. All children must be registered the first day of attendance and accompanied by a parent or adult.

Class Of ’73

To Meet July 6

WARREN – The Warren Area High School Class of 1973 will celebrate its 40th class reunion on July 6, Information regarding the current status of several classmates is needed. They are Avis Anderson, Elizabeth Gibbs Barnes, Nancy Bennett Baughman, Burdette Chapel, Joan Sedon Christianson, Gloria Dingeldein, Bonnis Meadows Florcmosky, John Haight, Barb Snavely Hendricks, Kimio Nelson, Lynn Hodas Pierotti, Burton Russell, Dave Slater, William Urbanski, Barbara Hollister Walters, James Williams and Merton (Ted) Wood. If you are a class of 1973 graduate and have not received an invitation, contact Diane Anderson gustafson at (814)723-2338 or Darlene Littlefield Anderson, (814)230-7067.

TEA Party Group To Meet Tuesday

LAKEWOOD – Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots will hold its monthly general meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Lakewood American Legion, 174 Chautauqua Ave., Lakewood. Featured speaker will be Kelly Cirten of People Against the NDAA, a citizen group against the National Defense Authorization Act. The NDAA authorizes indefinite military detention, without charge or trial, of any person, including American Citizens. The “Law of War” is applied to U.S. soil, making the United States legally a battlefield. Updates also will be presented on the FairTax and Flat Tax, ObamaCare and Common Core. The public is invited to attend.

Library To Hold Open House

ELLINGTON – The Farman Free Library, Ellington, will host an open house from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday. The public is invited to view the newly awarded Junior’s and Children’s books from the Libri Foundation. Many of the books will be featured in the Summer Reading Program. Light refreshments will be served.

Ross Grange

To Meet Monday

FALCONER – Michele Fairbanks, an EMT/paramedic from Gerry Fire Department, shared items of safety with Ross Grange members at their June 10 meeting. She urged folks to stay put after a fall in case of a broken bone and to get help. A lifeline device is helpful to many. Everyone should have a list of medications and health care information, along with a non-hospital “Do Not Resuscitate” form, if needed, where volunteers can gain access to them. She answered many questions from the group. It was noted June is National Safety Month. Members voted a donation to Gerry Fire Department in appreciation of Fairbanks’ presentation. Correspondence included thank-yous from Makayla Keefe, Gordon and Mary Carlberg, and an invitation to participate in the Falconer Farmers’ Market. Bob Goodwin thanked members for helping with the float for Memorial Day parades. Pictures of Grange activities were on display. The next meeting will be Monday at the Falcon’s Nest Banquet Hall.