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					                                                 moments in life that few others will share.
                                                 Whether you are holding someone’s hand
                                                 while they draw their last breath, perform-
                                                 ing CPR on a young father so he will be
                                                 there for his family or hearing the first cries
                                                 an infant takes, your presence brings com-
                                                 fort. It is something that should not be
                                                 taken lightly.

                                                 Michele Motichka, RN
                                                 Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator, St.

                                                                              Health Tip:
                                                 Mary’s Villa Nursing Home
                                                 Experience: 17 years
                                                 Education: Bloomsburg        Eat well; get
                                                 University                   plenty of rest and
                                                 On the Job: Coordinates        exercise regularly.

Warren Shotto, BSN, RN                           and completes MDS
                                                 assessments and care
Clinical Operations Manager of both the          planning for all residents and serves as
Inpatient Surgical/Oncology department and       insurance company liaison and assists in
the Outpatient Oncology department, Moses        supervising the Restorative Nursing
Taylor Hospital (MTH)                            department.
Experience: 18 years                             Personal: Lives in Roaring Brook Township
Education: University of Scranton                with husband, Richard; two sons.
On the Job: Represented MTH as co-               Member of St. Eulalia’s Church,
author of “Orchestrating a Change in             PTA of North Pocono School
Pressure Ulcer Prevention,” a presentation       District and Elmhurst
made nationally at the 2010 ANA confer-          Roaring Brook Township
ence in New Orleans. Oversees the day-to-        Fire Department social
day operations of the two units and man-         member. Likes to read and
ages a staff of 63 employees.                    enjoys the outdoors.
Person: Lives in Dunmore with wife, Pam;         On Nursing: There are so
six children.
                      Health Tip:
                                                 many paths and opportuni-
Enjoys reading,                                  ties in the nursing field.
                      Be proactive!
theater, cooking                                 Long-term care allows
                      Don’t wait until
and walking.
                                                 you to work with resi-
                      something goes
Founding board
                                                 dents for a longer
                      wrong to make a
member of
                                                 period time and
                      lifestyle change.
Sweet Charity
and Seasons of                                   become closer
Love at Good                                     with residents and
Shepherd.                                        their families. It
                                                 also allows you to
On Nursing: I chose nursing after living
                                                 assist short-term
through a series of devastating illnesses in
                                                 residents to return
my immediate family. I knew firsthand that
it is an important helping profession that       to the community
allows one to ease someone’s burden as           and independent
well as make a difference for the better.        living.
Being in this profession is a privilege that
allows you to be present for important

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Meet Mary Theresa Mazur:
Heart Disease Survivor and Advocate
                               school and elementary           health. I am living proof
                               school.                         that more community edu-
                                                               cation is needed to empow-
                               “In October 2008, I thought     er women and save lives.”
                               I was getting the flu. As I
                               tried to begin the day, I       According to the American
                               broke out in a cold sweat       Heart Association, coronary
                               and a hot flash,” relates       vascular disease causes one
                               Mazur.“I went to the emer-      death per minute, and that
                               gency room. A cardiac           accounts for more female
                               catheterization revealed a      lives than those lost to can-
                               serious blockage in my          cer, Alzheimer's and acci-
                               right coronary that was         dents combined. Heart dis-
                               opened with an angioplasty      ease is increasing in women

           azur recently       and a stent.”                   ages 35 to 45.“Developing a
           became a                                            heart healthy lifestyle will
          WomenHeart           “For me, the heart inci-        be a lifelong process with
Champion after graduat-        dent was a turning point        good days and bad days,”
ing from the prestigious       in my life. It forced me to     advises Mazur.“It takes time
annual WomenHeart              reevaluate priorities for       to develop new habits and
Science & Leadership           myself, my career and my
Symposium at the Mayo          family,” she says.“I will       Occupation: Workplace
Clinic. She is one of 55       never take my health for        Wellness Program Assistant
women heart disease sur-       granted, and I have new         at Marywood University.

                                                                                                          She’s A
vivors selected from a         sense of what it means to

                                                               Family: Husband, Jan;
nationally competitive         be healthy.” Mazur pro-         Children, Stephanie and
application process to         duced WVIA-TV's “Call the       Emily
become a leader to edu-        Doctor” for 11 years. In that

                                                               Resides: Old Forge
cate, advocate and support     role, she researched many
                                                               Hobbies: Healthy cooking,
her community on the issue     heart-related topics such as    reading, music, meditation,
of women and heart dis-        heart surgery, cholesterol,     travel, internet, social net-
ease.                          high blood pressure and         working and computer tech-
                               women and heart disease.        nology
WomenHeart is the nation’s     She prepared information        Age: 47
leading organization repre-    on the risks factors and
                                                               Education: Marywood
senting the 42 million         signs of a heart attack and
women living with or at risk   answered phone calls from                                            When it comes to taking care of you and your baby, Moses Taylor Hospital sets the standards for
for heart disease.“As a        viewers about their heart                                            our region. HealthGrades® honored us with its Maternity Care Excellence AwardTM for 2010/2011.
WomenHeart Champion, I         problems. So she says, “I       strategies in the kitchen. It
hope to empower others to                                      takes time to figure out
                                                                                                    Earning a 5-Star rating, the best possible from HealthGrades, puts us in the top 10% in the nation.
                               can't believe I didn't rec-
take charge of their heart     ognize the symptoms in          how to better manage                 But our state-of-the-art, nurturing Family Birthing Suites make Moses Taylor #1 with our families.
health for themselves and      myself! I truly believed I      stress and work exercise
their families,” says Mazur.   was too young to have           into the day. There is no end
She plans to graduate with     heart disease at age 45.        to what we can do to make
a Master's Degree in 2013,     Denial can be a powerful        improvements toward a
the same year her daugh-       and deadly emotion when         heart healthy lifestyle.”
ters will graduate from high
                                                                                                    700 Quincy Avenue, Scranton PA 18510
                               it comes to our heart                    –Erika A. Bruckner

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                                                                                                    570 340 2100    
Hit the Green to Go Red!                                              Know the
Lackawanna Co. Heart Ball                                             Stroke Signs
                                                                      Numbness or weak-
    he American Heart Association’s Lackawanna County                 ness of the face, arm

T   Heart Ball will have a touch of green! On May 21 at 6 p.m.,
    the ball will be held outdoors in a tented area overlooking
the 18th green at Glenmaura National Golf Course in Moosic. The
                                                                      or leg, especially on
                                                                      one side of the body
                                                                      Confusion, trouble
May date was chosen to bring attention to stroke prevention dur-      speaking or under-
ing National Stroke Awareness Month.                                  standing
                                                                      Trouble seeing in
Big Night Out
                                                                      one or both eyes
Guests will have a chance to bid on live and silent auction items.
Julanne Hogan, special events director, says “We have many vaca-      Trouble walking,
tion packages, paintings, artwork, personal experiences that are      dizziness, loss of bal-
‘priceless’ and autographed memorabilia, along with our many          ance or coordination
gift certificates for local restaurants and boutiques.”               Severe headache
                                                                      with no known
Fresh Faces                                                           cause
 A special appeal will be made in honor of the event’s child chair,   If these signs are
Jack Scarfo, the regional association’s youngest heart survivor. A    present, immediately
nursing professional from each area hospital will be honored. For     call 9-1-1.
more, call 570-822-9438 or visit!

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years. They both promote heart healthy living
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through their platforms.
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Linda is the deputy chief nurse executive and                                                            call 281.1042
the acting chief of geriatrics and extended care
services at the VA Medical Center in Wilkes-                                                                      100 Lincoln Ave. • Carbondale, PA
Barre. As a professional in health administration,                                                      
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Meet a Dynamic Duo!
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she knows the importance       years, Becky has won hun-              Harrisburg where she met
of maintaining good heart      dreds of local, state and              with senators and represen-
health. Linda also holds the   national pageant titles and            tatives about the importance
title of Mrs. Wilkes-Barre     plans to continue to com-              of three bills on the floor
and competed for Mrs. PA       pete in the future. Last year,         that promoted better nutri-
International. Her platform    she volunteered at the                 tion and more exercise in
is to promote volunteerism.    American Heart Association             schools.
She also holds the title of    (AHA) Lackawanna County
Miss PA 1991 and Mrs. PA       Heart Ball. A freshmen at              With a family history of heart
USA 1996, placing in the       Wyoming Valley West High               disease, the duo also has per-
top 12 in Las Vegas.           School, she was a guest                sonal reasons for promoting
                               speaker in middle school               heart health. The Zaneski
Becky was most recently        and elementary school                  family will be selling Red
named Miss Mid-States          classrooms promoting the               Hearts at their family restau-
Outstanding Teen, and          importance of exercise.                rant, Bernardo's Pizza. The
her platform was directed      Becky has participated in              money raised will benefit
toward promoting exer-         the Jump for Heart events,             Linda and Becky’s AHA walk
cise among teens in order      health fairs and other AHA             teams where each will serve
to reduce obesity.             events. Last May she                   as captains this spring.
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                 other sites in the body. Delonti trains peo-
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                 smoking cessation facilitators, which he
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         Special Events
                                         May 11-14, 2011                                                                     May 27-28, Anthracite Heritage           May 14, Indoor Flea Market, 7 a.m.-3       Nash Live, State Theatre, Easton.
                                         Spring Greek Food                                                                   Festival of the Arts, Fri,. 6-10 p.m.;   p.m., St. Michael’s Orthodox Church        610-252-3132.
May 1, Children’s Advocacy Center,

                                                                      1       2     3 4 5 6 7
                                         Festival, 11 a.m.-8        SUN MON TUE            WED THUR            FRI     SAT   Sat., 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Shamokin.           Center, Jermyn. 876-1456.
Moonlight in May 5K & 10K                                                                                                                                                                                        May 4, An Evening of Violin & Piano,
                                         p.m., Annunciation                                                                  648-6772.

                                                                      8       9    10 11 12 13 14
Walk/Run, Nay Aug Park, Scranton.                                                                                                                                     May 14, 10th Annual Whole Road of          7:30 p.m., Misericordia University,
                                         Greek Orthodox                                                                      May 27-30, Memorial Day Weekend          Yard Sales, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., N.Turnpike      Dallas. 674-6719.

                                                                      15     16    17 18 19 20 21
                                         Church,Wilkes-Barre.                                                                Jet Cars, 9 a.m., Numidia Dragway,       Rd., Dalton to LaPlume. 563-1248.
May 1,World Laughter Day                 823-4805.                                                                                                                                                               May 6-7, Northeastern PA

                                                                      22     23    24 25 26 27 28
                                                                                                                             Numidia. 245-6246.                       May 14, 2011 6th Annual Tricky
Scranton, 2-7 p.m., Nay Aug Park,                                                                                                                                                                                Philharmonic Season Finale, 8 p.m.,
                                         May 13-15,The Civil

                                                                      29     30    31
Scranton. 650-7518.                                                                                                          May 28, Bald Eagle Festival, noon-4      Tray, Wallenpaupack North                  Fri. F.M. Kirby Center,Wilkes-Barre, Sat.
                                         War Road Show, Fri.                                                                 p.m., French Azilum Historic Site,       Elementary School, Hawley.                 Scranton Cultural Center, Scranton.
May 1,Wayne Co. Builders Assoc.          10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat-Sun.                                                            Towanda. 265-3376.                       May 14, Pig Roast, 3-7 p.m.,               341-1568.
Home & Garden Festival, 10 a.m.-5        11 a.m.-7 p.m., Everhart
p.m., Ladore Camp & Conference           Museum, Scranton.                                                                   May 28-29, Shawnee Celtic Festival,      Blooming Grove Twp.Volunteer Fire          May 7, Southside Johnny & the
Center,Waymart. 226-4941.                346-7186.                                                                           11 a.m.-6 p.m., Shawnee Mtn. Ski Area,   Dept., Lords Valley. 775-7355.             Asbury Jukes, 8 p.m., Sherman
                                                                                  May 20, Celebrity Golf Tournament,         Shawnee-on-Delaware. 421-7231.                                                      Theater, Stroudsburg. 420-2808.
May 1, Annual Bluebell Celebration,      May 13, Cocktails & Cuisine, 7:30                                                                                            May 15, Pancake Breakfast, 7:30-
                                                                                  Glenmaura National Golf Club, Moosic.
4-5:30 p.m., Endless Mtns. Nature        p.m., Leadership Lackawanna,                                                        May 28-29, Railroads & the Military:     11:30 a.m., Pine Mill Community Hall,      May 7, Comedian Stephen Lynch,
Center,Tunkhannock. 836-3835.            Scranton. 342-7711.                                                                 An Unbreakable Bond, Steamtown           Equinunk. 224-8500.                        8 p.m., F.M. Kirby Center,Wilkes-Barre.
                                                                                  May 20, Justus Volunteer Fire Co.          National Historic Site, Scranton.                                                   826-1100.
May 1,Tour de Scranton on Foot, 10       May 14, Upstate PA Wings & Wine                                                                                              May 15, Spring Bazaar, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.,
                                                                                  Wine Tasting, Maiolatesi Wine Cellars,     340-5204.
a.m., Scranton Riverwalk, Scranton.      Festival, Whipple Performing Arts                                                                                            Orangeville Nursing & Rehabilitation       May 9-31, Abington Heights Middle
                                                                                  Scott Twp.
961-5964.                                Studio,Tunkhannock. 836-5253.                                                       May 28-29, Country Arts & Crafts         Center, Orangeville. 683-5036.             & Elementary School Selected
                                                                                  May 20-21, Body, Mind & Soul               Show, Railroad Station, Dushore.                                                    Concerts, 7:30 p.m., Clarks Summit.
May 4, Great Chefs XXI Cake              May 14-15,West Pittston Cherry                                                                                               May 15, Cub Scout Pack 175
                                                                                  Weekend, downtown Riverwalk,               637-0897.
Challenge “Fun with Nursery              Blossom Festival, noon-6 p.m.,                                                                                               Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.,          May 13, Catholic Underground
Rhymes,” 5:30 p.m., Radisson             Susquehanna Ave.,West Pittston.                                                     May 28-29,World War II Revisited,        United Methodist Church, Dalton.           Presents: Andrea Gleason, 7 p.m., St.
Lackawanna Station Hotel, Scranton.      780-0231.                                May 21, 7th Annual Osterhout Free          10 a.m.-4 p.m., PA Military Museum,                                                 Gabriel’s Church, Hazleton. 403-3094.
                                                                                                                                                                      May 17, Chicken n Biscuit or Ham
346-4460, ext. 211.                                                               Library James Bond 007 Gala, 6 p.m.,       Boalsburg. 814-466-6263.
                                         May 14, Boondockers 4x4 Club                                                                                                 Dinner, 4-6 p.m., United Methodist         May 14, Choral Society of NEPA–
                                                                                  Westmoreland Club,Wilkes-Barre.
May 6, American Cancer Society           Mud Bog, 8 a.m., Summerhill Fire                                                    May 29, Spring Farm Festival, noon-      Church, Clifford.                          “Nocturnes: Music of the Night,” 8
Relay for Life, 4 p.m., Courthouse       Company, Berwick. 594-0614.                                                         5 p.m., Old Mill Village Museum, New     May 17,Take Out Chicken Dinner,            p.m., Scranton Cultural Center,
Square, Scranton. 562-9749, ext. 330.                                             May 21, Lackawanna Co. Heart Ball,         Milford. 434-3353.                                                                  Scranton. 343-6707.
                                         May 14,Walk to Cure Juvenile                                                                                                 Manchester Community Library,
                                                                                  Glenmaura, Moosic. 822-9438.
May 7,Voluntary Action Center’s          Diabetes, 10 a.m., Endless Mtns.                                                    May 29,Trans-sylvania Mountain           Equinunk. 224-8500.                        May 14, Sully Erna, 8 p.m., F.M. Kirby
Run for the Roses, 3 p.m.,Waverly        Riding Trail, Montrose. 289-2062.        May 21, Chocolate & Wine Festival,         Bike Race, 9 a.m., Seven Mountains                                                  Center,Wilkes-Barre 826-1100.
                                                                                                                                                                      May 21, Craft Fair/Flea Market,
Country Club,Waverly. 347-5616.                                                   3-7 p.m., downtown Montrose.               Boy Scout Campground, Spring Mills.
                                         May 15, Play Golf America Day, 10                                                                                            9 a.m.-3 p.m., Dalton Fire Co. Carnival    May 14, Lewisburg Live, 6 p.m.-mid-
                                                                                  May 21,Veteran’s Parade, 10 a.m.,                    Grounds, Dalton. 563-3298.
May 7, Lackawanna River Corridor         a.m.-3 p.m., Lords Valley Country                                                                                                                                       night, downtown Lewisburg.
Assoc. Riverfest, Olive St. Bridge,      Club, Lords Valley. 775-7325, ext. 3.    downtown Scranton.                         May 29, Memorial Day Parade,                                                        524-5221.
                                                                                                                                                                      May 21, Spring Rabies & Microchip
Scranton. 347-6311.                                                               May 21-22,Treasures of the Earth           Hawley.                                  Clinic, SPCA,Wilkes-Barre.
                                         May 15, 2011 River Street 3 Mile                                                                                                                                        May 15, Bluegrass Gospel Concert, 7
May 7, Annual Oak Street Festival, 9     Run & Walk, 10:30 a.m., downtown         Rock & Mineral Show, Sat. 10 a.m.-5              Community Events                   May 28, Baubles for Books, 10 a.m.-5       p.m., Cold Spring Rileyville
a.m.-4 p.m., Mt. Carmel. 672-9450.       Wilkes-Barre. 824-4646.                  p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., St. Joseph’s                                                                                        Presbyterian Church, Honesdale.
                                                                                                                             May 1, Pennies from Heaven Caleb’s       p.m., Barrett Paradise Friendly Library,
                                                                                  Oblates Seminary, Pittston.                                                                                                    253-2155.
May 7, Model Horse Show, 8 a.m.,         May 15, Country Jamboree, noon,                                                     Foundation Annual Tricky Tray            Cresco. 595-7171.
Bloomsburg Fire Dept., Bloomsburg.       Indian Head Camp, Equinunk.                                                         Fundraiser, noon-2:30 p.m.,              May 28, Flea, Crafts & Antiques            May 15, Rock ‘n’ Polka featuring
441-4391.                                                                         May 22, Alzheimer’s Assoc.“An Affair       Ehrhardt’s Waterfront Restaurant,                                                   Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra, 2 p.m.,
                                         May 15, Bengali Festival, 2 p.m.-                                                                                            Market, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., St. Joseph’s
                                                                                  to Remember, 8th Annual Art                Hawley. 226-9662.                                                                   Irem Country Club, Dallas. 655-0760.
May 7, River Towns Marathon &            5:30 p.m., Bloomsburg Town Park                                                                                              Church, Equinunk. 729-7024.
                                                                                  Auction & Music Gala, 11:30 a.m., Fox
Half Marathon, Danville H.S.,            Entertainment Pavilion, Bloomsburg.                                                 May 1, Annual Book & Plant Sale,         May 28,The Great Pocono Chili              May 15, Choral Society of NEPA’s
                                                                                  Hill Country Club, Exeter.
Danville. 271-1055.                      389-0281.                                                                           noon,Weinberg Memorial Library,          Cook-Off, Craft Show & Bake Sale,          Children & Youth Choirs, 3 p.m.,
                                                                                  May 22, NEPA Artists’ Street Fair,         University of Scranton. 941-4078.                                                   Scranton Cultural Center, Scranton.
May 7, Stock/Super Stock Race,           May 15,“A Celebration of Service:                                                                                            11:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Echo Lake Park, East
                                                                                  10 a.m.-4 p.m., Main St., Stroudsburg.                                                                                         343-6707.
Numidia Dragway, Numidia. 245-6246.      Honoring Pennsylvania Veterans,”                                                    May 6, Rummage Sale, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.       Stroudsburg. 223-8648.
                                                                                  961-2300, ext. 2.
                                         12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m., Pennsylvania                                                  & 5-7 p.m., United Methodist Church,                  Concerts                      May 16-17, Clarks Summit
May 7, Astronomy Day, 7 p.m.,                                                     May 25, 24th Annual Business Hall
                                         Military Museum, Boalsburg.                                                         Dalton.                                                                             Elementary Violin Concert, 7 p.m.,
Keystone College's Thomas G.                                                      of Fame Awards Dinner, Woodlands                                                    May 1, Jazz Concert, 7 p.m., First
                                         814-466-6263.                                                                                                                                                           Clarks Summit.
Cupillari Observatory, Fleetville.                                                                                           May 7, Be Kind to Animals Week           United Presbyterian Church, Pittston.
                                                                                  Inn & Resort,Wilkes-Barre. 602-3600.
586-0789.                                May 18, Celebrate Your Health                                                       Open House, noon-3 p.m., SPCA            654-8121.                                  May 19,Tower of Power, 8 p.m.,
                                         Wellness Fair, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Greater    May 27, Block Party, 5-8 p.m.,             Animal Shelter,Wilkes-Barre.                                                        Sherman Theater, Stroudsburg.
May 7-8, Endless Mtns. Maple                                                      Scranton Public Library, Scranton.                                                  May 2, Ensemble Evening: Music,
                                         Carbondale YMCA. 281-1069.                                                                                                                                              420-2808.
Festival, Alparon Park,Troy. 297-3648.                                                                                       May 10, 12th Annual North Branch         7:30 p.m., Misericordia University,
                                         May 19-22, Fine Arts Fiesta, Public                                                 Land Trust Dinner & Auction, 5:30-9      Dallas. 674-6719.                          May 21, Kenny Vance & The
May 8-9 & 22-23,Vertical Rielsing
                                         Square,Wilkes-Barre.                                                                p.m.,Westmoreland Club,Wilkes-                                                      Planotones, 8 p.m., Sherman Theater,
Tastings, Fulerkson Winery, Dundee,                                                                                                                                   May 3, David Crosby & Graham
NY. 607-243-7883.                                                                                Barre. 696-5546.                                                                    Stroudsburg. 420-2808.       
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 May 20 & 22, Catholic Choral                 May 6, Nobodies of Comedy, 8 p.m.,         Stroudsburg. 629-3061.                  5-7 p.m., Carbondale Chamber of             May 17, Living with Wildlife, 6:30       May 7, Native Plant Sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
 Society 62nd Annual Spring                   State Theatre, Easton. 610-252-3132.                                               Commerce, Carbondale.
                                                                                         May 1-June 2, Feather Paintings by                                                  p.m., Lackawanna College                 Pocono Environmental Ed. Center,
 Concert, Fri. 7:30 p.m., Immaculate
                                              May 6-15, “The Seafarer,”The               Allen E. Crothamel, Lackawanna          May 4,What is Your Character &              Environmental Institute, Moscow.         Dingmans Ferry. 828-2319.
 Conception Church, Scranton; Sat.
                                              Shawnee Playhouse, Shawnee on              College Environmental Institute,        Temperament Type?, 6:30-8:30 p.m.,          842-1506.
 7 p.m., St. Ignatius Church, Kingston.                                                                                                                                                                               May 7,Vireos & Warblers &
                                              Delaware. 421-5093.                        Moscow. 842-1506.                       Unity: A Center for Spiritual Living,
 587-2753.                                                                                                                                                                   May 21, Spring Gardening                 Tanangers…Oh My!, 7 a.m., Monroe
                                              May 12-15 & 20-22,“Heaven Can              May 1-July 17,With Bullets Singing      Wilkes-Barre. 824-7722.                     Workshop, 9-10:30 a.m., Lackawanna       Co. Environmental Ed. Center,
 May 21,The Lyric Consort,“Sacred
                                              Wait,” Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun 2 p.m.,       All Around Me: Regional Stories of      May 5, Ian Fleming’s “Casino                College Environmental Institute,         Stroudsburg. 629-3061.
 Voices,” 8 p.m., St. Luke’s Episcopal
                                              Providence Playhouse, Scranton.            the Civil War, Everhart Museum,         Royale”Book Discussion, 6:30 p.m.,          Moscow. 842-1506.
 Church, Scranton. 343-6707.                                                                                                                                                                                          May 7, Exploring the Bog by Water,
                                              342-9707.                                  Scranton. 346-7186.                     Osterhout Free Library,Wilkes-Barre.        May 21, Capt. Felice –150th              1-4 p.m., Cranberry Bog,Tannersville.
 May 26, Berwick Concert Series,                                                                                                 823-0156.
                                              May 12-23,“Parallel Lives,” Wed-           May 1-July 17, Medics in Action:                                                    Anniversary of the American Civil        629-3061.
 7 p.m., Jackson Manor, Berwick.
                                              Thurs. 7 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3    Caring for the Wounded, Everhart        May 5, 12 & 19, English as a Second         War, 3 p.m., Mifflinburg. 966-5052.
 752-2723.                                                                                                                                                                                                            May 7,Wildflower Walk, 10 a.m., Salt
                                              p.m., Electric Theatre Company,            Museum, Scranton. 236-7186.             Language, 10-11:30 a.m., Osterhout          May 21,Women Who Owned                   Springs Park, Franklin Forks. 967-7275.
 May 28,The Andrew Sisters’Tribute            Scranton. 558-1515.                                                                Free Library,Wilkes-Barre. 821-1959.
                                                                                         May 5, Art Walk, 4-8 p.m., downtown                                                 Businesses, 5 p.m., La Vieille Maison,
 Show, 3 p.m., PA Military Museum,                                                                                                                                                                                    May 7,Tunkhannock Creek Kayak
                                              May 15, “I Ought to Be in Pictures,”       Bloomsburg. 784-2522.                   May 7 & 14, Basic Computer Class            Mifflinburg. 966-5052.
 Boalsburg. 814-466-6263.                                                                                                                                                                                             Paddle Trip, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Riverside
                                              3 p.m., Electric Theatre Company,                                                  for Adults, 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.,
                                                                                         May 5,Verve Vertu Art Exhibit,                                                      May 22, Healing Circle, 6-8 p.m.,        Park,Tunkhannock. 746-9140.
 May 30, Jay Smar in Concert, 2-3:30          Scranton. 558-1515.                                                                Osterhout Free Library,Wilkes-Barre.
                                                                                         Misericordia University, Dallas.                                                    Unity: A Center for Spiritual Living,
 p.m., PPL Montour Preserve, Danville.                                                                                                                                                                                May 7, Fishing Derby, 8 a.m.,
                                                          Art Exhibits                   674-6286.                               821-1959.                                   Wilkes-Barre. 824-7722.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bloomsburg Town Pak Lagoon,
                                              May 1, Abstract Paintings by Steve         May 6,“Petals of Passion,” 6-9 p.m.,    May 10, Geothermal Energy 101,              May 26-27, AARP Driver Safety            Bloomsburg.
 May 31, Music in the Park, 7 p.m.,                                                                                              6:30 p.m., Lackawanna College
                                              Poleskie: Meet the Artist, 2-4 p.m.,       New Visions Studio & Gallery,                                                       Program, 8 a.m.-noon,Wayne Co.
 Millville Comm. Park, Millville.                                                                                                Environmental Institute, Moscow.                                                     May 7, Owl Be Back: Restoring Barn
                                              Misericordia University, Dallas.           Scranton. 610-636-9684.                                                             Area Agency on Aging, Hamlin.
 458-5020.                                                                                                                       842-1506.                                                                            Owls to Central PA, 2-3 p.m., PPL
                                              674-6286.                                                                                                                      253-4262.
                                                                                         May 13, Essentials, 6-9 p.m.,The                                                                                             Montour Preserve, Danville. 437-3131.
 May 31, Daniel O’Donnell, 7 p.m.,
 F.M. Kirby Center,Wilkes-Barre.
                                              May 1-9,“La Bella Figura”, 6-9 p.m.,       Main Street Gallery, Carbondale.        May 11,“Good Food,”6:30 p.m.,                              Nature                    May 8, Sunday for Singles, 1-3 p.m.,
                                              Artery Gallery, Milford. 409-1234.         282-1690.                               Lackawanna College Environmental
 826-1100.                                                                                                                       Institute, Moscow. 842-1506.                May 1,“Zazen & A Walk in the             Pocono Environmental Ed. Center,
                                              May 1-22, Elise Wagner: A Decade in        May 13, Second Friday Art Walk, 5-8                                                 Woods,” 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Endless        Dingmans Ferry. 828-2319.
                Theater                       Painting, Sordoni Art Gallery,Wilkes                                               May 12,Truth in Evidence:The                Mountain Zendo, Stillwater. 925-5077.
                                                                                         p.m., downtown Clarks Summit.                                                                                                May 8,Wildflowers in Bloom, PPL
 May 1 & 6-8,“A Man’s Man,” Fri-Sat 8         University. 408-4325.                                                              Paranormal, 6:30 p.m., Albright
                                                                                         May 28-July 15, Spring Opening          Memorial Library, Scranton. 348-300.        May 1, Peace of the Susquehanna          Susquehanna Riverlands, Berwick.
 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m., McDade Center,
                                              May 1-22, Paste & Clay, Artspace           Exhibit, Parker & Parker Art Gallery,                                               Guided Kayak River Trip, 2-6 p.m.,       866-832-3312
 University of Scranton. 941-4318.                                                                                               May 13, Greater Wilkes-Barre
                                              Gallery, Bloomsburg. 784-0737.             White Mills. 296-5055.                                                              Susquehanna River, Lewisburg.
                                                                                                                                 Chamber’s Human Resources                                                            May 12, Jacobsburg Environmental
 May 2, James Bond Movie Fest–                                                                                                                                               888-524-7692.
 “Casino Royale,”5:30 p.m., Osterhout
                                              May1-29, Made in Brooklyn– 14                   Seminars & Lectures                Forum, 8:30 a.m., Chamber                                                            Center Hike, 9 am., meet YMCA,
                                              Artists, 20 Years, The Hanson Gallery,                                                                                         May 4, 11, 15, 18 & 25 Public Bog        Dunmore. 343-5144.
 Free Library,Wilkes-Barre. 823-0156.                                                    May 1, Nature Photo Workshop, 10        Conference Room,Wilkes-Barre.
                                              Honesdale. 253-2525.                                                                                                           Walk, 1-3:30 p.m., Cranberry Bog,
                                                                                         a.m.-noon, PPL Montour Preserve,        823-2101 ext. 133.                                                                   May 14,Wildflower Walk, 10 a.m.,
 May 4-8,“At Wit’s End,” Wed-Thurs 7                                                                                                                                         Tannersville. 629-3061.
                                              May 1-31, Every Picture Tells a            Danville. 437-3131.                                                                                                          meet PA Water Co. parking lot, Lake
 p.m., Fri-Sat 8 p.m., Sun 3 p.m., Electric                                                                                      May 14,Weaving with Recycled
                                              Story, Columns Museum, Milford.                                                                                                May 6, Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower        Scranton. 343-5144.
 Theatre Company, Scranton. 558-1515.                                                    May 1, 15, 22 & 29 Free Golf            Materials, 9 a.m.-noon, Lackawanna
                                              296-8126.                                                                                                                      Night Walk, 8 p.m., Salt Springs Park,
                                                                                         Lesson,9 a.m., Blue Ridge Golf Club,    College Environmental Institute,                                                     May 14,Wild, Edible & Medicinal
 May 6,“Let’s Hear it from the Boys,”                                                                                                                                        Franklin Forks. 967-7275.
                                              May 1-June 1,“Natural Moments”             Mountain Top.                           Moscow. 842-1506.                                                                    Plant Walk, 2 p.m., United Methodist
 7 p.m., Scranton Cultural Center,
                                              by Joan Polishook, Monroe Co.                                                                                                  May 6, Bird Watching Walk, 9 a.m.,       Church, Dingmans Ferry.
 Scranton. 344-111.                                                                      May 4, Health & Wellness Workshop,      May 15, 19th Century Death &
                                              Environmental Ed. Center,                                                                                                      meet United Methodist Church,  
                                                                                                                                 Dying,” 2 p.m., Lackawanna Historical
                                                                                                                                 Society, Scranton. 344-3841.                Tunkhannock. 836-3835.                                                 

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 May 14, April Showers Bring…, 10        May 26, Susquehanna Riverlands            May 7, Duck for President, Fancy                                                              Marian Community Hospital                   127
                                                                                                                                Alex Cena On Location Photography          117
 a.m., Monroe Co. Environmental Ed.      Hike, 9 a.m., meet YMCA, Dunmore.         Nancy & Other Stories, 11 a.m.,              Amanda Grace Images                        80    Mary Koczwara Hair Studio                   67
 Center, Stroudsburg. 629-3061.          343-5144.                                 Scranton Cultural Center, Scranton.          America on Wheels                          41    Memorial Hospital                           131
                                                                                   344-1111.                                    American Heart Association                 124   Mercy Hospital                              129
 May 14, Spring Birds, 9-11 a.m., PPL    May 26, Nightjar Field Trip, 7 p.m.,                                                                                                    Mesko Glass                                 91
                                                                                                                                Bentley’s Entertainment Complex            75
 Montour Preserve, Danville. 437-3131.   Monroe Co. Environmental Ed. Center,      May 8, Introduction to Fishing, 10           Berks County Heritage Center               39    Michael’s Retro Portraits                   84
                                         Stroudsburg. 629-3061.                    a.m.-2 p.m., Pocono Environmental Ed.        Biondi-Franklin Insurance Agency           73    Minooka Subaru                              53
 May 15, Milton Outdoor Life Expo
                                                                                   Center, Dingmans Ferry. 828-2319.            Body, Mind & Soul                          29    Misericordia University                     13
 Guided Canoe & Kayak Trip, 2-5          May 28, Family Nature Games Hike,                                                                                                       Mon Cherie’ Gardens                         71
                                                                                                                                Butler’s Pantry                            90
 p.m., Susquehanna River, Lewisburg.     1-2:30 p.m., Nescopeck State Park,        May 9-11, Franklin Institute Series, 10      Campgrounds                                56    Moses Taylor Hospital                       123
 888-524-7692.                           Drums. 403-2006.                          a.m., Scranton Cultural Center, Scranton.    Carriage Barn Antiques                     111   Nasser Limousine Service                    135
                                                                                   344-1111.                                    Children’s Advocacy Center                 110   New York Life Insurance Company             57
 May 14-15, Pocono Mountain              May 28, Lewisburg Appetizer                                                                                                             Nichols Village                             82
                                                                                                                                Chocolate & Wine Festival                  49
 Birdathon, 7 p.m., Monroe Co.           Guided Kayak River Trip, 1-4 p.m.,        May 10-11, Barney Live, Mohegan Sun          Chocolates by Leopold                      105   North Pocono Garden Center                  134
 Environmental Ed. Center,               Susquehanna River, Lewisburg.             Arena,Wilkes-Barre. 790-7600.                Circle Drive-In Theatre                    138   Northeast PA Philharmonic                   51
 Stroudsburg. 629-3061.                  888-524-7692.                                                                          Colonnade                                  76    Northeast Transit                           77
                                                                                   May 14, Family Fishing Education                                                              Nye Jewelers                                56
                                                                                                                                Corky’s Garden Path Greenhouse             59
 May 15, Dingmans Falls & Childs         May 28-30, Finger Lakes Weekend           Day, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., PPL Susquehanna          Country Inns/B&Bs                          52    Olde Barn Centre                            50
 Park Hike, 9:15 a.m., meet YMCA,        Hike & Bike, meet YMCA, Dunmore.          Riverlands, Berwick. 752-3223.               Cranker’s Antique Limo                     78    Orthodontic Specialists                     67
 Dunmore. 343-5144.                      343-5144.                                                                              Creekside Gardens                          87    Outrageous                                  101
                                                                                   May 14, Around the Pond, 10 a.m.-4                                                            PA Anthracite Heritage Museum               38
                                                                                                                                Crossings Premium Outlets                  107
 May 15,Wild Bird Egg Hunt, 2-4 p.m.,    May 29, Morning Bird Walk, 8-10           p.m., Children’s Museum, Bloomsburg.         Curiosity Shop                             90    Patsel’s                                    103
 Camp Lackawanna,Vosburg.                a.m., Nescopeck State Park, Drums.        389-9206.                                    Custom Building by Carriage Barn           89    Penn Furniture                              85
 836-3835.                               403-2006.                                                                              Discovery Center of the Southern Tier      39    Pennstar Bank                               21
                                                                                   May 19, Garden Fun, 1-2:30 p.m.,                                                              Pink Hippo                                  105
 May 21,Volunteer Garden Clean Up                   Kids Corner                                                                 Donna M. Coppola, DMD                      56
                                                                                   Lackawanna College Environmental             Dress Me Up                                105   Pompous Ass Winery                          135
 Day, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Lackawanna                                                  Institute, Moscow. 842-1506.                 Duck Harbor Group                           58   ProCare Physical Therapy                    126
                                         May 1,The Quest: Improv Theatre
 College Environmental Institute,                                                                                               East Stroudsburg University                7     Prudential Financial                        22
                                         for Kids, 2:30 p.m., Ritz Company         May 19,The Big Adventures of Stuart
 Moscow. 842-1506.                                                                                                              Ehrhardt’s Waterfront Restaurant & Resort 82     Quaker Steak & Lube                         142
                                         Playhouse, Hawley. 226-9752.              Little, 10 a.m., F.M. Kirby Center,Wilkes-                                                    Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel           144
                                                                                                                                Electric City Trolley Station Museum       41
 May 21, Raptors Live, 10 a.m.-2:30                                                Barre. 826-1100.                             Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau          55    Rainbow Jewelers                            134
                                         May 5, Forest Floor, 1-2:30 p.m.,
 p.m., PPL Montour Preserve, Danville.                                                                                          Ertle Subaru                               17    Ramada Clarks Summit Hotel                  80
                                         Lackawanna College Environmental          May 20,The Science of Magic, 10 a.m.,
 437-3131.                                                                                                                      Everhart Museum                            38    Rave Patio                                  86
                                         Institute, Moscow. 842-1506.              F.M. Kirby Center,Wilkes-Barre.                                                               Ross Audiology Services                     135
                                                                                                                                Everything Natural                         116
 May 22,Wildflower Identification                                                  826-1100.                                    Exclusively You Bridal                     81    Sanderson State Street Salon                81
                                         May 6, More than Money & Personal
 Hike, 1-4 p.m., Nescopeck State Park,                                                                                          Explore More                               43    Sarno & Son Formal Wear                     70
                                         Finance, 4-5:30 p.m., Abington            May 21, Laurie Berkner Band, 2 p.m.,
 Drums. 403-2006.                                                                                                               Fell Charter School                        15    Scranton School for the Deaf & HOH          13
                                         Community Library, Clarks Summit.         F.M. Kirby Center,Wilkes-Barre.                                                               Seneca Lake Winery Assoc.                   45
                                                                                                                                Fete Events                                78
 May 22, Lake Lenape/Caledonia           587-3440.                                 826-1100.                                    Fidelity Deposit & Discount Bank           17    Settlers Inn                                113
 Creek Headwaters in Delaware                                                                                                   Fine Arts Fiesta                           35    Shawnee Mountain                            33
                                         May 7-28, Alebrijes on Display, 10
 Water Gap NRA, 1-5 p.m., meet PA                                                                                               Fine Line Homes                            87    Shoppes at Montage                          143
                                         a.m.-4 p.m., Children’s Museum,                                                                                                         Skytop Lodge                                47
 Visitors Center, Delaware Water Gap.                                                                                           French Azilum                              38
                                         Bloomsburg. 389-9206                              Find more at                         French Manor                               113   Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics                 130
                                                                                                                                Fritz Bros. Well Drilling                  138   Springbrook Kennels                         95
 May 22,The Jewel of the West
                                         May 7, 19th Annual Lackawanna Co.!                   Fulkerson Winery                           44    St. Mary’s Villa Residence                  127
                                         Commissioners’Youth Fishing                                                                                                             Steve Pronko Diamonds                       83
 Branch Guided Rec. Kayak River                                                                                                 Geisinger Health System                    2
                                         Derby, 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m., McDade                                                       Getz Personal Care Home                    135   Stone Bridge Inn & Restaurant               74
 Trip, 2-6 p.m., Susquehanna River,
                                         Park, Scranton. 963-6764.                                                              Golf Courses                               46    Suburban Casuals                            109
 Lewisburg. 888-524-7692.                                                                                                                                                        Sullivan Cty. Visitors Assoc.               37
                                                                                                                                H & K Lawn Care                            140
                                                                                                                                Hazzouri Dentistry                         23    Susquehanna Real Estate                     25
                                                                                                                                Hematology & Oncology Assoc. of NEPA       125   Tingley Glass                               139
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    Discounted Services for Seniors!                                    CINEMA-FLEA FAIR                                        Home Textile Tool Museum                   38    Truly Scrumptious                           82
                                                                       NE Pennsylvania’s Largest Flea Fair                      Houdini Museum Tour & Magic Show           39    Twigs Café                                  114
                                                                                Sundays, 7 a.m.-4 p.m.                          Inn at Pocono Manor                   42 & 77    USA Discount Stores                         108
                                                                                                                                Jennifer L Gifts & Antiques                138   Viewmont Mall                               99
                                                                     CIRCLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE                                    Jim Barna Log & Timber Homes               91    Villa Roma Resort & Conference Center       79
                                                                                                                                                                                 Vintage Gold & Coin                         24
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                                                                                                                                Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra
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                                                                                                                                                                           11    Waverly General Store                       103
                                                                                                                                                                                 Wayne County Ford                           23
       Hedges • Snow Removal                                      Phone 489-5731
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                                                                                                                                Kathy Pope’s Hair Fashions
                                                                                                                                Keystone College
                                                                                                                                                                           15    Wayne Memorial Hospital                     131
                                                                                                                                King’s College                             15    Wesley Enhanced Living                      128
                                                                    Business Rte 6 • Scranton/Carbondale Hwy.                   La Tonalteca                               115   Where to Dine                               112
         5 7 0 . 8 4 2 . 8 7 8 1                                    489-5731 or 876-1400                                                                                         Wilkes University                           11
                                                                                                                                Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority       33
                                                                                                                                Lackawanna River Corridor Association      33    Wisnosky Jewelers                           110
                                                                                                                                Lackawanna Valley Dermatology Assoc.       58    Woodloch Pines Resort                       63
 140                                                                          May 2011        Lake Region Fitness                        23    WVIA                                        133
                                                                                                                                Lancaster History                          39    Yates County Chamber of Commerce            44
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                                                                                                                             Exit 182A off I-81 | Montage Mountain Road
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