Carriage B arn Antiques
B rowse over 6,000 square
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antique store. Stop by and see
how a piece of the past can
look great in your life today!
Delivery available worldwide.
You may also visit our refinish-
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arrangements to have your
items picked up and restored
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1494 Fairview Road • Clarks Summit, PA
www.carriagebarnantiques.com • (570) 587-5405
Directions: From I-81, take exit 197 (Waverly) & follow the signs.
For Mom, With Love! Mother’s
Tri-color Tender Touch
pendant in 14K yellow,
white and rose.
Retail: Starting at $50
Available at: Roth
Inspirational Accents Jewelers, Dallas
Alex and Ani Spiritual Armor expandable wire
bangles feature an array of spiritual, universal and
religious charms to choose from. Mary, St. Teresa
and Love pictured here. Retail: $17.95
Available at: Everything Natural, Clarks Summit Color is in the Bag!
Spring into Color!
Spartina 449 handbags and
“Water Bottle” by Blenko Glass,
accessories crafted of genuine
hand-blown in West Virginia
leather and fine natural linen.
since the 1930s.
Retail: Starting at $15
Bead Distinctive Retail: $39.99
Available at: Corky’s Garden
Viva Beads handmade Available at: The
Path, Clarks Summit
clay beaded jewelry is Butler’s Pantry,
available in various colors Montrose
Retail: $7.95-$48.95 Irish Beauty
Available at: Dress Me Belleek fine china is hand-
Up, Scranton painted and imported
from Ireland. Seen here in
Available at: Cronin's
Sweet Surprises Irish Cottage at the Mall Warm Her Heart
Customizable basket features items from a at Steamtown Decorative candle pillars.
collection of handcrafted gourmet choco- Retail: Starting at $59.99 Love Grows
lates including truffles, creams, nut clusters, Available at: Electrical BloemBox Minis wrap paper-seed ribbon inside
caramels and cordials. Retail: Starting at $25 Distributing, Scranton decorative gift boxes.
Available at: Retail: Starting at $8-$24
Chocolates Available at: Jennifer L. Gifts & Antiques,
Montrose Birthstone Beauty
Custom stackable mother's rings include
child’s name and birthstone, available in ster-
ling silver, yellow or white gold or platinum.
Retail: Prices vary
Light of a Lifetime Available at:
Lifetime Candles are paraffin- and botani- Wisnosky
cal-filled oil lamps that can be refilled. Jewelers,
Variety of styles available. Retail: $24 Tunkhannock
Available at: Waverly General Store, continued on page 76
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Guide to Mother’s Day Gift Giving (Continued from Page 75)
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wood necklace with
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pearl in sterling sil-
Wheel-thrown teapot with fluting design
by Don Barto of Clay Pelican Pottery, made
with local Towanda Creek Clay. Retail: $85.75
Available at: PA North Country Artisan
Center & Store, Towanda
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with Edamame From the kitchen of
Chef Patti Brown,
Dinner is Served!
“This is a great salad for Dad and the
kids to make for Mom’s special day!
It can be made ahead of time and
refrigerated; add dressing right before
serving! To make it a dinner salad,
add some grilled chicken or fish!”
Bring water to a boil in large pot.
Add broccoli, and cook for three
minutes. Remove with slotted spoon.
Add carrots to same pot, and cook
for eight minutes. Remove with slot-
ted spoon. Set both aside to cool.
Cook tortellini in same water
according to package directions.
Drain, and set aside to cool. Ingredients
Prepare dressing by mixing lime juice, mustard, Salad:
honey and pepper in bowl. Slowly stream in olive 1 bag Cheese Tortellini
oil, and whisk vigorously to combine. Season 3 or 4 Broccoli Crowns, washed
to taste with salt. and cut to desired size
6 Carrots, peeled and sliced
In a large bowl, add tortellini, broccoli, edamame 1 bag Frozen Edamame, thawed
and carrots. Add about half of the dressing, and Dressing:
mix gently. Top with remaining dressing or 1/2 cup Lime Juice
2 tbsp. Dijon Mustard
serve it in a pitcher alongside salad.
1/2 tsp. Ground Black Pepper
1/4 cup Honey
1 cup Olive Oil
Salt, to taste
Sign up for Chef Patti’s
Crock Pot/Soup Recipe Club
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Kay’s Italian Restaurant- Unique train-like structure Resort. Mount Pocono, PA www.mountairycasino.com and Dinner
where diners can step back in time to enjoy both the at the 3-8 p.m.
ambience of days gone by & the delicious aroma of home- Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse- see ad page 117
made desserts, pizza, pastas, eggplant, ham & cheese pizza Settlers Inn- see ad this page Settler's Inn
and Old World Pizza. Serving the world’s largest éclair. Rte.
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Award-winning patio. Best chef 2008. Popular for cocktails
La Tonalteca- see ad page 79 and small plates.Wide ranging American Cuisine. Latin
New Amber Indian Restaurant- Opened since Night every Wed. 8 p.m. -11 p.m. Lunch Mon.-Sat 11:30-3:30
1997. Authentic Indian cuisine served family style. Also p.m. Dinner Mon.-Sat 4-10 p.m. Sunday Brunch 10 a.m. 114
enjoy a variety of traditional entrees. Casual atmos- S. State St. , Clarks Summit. Call for more information
phere. Full bar. Lunch buffet 11 a.m.-3 p.m. seven days a 585-5590. www.thestatestreetgrill.com
week. Dinner 5-10 p.m. Banquet room available for pri- Stirna’s Restaurant & Bar- Since 1908. Full service
vate parties. 3505 Birney Ave., Moosic. Call for informa- catering on & off premises seven days a week. Catering for
Cami Mari- A fine foods & gift market brings big city tion about specials. 570-344-7100. all your needs, large or small. Now visit our newly remod- 4 Main Ave l Hawley, PA 18428
flavor in a local, eclectic shoppe. Featuring homemade Patsel's- see ad page 77 eled smoke-free bar & restaurant. Hours:Tues.-Sat. 4 p.m. phone: 570.226.2993 l fax: 570.226.1874
soups, sandwiches, salads, & pastries all with a savory 'until closing. 120 W. Market St., N. Scranton. email@example.com
twist. Gourmet foods compliment vintage china, linens & Perkins Restaurant and Bakery- see ad page (570) 961-9681/(570) 343-5742. View the complete menu at www.thesettlersinn.com
the most creative gift baskets. Mon-Thurs 8-4; Fri til 3 146
p.m., 226 Linden St. Scranton. 570-941-0752 Stone Bridge Inn & Restaurant- Quaint European
P.J.’s 1910 Pub- Unwind in our relaxing & warm village nestled on a hilltop, surrounded by rolling country-
Carmen’s Ristorante & Wine Bar- see ad 148 pub for camaraderie & spirits. Open daily at 4 p.m. offer- side – discover Northeast PA’s best-kept secret! Excellent
ing classic snack fare, featuring everything from burgers cuisine in a casual atmosphere, multi-level tavern & patio
Casey’s Corner- This hip, new restaurant located at & wings to soups & salads. Friday happy hour from 5-7 with entertainment. Monthly Wine Tasting Dinners. Serving
the Hilton faces the corner where the famed Casey Hotel p.m. with complimentary hors d’oeuvres & drink spe- dinner Wed.-Sun. I-81, Exit 206, Rt. 374 East two miles past
once stood. Open for dinner 5–10 p.m. cials. In Scranton’s newest luxury hotel, the Hilton Elk Mountain, Union Dale. (570) 679-9500.
Monday–Saturday evenings, this eclectic restaurant fea- Scranton & Conference Center, 100 Adams Ave. www.stone-bridge-inn.com
tures everything from Ahi Tuna to Steakhouse Macaroni (570) 343-3000.
& Cheese. Private dining is available. Come see what the
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100 Adams Ave., Scranton. (570) 343-3000.
Coney Island Lunch- A Scranton tradition since
1923. Taste the Texas Wieners and Texas Hamburgers that
made us famous. Serving homemade soups, old-fash-
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(570) 961-9004. www.texas-wiener.com
Ehrhardt’s Waterfront Restaurant-
Overlooking beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack, Ehrhardt’s
cozy atmosphere and delicious food will have you Trolley’s Bistro- Hop aboard for casual dining inside
returning time and time again. We offer a variety of Scranton’s newest luxury hotel—the Hilton Scranton &
steaks, seafood, salads, burgers, sandwiches and more! Conference Center. An elaborate breakfast buffet is offered
Really Cooking Cafe & Supper Club- Serving an each morning from 6:30–11 a.m. Monday–Friday and until
Open 7 days a week 11:30 a.m. Pub open later. Route eclectic menu influenced by our southern roots, plus our
507, Hawley. (570) 226-2124. www.ehrhardts.com noon on Saturday and Sunday. Our lunch buffet served
New York City years. Live entertainment, monthly cabaret Monday– Friday features a wide array of salads, entrees,
show with NYC stage performers. Enjoy a fabulous dinner sides and desserts. Menu service and private dining also
in an intimate setting with top quality entertainment.The available. Hilton Scranton & Conference Center, 100 Adams
only place to find live entertainment in Dallas, PA. Ave., Scranton. (570) 343-3000.
31 Tunkhannock Hwy., Dallas. 570-674-5888.
www.ReallyCookingCafe.com Twigs- see ad page 77
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Moms Guide to Mother’s
Radisson Lackawanna can-eat shrimp, crab
Station Hotel, Scranton legs and prime rib.
Mother’s Day Brunch in the 570-343-3000.
Grand Lobby, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Family Fun Brunch, 11 a.m.- Stone Bridge Inn & Patsel’s patio open
2 p.m., balloons, face paint- Restaurant, Union
ing, dancing. Reservations
Required. 570-342-8300. Dinner Menu plus
Mount Airy Casino Brunch, made-to-order
Chateaubriand, noon-8 p.m.
Resort, Mount Pocono omelet, Mother's Day lunch
Moms receive a long-stem
Mother's Day Signature and dessert stations, piano
flower and a sweet treat.
Brunch, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., player, fresh flowers and
complimentary glass of door man. Reservations
champagne and flower for required. 570-342-6114.
moms. 1-877-682-4791. Patsel’s, Clarks Summit
Kay’s Italian Restaurant,
Buffet served from tented
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, patio including soup, pasta, on Abigail
Breakfast Buffet, 8 a.m.-1 Bright accents
Wilkes-Barre carving stations and con- harles
Ala Carte Menu and p.m., features ham, desserts Joy Amos & C cake
fections. Seatings at 10:30 e’s
and brunch items. Robert Dubb ’s
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Moms get a $25 gift card 570-842-6226. me. Photos:
Moms receive Gerbera vivid color sche an Truax
for next visit! 570-208-2266. daisies. Reservations aker & Jane
State Street Grill, Clarks Joanna Nunem
required. 563-2000. Summit
Tunkhannock Special Menu, 10 a.m.-4
Ala Carte Menu plus p.m., Featuring brunch and
Smorgasbord, 12:30 p.m.,
entree items; patio dining
seafood medley specials. 11 Features fresh jumbo
a.m.-9 p.m. New extended available. Reservations rec-
shrimp and Alaskan king
seating upstairs. ommended for parties of
crab legs at the Resort.
570-836-0433. six or more. 570-585-5590.
Dinner at Woodloch Springs
Clubhouse, Moms get 50% Settlers Inn, Hawley
The French Manor, South
discount. 800-784-3466. Brunch, 11:30 a.m.-2:30
Dinner, noon-5 p.m. Moms p.m.; Dinner, 3-8 p.m., live
receive fresh flower. piano music by Frank
Reservations strongly sug- Williams, tulip garden in full
Buffet, noon-4 p.m., soups,
gested. 577-676-3244. bloom. Reservations
salads, rolls, entrees, carving
station and Viennese
Hilton Scranton &
dessert table. Reservations Quaker Steak & Lube,
required. 570-226-7355. Dickson City/Bloomsburg Spring 2010
Champagne Brunch Buffet, Brunch, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.;
The Colonnade, Scranton
11 a.m.-3 p.m., Featuring Buffet, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Hand-
Station-style dinner, seat-
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Featuring The Colonnade
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Abigail Joy Amos Charles Robert Dubbe
the bride and close friends
music. The bridal party
wore bright attire
matched by gerbera
daisies. After escorting his
daughter down the aisle,
the father of the bride offi-
ciated the ceremony; his
presence was especially
meaningful because he had
undergone three open-
heart surgeries in the last
10 years. A purity ceremony
was incorporated to thank
A bigail and Charles
agree that God used a
a lake as he gave her the
twelfth rose, dropped to
God for protection and
guidance as the couple
had committed to save
mutual friend to bring one knee and proposed.
themselves for marriage.
them together. Three
On June 20, 2009, the
months later, Chuck sur- A cake reception was held
couple married at Heritage
prised Abby with a “Twelve in Jackson Hall on the cam-
Baptist Church in Clarks
Rose Quest,” a glorified pus of Baptist Bible College,
Summit. The brother of continued on page 86
scavenger hunt to find
roses hidden in locations
meaningful to the cou-
ple. The pair overlooked
The photo shoot in
included the Mellow
Theater (below) and
(Continued from Page 84)
the brides alma matter. 175 in public. The menu featured
guests indulged in a unique brunch stations
three-tiered, butter- to please the pallet of
cream-frosted cre- the breakfast food-
ation with both loving bride.
raspberry-filled Between recep-
chocolate and tions, the pair
chocolate spent a full
chip-filled hour together
vanilla flavors. posing for
The elegant photos across
Colonnade in downtown
Scranton was Scranton.
the setting for a
After staying at the
Station Hotel the
reception. The new- The bride, escorted
down the aisle couple honey-
lyweds descended by her father. mooned in Jamaica.
the grand staircase
The groom is a web designer
of the historic mansion as
for IBM.The bride is a home-
close friends and family wel-
maker. They reside in Reston,
comed them for the first time
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B arbara and Charles
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& Charles Heffner
Maryland. Both had gone to
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friends. They spent the day
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appointments online • phone ahead • walk in...
The reception started at wedding, the couple
the Villa and progressed to honeymooned on another
Agnanti Restaurant where Greek island, Santorini.
the newlyweds danced
The bride is sales manager
with the locals and became
for MNET Mortgage, and
known as “The Americans.”
the groom is project man-
They visited the church
ager for Steris Corporation.
where “Mama Mia” was
They reside in Greenfield
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Which Bread Plate is Mine?
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