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Homecoming celebration at Spring Grove Chapel

| Monday, Aug. 24, 2009

Spring Grove Chapel will hold its annual homecoming celebration at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Local resident Ron Enos will be guest speaker and conduct the musical portion of the program. Special musical selections will be provided by Dottie Davis and Debbie Parker. All are welcome to attend.

DL&V Volunteer Fire Department in Vanderbilt will hold a gun bash Sept. 5. Tickets cost $15. See any DL&V firefighter for more information or tickets.

Late night bingo returns to DL&V fire hall at 10:45 p.m. Sept. 12. Admission is still $11. This is an all-paper bingo.

School bells will be ringing Thursday for those in Frazier School District and Aug. 31 for the Connellsville Area School District. Geibel Catholic Middle-High School students started back today. Please use caution when driving through areas where children wait for their buses and also when they are departing the bus.

Tyrone Presbyterian Church will celebrate its homecoming event Sept. 13. The congregation is 235 years old with records dating back to being founded in 1774. There will be a special program starting at 4 p.m. with Roy and Janice Gearhart. Roy Gearhart will portray John, the brother of James, with special music performed by the Gearharts. Following the special program, there will be a covered dish dinner and sharing of special memories from current and past members of the congregation. Everyone is welcome. The church is located between Dawson and Scottdale, just off of Route 819. For more information, call 724-529-2205 or visit at www.tyronepresbyterian.com.

My newest grandson, Levi James Chaney, arrived at 12:27 p.m. Aug. 16 at Westmoreland Hospital. He weighed in at 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 18 inches long. Proud parents are Jim and Kathy Chaney and grandparents are Ruth Rusman of Hempfield, Ed and Debbie Chaney of Scottdale and Ed and Beth Lynn of Lower Tyrone. Baby Levi adds to the family with sisters, Stephanie, Jennifer, Trista, Amanda and Katie as well as big brother Matt and niece Brookelynn.

A very belated happy birthday to Tyler Montgomery, who turned age 11 Aug. 23, love Mom and Dad.

I would like to make a correction to the answer to a previous column's trivia questions on two funeral homes in Dawson. The Ralph E. Galley Funeral home remains. The other funeral parlor was not the Robert Galley Funeral Home, but Robert Landymore Funeral Home. Sorry about the typing error.

Two people called with the answer to last week's trivia question: "Where was the L.J. Peterson Funeral Home located?" Barb Wilhelm and Duane Christner knew the answer. It was located near the Graft Custom Exhaust Shop in Dawson, however, there was also a parlor on Middle Street in Dickerson Run, between Liberty and Vanderbilt.

This week's question: Where in the Tri-Town area was a state liquor store located in the 1950s and early 1960s• If you know, call me at 724-529-7461 or write me at 276 Banning Road, Dawson, PA 15428-1175. If you e-mailed a reply, I am sorry my computer is out for repairs. It will be back online and running soon, so you will be able to e-mail me at bethannlynn@hotmail.com.

Until next time, keep smiling and have a great week.

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