When Lambert Chocolatier opens its doors just before Thanksgiving each year, a special display sits among the racks and racks of chocolate.
White, milk and dark chocolate greyhounds sit among greyhound memorabilia and information about the breed on a special rack devoted just to them. Owners Hal and Janet Lambert sell the chocolate treats to benefit Keystone Greyhounds, an organization close to both their hearts.
TROY TWP. — Those making donations to “Operation Christmas Child” say they are spreading God’s love to children in need.
On Sunday, May 12, 1888, Father John J. Costello, pastor of Holy Ghost Parish in Athens, Pa., met with his growing congregation in Sayre at the school house, where it was decided to break ground for a church in Sayre. H.J. Baldwin of Waverly was hired as the contractor and work on the new church was begun. The construction seemed to move along rapidly. Three churches were being built in Sayre in 1888: Epiphany, Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal) and the Baptist Church.
TOWANDA — Carl Rehfeldt of Towanda had enlisted in the Marines in October 1941, not long before the attack on Pearl Harbor.
At that time, people who enlisted had to be at least 5’9’’, a high school graduate, and unmarried, said Rehfeldt who, along with two other Towanda-area veterans, sat at a table on Monday at the Weigh Station Café in Towanda, talking about their experiences in World War II.