photography. Old

Post Farm will be offering beautiful plants

and flowers for autumn display.

Saint Martins-in-the-Fields will attend with there Bake Sale that features their famous Welsh Cookies. Lunch will beavailable to purchase. There will be a 50/ 50 raffle also.Forinformation,pleasecall the Library at 570-868-5808 on Tuesday and Saturday from 10 a. m. to 12 Noon or call 570-407-1447. Cavanaugh’sGrille

Golf Tourney Cavanaugh’s Grille will

hold its 10th Annual Golf Tournament to benefit the Mountaintop Hose Co. No. 1 andMarian Sutherland Kirby Library on Friday, September 5 at Mountain Laurel Golf Course. Captain &Crew format. Cost is $ 90 per golfer and includes Gatorade at course, and NY strip dinner and 2 hour open bar at Cavanaugh’s Patio. $ 50 hole sponsorship. Make checks payable toCavanaugh’s Grille, P. O. Box 432, Mountain Top, PA18707. For information

call Jeff at 570-

574-7069, Kevin at 570-881-6307 or Billy at 570-578-4947. All You Can Eat Breakfast On Sept. 7 an All You Can Eat Breakfast will be held at St. Patrick Parish Center, 411 Allegheny Street, White Haven, from 8: 00pmto 12: 30pm. The cost is $ 8 and is sponsored by M. C. L . Det. 1039. For more information call Mike Salerno at ( 570 ) 262-2894. Relay For Life Meeting TheMountaintopRelayFor Life will hold its first meeting on September 9 for the Relay on Broadway which will be held on May 15, 2015 atCrestwood High School. Please join us at the high school libraryat6pm. If you are interested in forming a team or volunteering please attend. Please helpus find

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and they were advised that they both could possibly be charged for the incident. Officers Fredmonski and Parks later went to Eastern Metals Scrap Yard and retrieved video from when Grier and Witner brought the stolen material showingthe vehicle belonging to Mr. Witner’s girlfriend and of Mr. Grier walking in and out Railroad Continued from page 2 Everyonemakes mistakes, but it’s even worse when the mistakes are preventable. AAA Mid-Atlantic wants to make sure parents and their college-boundteensare on the samepagewhen it comes to themforging new

lives at school and on

their own. AAA urgesparentstocommunicatewiththeir teenstoavoidfourcommon mistakes college students make: Letting someone borrow your car: Unlikea AAA membership,car insurance follows the car, notthe driver. If your teen loans his car to a friend or roommate and there’s a crash, the crash will go againstwhoever

owns the vehicle –

which is usually Mom and Dad. That could make for higher premiums, possibly a totaled vehicle and overall bad feelings. Not getting renter’s insurance: By the time teens leave home, many have amassed a collection of expensive technology, entertainment equipment and other valuable items that should be insured. A renter’s insurance policy generally costs about $ 150 a