fund the children’s programs that provide a special place for young children to experience singing, crafts and storytime in addition to having access to educational toys and games. There is also a teen program called the “Lounge” where teens can meet to discuss a particular book and create and art project based on that book.
Shannon says that the silent auction will have a wide range of items; everything from gift cards to time shares, and that the evening will be a memorable one, while supporting a key resource in the Mountaintop community. Williams also publicly thanked the sponsors of the Frolic, such as PNC Bank, Fairchild Semiconductor, Biernacki Eye Associates, Richard Williams, Esq, Gem-Riverside Rehab, Jack Williams Tire, Kronick, Kalada, Berdy and Company, Efficient Facilities, McCune Funeral Home and Hall-Mihalos-Straub and Company.
“It’s a fun night out at Theodora’s” said Shannon. “We have music, dancing and a wide range of items for the auction. There is something for everyone.”
Cost for the frolic is $65 per person and includes food, music and a cash bar. Those interested are encouraged to RSVP by October 14th by calling the library at 570-474-9313. If
you’re interested in donating an item for the silent auction, please contact Shannon Williams at 570-474-5570. All proceeds benefit the