Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Schuylkill County Announcements - 04/18/18


Schuylkill County Announcements - 04/18/18

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Schuylkill Haven Announcements

The Middle School of Schuylkill Haven will be offering “walking tours” of the Planet Walk at 10 AM & 12 PM. Meet at the Little League Park. Parking available at the Elementary School. No reservations required and the tour is free. In addition join our other businesses that will be open to shop in town: Brok Sel, Walk In Art Center, Downtowne Tavern, Hess Catering, Lion Launch Innovation Hub, 4Play Moonshine, The Curious Cat, Alchemist’s Cove Games & Comics, Lewis General Store and the Grand Opening of The Little Dipper, ice cream shoppe.


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Schuylkill Haven’s Community Yard Sale is Saturday May 19, 2018 . To be part of the yard sale listing , complete registration form and submit with $5.00 fee. Forms are available at Spotts Insurance Group, 19 E. Main St, Schuylkill Haven & at  The Stone House, 16 Dock Street . You can also visit the Greater Schuylkill Haven Area Business Association’s Facebook page for form and more information.  Registration deadline is May 11, and yard sale flyers will be available in town after that date. E mail inquires can be made at gshabainformation@gmail.com.




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Shenandoah Announcements

The borough and the revitalization group Downtown Shenandoah Inc. are asking all business owners and property owners on Main and Centre streets to participate in weekly efforts now through the fall to keep the community clean.

In a DSI release, officials called on owners to “please sweep” their sidewalks on Thursdays, pushing dirt into the gutters.

The borough street sweeper, according to the release, will pick up the dirt on Friday mornings during the early hours.

“We are asking the businesses and the property owners to take pride in our community and make it welcoming to our visitors and tourists,” DSI officials said in the release.

With DSI’s pending multi-million-dollar innovation center to be built in the 100 block of North Main Street and announcements of multiple new and pending business, EMI/ALS and health facility openings and renovations, revitalization officials are focusing on maintaining and enhancing the positive initiatives via a clean community. They also want to trounce negativity by fostering community pride.

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The new Father Walter J. Ciszek Chapel in the former Annunciation BVM Rectory, West Cherry Street, is a destination site for the faithful.

The late Father Walter J. Ciszek, a Shenandoah native and native son of St. Casimir Roman Catholic Church, now a sacred worship site of Divine Mercy Roman Catholic Parish, is a candidate for sainthood in the Catholic Church.

Ciszek was imprisoned and detained in the former Soviet Union for more than 20 years, during which he ministered to people despite personal risk. He was released in a “prisoner exchange” between the United States and the USSR in 1963 and welcomed home with a Mass of Thanksgiving in St. Casimir Church, Jardin and Washington streets.

Ciszek also authored two books, “He Leadeth Me” and “With God in Russia.” Ciszek Hall at Fordham University in New York City is named after the Shenandoah native, who died on Dec. 8, 1984, and is buried at the Jesuit Cemetery in Wernersville. His cause for canonization now is in Rome.

The devotional schedule at the new chapel includes: Mondays, 2-4 p.m. chapel open and 3 p.m., Chaplet and Father Ciszek Prayer Group; Tuesdays, 2-4 p.m. chapel open, 3 p.m. Chaplet and Rosary (Spanish/English); Wednesdays, 2-4 p.m. chapel open, 3 p.m. Chaplet; Thursdays, 2-4 p.m. chapel open, 3 p.m. Chaplet; every first Thursday of the month, 6:30 p.m. Father Ciszek Prayer Group; Fridays, 2-4 p.m. chapel open, 3 p.m. Chaplet and Rosary.

Anyone wishing to visit and pray at the chapel but unable to come at the designated times should call Sister Marietta, OSF, parish outreach coordinator, at 570-590-0435, according to the Divine Mercy Parish bulletin.

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The Gilberton Methodist Church will hold a Broasted Chicken Dinner on Sunday, April 29 2018.

Dinner includes: 3 pieces of broasted chicken,baked potato, vegetable,cole slaw, roll & butter, and dessert.

Cost: $10.00 Eat in or take out

11:00am-1:00pm..Deadline for order is April 23rd.

Please call 570-874-2487 or 570-874-2455 for preticket sales.

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