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NOTE is here to stay

CLARKS SUMMIT — When Danielle Fleming of NOTE Fragrances decided to turn the 312 South State Street pop-up shop she opened in 2017 into a permanent one, it was like coming home. In 2001, Fleming opened Danielle & Co., a bath and body business. Started in (read more)

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Keystone College conducts summer music camps

LA PLUME — Music will fill the campus of Keystone College this summer. Keystone College Department of Performance Music is conducting summer camps, clinics and workshops for instrumentalists. This is the fourth year for the music programs. The camps are o (read more)

To Jell-O

J-E-L-L-O! Did you sing rather than read that first line? If so, you already know about the joys of Jell-O. But did you know there is a holiday devoted to the jiggly treat? Today is National Eat Your Jell-O Day and you better believe I’ll be celebrating. (read more)

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‘Summit Up’ camp makes summer learning fun

SOUTH ABINGTON TWP. — Summit Christian Academy recently concluded Summit Up, a two-week session day camp. There were five divisions of the camp that each focused on a different topic. SCA kindergarten teacher Tiana Haas worked with campers in preschool th (read more)

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Boy Scouts visit Clarks Green Borough Council

Clarks Green Borough Council welcomed Scouts from Troop 251 to the June Council meeting. From left, first row: Clarks Green Council members Bill Toms, Joe Dougherty, Alan Hughes, M.J. Igoe and Keith Williams. Second row: Christian Weiland, Jamison Bessoir (read more)