Two lifelong residents run for Andover mayor

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Lifelong residents of Andover, Gerald DiBell and Raymond “Buddy” French, are currently running for the position as mayor of Andover.(From Oct. 11 edition).
They were asked the same questions on their reason for pursuing a position as mayor.

Pierpont Community Action League announces upcoming events

by Lauren Locke

PIERPONT – In hopes of supporting its local community, the Pierpont Community Action League will be offering a few upcoming events for the community to take part in within the next several weeks.(From Oct. 11 edition).

Pymatuning Valley Primary PTO prep for its 7th annual Reverse Raffle

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – If you have an elementary-age child in the Andover area, or are interested in supporting a good cause in hopes of winning fun prizes, you won’t want to miss Pymatuning Valley Primary PTO’s seventh annual Reverse Raffle scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 16, with doors opening at 4:30 p.m. that day at Dorset Community Center. (From Oct. 11 edition).

Andover Community Theater begins rehearsals for a murder mystery theater

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – If you are a fan of mysteries, fairy tales or simply are looking for an entertaining way to spend your weekend, you won’t want to miss Andover Community Theater Society’s (ACTS) upcoming murder mystery theater “Out of the Woods: A Rather Grimm Fairy Tale” as set for Saturday, Nov. 2, at Andover Public Library.(From Oct. 11 edition).

Linesville preps for annual Trunk or Treat and The Haunted Barn

by Lauren Locke

LINESVILLE – If you’re looking to get involved in the community this month, you won’t want to miss this year’s trunk or treat event as well as The Haunted Barn (at Mickle’s Barn) within Linesville, Pa. (From Oct. 11 edition).

God's Country ATV announce cross dedication event

by Lauren Locke

 NEW LYME – The public is invited to participate in a cross dedication at God’s Country ATV Tours on Sunday, Oct. 20, at its location of 1919 Route 6 in New Lyme.(From Oct. 4 edition).

Pymatuning Valley WAVE committee gears up for their 24th chili cook-off

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Whether you go for spicy, thick or unconventional, you won’t want to miss Pymatuning Valley WAVE committee’s 25th annual Laker chili cook-off scheduled this year from 4:30-7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18, within the cafeteria of the high school in Andover.(From Oct. 4 edition).

Celebrate Pierpont slated for Wednesday, Oct. 9

by Lauren Locke

 

PIERPONT – Thanks to the sponsorship of Pierpont Township trustees, the Pierpont Fire Department, Ducro Funeral Services, NOPEC, ACMC and the Pierpont Community Action League, the inaugural “Celebrate Pierpont” will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 9, for the public. (From Oct. 4 edition).
According to Pierpont Trustee Barb Culp, the free event will be held at the Pierpont Fire Department red building from 4-7 p.m. and will include business organizations and vendors from Pierpont that will be showcasing their products and talents.
“We want to celebrate what we have in Pierpont,” said Culp. “There are over 40 businesses located in Pierpont Township, along with a myriad of organizations and home-based businesses.”
In addition to a spotlight on the organizations in the area, the event will also include free food and door prizes.
For further information or to register to display your business, organization or talent, please call the township hall at (440) 577-1015 or Barb Culp at (440) 577-1485.