Community Living

Campfield graduates

WEST HAVEN, CT — Sabrina Campfield of Narrowsburg, NY received a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering degree from the University of New Haven at commencement ceremonies in May at the Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT.

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Looking Back

June brings about the season of graduation for many local seniors, but it also evokes a nostalgia for those who fondly look back on their own commencement ceremonies.

Lake Huntington News 6/28

Summertime is so busy, with lots to do. On Thursday I was in Pete’s Market and I ran into Jill Padua, who cooks at the Forestburgh Playhouse. Jill told me about the play that was showing, “Million Dollar Quartet.” I called Pastor Phyllis, and we made a night out of it.

DV Music scholarships

DELAWARE VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT — On Wednesday, May 2, the Delaware Valley (DV) Music Department Booster Club awarded its first ever summer scholarships. To be eligible, one had to be a DV student in any grade, in any school, who participates in music and attended a music-related camp or program over the previous summer.

TRR photo by Susan Wade

Wayne County Courthouse is the site of the “drug treatment court,” which provides drug-dependent individuals an alternative to incarceration as they seek to rid themselves of the scourge of drug use.

An alternative to incarceration

It is the rare person who doesn’t know someone who has been affected by drug dependency or abuse. As the judicial system has become overloaded with such cases, folks everywhere have wondered if there isn’t a better way to deal with those caught in the throes of this epidemic.

Fighting addiction with passion

Pennsylvania has been one of the states hit hardest by the national opioid epidemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pennsylvania has the fourth-highest rate of overdose fatalities in the United States. Earlier this year, Gov. Tom Wolf declared a statewide emergency concerning the use of opioids.

Looking Back 6/21

Lawrence “Bones” Freiermuth of Indian Orchard recently told the story of a terrible car accident that took place 60 years ago, on July 6, 1958. Earlier that Sunday, Bones (19) and his friend Bill Malti (18) had failed to qualify for further racing at the Beach Lake track.



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