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Pike Township planning chair Peter Wulfhorst, left, presented his 2018 annual report to the supervisors on February 14. Supervisors George C. Fluhr, Keith Raser and Gregory Hoeper are also pictured.

Shohola board sells patrol cars, other assets

SHOHOLA, PA — After de-authorizing their small township police department in December, the Shohola Township supervisors saw to the logistical leftovers on February 14.


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New beginnings in art

BARRYVILLE, NY/SHOHOLA, PA — The Barryville Area Arts Association is gathering local artists for an exhibit on escaping the past and realizing our dreams for the future. “New Beginnings” will open January 5, with complimentary refreshments, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Artists’ Market Community Center, 114 Richardson Ave.


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A table with gifts created by local artisans

Artists Market holiday party

SHOHOLA, NY — The Artists’ Market Community Center is hosting a holiday party, featuring an exhibit called the “Story of Christmas in Classic Art,” from 4 to 6 p.m. on December 1.


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“Broken Eggs,” by Jean Baptiste (1756)

‘Food and Art’ in Shohola

SHOHOLA, PA — Meet local celebrity chef Brandon Grimila and learn the secret meaning of food in art at the “Food and Art” event at the Artists Market Community Center on Saturday, November 3. Grimila, master chef from 403 Broad at the Hotel Fauchere in Milford, PA, will host a Q & A on the farm-to-table movement.


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The Walker Lake homeowners association is once again trying to get money from homeowners who don’t live in Walker Lake to pay for using a beach to which those homeowners have deeded lake rights. 

Walker Lake trying to squeeze neighbors

SHOHOLA, PA — Allen Sherer lives in one of about 60 homes in Maple Park. All of those homes have deeded rights to use a beach on Walker Lake. In 2013, the Walker Lakeshores Landowners Association (WLLA), which is a homeowners association for Walker Lake, acquired the beach by accepting it as a donation from the man who formerly owned it.


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This chicken was decorated by Maureen and George Detrick

‘Fly the Coop’

SHOHOLA, PA — Original creations “Fly the Coop!,” a community art event designed to connect businesses, consumers, non-profits, art lovers and artists, are currently on display at locations all across the River Valley.


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March in a mermaid parade

SHOHOLA, PA — Mermaids are coming to Shohola on August 4. Inspired by the “Coney Island in Shohola” event scheduled for that same day, a group of artists and art lovers have decided to march dressed as mermaids, King Neptune, or Coney Island freaks.

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