Chase Yarns “Good Works” Aid Others

Chase Yarns, center, is a survivor and role model to others, overcoming depersonalization disorder. This malady makes people feel disconnected and numb to the reality around them. The subject of a 2018 book, Mr. Yarns has conquered this issue and done many “Good Works” in serving as a resource, model and inspiration to those with the same affliction.

L-r, Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, Amy Yarns, mother; Chase, Chris Yarns, father; Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley, and Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings.

Lady Bucks Basketball Team Honored

The Lackawanna County Commissioners presented ceremonial proclamations to the Lady Bucks basketball team in recognition of its PIAA Class 3A State Championship run.

Members of the squad and coaching staff were feted during a brief assembly at the high school on April 11. With members of the squad, are at back left, Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings and Head Coach Ben O’Brien. Back inside right is Assistant Coach Mike O’Malley along with Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.

Trolley Ride & Fun With Mother Goose  

The 2019 Trolley Excursion Season will kickoff in style with a famous children’s character on board.

“A Morning With Mother Goose” will highlight the opening of the trolley season on Saturday, April 27, from 9:30 AM – 11:45 AM.

Everyone will be able to enjoy storytelling by Mother Goose, a hunt for the Golden Egg, face painting and glitter tattoos.  A trolley ride with Mother Goose, featuring sing–alongs, will depart at 11 AM.

Reservations for the rides are required.

For more information and event fees, contact the Trolley Museum at (570) 963-6590.

The Melodious Good Works Of The Poets

The Poets are synonymous with musical entertainment. For 56 years, the group has brought joy to thousands of people at clubs, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and special events. The band has also opened for many national acts that performed here and also inspired others to get into the music business. What began in 1963 will now get its final curtain call in early April.

L-r, Lackawanna County Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, Pat Loungo, Nick Loungo, Frank Gervasi, John Hollenbaugh and Alan Shields, Poets; Commissioner Laureen A. Cummings, and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.