Noteworthy: Thursday, February 28, 2013
God's Chuckwagon resumes Monday
God's Chuckwagon, a group of volunteers who set up in Mount Carmel and Shamokin downtowns once a week to provide free food to the needy, will restart Monday.
God's Chuckwagon provides meals from 4 to 6 p.m. each Monday at Oak and Fourth streets, Mount Carmel, and during the same times on Tuesdays along Independence Street near the WIC office in Shamokin.
Charismatic prayer group restarts
MOUNT CARMEL - Charismatic prayer meeting will restart at 6:30 tonight at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church hall, 41 S. Market St.
The Rev. Frank Karwacki will begin the meeting with an inspirational teaching on "Mature Faith."
Future meetings will be held on Thursdays except for the first Thursday of the month.
The public is invited.
Rt. 225 resurfacing begins in March
TREVORTON - A $2.1 million resurfacing project along 4.8 miles of Route 225 between here in Shamokin is set to start the week of March 11.
The work extends from one mile east of Trevorton to the intersection with Route 61 at Shamokin. Traffic will be maintained by daylight flagging operations.
Prime contractor New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. Inc. will begin by making a series of drainage improvements. Later in the project, the work will include milling of the existing top layer of pavement and resurfacing with new blacktop.
All work is scheduled for completion by July 3.
Water conservation workshop set
SUNBURY - The Penn State Master Gardeners of Northumberland and Snyder Counties will be presenting a Water Conservation Program at the Degenstein Library located at 40 S. Fifth St., at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Master Gardeners will do a live demonstration on how to make a rain barrel, which will be given away as a door prize. They will also talk about installing a rain garden.
Call the Penn State Extension Office at 988-3950 to register.