Lifestyle briefs

Plant-Based Living Group to hold meeting

The Plant-Based Living Group will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. July 9 at PMF Industries lunchroom/kitchen, 2601 Reach Road, rear.

Attendees should bring a vegan dish or snack to share.

Future meetings will include cooking demonstrations, interesting speakers and documentary viewings.

For more information, email

Lewisburg Christian Women’s Club to host Fur to Fashion brunch

LEWISBURG — The Lewisburg Christian Women’s Club will host a Fur to Fashion brunch at 9 a.m. July 10 at the Country Cupboard, Route 15.

The program will feature Pam Rosado, of Country Vale Alpacas.

Music will be presented by Marina Gresh.

Kimberly McCormick will present “When Life’s Unwelcome Changes Come Knocking, Just Open the Door.”

There is a cost.

For more information or to make a reservation, call Peggy at 570-743-2054 or email

Clinton County Genealogical Society to hold meeting

MILL HALL — The Clinton County Genealogical Society will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. July 10 at the Church of the Latter Day Saints, 8 Noll Drive.

Martin Hulla will demonstrate and discuss various pieces of equipment that were necessary for the coal miners and objects his mother used in the house.

Planned Giving Council of Central Pennsylvania to host Planned Giving Basics

The Planned Giving Council of Central Pennsylvania will host Planned Giving Basics on July 18 at Northcentral PA YWCA, 815 W. Fourth St.

Attendees will learn the basics of planned giving including donor stewardship, required documentation and implementation. The session will conclude with open dialogue and a Q&A time.

Breakfast will begin at 8 a.m. with the presentation to follow at 8:30 a.m.

There is a cost for the event.

Registration is required.

To register, visit plannedgiving -18-2018-planned-giving-fundamentals/.

For more information, call Anna Thompson, YWCA communications and development director at 570-322-4637 ext. 159.

Barclay Mountain Heritage Day accepting craft vendors

LeROY — LeRoy Heritage Museum is accepting applications from craft vendors for Barclay Mountain Heritage Day, to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 11 at 257 Mill St.

Products made from wood will be accepted because lumbering is an important part of the Barclay Mountain story. Other crafts or handmade goods that would relate include coal mining, natural gas, forests, conservation, wildlife, hunting, fishing, camping, hiking or the history of the mountain. The museum will not accept flea market vendors or commercially made products. All products must be made by the vendor who is selling them.

Vendor application, rules and a link to pay the vendor fee can be found at The application may be mailed or emailed to LeRoy Heritage Museum to arrive by August 4. All spaces are outdoors and will be 10’x10′. If more room is needed, additional spaces will need to be reserved. There will be designated areas for craft vendors and all vendors should plan to bring their own tables, chairs and tents. Electric will not be available.

Applications will be accepted until August 4.

LeRoy Heritage Museum also will accept educational exhibits or demonstration tents pertaining to the event theme. There is no cost for setup although the participants will be expected to follow the same rules as craft vendors.

The final sponsorship deadline for those interested will be Wednesday. Families, hunting camps, organizations and businesses will be able to sponsor in memory of someone who was associated with Barclay Mountain.

For more information, call the museum office at 570-364-5003 or visit