DANVILLE — A crowd of nearly 100 invited guests filled the sidewalk in front of the Boyd House Museum on Sunday, waiting to get a peek inside of the displays of war memorabilia, from the Civil War to Vietnam.But first, the Montour County Historical Society had to make it official. After the color guard from the Danville American Legion Post 40 raised the flag, past Legion Commanders Mike Hughes and Dean VonBlohn cut the ribbon for the museum’s grand opening.
The one-time Category 5 storm will not reach Pennsylvania, though her outer bands of rain will sprinkle on the Central Susquehanna Valley Tuesday night into Wednesday, ac- cording to AccuWeather.“We’re not really expecting too much after-effects from Irma,” said meteorologist Alan Reppert of the State College-based weather service.“Showers Tuesday night and likely into Wednesday. That’s re- ally the outer bands, that’s not from the storm. That’s going to be over Tennessee.
A Central Susquehanna Valley church is gathering supplies to send to flood victims in Texas.On Tuesday, Revival Tabernacle Pastor James R. Bond said the church is hoping to load three tractor-trailers full of supplies to drive down to an affiliated church in Humble, Texas, which is in the Houston metropolitan area.Bond said the first trailer was supposed to arrive at the Watsontown-area church either Tuesday night or this morning, and the church was seeking donations of supplies to fill it...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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