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The Sentinel offers nonprofit and other community organizations an opportunity to promote upcoming events for free in the community calendar for three days before the event. Events requiring reservations may be promoted for up to two weeks before the reservation deadline.

Events that require a purchase from a for-profit business, even if a donation is made to the organization, are not eligible for the calendar.

Submit items at least one week in advance via email, events@lewistownsentinel.com; call (717) 248-6741; online, Virtual Newsroom at www.lewistownsentinel.com; or mail or drop off, The Sentinel, 352 Sixth St., P.O. Box 588 Lewistown, PA 17044. The editor reserves the right to edit all submissions.

You must include a telephone number for verification purposes. The phone number is not for publication, unless so indicated.

Reserve Now

• Chicken barbecue — 11 a.m., Sept. 24, Ellen Chapel Church. $7 for half. Sides and baked goods available. Reserve at (717) 248-9576 or (717) 250-7776.

• Goose Day dinner –11 a.m. until sold out, Sept. 29, Reedsville Fire Co. Eat-in or take out. $15 includes goose, mashed potatoes, filling, gravy, corn, dinner roll and apple dumpling. To pre-order, call (717) 667-6110. Leave a name, phone number, how many meals and when you would like to pick up.

• Free fall gardening workshop and produce share — 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 27, Body and Soul Community Center, Strodes Mills. Learn how to prepare your garden for winter so you can have a great garden next spring. Gardeners can bring their extra produce to share with other attendees. To reserve a spot, call Rose Massie at (717) 899-6044 or email at rmassie@cpartnerships.com The workshop is sponsored by Community Partnerships and United Way of Mifflin-Juniata.

• Ham supper takeout meal — Pickup 4-6 p.m., Oct. 8, Lower Tuscarora Presbyterian Church, 54 Church Road, Mifflin (Academia). Meal is ham with raisin sauce, mashed potatoes/gravy, candied sweet potatoes, corn, green beans and cake. Last day to preorder is Oct. 1 by calling (717) 319-4527.

• Mifflin County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees luncheon meeting — noon, Thursday, Oct. 6, at Birch Hill Event Center, Burnham. Program will feature Bill Wade from CARIES speaking on Medicare Fraud. Menu: Caprese salad, ham, sweet potatoes, green bean almondine, rolls, gingerbread with whipped topping. Cost is $14. Reserve, with a number of persons attending, by emailing ldmjdj@embarqmail.com or calling (717) 437-6024 by noon, Friday, Sept. 30. All school retirees welcome.

Friday, Sept. 23

• Shelter Services yard sale — 9 a.m.-2 p.m., basement of Parkview Brethren Church, 990 Parcheytown Road, Lewistown. Benefits Shelter Services.

• Mifflin County Library fall book sale — 9 a.m.-

3:45 p.m. at the library, 123 N. Wayne Street, Lewistown. Information about the library and its services can be accessed at www.mifflincountylibrary.org.

• Hoagie sale — 10:30 a.m.-?. Arch Rock United Methodist Church Community Hall, across from the church. There will be ham and cheese and turkey and cheese sandwiches. Call (717) 436-2882 with questions or large orders. Leave a message if no answer

• Single mom support group — 6:30-8 p.m., New Life Church Cafe, 101 Beech St., Burnham. Dinner served from 6:30-7 for mothers and children. Child care from 7-8 while mothers meet in a group. Information: call or text (717) 437-4946.

Saturday, Sept. 24

• Shelter Services yard sale — 9 a.m.-2 p.m., basement of Parkview Brethren Church, 990 Parcheytown Road, Lewistown. Benefits Shelter Services.

• Mifflin County Library fall book sale — 9 a.m.-

3:45 p.m. at the library, 123 N. Wayne Street, Lewistown. Information about the library and its services can be accessed at www.mifflincountylibrary.org.

•Hoagie sale — 10:30 a.m.-?. Arch Rock United Methodist Church Community Hall, across from the church. There will be ham and cheese and turkey and cheese sandwiches. Call (717) 436-2882 with questions or large orders. Leave a message if no answer

• Toy drive/cruise-in — 1-5 p.m., Register Chevrolet, Thompsontown. Rain date Oct. 1. No cost to attend, but donations of a new, unwrapped town would be appreciated. A “live Elvis,” performed by Denny Heckard, will perform and food will be on sale. Information: (717) 535-4155.

Sunday, Sept. 25

• Goose Day Road Rally —

9 a.m., registration at Wingman Brew and Que.

• Free community luncheon — 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Lewistown Presbyterian Church, 17 E Third St. Please enter at the Third Street doors.

• Break bread together dinner — 5 p.m., St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 21 S. Main St., Lewistown. Takeout menu is fried chicken.

Monday, Sept. 26

No events reported.

Reunions

Upcoming reunions, including missing classmate requests, are published as part of the calendar and should be sent to events@lewistownsentinel.com. Brief reports of reunions and class reunion photos with the people identified in the order in which they appear are accepted for publication in the Saturday Living section and should be sent to living@lewistownsentinel.com.

• Harshbarger reunion — noon, Oct. 1, Longfellow Playground. Bring an item for auction.

• Stewart and Emma (Arnold) Wagner family reunion — Sunday, Oct. 2 at The Annsfield, Route 35, Mifflintown. Email tesstrate@aol.com for more information.

• Chief Logan Class of 1958 — will get together at 4 p.m. Oct. 8 at the Belleville Store, or Tom and Ann McNabb’s Store on the corner of Belleville. For overnight accommodations, call (717) 935-2390. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Call Nellie Wilson, (717) 953-9288 by Sept. 26 with the number of attendees.

• Rothrock High School Class of 1956 reunion –noon, Oct. 12, 2022, Hoss’s Steak and Sea House. Information: Call Shirley 717-248-2746.

• Lewistown Area High School Class of 1976 reunion “When I’m 64” –7-10 p.m., Friday, Oct. 14, 2022, Burnt Timbers Winery, 45 Fisher Bee. Lane, Granville. No cost. Donations appreciated. Cash bar, snacks. Bring your own chair. RSVP to kellirocco@comcast.net or Facebook.com/Lewistown Area High School Class of 1976.


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