The Clifford Township Historical Society is working hard to develop a unique one-acre, fenced in plot where children can let their imaginations run free. Volunteers are needed to complete The Children’s Garden on Sept. 26 and 27. Since early this summer, youth and adults have worked tirelessly to develop a
State water trail program manager Frank Maguire (above, left) led the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Water Trail Partnership, which was hosted at Camp Lackawanna by the Endless Mountains Heritage Region, which was represented by executive director Annette Schultz and greenway coordinator David Buck. The annual Pennsylvania Water Trail Partnership
Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau executive director Jean Ruhf (left) and communications coordinator Shelley McAndrew encourage organizations and civic leaders to apply for Room Tax Grant funding for 2015 by Friday, Sept. 25. The deadline for receiving applications for 2015 Room Tax Grants through the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau (EMVB) is
Group Photo by Diane Terrell The Endless Mountains Heritage Region was well-represented at the recent unveiling of a sign marking heritage destinations throughout Wyoming County. Joining the Wyoming County Commissioners and other civic leaders in Tunkhannock on Sept. 8 were (top, from left) board members Ed Zygmunt and Marion Sweet,
Photos and commentary by Rick Hiduk While much of Sunday’s Cornstock crowd (above) chose to sit in the shade, die hard fans of The Coal Town Rounders (top with Jessica Illuzzi) effectively surrounded the stage and danced in a warm late summer sun. The Cornstock Folk Festival, held from Sept.
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk There are numerous food options at the Kiwanis Wyoming County Fair, including offerings by local fire companies (top) and churches. There’s plenty of unique items to buy, as well, like colorful metal lawn art displayed by Chuck Bullock (above, left) and Shelly Coberly. It
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Endless Mountains Heritage Region director Annette Schultz (top, right) addresses those gathered along the Merrill Parkway and River Walk in Towanda on Wednesday for the official unveiling of a new sign and map of Bradford County. Participants included (top, from left) Bradford County commissioner