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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Bedford, Pennsylvania 2 a saturday St sunday March 28 a 29, 2015 a Bedford Gazette weekend edition Bedford Are a few of my favorite things i recently saw that one of the network channels aired the 50th anniversary special of a the sound of that along with my idea for the end of March provided a title for this column. April May and june Are a few of my favorite things rather times of the year. I must say As Little kids we used to always laugh and say that if anyone had female triplets they should name them april May and june. Hey we were Little kids and related the names of these months to the names of people we knew. I Don t know any triplets but doubt that they would have those names. Actually our favorite months of the year As school kids were june july and August for obvious reasons. As i grew older my favorite months became the Way. Spring Flowers april May and june. Bring Bloom leaves reemerge and them on first they signify the end of Winter and bring warm and sunny Days. Yes we can still get Snow but it won t last Long. It will rain but we will need that. And it Only gets warmer with time. The three sister months have everything that i and maybe you want in a year it s april when we hear the traditional april fool s jokes. The Days gradually get longer but go faster. We go outside to work in the Yard and clean up debris. More Spring Birds the smell of fresh Cut grass is in the air. Easter is in april and school kids Are getting a Little time off after a a Stop and Start Winter. The pirates Start their season on the sixth with their opening game in Cincinnati and their Home opener on april 13 against Detroit. My former Boss Steve used to joke that they would not sell Beer at the pirate Ballpark that year because the pirates lost the opener Hama. I Hope they win As i am Are around and More Are on More excited about them \ 15� includes Ali vol an eat Buffet n six a Quot mint Ailt it our Choice 1111 in limited beverage hours breakfast lunch dinner Brunch All you can eat fish Fry Friday $j4<h Martinsburg. Pay 814-793-5234 a . . . Sundas 8am-Llam Llam-2pm 4pm-8pm i Lam-2pm / than i have been in a while. Good old april. The Middle sister May offers More of the same As april yet improves the temperature and length of the Day. People Are moving their porch or Patio items from storage and seem to be in better spirits. They Plant their gardens and their Flowers. Yard sales signs and ads Are More abundant. Families gather for Mother s Day and for picnics during memorial Day. State Parks officially open for the summer swimming season. Families Are starting to make vacation plans. High school seniors Are preparing for graduation and younger students Are preparing for summer vacation. Life is Good at the end of May. On june i there is More summertime remaining in the year than at any other poachers plead guilty Harrisburg a. Apr six Central Pennsylvania residents have been ordered to pay More than $23,000 in fines and costs stemming from a three month Deer poaching spree. The Pennsylvania game commission said Friday that two men two women and two unidentified minors pleaded guilty to killing 18 White tailed Deer and possessing two other illegal Deer in the Spring Grove area York county Between september and december. The counts to which the defendants pleaded guilty included illegal Hunting of big game shooting on or across highways illegal use of lights while Hunting unlawful spotlighting during firearms Deer season using a motorized vehicle to locate game or wildlife and possessing a loaded firearm in a vehicle. We do the things that the big Banks done to Hometown _ _ Bedford a 31 e Fin Street �393 Everett a 36 w. Mala Street 651-693 n a it a a out or Khz a Bam pot to. Cave Iii n a do sleep lire of a a Stock a Largo selection of mattress in a sues ilium. Fad ruts or Mon it the Woff ifs a amp of Kurs fit we i of toss tempered so Quot it 30.3-1/2 mites West of Bedford on Pansy Hob re a Ort 56�?� in mile Quality tvs backed by service Weyantsr to sales a service i 33 e. Main St Everett 652-6330 Obj Reed Wertz amp Roadman inc. Insurance and financial planning 702 w. Pitt St. Bedford a 623-1111 Ruri play do grand prize a second prize a $25c us third prize the first person to completely cover one of the game pieces on their card and brings it to the Bedford Gazette office is shoo the $250 second prize and $100 third prize will be randomly drawn from All the covered cards returned at the end of the Bingo contest. Prize winners will receive Quot Bingo Bucks Quot which spend the same As Cash at any of the sponsoring businesses on the front and Back of this Bingo card to re ways to w or first horizontal wins first vertical wins $50 a it Bucks $50 Bucks or Ria go first Diagonal wins $100 Bucks any Row Blva 6? 2 45 v 73 any column la 244 47 any direction How to play 1 beginning monday f Eon. Ary 23 through Weon Escay May 20 look through the pages of the Bedford Gazette each Day for the daily official Bingo number 2 of the daily number matches a number on one or both of the game pieces on your official Bingo card Cut it out and carefully tape it to your card As the number on the game piece needs to be legible in order for you to be eligible for Penzes there will be two copies of each number published each Day in Case you have that number on both of your game pieces 3 of one of your game pieces is the first vertical horizontal or Diagonal Bong it to the Bedford Gazette office to see if you Are a prize Winner of you Are you will keep the game piece to continue playing to be eligible for toe grand second and third prizes 4 e very number on your game piece must Nave the Correct Bingo number secured to that Square of your game pieces Are not compte Ety fined keep playing until an the numbers Are covered incomplete game pieces wi1 be disqualified no exceptions no facsimiles a owed numbers Are available free each Day at toe Bedford Gazette office 5 once one of toe game a Ces on our official card is completely filled Bong it to the Bedford Gazette office al 424 w Penn St Bedford Between 8 a in -5 monday through Friday to see if you Are toe Graj prize Winner no phone ca8s please of you Are toe grand prize Winner you can Neep toe other game pieces to be eligible for toe second prize and third prize drawings on Friday May 29. 2015 6 once a grand prize Winner is announced toe Bingo game Contr us until toe last daily number is published on wednesday May 20 2015 Bong your Bingo card with both game pieces completely filled to toe Bedford Gazette office b. Wednesday May 27. 2015 at 5 p in to be eligible for toe second prize and third Ponze drawings on Friday May 29 2015 at 12 p in limit one entry per contestant r toe prize drawings 7 the official Bingo rules Are available at toe Bedford Gazette office and win be published every Day r the Bedford Gazette Dunn toe contest no Purchase a necessary As Bingo numbers Are a Attalie free each Day at the Bedford a Atte a fuse impressive looks inc. 118 South Richard St., Bedford Fri 4-623-0626 hours Mon. Thru thurs. 9-5, f to. 9-7, sat. 9-3 a a it lot food stores a gush open daily 8am 8pm sunday 9am 5pm glazed Ham Steak dinner 2 Side orders amp All you can eat salad bar Iii restaurant Yam tools knit Crochet Ewe knit Yam shop Rebacca it Randall Clark proprietors 22 North Spring Street unit 1 Everett. A 15537 phone 814 348-1020 fax 814 348-1069 sunday Brunch at the every sunday from 11 am-2 pm Toole for new items on the Buffet every week a h8hb8bbbbee weavers a it a s turns appointed Viz to Sun. A a committed cuss of 2015 Are you looking for a Job Community foundation for the alleghenies is seeking this years High school graduates for a paid summer internship. A identify and support solutions to issues facing the Community learn about funding guidelines a create Media projects to spread their ideas participants must a be available to work in our Johnstown office june 22 to Augustl a be Able to work effectively in groups a be enthusiastic and creative a have Confidence and self motivation time. We have been waiting for this since last september. People will have the windows open or perhaps the air conditioning on already. June is providing us everything that april and May did yet More Daylight to do it and temperatures that Are still tolerable. We will Honor dear old dad in the Middle of the month with perhaps a new tie and an outside Barbecue. The first lightning bugs appear and hopefully the pirates will be in first place in their division but we must remember that it is still late Spring. Summer does t officially arrive until june 21, and after that the Days will Start to become Shorter although you won t notice it then. Let s not go there quite yet. We Don t want to wish our lives away As it goes too quickly anyway. As in a football game april May and june Are the a second Quarter months a arriving before halftime of the year. As kids we also loved the a two minute warning of our year Christmas and vacation time also As kids we used to always say april showers bring May what do May Flowers bring a pilgrims was the answer but we would say a june we thought we were funny but we enjoyed this time of the year. I am still a kid at heart. Like a Silver White Winters that melt into Springs these Are a few of my favorite i m ready. Are you Fred Baca of Everett is a retired Everett area High school teacher. He is curs gently a consultant teaches Spanish to groups and enjoys being involved in the Community. Applications for the youthp3nternsp arc due for an application and Job description visit Medford county endowments a 814 536 7741 ext 117 for upcoming events or an adoption application form visit the shelter on Facebook or it . Call the shelter daily Between i and 5 . At 623-8968. Information on the shelter s spay and neuter clinic is available at 717-987-3033. Rescued is our favorite Breed pets up for adoption this week at the Bedford county humane society include Beautiful Bella right a i year old female Staffordshire Terri if instead you re passionate for a pit Honey left is a pretty 4-year old female. Still dreaming of a forever Home is Spunky 5-Yeir old Wyatt at right. Holly below and Mike below right Are 9-month old felines. Holly is an attractive Gray spayed female and Mike is a cute yellow longhair. Friendly kitties Are Kendra left and Sassy below who Are both 10-month old spayed females

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