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Weekend Extra (Newspaper) - May 15, 2010, Bedford, PennsylvaniaSaturday amp sunday May 15 amp 16,2010 a Bedford Gazette weekend extra Bedford a. A 7largest Bunny collection on display in Calif. Pasadena Calif. Apr it started 18 years ago with an endearment and a Plush Zimny. Today Steve Lubanski and Candace Frazee live in the Bunny museum where they have the world s largest Rabbit collection with More than 26,000 items. Guinness world records dubbed them the largest in 1999 when there were Only 8,437 pieces in the House. Frazee counts and Cata logs the collection and keeps track of visitors a hovering around 16,000. The couple Are surrounded by rabbits from wallpaper to wind Chimes phones to faucets and sheets to screen savers. Thousands of items Are in storage because there is no space left. Erin Seeherman 24, was visitor no. 15,976. She came from Philadelphia with pictures of her bunnies Zeke and Nora food for Frazee s rabbits and plans to buy lots of souvenirs at the museum gift shop. Quot i was hoping it would be trinket heaven quot she said. Lubanski 52, and Frazee 53, met at a singles seminar in 1992. She called him quot Honey Bunny quot and he gave her a stuffed Rabbit for Valentine s Day. In the beginning they gave each other Bunny gifts on holidays. Then every Day. Sometimes dozens a Day. At the reception to their 1994 wedding he dressed in a Zimny Costi Ime they did the Zimny hop and ate Carrot cake. In 1998, they opened the mus Exun calling it the quot happiest place in the admission is free by appointment Only. The couple have seven real by mines and continue to expand their collection at antique Novelty and out of town stores. Even when they go on vacation there Are Zimny influences a like the Rabbit Ridge winery in paso Robles or the Jackrabbit trading Post in Joseph City Ariz. This time of year is like Christmas because easter makes stores nearly As Zimny Happy As they Are. The most asked after item in the museum is an Elvis Parsley Pitcher Frazee said. But the most asked question quot How do you dust quot she used to do it All herself but finally hired a housekeeper to help two Days a week. Quot but the truth is quot she jokes quot we Don t mind dust bunnies at the a photo submitted farming around 4-h ers Busy farming around 4-h club members recently purchased Shade cloth for the Goat and Lamb Bam at the Bedford county Fairgrounds. The Shade cloth will help reduce the amount of Sun entering the bams during fair week in an Effort to try and reduce the temperatures in the bams. The club also hosted a bake Sale at myer s View farm s annual Sale at the Bedford county Fairground in april. The club raised $330 and donated the Money to Vanessa Rinehart who was injured in a farm related Accident. Members of the farming around club Are above front from left Devin Shumaker Zach Cox Mark Anderson Ivey Myers Silas Custer and Darrin Miller second Row Cassie Nave Jake Nave Shania Braman Daniese Leydig Ryan Styer Caleb Carter Gracie Lynch Devon Miller Ala Nia Shumaker and Noah Lynch and third Row Cassie Braman Mathew Lynch Ryan Feeney Derek Adams Morgan Marisic Derek Miller Jolene Nave Erica Feeney Megan Anderson Taylor Conley Breneda Zimmerman and Kurtis Cox. At left club members and their parents recently completed a Community service project at the Hyndman area health Center. They helped remove old stones and place mulch around the shrubs and Trees. Club members participating in the project included from left Daniese Leydig Erica Feeney Ryan Feeney Cody Nave Kurtis Cox Taylor Conley Gunnar Layton Derek Adams Derek Miller Cassie Nave Zach Cox Darrin Miller Shania Braman Cassie Braman Jolene Nave Ives Nave and Aaron Conley. Portsmouth England offers visitors a look at centuries of naval history. Continued from Page 6 the wreck was raised from the seabed in 1982 and conservationists have been working to restore the ship s Hull along with 19,000 Tudor Era artefacts found with it. A new museum set to open in a few years will display 70 percent of the artefacts As Well As the Hull. The existing museum displays just 6 percent of the artefacts but still offers plenty to see a including a fat of a Rig Ging line that still smells of the tar used to keep it Waterproof 500 years ago. Below deck visitors can explore the Low Ceil need quarters for regular sailors the ornate quarters of the Admiral and the Galley with its giant stoves. Sundecks Are crowded with massive cannons. After a morning at the dockyard i was ready for Linch. A guard who looked the picture of an old fashioned Sailor in a Blue uniform Bushy White Beard and Cap adorned with military insignia directed me to the Britannia fish bar just outside the Gate. It was he advised where All the staff ate. I dined on fish and chips then set off to explore the town. My lodestar was the Spinnaker Tower a White 558-foot Tower in the shape of and named after the sail. Rising above the centuries old buildings surrounding the Harbor the Tower which opened in 2005, is a modern take on the area s traditions. The building also Marks the Start of the millennium promenade tourist walk just look for the Chain Motif carved into the sidewalk. The Motif is a reference to a Chain that used to be stretched across the Harbor to defend against potential attack. The Trail starts at the tourist office just outside the dockyard Gate and leads to the Harbor station where catamarans run to the Isle of Wight. It picks up on the other Side of the station where the Spinnaker Tower sits in front of gun wharf quays a newly redeveloped shopping Center. The Trail follows a serpentine path Down to the seafront promenade past new Condo developments the town s Small fish Market and around the Marina to massive sea Wall fortifications. At one end of the Wall is the round Tower located at the narrowest part of the Harbor to help defend it. Portions of the Stone Tower Are centuries old. The Chain Trail leads on Down narrow alleyways and past Skinny houses to the tip of the Peninsula in front of a pair of pubs. It s the perfect place for a Day tripping landlubber to grab a drink before heading Back to classifieds dear Abby troubled teen wants escape from unhappy life at Home dear Abby i am 13 and have been Home schooled for a. Few years but i hate it. My parents recently got a divorce after Many years of trying to. Although i was used to the idea of their divorce i cried when it happened. Mom asked me what was wrong and i told her. Her reply was quot of grow up. You re 13, not 5" it showed me she does t care about my feelings. I Don t know Why but sometimes i think i m the reason behind my parents split. Also i have no idea How to Tell mom i want to go to High school next year. I feel like my life is falling apart. What do i do a Tennessee teen in turmoil dear Tennessee teen regardless of How old a person is when parents divorce it can be shocking a even if you saw it coming. It s Normal to be sad about it but Don t make your Burden harder to Bear by feeling in any Way guilty about the split. I children Are Seldom if Ever the cause a or even a Factor a Jan a divorce or separation. The circumstances that led your parents to separate Are far fore Cor plex than they May appear on the surface. Your parents have probably been deeply Hurt by each other. Rarely is one party entirely to lame. Do not feel sorry for ourself or ashamed. Divorce opens in the Best of families. Our Mother s reaction to your bars was regrettable. It May have been she Felt defensive. Divorce can be an emotional Oiler coasters be prepared or her to have mood swings ind Don t personalize it. She May be having a bad Day As to your attending High school rather than being Home schooled a a Way to approach a discussion would be to Tell your Mother you would like to try it for quot a she May be More receptive than you think because she May need to get a Job or return to school to prepare for one. Dear Abby i am a 22-year-old College student. My Boyfriend quot Jay quot and i have been together four years and plan to become engaged after school. The problem is i have never told him my mom is a lesbian. She dresses like a Man and wears her hair very Short. I have always accepted her for who she is a or at least i thought so. I have told Jay lies about my mom and dad being together when in fact they Are not. My dad is deceased and mom has a Girlfriend. I will graduate soon and Jay will be there. So will mom and her Girlfriend. I feel like i am losing my mind the closer that graduation comes. Jay is a wonderful person but sometimes he can be judgmental. I have wanted to Tell him the truth Many times but i m afraid of what he will think of me or have second thoughts about our relationship. I can t seem to find the words to Tell him even when i try. Please help. A keeping a secret in Huntsville Texas dear keeping a secret Here Are the words quot Jay there is something i need to Tell you a something i Haven t been completely honest then Tell him everything and do it before graduation so he Wil Abigail Van Buren have time to forgive you for not trusting him and being truthful about your background. He will probably be More upset about the deception than any impression your Mother could make. If Jay loves you the two of you will get past this. But if he s not up to it then your relationship was t meant to be and you la have to accept it. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren also known As Jeanne Phillips and was founded by her Mother Pauline Phillips. Write dear Abby at or . Box 69440, los Angeles Ca 90069. Good advice for everyone a teens to seniors a is in the anger in All of us and How to Deal with to order Send a business size self addressed envelope plus Check or Money order for $6 . Funds Only to dear Abby a anger Booklet . Box 447, mount Morris in 61054-0447. Postage is included in the Price 0kav,l�ocv.5tanp unav Back there of th�5ebu5he5. A or 5-15-10 i m 60nna mit vol a a Arball. Try to 6et it Back a5fa5ta6���can 0<>09 today s Best buys when placing your classified and get extra attention in today s Best buys ask your and rep for details coming events Bingo fort Bedford of club Bingo parlor All the cards you can play for $19 includes one guaranteed Jackpot no Bingo Friday Bingo sunday june 6 sunday june 13 doors open at 2 30 pm games Start at 3 15 pm 3531 business 220 North cd. 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