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  1. VIP Flower Sale

    March 21, 2018, 11:00 AM - April 26, 2018, 4:00 PM @ Victims Intervention Program

    Choose from the following: 5.5-inch potted Geraniums - $7; 6-inch Gerber Daisies - $8; 10-inch Ivy Geranium - $18; and 10-inch hanging Million Bells - $18.

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  2. Freedom from Smoking Group Quit Program

    April 25, 2018, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Wayne County YMCA

    Join the American Lung Association’s eight-week quit smoking program, conveniently held at the Wayne County YMCA. Hundreds of thousands of people have become smokefree through a Freedom From Smoking® Group Clinic which offers a structured, systematic approach to quitting smoking. Overseen by a certified facilitator, you will learn: ? How to know if you’re really ready to quit. ? Medications that can increase your success. ? Lifestyle changes to make quitting easier. ? How to prepare for your quit day. ? Coping strategies for managing stress & avoiding weight gain. ? How to stay smokefree for good.

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  3. Veterans Administration Community Town Hall Meeting

    April 25, 2018, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Park Street Complex

    Veterans, Family Members, Community Stakeholders and the public are invited to attend the open forum discussion with Mr. Russell E. Lloyd, Director VA Medical Center Wilkes-Barre. Veterans Affairs Employees will be on-hand to assist with information on available services. 

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  4. Take Back the Night

    April 25, 2018, 5:15 PM @ The Cooperage

    The Wayne County Victims Intervention Program marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April with the annual Take Back the Night event. Take Back the Night empowers victims in their healing process, educates the public on the serious effects of sexual violence and unifies individuals to stand against violence in their community. Prevention is possible!

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  5. Downtown Hawley Partnership 10th Anniversary Dinner Meeting

    April 25, 2018, 6:00 PM @ Hawley United Methodist Church

    The Downtown Hawley Partnership has announced plans to celebrate the organization's tenth annual meeting in the Great Hall of the Hawley United Methodist Church. The event uncludes a buffet dinner and a presentation on the organization's accomplishments over the past year and plan for 2018-19. Terri Dennison, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Route 6 Alliance will speak about various initiatives that impact communities along the Route 6 Heritage Corridor. A highlight of the evening will also include the presentation of the 10th annual “Outstanding Contributions to the Community” recognition in three categories – by a for-profit, a non-profit, and an individual. The Delaware Highlands Conservancy and Clemleddy Constructio will receive the non-profit and for profit awards respectively. The Individual award winner will be revealed that evening.

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  6. Recycling: Past, Present & Future

    April 25, 2018, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Honesdale High School

    Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support (SEEDS) offers a demonstration of the Rocket Composter, which was obtain through a student-launched initiative with a county-written grant that made Wayne Highland School District the first in school in Pennsylvania to have one. Speakers at the forum including SEEDS Founding member Chuck Heyn, Wayne County Recycling Center Director Randy Heller and Himalayan Institute Business Operations Director Stephen Moulton.

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