East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania’s 2014 Homecoming festivities are open to the public at no cost, unless otherwise stated. For more information on any of the homecoming events listed below, call 570-422-3194, or visit esu.edu/homecoming or esualumni.org/homecoming.
Wednesday, October 22
ESU Theatre Department presents: “Seussical the Musical,” 7:30 p.m., Smith McFarland Theater. ESU students will lead the audience into a lively and imaginative fantasy world in a musical romp that will delight the entire family as they take on the roles of Dr. Seuss’s favorites.
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The Pocono Arts Council will offer the following classes during the month of March 2014. Classes, unless otherwise noted are held at the Pocono Arts Cultural Center, 18 N. 7th St. in Stroudsburg. To register, call 570-476-4460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing Adult Classes
Instructor John McAllister
Weekly Sessions, 4 Sessions per month
Bible Club Banquet
Monroe County Bible Clubs of BCM International will have its annual Bible Club adult banquet Thursday, Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the Streamside Camp and Conference Center’s dining hall, on Possinger Road, off Route 715, between Tannersville and Reeders.
Jim Ecker will show a special slide/tape presentation about the various Bible Club ministries for local children and their families. Rachael Heater will provide the special music, and Dr. Marty Windle will be the evening’s speaker. Tickets are $18 and are available at Frailey’s Nationwide Insurance Agency, 1286 N. Ninth St., Stroudsburg, or by calling 570-421-7447 or 570-421- 9968 or emailing email@example.com.
Pocono Medical Center’s (PMC) S.A.F.E. (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner) program is dedicated to serving individuals in our community who have fallen victim to sexual assault. PMC’s SAFE Team is comprised of health professionals who are trained to help ensure that victims of sexual assault are provided with competent, compassionate and prompt care, while providing the most advanced technology associated with DNA and other sexual assault forensic evidence collection and preservation.
Bob Romeo, salesman, accepts the Readers’ Choice award for Colonial Auto Sales.
George Halas accepts the Readers’ Choice award for Arlington Diner.
Thomas Hartmann accepts the Readers’ Choice award for Hartmann Electrical.
Gail Bryant, Senior Vice President, and Cathy Callahan, Vice President, accept Readers’ Choice award for Essa Bank and Trust.
From left: Jessica Hicks, Fran Culleny, Adrienne Conover, Coleen Garis, Karissa Schiller, Angelika Douckova and Ashley Armelin accept the Readers’ Choice award for Stroudsmoor Inn Towne.
The votes are in, and here are the winners of the Pocono Times Readers’ Choice vote.
best auto parts
store was Advanced Auto Parts. Readers named Best Auto Service Center the
best auto repair shop
. The winner for
best new car dealer
was Ray Price Chevrolet. Topping the votes for
best used car dealer