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July 9, 2014

Things to do from July 9, 2014

- — Meetings

• West Middlesex High School class of 1965 meets for lunch at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Middlesex Diner, West Middlesex.

Info: Beverly Chlpka, 724-962-4806.

• Farrell High School class of 1960 meets at 11:30 a.m. July 16 at The Golden Apple Inn, Wheatland.

Spouses and guests welcome.

Info: 724-981-0388.


• Stony Point Grange 1694 hosts their annual homemade ice cream supper from 4 to 7 p.m. July 19 at the grange hall, 69 Kremis Road, Greenville.

Ice cream is sold by two to four scoops with toppings; combo meal is offered with hot or cold sandwich, small salad, two scoops of ice cream with piece of cake for $5.

Info: 724-588-8179.

• The Mercer-Northwest Guernsey Breeders Association hosts their annual ice cream supper from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Mercer County 4-H Park on Route 19, 465 N. Perry Highway, 1 mile north of Mercer.

People return each year for the all-you-can-eat summer treat. For newcomers, seeing ice cream served with a shiny scoop shaped like a garden trowel is always a shock but they learn quickly that no other tool can put out the giant servings that are offered to all the visitors. Volunteers do all the serving.

The rich vanilla ice cream can be topped with chocolate syrup or strawberries. It is served with a choice of cake and coffee or cold drink.

The event is held rain or shine with indoor and outdoor seating.

Ice cream is also available for purchase to take home.

Tickets are available in advance at the Leslie N. Firth Learning Center, next door to the park, or from directors of the Guernsey association. Adults tickets are $7; and children, 5-10 years old, are $4. Children under age 4 are free.


• Mercer County Cooperative Extension Office, Mercer, offers a Basics of Home Canning course from 1 to 3 p.m. July 15.

Have you thought about growing your own garden produce, or purchasing fruits or vegetables from a local farm this summer? What about finding a pick-your-own fruit and/or vegetable farm and then freezing or canning the fresh produce or fruit for later use in family meals? Would you like to know more about how to use a pressure canner?

Preregistration is required by calling 814-849-7361. Registration fee for the class is $20 per person.

• If you use a pressure canner for home food preservation, Penn State Extension is offering free testing of dial gauges for accuracy. You will need to bring the lid with the attached dial gauge to the Extension Office. Call the Penn State Extension Office in Mercer at 724-662-3141 to schedule a time for canner testing.

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