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Each year since 2003 the ACTS Shop has had the honor to host the The Annual Christmas Tree Extravaganza. Trees will be on display to the public from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Dec. 7 at Carmichaels First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Residents are invited to come in and warm up with …

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Washington Festival Chorale has been rehearsing for it upcoming performances of “Candlelight Christmas.” Chorale director Matthew Boice, left, is shown conducting musicians and the community choir of more than 50 voices that will sing at 7 p.m. Dec. 14, at Faith United Presbyterian Church, S…

Hickory United Methodist Church will present a live nativity from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Hickory United EPC Church parking lot, 210 Main St., Hickory. In the event of rain, the nativity will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 14.

Q. My husband and I are planning a big party to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. Sadly, two sisters are all but ruining the event. They are both close friends of mine, but they are feuding with each other. I did not send out online invites but rather traditional paper invitations. Thr…

Christmas Craft ADVENTure will be held at Trinity Church of Washington from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Dec. 4, 11 and 18. Participants can enjoy a family friendly fellowship where all will create Advent crafts, have snacks and participate in a weekly Advent devotional. This is a free community event.…

Q. One of my cousins lives about two hours away. Her parents are deceased, and she is estranged from her siblings. She has been in the hospital several times for mental health care. I believe she is bipolar but don’t know that for sure. Because she lives alone now, we invite her to family ga…

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Claysville Volunteer Fire Department is selling Italian hoagies for $4 each. Order deadline is Dec. 5. Call Sharon at 724-553-4850 to order. Orders will be available for pickup from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 10 at the fire hall, 154 Main St., Claysville.

Trinity North Elementary honored their veterans with a Veterans Day Program given by the students. Sixty-two veterans, among their 150 family members, were honored. Special guests were veterans Commissioner Larry Maggi, Sgt. Maj. Quentin Harper from Trinity’s ROTC Program, members of Veteran…

Students at Joe Walker Elementary School in the McGuffey School District collected 260 canned goods and other nonperishable food items to help the Washington City Mission stock its food bank with the hope that all could enjoy a bountiful Thanksgiving meal. From left are Daymon Connelly, Kyle…

VFW Auxiliary Post 764 President Sandy Roberto and Past President Sara Redinger recently presented a check for $500 to Fix ‘Ur Cat, 18 West Pike St., to Michelle Bruce, president, and Gary Malaskovitz, treasurer, to help defray spaying and neutering costs to veterans for their pets.

VFW Post 191 in Canonsburg donated $2500 to Fill a Firetruck for Christmas ran by the Houston Volunteer Fire Department. The money was raised from the department’s annual Chili Open Golf Outing held at Indian Run Golf Course Oct. 19th.

Q. I smoked cigarettes for 18 years and tried to quit many different times. I tried all the recommended treatments including hypnosis, nicotine gum, patches and a hundred other things. But three years ago, I quit for good, and I feel so much better. That was possible because I started vaping…

Q. My son “Bo” has been with his wife, “Joyce,” for 13 years. Several months ago, my husband and I spent a long weekend at the beach with our children and grandchildren. My husband rises early, and he was in the kitchen at 4 a.m., starting his day, when he ran into Joyce. She was just gettin…

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Q. I never thought I’d write to you, but I have no one else to ask. I work part time as a customer service representative. Like me, all of my co-workers are mostly retired women except for one man who is our age, “John.” He’s been in our department for about two years. A year ago, he began h…

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The Washington Camera Club will meet at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 in Room 104, Courthouse Square, Washington. The program will be a “Digital Gallery.” Members are asked to bring four digital images on a flash drive to share and to critique. Guests are welcome.

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A craft and vendor show will be held today from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Prosperity Social Hall, 4578 Prosperity Pike. A raffle will be held to benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

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Q. I’ve been friends with this girl for several years. She’s my (adult) daughter’s age. We have never had a disagreement before. Long story short, she said something out of the blue that hurt my feelings. She says she was joking but the fact remains that she hurt me. She won’t apologize, and…

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