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For the fifth year in a row, Peters Township Public Library’s GO Green Club will host the Great Halloween Costume Swap from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Oct. 7 at the library. The group aims to encourage the community to swap their slightly used costumes instead of purchasing new costumes to save resources, packaging, transportation costs and money. People interested in participating can drop off gently used costumes for children, teens or adults from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Oct. 5 and 3:30 to 5 p.m. Oct. 6. Costumes should be in great condition. Participants will get a token for each costume donated, and can return Oct. 7 and shop for a swap. Any costumes and accessories remaining will be donated to a local charity. More than 100 costumes and accessories were swapped last year. For more information, email ptplgogreenclub@gmail.com for more information. Participants are shown dropping off costumes before the 2016 Great Halloween Costume Swap.
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Trinity High School Class of 1962 held its 55-year reunion Aug. 18 with an informal class gathering at the Ramada Inn, Washington, and Aug. 19 with a “Picnic in the Park” at the Lions Pavilion in Washington Park. Classmates who attended were, first row, from left, Sandra Navoy, Linda Pollock Wheeler, Karen Porter Bedillion, Carole Funk Malmgren, Carol Webb Chopp, Marie Lobis Taylor, Edward Mazur, Donna Watson Reese and Norman Hainer; second row, Betty Comstock Crompton, Sylvia Sams Phillips, Linda Langhout Kelvington, Donald Walker, Donna Higinbotham Young, Danny Isiminger, Bonnie Snyder Patress, Tim Chopp, Kathy Mayer Donahoo, Carol Keeling and Sally Russell; third row, Dr. Stanley Dubelle, Carolyn Grummick Krol, Richard Hardie, Freda Kelly Fortunato, Carol Shoup Shrontz, Barbara Millikin Funk, Marylou Yuvan White, Linda Conn Burgh, Sue Stickle Pomykala, Donna Davis Staso, Eva Mae Antel Byers, Sarah Moses Steratore, Susan Redd Miles and Joan Piecknick Agnew; fourth row, Arnold Winston, Richard Kelvington, William Yaw, Jerry Paraska, Robert Thompson and Terry Shrontz; fifth row, Anthony Staso, David Dean, James Dennis, Albert Long, John Tommasin, Patrick Quinn, Charles Czmiel, Robert Mundell, Kenneth Caldwell, John Creighton Wilson, Ronald Grandel, Joyce Elliott Spencer, Wayne Roth, Linda Nichols Steele, Sandra Lackovich Shadel, Lucille Hatfield Longstreth and Edward Steele; and sixth row, Dennis Wolf, Judy Riffle Wolf, Frank Mosier, Kenneth Porter, Joseph Krol, Robert Dragan, John Pomykala, Robert MacKinney, Joseph Longstreth and Rebecca Smith.
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