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HALLOWEEN PARADE WINNERS

HALLOWEEN PARADE WINNERS

The following are the winners of the Newville Halloween Parade. Prizes may be claimed on November 1-2, 2018 at the Borough Office from 8AM to 4:30PM. You must have a registration card to claim a prize. After November 3, 2018 prizes may be obtained by calling the Newville Community Action Committee Treasurer Jody Gilbert at (717) 776-5727. The deadline to claim a prize will be November 15, 2018. The Newville Community Action Committee would like to thank the Newville area businesses who helped to make the 2018 Newville Halloween Parade possible.

Division A, Antique and Classic Cars
1. Tie: Donald Cummings and Ava Lay
2. Merrill and Glenda Varner
3.William and Betty Paylor
4.Tie: Roger Heckendorn and Wayne Bucher
5. Tie: Ronald Finkey, Kenneth Lloyd, Dan Aumille.
6. Tucker Williams

Division B, Individuals Walking
1. Karrihanna Childs
2. Tie: Lucinda Cornman, Terry Fauver, Ava Darr, Amelia Darr.
3. Tie: Bryan Hutchison, Bridgette McAllister
4. Tie: Charles Saporito, Carol Graham, Nehemiah Childs, Monica Gutshall
5. Chase Wickard

Division C: Couples Walking
1. Patrick and Dominique Crossland
2. Amy and Andy Wagner

Division D: Small Groups Walking
1. Cub Scout Pack 185
2. Amber Tompkins
3. Ruth Bland
4. David Livelsberger
5. Leslie Blumenauer

Division E: Large Groups Walking
1. Newville First Church of God
2. Boy Scout Troop 174
3. Tie: Big Spring Smurf Cheerleaders, Big Spring Pee-Wee Cheerleaders, Big Spring Midget Cheerleaders, Shippensburg University Head Start

Division F: Motorized, Self-Contained
1. Tie:  Miranda Hurley Jeephers of PA, Jacob Kistler
2. Tie: Trent Henkel, Bill Brownawell
3. Miranda-4 Wheel Parts
4. R&R Repair Barrick’s Towing
5. Chris Risini

Division G: Motorcycles
No entries

Division H: Floats
1. Thomas
2. Big Spring Smurf Pee Wees
3. Love Your Melon - Penn State Mount Alto
4. Big Spring Bulldog Baseball
5. Big Spring Bulldog Baseball Pink
6. Cumberland Valley Hose Company, Shippensburg
7. Big Spring Girl Scout Troop 10510
8. Mike Buchenauer, Midas of Carlisle
9. Newville Lions Club
10. Big Spring Hurricanes
11. Hamilton Myers VFW Auxiliary
12. S&S Trucking
13. Cub Pack 174
14. Doubling Gap Church of God
15. The Animal that Barks at the Beacon
16. Jay Finkenbinder

Division J: Tractors
1. Levi Doerson
2. Josh Anderson
3. Joel Hosfelt
4. Rick Hosfelt

Division K: Local Advertisers, Not Judged


Division L: Horses and Riders
1. Rhody Ranch


NOVEMBER EVENTS AT THE BIG SPRING SENIOR CENTER

NOVEMBER EVENTS AT THE BIG SPRING SENIOR CENTER

Thursday, November 22nd :  The Senior Center will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Friday, November 23rd:  The Senior Center will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Monday, November 26th at 9:00 a.m.  Zumba Gold:  Held at the First United Presbyterian Church, 111 Big Spring Avenue, Newville.  The cost is $2.00 a class for those 60+/$5.00 a class for those 50 to 59.  Zumba Gold is a low-intensity version of the Latin dance-inspired fitness class aimed at a more mature audience.  Research at Minot State University in North Dakota has indicated that Zumba not only has an effect on physical fitness, but also on cognitive (mental function).  No need to sign up; just walk in.
Monday, November 26th at 9:00 a.m.  Wii Bowling:  Join us to try your hand at bowling in front of a TV screen.  It’s lots of fun and competitive too.  No ball required.  Just drop in for a game or two.
Monday, November 26th at 2:00 p.m.  Watercolor Painting Opportunity:  Do you have an interest in water coloring?  It takes space, inspiration and motivation and we can help.  Join our friendly group of painters.  The cost is $1/week to the Senior Center.  Please call 717-776-4478 to get more information.
Tuesday, November 27th at 9:00 a.m.  Pine Arrangements with the Penn State Master Gardners:  Come to the Senior Center where you will have the opportunity to make a FREE Holiday Pine Arrangement with the assistance of the Penn State Master Gardeners.  This activity has become an annual event whereby you can bring you own basket, box, picks, decorations to adorn your arrangement.  The Gardeners will be providing bases, boxes and pine and some decorations.  This is a fun event to let even the least creative person make a beautiful arrangement for the holidays.
Tuesday, November 27th at 9:00 a.m.  T’ai Chi for Arthritis:  Held at the First United Presbyterian Church, 111 Big Spring Avenue, Newville.  Cost is a suggested $5 donation per class.  To register, call 776-4478.  Walk-ins are welcome.
Tuesday, November 27th at 9:30 a.m.  Walk w/Ease for Arthritis:  Come join us on Monday and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. wearing comfortable walking shoes.  We will begin with warm ups and proceed with a 30 minute walk and cool down.  Walking will be at a pace acceptable to all those in attendance and we meet at the Newville Trailhead of Rails to Trails.
Tuesday, November 27th at 12:30 p.m.  Wii Bowling:  Join us to try your hand at bowling in front of a TV screen.  It’s lots of fun and competitive too.  No ball required.  Just drop in for a game or two.
Wednesday, November 28th at 9:30 a.m. Mine Matters:  Betsy Ross-The Making of the Myth:  The story of Betsy Ross and the founding fathers entered the public record 100 years after it supposedly happened, and has since become an iconic part of the popular understanding of U.S. history.  Come hear all about it at the Senior Center.
Wednesday, November 28th at 1:00 p.m. Bible Study:  Come out to enjoy an informative hour of Bible Study by Pastor Chris Faylor of Big Spring Heights Church of God will be leading our Bible Study.  Pastor Faylor will talk about Jon Bevere’s book The Bait of Satan.  “One of the most deceptive snares Satan uses to get believers out of the will of God, offense.  Most people who are ensnared by the bait of Satan don’t even realize it.  Don’t be fooled!  You will encounter offense, and it is up to you how it will affect your relationship with God.  Your response will determine your future.”
Thursday, November 29th at 9:00 a.m. “Fun & Fit” Zumba Gold Aerobics:  A certified instructor from the YMCA leads this aerobics class designed just for you.  The class meets at the First United Presbyterian Church in Newville.  A $2.00 donation is requested. This class is open to anyone age 60 or older.
Thursday, November 29th at 9:30 a.m. Play 500: Come play 500 with our dedicated group of card players! 
Thursday, November 29th at 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Games with Bob Ballard:  Join us for a day of fun while we play a variety of card and board games led by Bob!  Call the center for more info.
Tuesday, November 27th at 9:30 a.m.  Walk w/Ease for Arthritis:  Come join us on Mondays and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. wearing comfortable walking shoes.  We will begin with warm ups and proceed with a 30 minute walk and cool down.  Walking will be at a pace acceptable to all those in attendance and we meet at the Newville Trailhead of Rails to Trails.  Note:  This will be our last walking day until the Spring.
Upcoming Event:
Wednesday, December 5th at 9:30 a.m.  Write Your Own Obituary:  Presented by Chuck Egger of Egger Funeral Home, Inc.  Why not get started on writing your own obituary? This is your chance to say what you want others to know about you. Do it for yourself: for peace of mind knowing that you have had your say. And do it for your family and friends: that you have helped them cope with a difficult time.  Your best chance of having your wishes honored is to write them down. Writing your own obituary can be part of your life and end-of-life planning. The way you would like to be remembered is part of a careful arranging for yourself should you not be in the best of health or life.
Friday, December 7th at 8:30 a.m.  Ladies Breakfast:  The Senior Center will be holding its Ladies Breakfast for a monetary donation of $5.  Come and enjoy a hot, homemade breakfast made by staff and volunteers.  Please call to reserve your seat by noon, Thursday, December 6th.
The Big Spring Center is located at 91 Doubling Gap Road, Suite #1, Newville, in the Mountain View Apartment Building.  The phone number is 717-776-4478.  Hours are weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  A hot congregate meal is served at 11:30 a.m.  Please call two weekdays ahead to make a meal reservation.
Visit our webpage at http://www.bigspringseniorcenter.weebly.com for information on our trips.  Annual membership fee of $25 entitles you to a mailed newsletter, reduced trip fees and reduced exercise fees.
The Big Spring Center is supported in part by a grant from the Cumberland County Office of Aging and Community Services; the Pennsylvania Department of Aging and the US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration of Aging. Transportation is available through the Cumberland County Department of Transportation.  Senior Center Staff can help with that process.  Call 776-4478 for more information.
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LEAF COLLECTION MACHINE REFURBISHED FOR FALL

LEAF COLLECTION MACHINE REFURBISHED FOR FALL

Jefferson Gurganious, Jr. of the Newville Public Works Department has refurbished the borough’s leaf collection machine. The leaf collection machine is now ready for fall clean-up. The engine was serviced and repaired. Several parts on the machine were replaced thanks to fabrication provided by Tom Drost of Jireh Welding. A new collection hose was purchased and installed and the machine was sanded and re-painted to a safety yellow color. The work was completed at a cost of less than $2,000. The leaf collection machine is a 1996 model Giant Leaf Vac purchased by the borough from U.S. Municipal Supply in Huntington at a cost of $27,000 with a PA DEP Recycling Grant. The machine looks like new thanks to the work of Mr. Gurganious and the Department of Public Works.


BOROUGH COUNCIL APPROVES PURCHASE OF NEW STREET SIGNS

BOROUGH COUNCIL APPROVES PURCHASE OF NEW STREET SIGNS

The Newville Borough Council approved the purchase of new reflective street name signs from U.S. Municipal Supply Company in Huntington. The purchase price of the new signs was $3,925, paid for using state Highway Aid funds. The new blue and white signs are constructed in contrasting colors, with larger letters than the current street signs. The Newville Borough Council plans to sell the old street name signs to the public, once the project is complete. The Newville Public Works Department will be installing the new signs over the summer months throughout the borough. In addition to the installation of the new street name signs, the Public Works Department will be replacing faded stop signs and one-way street signs.



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