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July 8, 2008 Blue Valley Times Page 3524 Main St., Stroudsburg, PA (570)420-2808Box Offi ce Hours:Mon-Sat 12-6Check out these great eventscoming soon to the Sherman!July 11 & August 1FlowRider Rock SeriesWith LIVE music at Camelbeachin Tannersville, PAJuly 13The McElligott School of IrishDance presents “Havin' a Hooley”with guest performers PoconoRegion Drum and PipeJuly 25 - 27Pocono Lively Arts presentsGREASEAugust 5Valencia
VasAugust 9ONE SUMMER NIGHT II - anevening of oldies featuring KennyVance, The Duprees & moreSeptember 13Sarah Kelly: Born to Worship.October 10FREE ConcertUSAF The Academy WindsOctober 18BOWFIRENovember 9Arlo GuthrieNovember 10Phil Woods & COTA FestivalOrchestra present “Library Alive”November 21 - 23Pocono Lively Arts presentsSEUSSICALDecember 6Andy Cooney's IrishHoliday ShowDecember 18Vienna Boys ChoirDecember 20The Eric Mintel QuartetBroadwayComes to thePoconosTo purchase tickets, or for more info, visit www.shermantheater.comFrom the Tony-Award winning composer,Jason RobertBrown, comes thisexquisitely craftedmusical that chroniclesthe wonder,excitement andanxiety of discoveryin a variety of eras.2008“Song of the Year”Jammy Award winnerKeller Williamsjams
at the Shermanwith Moseley,Droll & Sipe!$1.00 - $3.00$5.30for 4 nightsby Jeff DavidsonBuilding cultural bridges, connecting like hobbies, educatingon local traditions - mfi ppa.com covers it all.
“MakingFriends in Pocono PA” is Phillip Mentor's homage to thestate he adores the most - Pennsylvania. After much workand dedication, Mentor's dream is fi nally coming true.Mentor was born on the Caribbean island of Trinidad andTobago. While in his twenties he lived in Philadelphia anddid a great deal of singing. He took acting classes at theUniversity of Pennsylvania and soon began to take vocallessons as a compliment to his acting. Not only is Mentorversed in English, he also sings in German, French, andItalian. He received scholarships and much musical trainingthroughout his early career. His singing won him a fi rstplace award in the North American Guild Voice
Competition.He traveled to schools and universities where he still tothis day holds master classes and lectures. Many of his talkscover the Harlem Renaissance and his hope that people canbe open to cultural expansion.“I use my art as a teaching vehicle to inspire, to encourage,and to motivate,” said Mentor.Together with Leslie Felix, a computer programmer,Mentor started a site that connects people to their communityin a similar way. Www.mfi ppa.com is unlike any othercommunity site, specifi cally in the sense that it does notappeal only to teenagers. Although the site also caters toyounger people, many of the activities, hobbies, and articlesare what Mentor calls 50 plus. It also can be translated into13 different languages with the touch of a button, makingthe information readily available to a wider array of individuals.After a quick, easy, and free registration, anyone has
theability to post articles and pictures, to blog, or to talk in theforums. From the home page there are categories of articlessuch as hobbies, games, and fi nance. Each category is brokendown into more specifi c groups, which, upon clicking,provide the user with a plethora of information.“I want to build an online community that is self sustainingand allows people to do things that they can't do onMySpace or YouTube,” said Mentor. “This is about regularpeople, they just want to do regular things and have funwith it. It's about building community and bridges; mostpeople will not get that community up close.”The site is constantly in upkeep and expansion, with akey focus upon readily accessible content in a user-friendlymanner. There is a photo museum made for anyone toupload visual images of their happenings around the area.There is a forum for users to communicate openly
withone another. There are direct connections with local maps,weather, and other useful resources such as a dictionary andclassifi eds section.“I want people to just post the most positive things,” saidMentor. “I want people all over the world to see what kindof place the Poconos is. I want anything that is nice.”Although his website is based upon the Poconos, he ishoping that others will follow his lead to create similar sitesin other areas. Mentor, who came to this area around 13years ago, can never get enough of the Poconos. Those wholove their own communities can begin doing the same thingonline.Making Friends in Pocono PA brought Mentor to the cyberworld. As the area continues to grow, Mentor hopes tokeep his cyber community growing alongside it.“Making Friends in Pocono Pa” Connects, EducatesHeritage “Comes Alive” in the Slate BeltThe 11th Annual Slate Belt
Heritage Days will be celebrated on Saturday, July26th andSunday, July 27th in downtown Bangor. Sponsored by the Bangor Borough, BangorMainStreet Program, and the Bangor Business Association. The festival, held rain orshine,commemorates the rich culture diversity of the Slate Belt Welsh, Cornish,Italian, PA Germanand Scotch-Irish. A variety of ethnic food and craft demonstrations willprovide ampleentertainment during the two-day event, now Saturday and Sunday.This year's theme is “Heritage Heydays” and we will be focusing in on theyears from1870-1940. Some new entertainers this year, Touchstone Theatre & ProjectSuccess “TheCaptive Caty Logan”, Water Gap Banjo Band, Trinity Centennial Band, GospelMusic byPaul D. Good & Eric Mintel Quartet. We will be having the walking toursthat will showcasethe marvelous architecture and interesting past that Bangor has to
offer. Weare alsolooking at continuing the rich tradition of having shoppers come to ourdowntown districtfor sidewalk sales and special events that were so coming in our area prior toWorld WarII.Get your program early as events take place all day starting at 9:30 am andending 4:30pm. Programs are available at several business locations throughout the SlateBelt. A kaleidoscopeof activities is planned with old favorites and new events to tickle the fancyofyoung and old. In addition to ethnic food samples your day will feature music,heritage &history exhibits, demonstrations, crafts, storytelling, street entertainers,Free Trolley Rides& historic bus tours.The popular Heritage Day bus tours are back and will begin on Saturday, July26th at10:00 am. “Slate Belt Sampler Tour” includes Dally's Slate Quarry, JaneMansfi eld Grave,and Weona Park Carousel. Sunday,
July 27th at 1 pm, Franklin Hills Winery Tour& Tasting.Don't miss these informative, picturesque tours. Each tour is $5.00 a person.Ticketsmay be purchased in advance at Merchants National Bank (Bangor) and Bray'sNews Storeor call 610.863.0315. The day of the tour tickets available at the Elks Lodge& The Hub.THE FUN BEGINS IN BANGOR!Page 4 Blue Valley Times July 8, 2008“Straight Talk About Your Case”David W. SkutnikAttorney at LawBANKRUPTCYCRIMINAL DEFENSEState • Federal • Juvenile570-476-6830dwslaw@ptd.net ~ www.skutniklaw.comEvening, Weekend & Home Appointments Available22 North Seventh Street ~ Stroudsburg, PA 18360Now everyone can enjoy the summer at theWater Gap Country Club with aSWIMMING POOL MEMBERSHIP.The Best Secret in the Poconos... Is No Longer a Secret.SUMMERMEMBERSHIPOPEN DAILY 10am to 6pmADULTS . . . . . . .
. . . . . $85ppCHILDREN UNDER 16 . $45ppFAMILY . . . . . . . . . . . . $1703 Members includes childrenage 16 and under living athome address.Water Gap Country ClubDelaware Water Gap, PA. • 570-476-0300Email: wgcc1@noln.com • www.watergapcountryclub.comSwimminglessonsavailableQUIET VALLEYLIVING HISTORICAL FARM45th Year of Summer ToursAuthentically Costumed GuidesRecreate Life on a 19th CenturyPennsylvania German FarmOpen June 20 - Labor Day Monday10:00 am - 5:00 pm Tue. - Sat.1:00 pm - 5:00 pm - SundayAdults $8.00 Children 3-12 $5.00www.quietvalley.org570-992-6161Closed Mondays except Labor Day Monday3 mi. south of Stroudsburg off Bus. 209Music in the Valley - Sat. 7/12 12:00pm to 8:00pmCelebrate the old time music traditions of our Country -Folk, Country, Blue Grass. Groups performing at various venuesaround our historic farm. Rain or
shine, Food available,Cost includes abbreviated Farm Tour, Tours available 10 am to 5 pmOpening Tuesday, July 15thJJuusstt tthhee WWrriittee WWoorrddssGreeting CardsCandlesCollectibles and moreTues-Sat10-6Christian Contemporary Card & Gift Shop610-881-4046207 S. Robinson Ave ~ Pen Argyl, PABarilla Installedas Presidentof Mid-AtlanticDistrictExchange ClubsDr. John Barilla was installed as the Presidentof the Mid-Atlantic District ExchangeClubs (This is made up of Exchange clubs inmost of Pennsylvania and Maryland, total of33 clubs) Dr Barilla is a retired Assistant Superintendentof the Bangor Area School Districtand , along with his wife Joyce, they have3 grown children and6 grandchildren. DrBarilla's term willbe from July 1, 2008to June 30, 2009. Dr Jack Barilla and his wife JoyceNew Offi cers for 2008-2009 of Slate Belt AARPHerb
Weidman, a past president of Slate Belt Area BangorChapter # 4135 of AARP installed the newly elected offi -cers/board of directors at the June meeting. They are AlexSpakovich, president; Tom Lee, vice president; BarbaraKarner, recording secretary; Faith Lee, assistant recordingsecretary; Maria LaMagna, fi nancial secretary; LucyAnn Gold, treasurer; Dorothy Duckworth, assistant treasurer;Deanna Keyser, trips; John Flory, legislation; MaryJane Cliff, health and welfare; Donald Gold, CommunityService and a still to be elected program director. Otherselected were Viola Hill, corresponding secretary; JoanFlory, membership; Lewis Paulhamus, chaplain; Lucy AnnGold, publicity; Donald Hontz, refreshments with Francesand Robert Handelong, Agnes Nagy and Rosemarie Ferretti;Kay La Bar,Historian; Arlean Pritchard, music; KermitPysher, photographer; Mary Williams and Elaine Albert,decorating; Hilda
Snyder, 50/50; Marlene Buskirk, infanthats; Norma Kemmerer, childrens hats & scarves; and MaryHontz, coupons for servicemen. Nominating committeefor 2009-2010 Mary Tucker, Kathryn Cuono and AnnetteMiller.The chapter will not meet in August. Their annual picnicwill be held at noon on Monday, September 8 at Wind GapBorough Park.____________________________________________________________GET FREE 5GB EMAIL - Check out spam free email with many cool features!Visit http://www.inbox.com/email to find out more!

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Subject: lesly website articlesJuly 8, 2008 Blue Valley Times Page 3524 Main St., Stroudsburg, PA (570)420-2808Box Offi ce Hours:Mon-Sat 12-6Check out these great eventscoming soon to the Sherman!July 11 & August 1FlowRider Rock SeriesWith LIVE music at Camelbeachin Tannersville, PAJuly 13The McElligott School of IrishDance presents “Havin' a Hooley”with guest performers PoconoRegion Drum and PipeJuly 25 - 27Pocono Lively Arts presentsGREASEAugust 5Valencia
VasAugust 9ONE SUMMER NIGHT II - anevening of oldies featuring KennyVance, The Duprees & moreSeptember 13Sarah Kelly: Born to Worship.October 10FREE ConcertUSAF The Academy WindsOctober 18BOWFIRENovember 9Arlo GuthrieNovember 10Phil Woods & COTA FestivalOrchestra present “Library Alive”November 21 - 23Pocono Lively Arts presentsSEUSSICALDecember 6Andy Cooney's IrishHoliday ShowDecember 18Vienna Boys ChoirDecember 20The Eric Mintel QuartetBroadwayComes to thePoconosTo purchase tickets, or for more info, visit www.shermantheater.comFrom the Tony-Award winning composer,Jason RobertBrown, comes thisexquisitely craftedmusical that chroniclesthe wonder,excitement andanxiety of discoveryin a variety of eras.2008“Song of the Year”Jammy Award winnerKeller Williamsjams
at the Shermanwith Moseley,Droll & Sipe!$1.00 - $3.00$5.30for 4 nightsby Jeff DavidsonBuilding cultural bridges, connecting like hobbies, educatingon local traditions - mfi ppa.com covers it all. “MakingFriends in Pocono PA” is Phillip Mentor's homage to thestate he adores the most - Pennsylvania. After much workand dedication, Mentor's dream is fi nally coming true.Mentor was born on the Caribbean island of Trinidad andTobago. While in his twenties he lived in Philadelphia anddid a great deal of singing. He took acting classes at theUniversity of Pennsylvania and soon began to take vocallessons as a compliment to his acting. Not only is Mentorversed in English, he also sings in German, French, andItalian. He received scholarships and much musical trainingthroughout his early career. His singing won him a fi rstplace award in the North American Guild Voice
Competition.He traveled to schools and universities where he still tothis day holds master classes and lectures. Many of his talkscover the Harlem Renaissance and his hope that people canbe open to cultural expansion.“I use my art as a teaching vehicle to inspire, to encourage,and to motivate,” said Mentor.Together with Leslie Felix, a computer programmer,Mentor started a site that connects people to their communityin a similar way. Www.mfi ppa.com is unlike any othercommunity site, specifi cally in the sense that it does notappeal only to teenagers. Although the site also caters toyounger people, many of the activities, hobbies, and articlesare what Mentor calls 50 plus. It also can be translated into13 different languages with the touch of a button, makingthe information readily available to a wider array of individuals.After a quick, easy, and free registration, anyone has
theability to post articles and pictures, to blog, or to talk in theforums. From the home page there are categories of articlessuch as hobbies, games, and fi nance. Each category is brokendown into more specifi c groups, which, upon clicking,provide the user with a plethora of information.“I want to build an online community that is self sustainingand allows people to do things that they can't do onMySpace or YouTube,” said Mentor. “This is about regularpeople, they just want to do regular things and have funwith it. It's about building community and bridges; mostpeople will not get that community up close.”The site is constantly in upkeep and expansion, with akey focus upon readily accessible content in a user-friendlymanner. There is a photo museum made for anyone toupload visual images of their happenings around the area.There is a forum for users to communicate openly
withone another. There are direct connections with local maps,weather, and other useful resources such as a dictionary andclassifi eds section.“I want people to just post the most positive things,” saidMentor. “I want people all over the world to see what kindof place the Poconos is. I want anything that is nice.”Although his website is based upon the Poconos, he ishoping that others will follow his lead to create similar sitesin other areas. Mentor, who came to this area around 13years ago, can never get enough of the Poconos. Those wholove their own communities can begin doing the same thingonline.Making Friends in Pocono PA brought Mentor to the cyberworld. As the area continues to grow, Mentor hopes tokeep his cyber community growing alongside it.“Making Friends in Pocono Pa” Connects, EducatesHeritage “Comes Alive” in the Slate BeltThe 11th Annual Slate Belt
Heritage Days will be celebrated on Saturday, July26th andSunday, July 27th in downtown Bangor. Sponsored by the Bangor Borough, BangorMainStreet Program, and the Bangor Business Association. The festival, held rain orshine,commemorates the rich culture diversity of the Slate Belt Welsh, Cornish,Italian, PA Germanand Scotch-Irish. A variety of ethnic food and craft demonstrations willprovide ampleentertainment during the two-day event, now Saturday and Sunday.This year's theme is “Heritage Heydays” and we will be focusing in on theyears from1870-1940. Some new entertainers this year, Touchstone Theatre & ProjectSuccess “TheCaptive Caty Logan”, Water Gap Banjo Band, Trinity Centennial Band, GospelMusic byPaul D. Good & Eric Mintel Quartet. We will be having the walking toursthat will showcasethe marvelous architecture and interesting past that Bangor has to
offer. Weare alsolooking at continuing the rich tradition of having shoppers come to ourdowntown districtfor sidewalk sales and special events that were so coming in our area prior toWorld WarII.Get your program early as events take place all day starting at 9:30 am andending 4:30pm. Programs are available at several business locations throughout the SlateBelt. A kaleidoscopeof activities is planned with old favorites and new events to tickle the fancyofyoung and old. In addition to ethnic food samples your day will feature music,heritage &history exhibits, demonstrations, crafts, storytelling, street entertainers,Free Trolley Rides& historic bus tours.The popular Heritage Day bus tours are back and will begin on Saturday, July26th at10:00 am. “Slate Belt Sampler Tour” includes Dally's Slate Quarry, JaneMansfi eld Grave,and Weona Park Carousel. Sunday,
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