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Issue 50— Thursday, July 11, 2019
 
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Lights For Liberty Vigil Scheduled

MILFORD — Vigil organizers said local concerned citizens would join the nationwide and international vigil, Lights for Liberty, at 8 p.m. Friday, July 12th, to call for humane treatment of children and adult refugees/migrants in the United States of America.
They plan to gather at the Pike County Courthouse, 412 Broad St., Milford, PA. Organizers said this is a sister event to the major demonstrations occurring in New York City, El Paso, San Diego, Washington, D.C., and Homestead, Fla..
Over 600 additional sites have been officially registered, including Milford, PA..

 

Route Changed For Firemen's Parade

PORT JERVIS — Kingston Avenue, a popular venue for viewing the final few blocks of the annual firefighters Inspection Day Parade, won't be on the parade route for the first time in decades because of the sidewalk renovation under way there.
Councilman Stan Siegel said the parade would instead disband just after the reviewing stand at Sullivan Avenue's intersection with East Main Street. Lineup for the parade is at 1 p.m. on Sussex Street. Marchers step off at 2 p.m., heading left on Ball Street, then right on Pennsylvania Avenue to Jersey Avenue to Front Street, Pike and East Main.
A carnival that was scheduled for the week of the parade has been canceled because the vendor suddenly changed and the city was leery of going ahead without time to check on references, Mayor Kelly Decker reported at Monday night's council meeting..

 
 
 

 

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