We are all deeply embedded in a society that thrives by exploiting resources while polluting the environment. This is not something we can change overnight nor even in a few decades.
Posts by Carole Marner:
The town of Franklin is blessed in many ways but over the past three years, it has been discovered that we are home to a truly remarkable winter resident – the Golden Eagle. And not just passing through. The eagles actually spend a few months here. This research has been documented by members of the […]
“I would never think that I’d hitch up with Sadiq up here. But when you said Archie Taylor was up here, I couldn’t believe my ears. I didn’t know anything about up here.” The speaker was Charles Eubanks, a new resident in the village of Franklin and a distinguished, semi-retired jazz pianist. He was talking to […]
By Carole Marner In the spring of 2012, we began to hear about the Constitution Pipeline. People in Sidney were alerted first and the word soon spread. In northern Pennsylvania the population around Montrose began to realize that a new compressor was being added to their community. Doing some research, they discovered that it was to be […]
11am – 3pm Grandma’s Pantry at the Methodist Church featuring homemade items for sale as well as a soup and sandwich lunch 11am – 4pm Quilt Display by the Susquehanna Valley Quilt Guild at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Noon – 5pm Holiday Market at the Fire House offering many items for sale including homemade & […]