The Hazleton Standard-Speaker - - COMMUNITY -

■ Ha­zle­ton Trin­ity Lutheran Church, Church and Hem­lock streets, Ha­zle­ton, will hold its an­nual Christ­mas fair Satur­day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Wag­ner Hall.

A break­fast will be served from 9 a.m. to noon. T he menu in­cludes pan­cakes, sausage and or­ange juice for $5.

Cof­fee and hot tea will be sold sep­a­rately.

A lun­cheon will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The lunch menu in­cludes egg salad sand­wiches, ham salad sand­wiches, tuna salad sand­wiches, beef bar­be­cues, hot dogs, bot­tled wa­ter, soda, cof­fee and hot tea.

There will be sev­eral ven­dors along with a baked goods booth. A large num­ber of tricky trays will also be avail­able.

The en­ter­tain­ment lineup in­cludes the Cel­lar Dwellarzz, a jazz group un­der the di­rec­tion of Neil Forte. The Ha­zle­ton Lib­erty Band will also play Christ­mas mu­sic and Sherri O’Don­nell’s All That Dancin’ will also per­form.

Ta­bles are avail­able at a cost of $30 per ta­ble. Any­one in­ter­ested in rent­ing a ta­ble for this event can call the church of­fice at 570-454-3492, ext. 10, or Lynn An­tolick at 570-497-6086.

For more in­for­ma­tion on Trin­ity, call 570-454-3492, ext. 10 for the sec­re­tary or ext. 11 for the pas­tor.

■ St. John’s Byzan­tine Catholic Church, 5 E. 20th St., Ha­zle­ton, is hold­ing a frozen pirohi sale.

Pick-up days are Dec. 10 and 17 from noon to 4 p.m.

Va­ri­eties in­clude potato, prune and cab­bage.

To or­der, call 570-454-9075. The last day to or­der is Dec. 4.

■ The 19th an­nual Christkindlfest will be held Dec. 2 and 3 from noon to 5 p.m. at Christ Lutheran Church.

The parish house en­trance is at 210 W. Green St., across from Ha­zle­ton City Hall, and is hand­i­capped ac­ces­si­ble.

The fes­ti­val will fea­ture a sound and sight Na­tiv­ity dis­play, a tea room serv­ing home­made scones and tea sand­wiches, as well as tea and was­sail, live en­ter­tain­ment, the sale of home­made candy and baked goods, as­sorted crafts, a tea room gift shop and a wide va­ri­ety of tricky trays.

St. Ni­cholas will also be present through­out the event. All are wel­come to at­tend this fes­ti­val. Ad­mis­sion is free.

■Haz let on-Av­enues Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion Part­ners (HARP) is sell­ing lottery tick­ets for the month of Jan­uary.

Tick­ets are $5 each and are lim­ited to 1,000.

Ticket hold­ers should re­turn ticket stubs with name, ad­dress and phone num­ber to the per­son they pur­chased it from. They should keep the rest of the ticket.

If the Penn­syl­va­nia Lottery’s Pick 3 num­ber se­lected that Jan­uary day in the 7 p.m. draw­ing (only straight) matches the pur­chaser’ s HARP ticket num­ber at the top one’s cal­en­dar, that per­son will win the amount shown on the cal­en­dar for that day.

A HARP mem­ber will check the win­ning num­bers daily and checks will be mailed to the daily win­ner by month’s end.

Tick­ets are $5 each and can be ob­tained from a HARP mem­ber or by email­ing harpaves@gmail.com for more in­for­ma­tion on how to pur­chase a ticket.

Tick­ets will be sold un­til Dec. 31 or un­til sold out, which­ever comes first.

The draw­ing will take place Jan. 1 to 31, 2018.

■ Holy Rosary Parish, 240 S. Po­plar St., Ha­zle­ton, will host a free com­mu­nity lun­cheon Dec. 9 from 11 a.m. to noon in the com­mu­nity room of the church on the lower level.

Those at­tend­ing should use the el­e­va­tor en­trance in the rear of the church. All are wel­come. A spe­cial thank you to the Ha­zle­ton Ro­tary Club, Dio­cese of Scran­ton and the Wein­berg NE Re­gional Food Bank.

■ The Most Pre­cious Blood Church youth group, Se yb er ta nd Fourth streets, will hold a fresh wreath, fresh green cross on wood and poin­set­tia sale Dec. 9 and 10 at the church.

The 18-inch wreath and 15-inch wooden cross with a bow will be hand made from fresh pine at $10 each.

Six-inch poin­set­tias are $5 each.

The dead­line to or­der is Dec. 2. Or­ders can be placed by call­ing Carol at 570-9566201 or Mau­reen at 570-4014596.

Pick-up dates are Dec. 9 from 2 to 5 p.m. and Dec. 10 from 8:30 to noon in the church hall.

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