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Humane Center Of Tioga County
Humane Center Of Tioga County

Our humane officer enforces all of Tioga County animal cruelty and neglect cases. We rely solely on Community Donations and function completely by volunteers. To Report Animal Cruelty contact us at 484-241-5650 or humanelawtioga@gmail.com.

Tioga County 4-H
Tioga County 4-H

Join 4-H! Become part of a youth organization that encourages leadership, personal growth, and a positive outlook all while getting to know others with your interests and having a lot of fun! Throughout the year our program attends activities, has programming for schools and home school groups, as well as fundraisers and community service activities.

Mansfield Area Shoe Bank
Mansfield Area Shoe Bank

FREE NEW SHOES FOR KIDS! We understand that it's tough to make ends meet. And we know that kids' feet are constantly growing! We're here to help. If your child lives within the bounds of the Southern Tioga School District and is receiving some kind of assistance already then we'd like to offer you some extra help.

Summer Guide 2018

Your guide to local events
happening this Summer!

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the Summer Guide 2018.


Penny Pets – May 2018

It’s time to vote for the cutest critter!

If you have a pet that you believe is the cutest, please submit
a picture for a chance to be Penny Pet of the Month!
Email it to mansfieldpennysaver@gmail.com, or submit it through Facebook!

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May 25, 2018 ~ Volume 71 * No. 21

Hot off the press!

This weeks edition of the Penny Saver
is ready for you to view online.

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Market Report – May 25, 2018

Keep up to date with current prices
by following the
Penny Saver’s
Weekly Market Report.

For an overview of the areas surrounding Livestock Auctions,
lick the image to the left to enlarge and print.

Market Report – May 18, 2018

Keep up to date with current prices
by following the
Penny Saver’s
Weekly Market Report.

For an overview of the areas surrounding Livestock Auctions,
lick the image to the left to enlarge and print.

May 18, 2018 ~ Volume 71 * No. 20

Read All About It!

This weeks edition of the Penny Saver
is ready for you to view online.

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May 11, 2018 ~ Volume 71 * No. 19

Mother’s Day Edition

Find out what specials local restaurants
and businesses are offering for Moms!

The New Edition of the Penny Saver
is ready for you to view online!
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Thank You to all the children that participated
our Mother’s D
ay Writing Contest and a special
Thank You to all the sponsors who made it possible!

See pages 6A & 7A of this weeks Penny Saver
or click the pages to below to enlarge and view.



Health Outlook – May 11, 2018

The Case For Brain Hearing

When I tell a patient “We hear in our brain, not our ears”, most nod in logical approval. But do most realize the importance the part of our brain that hears, the auditory cortex plays in overall brain health? Not likely. Research has clearly demonstrated that untreated hearing loss, i.e., “Heck, I know I can’t hear but I’ll just live with it” puts us at risk for developing Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Even people with mild hearing loss are 5 times more likely to develop dementia than normal hearing individuals. As hearing worsens, the individual becomes increasingly frustrated, social isolation sets in and the likelihood of depression increases, all precursors to the development of Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Audiologists, by virtue of years of advanced university training and knowledge of the auditory system and brain function, are uniquely poised to offer the right solutions in the rehabilitative process. We do not just focus on improving hearing, but also offer the best technologies available to keep the brain optimally stimulated, healthy and functional. The part of our brain that hears if left unstimulated, will atrophy. Keeping it alive and available rehabilitately is not only one of our primary goals, but is a crucial part of our philosophy in contributing to the overall health of each and every patient. We continue to be the only full-time audiology practice in Tioga County. Audiology is a doctoring profession. Area physicians as well as those in the Southern Tier of New York continue to steadily refer their patients to us, knowing we have the knowledge, expertise and medically-based diagnostic and rehabilitative services to ideally treat their patients. Self-referrals are welcomed.

We encourage everyone to visit our website at: drstrauch.com, and also our Facebook account which is updated daily. Our office is conveniently located and easy to find in downtown Wellsboro at 2-B Waln Street, with convenient off-street parking. Office hours are Monday-Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please call: 570-724-4042 for appointments or for more information.






Live Life Naturally
13 W. Main Street,
Galeton, PA 16922
(570) 657-0211

North Central Hearing Associates
Dr. Richard Strauch, Audiologist
2-B Waln Street,
Wellsboro, PA 16901
(570) 724-4042

UPMC Susquehanna Advanced Health Care
Lock Haven, Muncy, Sunbury, Wellsboro & Williamsport


Market Report – May 11, 2018

Keep up to date with current prices
by following the
Penny Saver’s
Weekly Market Report.

For an overview of the areas surrounding Livestock Auctions,
lick the image to the left to enlarge and print.

Wedding Feature – May 4, 2018

How to Handle Seating Wedding Guests

Receptions may be big or small, lavish or casual. But regardless of their size or style, receptions all share a common element: They will require couples set up seating arrangement for guests. Even though assigned seating isn’t mandatory, selecting seats for a sit-down dinner makes things simpler and reduces confusion. Some reception venues may even require assigned seating so that catering staff can service tables accordingly.
Seating guests can be tricky, but employing a few strategies can make the process go quickly and smoothly.

  • Use a seating chart. A seating chart, whether it’s venue-specific or one couples make themselves, is essential. If you using a self-made chart, inquire with the venue about the shape of tables, how many guests each table can seat, and the location of tables around the space.
  • Start with the wedding party table. Couples can ease themselves into the task of seating by doing the easy tables first. The primary one is the wedding party table. This traditionally can be a dais or a sweetheart table flanked by the wedding party. According to Martha Stewart Weddings, the table should be centrally located and the wedding couple should sit in the middle. A male-female pattern follows on either side of the couple, consisting of the ushers, bridesmaids, best man, and maid of honor. If much of the wedding party is already married, couples may opt to have the wedding party sit with their spouses instead of at the dais.
  • Organize family tables. Tables for parents, grandparents and immediate family members of the bride and groom also are high priority. Both families can be combined at one table, or they can be separated into two tables. These tables should be the closest to the bride and groom.
  • Consider mobility issues. Next seat guests who have specific needs at tables. Elderly guests may want to be away from the band, deejay or speakers. Guests in wheelchairs may need an accessible seat near the exit.
  • Get some help. Enlist the help of parents to seat their friends and extended family members. Parents may know best who gets along and who should be
  • Seat dancers near the dance floor. To encourage dancing, place guests who tend to be lively close to the dance floor so others can see them getting up to dance and join in.

Couples can use apps, lists or self-made charts to plot their reception seating arrangements. Create place cards or a central chart so guests can find their seats promptly and easily.



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