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    Petra Lynch, M.D., (left) and heart patient Kristy Watson inside Evangelical Community Hospital.

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    The Howard family of Lewisburg at The Tack Room in Vicksburg. Lynne and Abe with daughter Perie and son Mason.

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Notice!

The beautiful farmlands and communities of Central Pennsylvania are home to a lot of beautiful people. Readers are invited to nominate anyone over the age of 18 residing in Union, Snyder, Northumberland or Montour County. Send us a current photograph that shows the person's beauty and briefly tell us why this person should be selected. Include the subject's hometown and contact information.

Would you like to see your story or poem here? Then fire up your pens, pencils and imagination. One winning entry will be selected to appear in the fall issue of Inside Pennsylvania, which will be on newsstands in August.

Here's the assignment, in keeping with August issue's "Beautiful People" theme - we are looking for short stories or poems about something beautiful you enjoy in our region. Keep it short - 1,000 words or less - and include a title. Stories may include a photograph or piece of colorful artwork.

The deadline for submission is 5 p.m. June 30, at which time the winner will be notified by phone or e-mail. Only one submission will be selected. One entry per person, please. Send your entry, along with your name, address and phone number to:

John Zaktansky, Inside Pennsylvania
200 Market St.
Sunbury, PA 17801
Or e-mail to jzaktansky@InsidePAmagazine.com.
Put "fiction entry" on the envelope or in the subject field.

Highlights from this issue

  • story 1

    Heart Goes Out To Evangelical

    We treat the patient like family. I do not want you to suffer a single second longer than you have to.

  • story 2

    Meet PA's oldest inspector of weights and measures

    How do you know a pound of hamburger weighs a pound, or if you're getting a full gallon when you are pumping gas

  • story 3

    First church in the world to "turn on the lights"

    What fun it would have been to live in Shamokin in the fall of 1883

  • story 4

    Gardening's all about growth

    Winter keeps most of us out of our gardens, but it doesn't keep gardening out of our minds.

  • story 5

    A Dandelion for Dinner?

    Yes, people do pay to eat dandelions, as we here in central Pennsylvania know. If the meal is prepared properly, it's surprisingly good eating.

  • Highlights

    Highlights

    Click on either the picture or header to go a slideshow of the current Inside Pa Edition highlights.

  • Taste of the Valley

    Taste of the Valley

    Click on either the picture or header to go the slideshow of the Taste of the Valley Cookbook highlights.