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The stories in this week’s issue . . .
• Creativity Abounds at FACF Saturday
• Swarthmore Historical Society House Tour This Weekend
• Marching and Talking with Nick Pignataro
• Constitution Day: Talking and Acting
• Panthers Go Pink for Tenth Annual Fundraiser by Rosemary Fox
• Looking Back, and Forward at The Gathering Place by Louise Coffin
• RVMHS Session Considers Early Price
• Lift Your Voice – Valley Voices want you!
• Briefly Noted & Personals
• Cub Pack 228 Rockets into the School Year
• SPNDS Welcomes New and Returning Students
• Photographers: Last Call for Group Exhibition Entries
• From One Furness Library to Another
• Study Circles at Media Fellowship House
• Summer Travel: The Side Trip by Lauren McKinney
• You’re Invited to Wesley A.M.E. Street Fair & Dinner Sale
• Fall Programs at Furness Library
• Update on Nature’s Rights Movement in Pendle Hill’s First Monday Talk
• Master Gardeners Fall Fest is Next Saturday
• ‘God and the Gay Christian’ Author to Speak Tuesday
• Friday is Game Day at Helen Kate Furness Library
• Back to School at TGP
• Make Sure You’re Ready to Vote This November
• Your Chance to Chant at Trinity
• Swing Up to Harlem on Chester Senior Center Trip
• We’re #1, With Your Help
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