Dugout Canoe and Mural Display
Dugout Canoe and Mural Display Open House - 3rd Sunday each month, May thru October - 1-4 pm
On display at the municipal building in Clifford is a dugout canoe which was found in a
local pond and donated to the Clifford Historical Society. Local artist Michelle Jaconia
McLain completed a 20-foot mural depicting the activity that may have surrounded the
making and using of this Native American dugout canoe which has been dated to 1692.
This first-class display is located in the Clifford Township municipal building across
from the Willow View Cemetery. For more information, contact Sandy at 570-679-2723 or
Pat at 570-679-2870. Exhibit is admission free and handicapped accessible.
Area Events & Happenings ~ for places to go, things to do, sites to see...
A calendar of events & happenings, picnics, fairs, art festivals, auctions,
church dinners, as well as goods and services available in the community and the surrounding towns,
available on the
Elk Mountain Area Directory.
"So many things to do & places to go while wandering about the neighborhood..."
This web page announcement is funded in part by the Susquehanna County Room Tax Grant Fund and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau. Application for this funding was submitted by the Clifford Township Historical Society, Inc.
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and strengthen township government and to secure greater visibility and involvement for
townships in the state and federal political arenas. Throughout its 87-year history, PSATS
has played a major role in shaping the laws that have laid the foundation for township and
municipal government as we know it today.
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Sandra Major's Budget Proposal
Increased Spending, Tax Changes Wrong Move for State Budget
"As your state representative, it is incumbent upon me to keep you informed on what
is happening in state government."
March 4, 2010 for Immediate Release by Rep. Sandra Major (R-Susquehanna/Wayne/Wyoming)
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