‘Not your grandmother’s rummage sale’

12th annual event will benefit Sts. Cyril & Methodius Church

Sts. Cyril and Methodius Ukrainian Catholic Church will hold its 12th annual Rummage and Furniture Sale from 9 am to 6 pm Friday, Sept. 23 and Saturday, Sept. 24 in St. Cyril’s School gym, 133 River St., Olyphant.

The event will take place indoors and outdoors, and organizers like to say, “This is not your grandmother’s rummage sale.”

More than 12,000 pieces of merchandise will be available, all categorized and ticketed. Items include furniture, household goods, ladies’ accessories, books, seasonal items, music media including vinyl records, CDs, DVDs and VHS, vintage items, hardware, religious items, etc.

Raffle basketball tickets will be available for purchase for more than 40 assorted items/baskets. This fundraiser helps keep the doors open to St. Cyril’s Church. St. Cyril’s also will have a donation box for monetary donations for Ukraine.

“We thank the community for all

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Garden Drive-In to mark 70 years

HUNLOCK CREEK — It’s certainly not a stretch to say that it’s been an odd few years for the entertainment industry (and for everyone in general), but the Garden Drive-In has been thrown many a curve ball in its 70 years.

Generations of ownership and loyal employees have continued to knock ’em out of the park, however, and will celebrate the theater’s 70th anniversary next week.

Doug and Kim Barbacci currently own the venue.

“Kim’s folks bought the theater in 1986, so, Kim and I operated the theater for 100 years now,” Doug told a reporter with a laugh.

“When we started to see some folks come in with their children, and then not long after that, you’d see those kids bringing their kids in … you just look at ’em and you just nod and they would nod. You realize it’s a generational thing. And when you see that

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