Looking for that last minute gift? Wondering what to buy for the person that has everything? I’d like to suggest purchasing Clarks Summit: A Narrative this holiday season for all the tricky people on your list. Originally written by Helen and John Villaume in 1986, it was reprinted last year with updated information and is packed with local history and fascinating tidbits. Take a walk down memory lane and learn about Clarks Summit in a whole new way. You can read about the oldest house in the area, brush up on your school district history, and reminisce about favorite hangout joints. Clarks Summit: A Narrative weaves together the threads of our community into a vibrant tapestry before your eyes. This book would make a wonderful addition to anyone’s personal library and all proceeds from the book directly benefit the Abington Community Library. Books can be purchased at the Library for $15.00.
This project was made possible by the generous support of the John and Helen Villaume Foundation, and support by a Lackawanna County Arts and Culture Community grant, a program of Lackawanna County Commissioners Patrick M. O’Malley, Jerry Notarianni, and Laureen A. Cummings. All proceeds benefit the Abington Community Library.