Duryea Rec Board movie night Saturday

June 27th, 2015 1:28 am

First Posted: 6/10/2013



The Duryea Borough Street Department has scheduled an electronic recycling collection on Wednesday, June 26.

Residents are to place their electronic recyclables at the curb by 7 a.m.

Any small items, such as pagers, telephones, modems, should be placed in a blue recycling container.

Large items, such as televisions and computers, may be placed at the curb without a container.

Acceptable items are answering machines, CD players, all computer components, radios, scanners, tape players, word processors, VCRs, camcorders, copiers, fax machines, microwaves, cell phones, telephones, pagers, remote controls, stereos, televisions, typewriters.

Non-acceptable items are air conditioners, air purifiers, batteries, blenders, curling irons, coffee pots, de-humidifiers, drills, electric can openers, fans, humidifiers, hair dryers, hot plates, irons, lamps, lawn mowers, razors, satellite dishes, space heaters, toaster ovens, toasters, window fans, sweepers.

The next electronic recycling collection will be in June.

For further information, contact the Duryea Borough street department at 655-1299.



The 1963 class of Northeast High School invites all graduates from 1964-1966 to their 50th class reunion to be held at Colarusso’s LaPalazzo on Oct.11.

Anyone who would like to attend may call Michael Hopkins at 457-0413.

The class of 1963 is also looking for the correct addresses of the following classmates: Richard Ash, Margaret Balchune, Theresa Ann Cherone Poremba, Joseph Cicon, Robert Czar, Alan Dommes, Patricia Gedrich Matthews, Grace Bahnweg Gilhooley, Catherine Purcell Hess, Joseph Mashunas, Carol Menichini Marshall, Dolores Struzzeri Lemardy and Anna Mae Thomas. Anyone with information, please call Michael Hopkins at 457-0413.

The next meeting of the reunion committee will be held on July 17 at 7 p.m. at the VFW in Duryea.



The Son’s of the American Legion, Squadron 585, Duryea, would like to Thank the following for a huge success on their chicken barbeque and boat raffle:

The American Legion Post and the Ladies Auxillary, Kyle Lamarka and U.S. Foods, Bill Fieglman, David Trombly Sr., Ed Gurley, Brandon Balchune Construction, SAL members and everyone else that helped that day or that donated.