On February 15, 2014 tragedy struck in our small town, it hurt the hearts of everybody in our community, but most of all, it hurt the family who poured their blood sweat and tears into this business. Owner Chuck Knipe and his wife Justine rebuilt Mountainhome Candle after fire destroyed the business in 2005. They are now are faced with tragedy again, this time with no insurance to help in covering the damage. While the exact cause of the fire is still being discovered, it is believed that the roof to their factory/warehouse collapsed under the weight of snow from the storm. The collapse hit a propane tank causing an explosion and the building is a total loss. Chuck and Justine have lost thousands of dollars in products, and equipment, making it no longer possible to produce their candles and fulfill orders for customers.
Built in 1923, one of the original Buck Hill Cottages on the market. Original Stone Fireplace, hardwood floors - all the details that you are looking for. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, close to everything....walk or ride you bikes within the community to the pool, Camp Club, tennis and Lawn Bowling. $149,900 Call Jane for more information. 570-595-9000
This is the former Geisenger - Mountainhome branch location. Great place for lab work and / or family office visits.
SCORE of Northeastern PA (www.nepascore.org) and Barrett-Paradise Business Association member KMS Marketing Solutions will be presenting a 4-part workshop on Email and Social Media Marketing. Learn how to use these powerful, cost-effective, high return-on-investment tools to build business, increase communication with customers and prospects, and obtain referral business.
Sunday, 10/27/13 at 2pm
Route 390 in Mountainhome
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Deadline Oct 23
Note: Barrett Trick or Treat is Thursday October 31, 6-8 PM