Dr. Carl Frankel spotted a sassafras tree along the Greater Hazleton Rails to Trails trail as he led a scavenger hunt Saturday for Hazleton One Community Center youths.
“You can eat this if you’re out in the woods and you’re starving to death,” he explained, as he plucked a glove-shaped leaf from the tree and nibbled on it.
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On April 7 we had the Charitable drive for Peru, in conjunction with the Peruvian Community. We are so thankful with the community for the contributions. We hope the clothes, food, and other items arrived are helpful to the country itself.
On Saturday April 8, the Mexican Consulate established itself in our Community Center to provide numerous services to our Mexican residents in the community. The event was such a success that we are already planning the next date, and other nationalities.
Dont hesitate to contact the Hazleton One Community Center, regarding next visit!