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Giving Kids a Smile in Lackawanna County

SCRANTON — The RailRiders’ mascot, champ, couldn’t be at the job fair today because he was busy helping kids smile in Lackawanna County.

It was “Give Kids a Smile” Day for children at Fortis Institute on Ash Street.

Little ones could come in, get their teeth cleaned and examined and even have x-rays done.

All of this was free of charge for those kids.

Fishermen Enjoy Warm Weather on Ice

BENTON– The sun was shining, the shirt sleeves were showing, and the temperature was climbing above 50 degrees.

But that didn’t stop the Nicholson Masonic Lodge 438 ice fishing tournament at Lackawanna State Park on Saturday. The event benefits Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.

Organizer Eric Krisa says, “You get more of a crowd out with the nicer weather like this, when it is zero and windy, that is when you lose people.”

Blaize Whitehead, 12, can see the advantage. “You are not freezing and  you don’t have a bunch of gloves on.”

But the spring-like conditions do have a drawback. While organizers say the ice in the center of the lake is thick enough to fish safely, getting on and off of it, especially while dragging a sled is a messy affair.

Kids Show off Lego Skills at the Mall at Steamtown

SCRANTON — 40 kids were given Lego kits today at the Mall at Steamtown in Scranton and given one hour to build a home.

It’s all part of the 4th annual “It’s a snap” Lego building contest at the Lackawanna Home Builder’s Association Showcase.

There are first, second and third place prizes for two age groups and organizers say the kids get a lot out of the competition.

“The children have a really fun time, it gives them a chance to show their creativity and they’re pros at doing this Lego contest,” said Marilyn Andres of the Lackawanna Home Builder’s Assoc.

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RailRiders Hold Job Fair at PNC Field

MOOSIC — There’s still some winter left before the upcoming baseball season but that didn’t stop job seekers from getting a jump on finding a place at the park this year.

The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders held a job fair at PNC field Saturday in Lackawanna County.

There was a big turnout for the more than 400 open positions.

We found people filling out paperwork and interviewing with the team all in hopes they can be a part of the action this season.

“We’re looking for 4-500 folks to really showcase the ballpark and create our family friendly environment, our supreme customer service, all these folks behind us are trying to vie for this jobs,” said Rob Crain.

There’s still snow on the field but the RailRiders are looking for ushers, ticket takers, bat boys, concessions workers, grounds crew and more for this upcoming season.

Making a Buttermilk Substitute

Christina Hitchcock from It’s A Keeper, shows us another cooking tip for the kitchen!

H&B Picture Perfect 2-22-14

Here is your Picture Perfect for 2-22-14.