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Former Yardley resident Susan Gross’ children’s book “James and the Mountain” is now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and IndieBound as well as select retailer sites.

The birds are in full chorus heralding the arrival of summer on a day that promises to be a scorcher.

The Quakertown Pet Fair, held June 1 on the grounds of Quakertown Veterinary Clinic, was a hit with animal lovers, including youth from the Horsin’ Around and Scales N Tails Bucks County 4-H clubs.

Roxy Therapy Dogs is known in the community for its 70-plus certified therapy dogs who bring comfort and support to 3,200 children per week in Central Bucks School District schools, the courthouse, Pedia Manor, and other venues.

Hips and Polly are the Tabby’s Place Cats of the Month for June. Hips arrived in 2022 with a fleet of felines from a rescue in Lebanon.

Kirk Berry, founder, innovator and CEO of KB Foundation, announces the upcoming “Share The Love” fundraiser, to benefit the KB Foundation and the Atlantic City Ballet.

The Homers for Hope men’s baseball team will host a game on Sunday, June 30 to recognize Aly Reed, who is an 11-year-old going through her second fight against leukemia.

William Tennent High School celebrated the Class of 2024 during commencement exercises June 5. The graduation ceremony was held at the school stadium in Warminster.

The stars had some company on June 4 as graduation caps – tossed by members of the Class of 2024 – dotted the night sky over Alumni Field, marking the conclusion of Quakertown Community High School’s commencement ceremony and the beginning of a new chapter for the school’s seniors.

New Hope-Solebury High School celebrated a new pack of graduates during commencement exercises held June 7 on the Lions’ stadium field.

Tabby’s Place, a Ringoes, N.J., cat sanctuary, will host its annual Kitten Shower and Adoption Event noon-4 p.m. Saturday, June 23.

If you have been visiting your favorite farmers market this month, chances are you have seen representatives of Bucks County Dairy Promotion scooping out ice cream as a reminder that it’s time to celebrate the dairy products we enjoy every day.

On Wine: Terroir is the key

Terroir is a French word of Latin origin that means “soil,” “land” or “earth.” The French pronounce it “tair WAH” (sort of) and in the wine world it has a related but different meaning of significant importance. For we oenophiles, it’s the environmental conditions, particularly the soil and climate, where wine grapes are grown.

Peddler’s Village in Lahaska will present its first four-day festival this summer: Starting on July 4 and continuing through July 7, the Red, White, and Blueberries BBQ Bash will celebrate both the extended holiday weekend and the fruit recognized during National Blueberry Month in July.

The New Jersey Council of County Colleges (NJCCC) honored 37 students from the state’s 18 community colleges for being named to the 2023 New Jersey All-State Academic Team for their outstanding academic achievements and exceptional service to their communities and colleges as members of Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for Community Colleges.

The Greater BucksMont Chamber of Commerce (GBMCC) has named its 2024 scholarship winners.

The A. Marlyn Moyer Jr. Scholarship Foundation announces will grant several partial scholarships for studies at colleges, universities, technical schools, nursing schools, and other accredited post-secondary institutions during the 2023-2024 academic year.

Northampton Community College (NCC) celebrated 652 graduates at commencement ceremonies held at NCC’s Bethlehem campus on May 23 and NCC’s Pocono campus on May 21.

A virtual information session will be hosted by Bucks County Community College for first-and second-year University of the Arts (UArts) students to present various educational pathways 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 25.

Father and son, Tom McCullough Sr., 67, and Tom “Tommy” McCullough Jr., 35, not only work at the family business together, Mount Penn Tool and Machine Co., but they also volunteer together at Southampton Fire Company.

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