Harrison and Loni Briner (with two-year old son, Gabriel), Dalmatia
Jennifer Hilsdorf and Justin Moore, Sunbury
Andrew and Amy Allvord, Hegins
Adam and Amanda Hockenbrock, of Selinsgrove
Brandon Moore, New Berlin, and Ellice Fullam, Mifflinburg
Dean Hollenbach, 11, stacks Christmas Trees at his family's stand on Front Street in Sunbury on Saturday afternoon.
Raechel Councill poses with Lexy, one of the horses she rides, at A&A Farms in Mt. Pleasant Mills on Saturday afternoon.
Amanda Kerstetter, owner of A&A Farms, with Dynamic Lexus, and Raechel Councill, with Handpainted Cameo, pose at the farm in Mt. Pleasant Mills on Saturday afternoon.
Travis Dillman, 16, and Cody Dauberman, 17, both of Middleburg, clean up after over 50 volunteers worked on a new women's homeless shelter in Middleburg on Saturday afternoon.
Jimmy Weaver, 13 of Middleburg, cleans windows after over 50 volunteers worked on a new women's homeless shelter in Middleburg on Saturday afternoon.
Keeley Grubb, a gallery assistant, talks about the Fifth Annual Figurative Painting and Drawing Exhibition at the Lore Degenstein Gallery at Susquehanna University on Friday afternoon. The exhibition continues through December 6th.
Emily Emburg, of Mt. Carmel, is a wrestler on the Mt. Carmel Area High School varsity wrestling squad.
A painting by Amy Abattoir, of Milton, hangs in the Fifth Annual Figurative Painting and Drawing Exhibition at the Lore Degenstein Gallery at Susquehanna University on Friday afternoon. The exhibition continues through December 6th.
Margo Graybill, a sophomore at Shikellamy High School, and her mother Kelly Graybill, of Sunbury, talk with Rena McCartney, assistant director of undergraduate admissions at Edinboro University, on Wednesday evening during the Athletic Career Night held at the Shikellamy High School in Sunbury.
Elena Boyle, an admissions counselor for Penn State Hazelton, talks with a group of students during the Athletic Career Night at Shikellamy High School on Wednesday evening in Sunbury.
Who ever stole a nativity scene from Haven Ministry in Sunbury left the commercial Christmas items but took the religous figures.
Haven Ministry executive director Pamela Mangini-Steffen talks on Tuesday about the nativity scene was recently stolen from Haven Ministry.
Little ballerinas, Isabella Preston, 3, left, Savannah Lappan, 3, Makayla Baylor, 5, Isabella Baylor, 5, and Maya Beishone, 4, practice their Christmas show routine at the Karen Gronsky dance studio in Danville on Tuesday.
Parents Kat and Chris pose with their children Anika, 6 months old, and Lilah, 2, on Wednesday shortly before Lilah's adoption was finalized.
A chicken goes to cross Sunbury Road on Tuesday morning.
Isabella Preston, 3, left, and Savannah Lappan, 3, make their sad Rudolph faces while practicing their ballet routine at Karen Gronsky's dance studio in Danville on Tuesday.
The house on the left is where a 4 month old boy was allegedly beaten by his fater.