Engineering a better candy cane


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At Wednesday’s brief first regular Pike County commissioners' meeting of the year, there was time for joking. Pike County Extension’s Educator and 4-H coordinator Angie Smith (pictured) addressed the commissioners about the sweets they distributed for the holidays: “Your candy cane broke, you need to evaluate your engineering design process for next year." Smith also said the Extension’s office at 514 Broad St. in Milford will become a collection center for the Pike County Humane Society. She noted that on Saturday, Jan. 13, a live animal demonstration will take place in Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center organized by the 4-H Club, and open to ages 7 to 18. (Photo by Anya Tikka)



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