Ruby Blues Concession

Breakfast: Black Rifle Coffee, Breakfast Sandwiches, Stuffed French Toast.

Lunch: Beef Bombs, Chicken, Pork & Lamb Spiedies, Specialty Subs, Salads, Mac & Cheese Bites, Fries, Soda, Water, and More.

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Lochs Maple

For more than 39 years, we have been harvesting sap from the sweetest of all the trees in Pennsylvania. We utilize the sap of sugar maple trees to make the following products.

Drinks: Maple Coffee, Maple Tea – Both Hot and Cold Brew, Maple Hot Chocolate, Maple Milk Shakes (also Vanilla, Chocolate & Strawberry).

Ready to Eat: Maple Hotdogs, Maple Caramel Corn, Cotton Candy, Maple Sundaes, Maple Candy.

Full Line of Maple Products: Maple – Syrup, Cream, Sugar, Vinegar, Mustard, Seasoning, Walnut topping, Lip Care, Jelly, Cinnamon Sugar, Cinnamon Syrup and more! Assorted Jams and Jellies, Pancake Mix.

Website: lochsmaple.com Facebook: Lochs-Maple

Borderline 4-H Club Bake Sale

Borderline Community 4-H Club is one of the longest running clubs in Susquehanna County. 4-H is a youth development program that offer youth ages 5-18 about leadership, citizenship, and life skills in project clubs. Borderline have youth participation in production livestock, dairy & meat goats, breeding & meat rabbits, entomology, leadership training, & goat milk soap making. Meetings are held monthly in downtown Montrose, PA. If your youth has an interest in any of over 200 plus 4-H projects offered locally contact Co-Organizational Leaders: Stephanie Rozelle at 570-309-7955 or Jill Kutz Swartley at 607-237-6053 or contact the local county office at 88 Chenango St., Montrose, PA 18801 Phone: 570-278-1158

Menu: The club will be serving hot foods like sloppy joe, chilli. Cold foods like assorted baked goods of cookies, brownies, breads, fudge, cupcakes, peanut butter, oatmeal, & chocolate chips. And Gluten free items. The club uses these funds from both days to pay for all items for the 30+ youth in their local club!

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