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               Monday, April 29 2002  

Malany Silbaugh Benyack
in 7th grade photo, left;
current photo, right

Where are they now?
Malany Benyack

Jackson Township native Malany (Silbaugh) Benyack is a 1977 graduate of Central Cambria High School and a 1984 graduate of Polley Associates School of Real Estate.

Married to Donald "Butch" Benyack since November 9, 1981, she and Butch are the parents of four children. The Benyacks make their home in the Vinco section of Jackson Township. Having been raised on a farm, Malany is well suited to the country life she leads in Vinco. She is an experienced and very successful gardener and has turned her country home into a gardener's paradise. She's always ready and willing to share her gardening expertise and plants with anyone needing help with their own attempts at gardening.

An avid reader,she's often curled up with a good book. Malany and Butch are kept busy attending daughter Jenna's softball games and tournaments and son Trevor's occasional theatrical appearances.

"I loved living on my parent's Jackson Township farm...the family things we did there, the picnics, corn roasts, the holiday dinners...." Malany recalls.

She is currently employed as a teller for The First National Bank of Pennsylvania, and is in charge of the food concession at the Rodney Paul Auction Center. Anyone wishing to send greetings can send them to HRoses2@peoplepc.com for forwarding.

Not necessarily funny, but perhaps amusing "facts"

6. The percentage of Africa that is wilderness: 28 percent
( now get this...) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
7. The percentage of North America that is wilderness: 38 percent
8. The cost of raising a medium-size dog to the age of eleven: $6,400
9. The average number of people airborne over the US any given hour: 61,000
10. Intelligent people have more zinc and copper in their hair.

—Sent by Mike Harrison

Thought for today

It is said of angels that they do not, or as some would have it, that they cannot fall. But men fall, yet they quickly rise again as often as this may happen to them. Devils, and devils only, never rise once they have fallen.

— Abba Macedonius
Quoted by St. John Climacus in
The Ladder of Divine Ascent,
sixth century

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