March 2020
(570) 421-7447
"Think Frailey First"
BUNNY EGG🐣-clusive Campaign 2020
Thanks again for saying to our elderly, “Some ‘bunny’ is thinking of you today!”
St Patrick's Day Parade 2020
March 22, 2020 Step off Time is 1:30 pm
Join the Pocono Irish American Club for the 43rd Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade! This year we will be honoring Kenny Corcoran, the former president of the PIAC.

The parade will begin at Stroudsburg High School and end at Crystal Street in EAST STROUDSBURG. Step off time is at 1:30 PM.

We are looking for groups, bands and businesses to participate in the parade. Those interested can use the link: to fill out the online Parade Application Form. Deadline for parade participants is March 6th.

For everyone else, we look forward to seeing you along the parade route on Sunday, March 22nd! Thanks for your support each and every year. We look forward to bringing you another amazing parade in the Burgs!

St. Patrick's Parade Day Pancake Breakfast
March 22, 2020 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Girls on the Run Pocono - Luck of the Irish Pancake Breakfast. Join us prior to the 43rd annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Sunday March 22nd from 8am-1pm in the Stroudsburg High School cafeteria. We will be serving all you can eat pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage and fruit. All proceeds will help us empower more girls in our chapter by funding our scholarship program. We will have a 50/50 raffle and vendors. Cost will be $7 for adults 13+ , $4 children 12 and under, Seniors 60+ and Veterans. Children 3 and under are free.
Spring Cleaning, Decluttering Tips
....and a great time to
Spruce up your Home & YOUR Homeowners Insurance

Spring has arrived – which means it’s time to get your home in tip-top shape. A good, deep spring clean-up is a tradition that not only promotes wellness by keeping your environment clean and organized, it also helps carry the fresh-start feeling brought on by a new year well into the summer.

We’ve compiled some of the best DIY spring cleaning tips so you can declutter and deep clean your house to make it sparkle all year round.

Spring is also a great time to clean up your insurance. Schedule your annual  On Your Side Review  today to make sure your policy is still working for you.

Benefits of a free insurance assessment
Our personalized insurance evaluation will help you:
  • Determine the protection and options that are right for you and for the right price
  • Determine if recent or upcoming life events created or will create a need to update your coverages
  • Identify available discounts and coverage options

Get your free insurance evaluation annually
Get an On Your Side® Review every year, or whenever there’s a change in your life, such as a wedding, the birth of a child or a new home.

Spring cleaning tips
Remove water stains with lemon for a natural faucet fix
This spring, make faucets clean and sparkly by rubbing a lemon half on the water stains. The citric acid helps remove hard water marks. Then, use the other half of the lemon for our next tip.

Clean your microwave by heating lemon juice and rinds in water
Cut a lemon into halves, squeeze the juice into 1/2 cup of water and drop the rinds into the mixture. Microwave for three minutes and let it stand for five minutes without opening the door. The trapped steam will loosen the grime, so you can wipe the microwave clean with less elbow grease.

Use white vinegar to beat shower head buildup
Looking for more natural ways to clean your bathroom? Vinegar can dissolve the mineral deposits that accumulate in showerheads over time, causing reduced pressure and water flow. Fill a plastic bag with white vinegar, secure it over the showerhead with a rubber band and leave it overnight to get rid of buildup. Just be sure to run the shower before you hop in, or you risk smelling like vinegar all day.

Clean stainless steel sinks with baking soda
Simply wet your sink and faucet, sprinkle baking soda, and scrub with a sponge. If you need more heavy-duty scrubbing power, add salt to the baking soda.

Use newspaper to clean dirty windows and mirrors
Mix ¼ cup of white vinegar, 2 cups of water and 2 teaspoons of liquid soap into a spray bottle. Spray the mixture onto the glass and scrub with newspaper for a streak-free window or mirror. The ink acts as a mild abrasive and allows you to make use of old newspapers.

Organize your fridge and cabinets with rotating turntables
Don’t limit rotating turntables and Lazy Susans to your tabletops. After discarding old condiments and spices, organize your pantries and refrigerator with this useful storage hack.
Place a wet dryer sheet on your ceramic stovetop to remove burnt-on residue
Dryer sheets are non-abrasive and a great way to remove burnt-on food from your stove. Place the wet dryer sheet on your stovetop at least 15 minutes before rubbing the gunk away.

Clean your grill with an onion
Get your grill cleaned up and ready for the warm weather. First, heat it up and spray some white vinegar onto the grates to help loosen the residue. Then, scrub the area firmly using half an onion. The acid from the onion will rid your grill of any leftover remnants.

Let coffee filters do more than put a spring in your step
Does your TV screen or computer monitor show fingerprints, smudges and dust? The fiber in coffee filters is be gentle enough to rub them away, even on delicate TV screens. Just don’t press too hard!

Unpack and stack your spring/summer clothes vertically
Are your dresser drawers a mess? Instead of putting away folded clothes flat,  stack them vertically  for easy access.

Use cream of tartar to clean toasters and tea kettles
Combine 1 tsp of cream of tartar with just enough water to create a milky paste. Rub the solution onto your stainless steel appliances and wipe away to reveal their original shine.

Know your couch or rug before cleaning it
Don’t ruin your upholstered furniture by using the wrong cleaner. Not all manufacturer labels state what type of solvent to use. Familiarize yourself with the cleaning codes below.
Upholstery Cleaning Labels:
W: Use water-based cleaning solutions.
S: Use dry-cleaning solvents. Do not saturate. Do not use water.
S-W: Use water-based cleaners or dry-cleaning solvents.
X: Use a vacuum or brush only.
How have we been doing as your insurance and financial services provider?
Review Us Today!
Review Us Today!