From: Karen N.
Date of stay: November 20, 2010
Loved it & I would come back, it was very relaxing and we had a great time.
holiday room rates
Have your family stay with us for only $99.00. Use the code “Hohoho” for great discounts. Rates valid until December 30, 2010. Rates include breakfast, hotel and Mohegan Sun discount coupons. Call now for reservations 570-824-9831.
Mohegan Play and Stay
The Perfect holiday gift. Book the Mohegan Play and Stay Package and receive 20% off your room rate. This rate valid for all room types including suites. Free shuttle to and from the casino, discount coupons for both the Woodlands and Mohegan Sun. Call 800-762-2222 and ask for the “Mohegan” rate.
Marines answer auction call | Go Lackawanna, Scranton, PA
Marines answer auction call | Go Lackawanna, Scranton, PA.
Sgt. Vladimir Dorcelus, left, Stephanie Shirmer, Cpl. Charles Bowman, Kimberly Eckhart and Lance Cpl. Gustavo Yque sing New York, New York during the Date a Marine auction to benefit the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign.
S.John Wilkin photo / For Go Lackawanna
PLAINS TWP. – U.S. Marine Cpl. Timothy Wirth seduced the ladies with a karaoke version of “All These Things That I’ve Done” by The Killers.
It seemed to do the trick as Wilkes-Barre residents Kim Woodrosky and Nicki Pimental were the first two ladies to get into a bidding war over a man in uniform.
Pimental won the war at $30 Tuesday night at the Woodlands Inn & Resort’s Executive Lounge during the first “Date A Marine” auction coordinated by the Northeastern and Wyoming Detachments of Marine Corps League to benefit the local Toys for Tots campaign.
“I think the best money I’ve ever spent is buying a man,” Pimental said with a laugh.
Cpl. Charles Bowman, originally of Roselle Park, N.J., was the second Marine auctioned.
The 26-year-old admitted it initially felt a little awkward to be auctioned. Knowing it was to help deserving children outweighed any oddness he felt.
Staff Sgt. Stephen Leskoven got the idea for the Marine auction from a similar event held in Stroudsburg a few years ago, when he was auctioned off himself for $235.
“It is meant to be a fun thing. Bring the adults out to have a few drinks and take part in something other than giving toys,” Leskoven said.
Woodlands management officials also donated a $50 gift card to Toys ‘R’ Us for each Marine at the event, for a total of $1,000. No final figures were available on how much money the Marines raised
Saturday Night in The Woodlands
The band, “Coast to Coast” will perform tonight on stage at 10 pm inside the Streamside Bandstand w/ DJ Godfather. Fishboy from 98.5 KRZ will host the area #1 dance party inside Evolution Nightclub as we count down to NYE. DJ’s Kev & RedBull Ron mixing the club hits. Remember, the first 985 people get in free with $1 drinks from 9-11!