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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Sylvia A. Vigliotti, 95, of Bradford, PA

Sylvia A. Vigliotti

Sylvia A. Vigliotti, 95, of Bradford, PA, passed away on Saturday, June 24, 2017 at the Bradford Regional Medical Center.

She was born on August 8, 1921 in Bradford, a daughter of the late Lorenzo and Olympia Chicotti Alviti.

She attended Bradford Area Schools.

On November 19, 1942 in the St. Bernard Catholic Church she married Ottario A. “Tony” Vigliotti who preceded her in death on November 5, 2013.

She was a member of the St. Bernard Catholic Church. She was a former member of the American Red Cross and the TOPS #16 club. Mrs. Vigliotti enjoyed cooking for any occasion and playing Bingo; those that knew her know that she was always willing to help anyone in need.

She was employed by KOA Speer Electronics, Bradford, until her retirement.

She is survived by two daughters, Dominica (James) Beath of Nappanee, IN and Toni (Jim) Bloomquist of Bradford; two grandsons, Joseph and James Beath both of South Bend, IN; four granddaughters, Sharon (Matthew) Rethlake, Brenda Suter both of Nappanee, IN, Rachel (Patrick) Woods of Cicero, IN and Elizabeth Beath of Nobelsville, IN; thirteen great grandchildren; two great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents and husband she was also preceded in death by one daughter, Sharon Vigliotti, two brothers and three sisters.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 from 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Mascho Funeral Home, Inc. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 AM on Wednesday at the St. Bernard Catholic Church with the Rev. Raymond Gramata as celebrant.

Burial and committal services will be in the St. Bernard Cemetery.

Memorial contributions in her memory can be made to the St. Bernard Catholic Church, P.O. Box 2394, Bradford, PA 16701.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of the Mascho Funeral Home, Inc.

Online Condolences can be expressed at

Morris Dispatched To Petticoat Junction Campground For Structure Fire

At 4:02 PM on Sunday, Morris Fire Department has been dispatched to Petticoat Junction Campground on Beach Road  for a camp fire.
4:14 PM--WEllsboro and Liberty have been requested to send tankers.

Proposed Construction of Shale Gas Drilling Wastewater Treatment Plant on Coudersport's Western Border

Good afternoon,

It has come to the attention of some Coudersport residents that there is a proposal for a fracking wastewater treatment plant on Coudersport's wester border on the table, and scheduled for discussion tomorrow. There does not seem to be widespread awareness of this proposal, therefore I am sending this information on behalf of Laurie Barr and the group to see if you would mind posting it to Solomon's Word to help raise awareness.

Thank you.
Best regards,
Georgina Hricak

"A company is proposing construction of shale gas drilling wastewater treatment plant on Coudersport’s western border." according to the Shale Gas Roundup newsletter. which states “Discussions are being held between members of the Coudersport Area Municipal Authority and two businesses, Epiphany Environmental and JKLM Energy.”

Newsletter link:

According to the Pennsylvania Department of State (online database), the fledgling company, “Epiphany Water Systems” is owned by Thomas Joseph and began operating in Dec. 2015. However their own website, youtube videos & other sources indicate the company has been operating at least as far back as 2012 when Consol Energy invested $500,000 in Epiphany.

State Department link:

A video on youtube posted by Tom Joseph explains Epiphany's method of wastewater treatment which utilizes solar power, "distillation" and "mist evaporation." Video link:

Someone told to me the decision whether or not to lease land next to the sewage treatment facility (near the Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle Church) to Epiphany Water Solutions is “in the hands of the Coudersport Area Municipal Authority (CAMA).”

According to The Endeavor News published back in November of 2016 "Discussions between members of the Coudersport Area Municipal Authority and two businesses, Epiphany Environmental and JKLM Energy, date back at "least five months. Few details have been made public."

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Nearly a year after discussions began, area residents continue to be left in the dark.

It's my guess that among the reasons "few details have been made public." is Epiphany's process may involve wastewater storage, distillation and evaporation of JKLM's Hydro-fracturing wastewater at a facility which is less than a mile upwind of the Coudersport Elementary School. We know this waste may include volatile organic compounds which are known carcinogens as well as soluble and insoluble radioactive compounds. Will the facility take any steps to isolate this prior to or during any evaporation and distillation processes?

It's my hope CAMA, Epiphany and JKLM will hold public informational meeting to clue-in the rest of us, with details of their wastewater treatment plant plans. And to allow residents a reasonable amount of time to review their plans, submit comments and have any environmental, health and safety related concerns raised and addressed before the deal is sealed.

I made a couple phone calls to try to learn more about this and when this could be decided and all I was able to come up with is this; a decision may be made soon.

The next Coudersport Area Municipal Authority meeting is scheduled for Monday June 26 at 6:30pm at the Sewer Plant on Toles Hollow Rd.

Epiphany Water Systems is the sister company is Epiphany Labs:

Kathryn L. “Kay” Stuckey, 94, of Odin, PA

Kathryn L. Stuckey

Kathryn L. “Kay” Stuckey, 94, of Odin, PA, passed away on Saturday, June 24, 2017 in Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, after a short illness with her loving family at her side.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to the care of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.

James L. “Jim” Pratt, Sr., 64, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Bolivar, NY

James L. Pratt Sr.

James L. “Jim” Pratt, Sr., 64, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Bolivar, NY, passed away on Saturday, June 24, 2017 in Noyes Hospital, Dansville, NY, after suffering an apparent heart attack.

Friends may call from 2 to 4pm and 6 to 8pm on Wednesday at the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, 118 South Union Street, Shinglehouse.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.

Kane Dispatched For Lines Down On Route 6

At 3:34 PM on Sunday, Kane Fire Dept. dispatched to the area of Burning Well Road and Route 6 for lines down across the highway.

Update On Local Boy Scouts Trek To Philmont Ranch

On Sunday, June 25, our Boy Scout trek made it to the top of Baldy Mountain 12,441 feet in elevation. Today's ascent began in total darkness at 3:30 am from our trail camp and have climbed nearly 3,000 feet. We have been challenged by many obstacles along the way so far including a heavy thunderstorm, some altitude sickness, spar pole climbing and leading uncooperative burros along rocky terrain. With 7 days and 5 peaks yet to come there is a lot we are looking forward to.

Ryan Geer.

A crew of teenage Scouts and their leaders will be embarking on a life changing summer trek through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico. Philmont covers 214 square miles of vast wilderness with trails that climb from 6,500 feet to as high as 12,441 feet.

During their trek, Boy Scouts from Mt Jewett, Kane, Bradford and Port Allegany PA and Olean, NY led by Scoutmaster Tom Geer and other adult advisors from Troop 410 Mt Jewett, PA will hike more than 89 miles over 11 days. This will be Tom Geer’s 13th trip to New Mexico starting back in 1982. Mr. Geer led 7 treks with his troop in Louisiana during the 1980’s and this will be his 6th with the Mt Jewett Troop.

The group of Scouts and their advisors will carry everything they need to survive during the trek on their backs while hiking from camp to camp. They will participate in backcountry programs along the way including historic Burro Packing, obstacle courses, spar pole climbing, rifle and muzzle loader shooting, mine tours, blacksmithing and gold prospecting. The trek includes a conservation project where the Scouts will learn and participate in the upkeep of Philmont’s ecosystem. Along the trek, Scouts will endure tough challenges including backpacking in bear and mountain lion territory, steep climbs, and often-inclement weather.

“They may meet only one other group of Scouts on the trail in an entire day of hiking,” according to Backpacker Magazine. “Even in the most crowded destinations, each Scout group camps in isolation, out of sight and sound of all other groups.” The crew will make what amounts to a Scouting pilgrimage with their trip to Philmont. Philmont Scout Ranch is the Boy Scouts of America’s premier high adventure camp and the largest youth camp in the world serving nearly one million participants since 1938. Interviews are available from the local contact upon request. More information about Philmont can be found at

Coudersport Ambulance Dispatched To Potter Game Club Road

At 11:24 AM on Sunday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Potter Game Club Road for an unknown medical emergency.

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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Teenagers Unhurt In Crash On Scott Hollow Road In Sharon Township

Hit & Run Crash Damaged Steps In Austin Borough

Solar Panel Stolen From Residence On Southwoods Road

Troopers Investigating Trespassing Incident In West Branch Township

NY Health Department enhances medical marijuana program

Ken Cobb Painting Classes at the Gmeiner

Kenneth Cobb of Mansfield, artist-in-residence at the Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center, is offering painting classes this summer at the Gmeiner at 134 Main Street in Wellsboro.
The painting classes are open to adults and young adults ages 14 and up. Participants will walk through the basics of acrylic painting materials and use. Concepts discussed will include artistic practice, seeing color and shape, color theory, color mixing, composition, tonal value, and texture. Watercolor and drawing materials will also be used and discussed periodically throughout the sessions.

Cobb will provide participants with three hours of direct instruction per session. They will also have access to the Gmeiner’s studio to paint independently on Saturday afternoons from 12-5 p.m. as well as at designated times during the sessions.

Session Three—Landscape will be on Saturdays, July 29 and Aug. 5, 9 a.m. to noon.

Session Four—Figurative (working from a live, clothed model) will be on Thursday, July 28, 6:30-8:30 p.m. and Saturdays, Aug. 12 and 19 from 9 a.m. to noon. Sessions One and Two are already underway.

There is a $25 supply fee per enrollee per session to provide the participant with access to painting materials, including: canvas boards, panels, acrylic paint, palettes, brushes, image resources, smocks, towels and cleaning supplies; and drawing materials, including: paper, charcoal, ink, pencils, drawing boards, erasers and image resources.

An artist and educator, Cobb received his BFA in painting and computer art from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and his MFA in studio art from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Specializing in traditional based oil painting techniques, Cobb offers his services as a portrait artist in the mediums of oil, charcoal and pastels. In his personal studio work, he explores still life, landscape, and the portrait narrative genres. He has taught courses in art at Mansfield University and Corning Community College.

Email Cobb at to enroll in a painting class. Visit the Gmeiner's Facebook page and website for more information about art classes and exhibits.

Ken Cobb is offering painting classes at the Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center in Wellsboro.

Hinsdale & Westons Mills Dispatched To Shed Fire On Main Street

At 8:54 PM on Saturday, Hinsdale & Westons Mills Fire Departments have been dispatched to a shed fire next to a residence at 3796 Main Street in Hinsdale.
9:03 PM--Fire is out. Checking for extensions.


On Friday, June 30 at 7 p.m., the hands of time will turn back 200 years as the History Comes Alive series continues at the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro.

The audience will enter the world of Thomas Jefferson. The stage will either become Swann’s Tavern in Albermarle County in Virginia or, if there are too many visitors from northern Pennsylvania and the southern tier of New York, the Court House in the nearby village of Charlottesville since it is spacious enough to accommodate a large crowd.

On June 30, 1817, Mr. Jefferson will address his visitors and reminisce about the attitudes that prevailed 41 years prior and the events that led up to the 1776 adoption of a document that he describes as “pregnant with the fate of our country.”

Following his remarks, Mr. Jefferson will hope his visitors from a very different society will have enough interest and curiosity about his perspective of those long past days, his relationships with other "Founding Fathers," his role as chief executive, and his current "hobby" of establishing a university in the upland country of Virginia to offer questions and commentary of their own.

Thomas Pitz of Orange, Virginia has been portraying Jefferson for 30 years. He does not memorize lines. Instead, this oral historian becomes Jefferson, the principal author of America's Declaration of Independence who also served as the third President of the United States from 1801 to 1809 and was a Founding Father of this country.

Pitz's love of history began when he was a third grader. His main interest is the American Revolutionary War era from the 1750s on.

A high school guidance counselor in Orange for 32 years, from 1973 to 2005, Pitz remembers when he first became Jefferson. “In 1987, I was in a summer stock theater production playing Jefferson. “I got a call from the Boar’s Head Inn in Charlottesville asking if I would portray Mr. Jefferson for a group of their guests. I’ve been Jefferson ever since.”

Born in Virginia in 1743, Jefferson was 83 when he died on July 4, 1826, in Monticello, the plantation home he designed when he was 26.

Pitz has researched him and his contemporaries and is well versed in Jefferson’s own writings – specifically his letters. “They give you a sense of the language he uses. It’s beyond the scope of history books.”

By sharing Jefferson's ideas, personality and contradictions, Pitz gives his audiences a sense of the man's remarkable intelligence. “Even today, Mr. Jefferson is the most referred to person I’ve ever seen because he was influential and yet controversial,” Pitz said.

“None of the Founding Fathers evokes a stronger feeling in people than Thomas Jefferson. They may love him or hate him, but few people can ignore him if they wish to understand America,” Pitz concluded.

Tickets are $15. For tickets, call 570-724-6220 or visit

Photo by Ed Wesley
Tom Pitz as Thomas Jefferson works on the Declaration of Independence. He has entertained audiences around the United States, including his annual July 4 appearance at the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota. That's where he will be heading following his visit to Wellsboro.

Joyce E. EMPSON, 82, of Scio, NY


Joyce E. EMPSON, 82, of Scio, NY, was lifted into the arms of Jesus on Friday, June 23, 2017 with her daughters by her side. 

Born August 13, 1934, she was the daughter of William and Jennie Lorrow Spicer. On August 23, 1952, in Andover, NY, she married Martin D. Empson, who predeceased her on June 2, 1990. Together they had four children, raising them up on a small farm on Wolf Spring Road in Scio. 

She was a graduate of Andover Central School. Her banking career started in 1964 with First Trust National Bank in Wellsville, where she worked for 25 years, retiring in 1989 from the successor North Star Bank. Later, she worked for several years in the Fairlawn Cemetery in Scio. 

Joyce enjoyed camping, dancing, crossword puzzles, reading, and time spent with her family and many friends. 

Surviving are: three loving daughters, Cheryl (David) Slocum, Marianne (Ken) Harris, and Kris (Paul) Nickerson; a son, David Empson; nine grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and loving fur babies, Vinnie and Bootsie. 

In addition to her husband and parents, she was predeceased by a sister and brother-in-law, Betty and Martin Downey; and a special friend, Donald Carl. 

Friends may call at the Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY on Monday, June 26, 2017 from 2:00 – 4:00 and 5:00 – 7:00 PM, with a Celebration of Life service following at 7:00 PM. Pastor Bill Sylor, of the Genesis Bible Church in Scio, will officiate. Burial will be in Knights Creek Cemetery, Scio. 

Memorials may be made to the Scio Volunteer Fire Department or the SPCA serving Allegany County. Online condolences may be expressed at

Kelly D. (Bennett) Kvalkauskas, 50, of Elm Street, Eldred, PA

Kelly D. (Bennett) Kvalkauskas

Kelly D. (Bennett) Kvalkauskas, 50, of Elm Street, Eldred, PA passed away on Thursday (June 22, 2017) at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport, following a lengthy illness.

Born July 17, 1966, in Olean, N.Y., she was a daughter of Paul and Dorothy Stuck Bennett.

She was a graduate of the Otto Eldred High School and went on to school in Williamsport, where she met and married her husband, Terry Kvalkauskas, who preceded her in death on March 10, 1998.

She was “The Lady at the Smith Hometown Store, who knows where everything is...”
She was a member of the Eldred United Methodist Church. She enjoyed gardening, crafting, participating in the local Zumba classes, harassing all the customers at the hardware store and shopping.

She is survived by her daughter, Yasmine (Titus) Griffith of Allegany, N.Y.; a stepson, Terry Kvalkauskas Jr. of Williamsport; three sisters, Debbie Bird of Eldred, Barbara (Rickey) Briel of Biloxi, Miss. and Sarah (Phil) Hall of East Aurora, N.Y.; special nieces and nephews, Karen Frank, Katie Dynda, Andy, Greg and Jason Bird, Ricky Lord, all of whom she was very close to; many special grandnieces and grandnephews; and her special partner, Stephen Troupe of Eldred.

A celebration of Kelly’s life was held on Saturday (June 17, 2017). Burial will be in Mountain Cemetery in Brockway. Arrangements are under the direction of Frame Funeral Home. Memorials can be made to the Eldred Area Free Library and Historical Society or the Eldred Ambulance Service.

Online condolences may be made at

New Design Guide features local places, projects that serve as regional models on how to enhance community character

Ed McMahon
A new edition of the PA Wilds Design Guide for Community Character Stewardship, a popular free tool for communities in the Pennsylvania Wilds, is now available for download, and a national expert on sustainable development called it and the work it relates to one of the best rural development effort in the nation.

Ed McMahon of the Urban Land Institute and a national expert on sustainable community design, says the effort to grow the place-based tourism industry in the Pennsylvania Wilds is "one of the single greatest rural, natural resource-based, economic development programs in the United States of America.”

He said the comments to a crowded room of more than 250 people from across the region who had gathered at the DuBois Country Club this spring to unveil the Second Edition of the Design Guide and celebrate other milestones in the Pennsylvania Wilds effort.

"People in the world that I work in… talk about this initiative all over the country, because it's about taking what's special and making it valuable,” McMahon said.

The Design Guide is a core program of the larger Wilds movement, which also includes regional marketing, growing and connecting unique place-based businesses, youth outreach, regional planning and inspiring stewardship of natural and community assets. Many local stakeholders from the public and private-sectors are involved in the Wilds work. State and federal partners are also at the table. PA Wilds Center, a regional nonprofit, is the coordinating entity of the landscape-level effort.

The nonprofit on Friday released the free download link to the Design Guide Second Edition, as well as a link to McMahon’s presentation.

“A lot of people have asked us for a link to his talk because they wanted to share it with their city or borough councils, local townships and other partners,” said PA Wilds Center Executive Director Ta Enos. “So many of our communities in rural PA are dealing with the same development issues. Ed has a way of inspiring people to action.”

A former TED Talk speaker, McMahon is well known for his passion and humor and his ability to use common sense and before and after photos to transcend political and other lines. He told the crowd in April:

“I am one of those people who think we spend way too much time in this country fighting about what we disagree on and not nearly enough time sitting down community by community and figuring out what we do agree about. And I tell you when you do do that -- you can reach consensus about place. Because most Americans care more about the place they live than the political party they belong to.”

He went on to say that communities have two choices, to shape development or to let development shape them. “There is no place in the world today that will stay special by accident,” he said.

McMahon helped inspire the original Design Guide, which rolled off the presses in 2007, just as the Wilds effort was starting to gain steam. It was a product of the PA Wilds Planning Team, a grassroots stakeholder group that includes the region’s 12 county governments and dozens of other nonprofit and economic development stakeholders from across the Wilds. The document provided tips and illustrations on how communities, developers, architects, business owners and others could be good stewards of their community character as they grew.

Several counties in the Pennsylvania Wilds amended their comprehensive plans to include the Design Guide, and other organizations voluntarily made its use a requirement for accessing mini grants and other similar types of programs. Over the last few years it has been used by a variety of partners to guide development projects of all types and sizes, from chains looking to do something less cookie cutter to communities looking to better reflect their history or connection to nearby natural assets.

The new Design Guide includes new chapters, is far more visual than its predecessor, and also highlights more local examples of its practices in action, said Clearfield County Planning Director Jodi Brennan, whose committee spearheaded the overhaul.

“What's the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words?” Brennan said. “These visuals are more inspiring than any words could do justice … They reflect not what's happening somewhere else USA but here in our own home towns. Folks will recognize places from their own communities in this Second Edition or those they have visited or travelled through.”

An award-winning resource unto its own, the Design Guide has proved seminal to the Wilds partnership being able to compete for additional resources for the region, including two rounds of signage mini grants, one round of design assistance grants, and most recently, $183,000 for a regional façade grant pilot program targeting Route 6 communities in the Wilds, all of which have or will leverage tens of thousands of dollars in private-sector investment toward strategic revitalization efforts.

“During the development of the 1st Edition I didn't dream of the possibilities that are now before us,” Brennan said. “The recent award of regional facade dollars for Route 6 Alliance was SO exciting and has opened the door for other communities to follow in their footsteps.”

Community leaders, business or property owners, architects, developers, government partners and others on the front lines of shaping growth in communities in the Wilds are encouraged to check out the new Design Guide and McMahon’s presentation.

The Design Guide Second Edition can be downloaded at:

McMahon’s full presentation can be viewed at:

A new video promoting the Design Guide is also available at:

The Pennsylvania Wilds includes the counties of Warren, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Lycoming, Clinton, Elk, Cameron, Forest, Clearfield, Clarion, Jefferson and northern Centre.

Kane Dispatched To Garage Fire On Biddle Street

At 2:17 PM on Saturday, Kane Fire Department has been dispatched to 625 Biddle Street for a garage fire with exposures.
Report working fire in the garage roof.

Helen M. ABBOTT, 91, formerly of Potter Brook Road, Westfield, PA


Helen M. ABBOTT, 91, formerly of Potter Brook Road, Westfield, PA, died Friday, June 23, 2017 in Broad Acres Health and Rehabilitation Center, Wellsboro, PA. 

Born May 2, 1926, in Westfield, PA, she was the daughter of Llewellyn and Rose Bollock Witter. She was married to Lewis B. Abbott, who predeceased her in 2005. 

Helen was a member of the Potter Brook Happy Hour Club and the Harrison Valley Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. 

Surviving are: two daughters, Kathryn Ann Abbott of Rochester, NY and Margot Abbott of Bradford, PA; two sisters, Joann Clark of Knoxville, PA and Jane Bianchi of San Jose, CA; and nieces and nephews. 

In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by a sister, Shirley Ochsenhirt; and three brothers, Richard G. Witter, Donald Witter, and Lee Witter. 

A Memorial Service will be held 11:00 AM, Monday, June 26, 2017 in the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery, Potter Brook, PA. 

Memorials may be made to Riverview Cemetery Association, c/o Garry Abbott, 134 Potter Brook Road, Westfield, PA 16950. Online condolences may be expressed at

Cannon Downriggers Taken From Boat Parked At Big Shanty Road Residence

Numerous Items Stolen In Burglary On Hutchins Drive

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Bradford Dispatched To Pole Fire

At 12:55 PM on Saturday, Bradford City Fire Department has been dispatched to the intersection of Constitution Avenue & Spring Street for a pole fire.

St. Marys Dispatched To Rollover Accident

At 11:48 AM on Saturday, St. Marys Fire & EMS have been dispatched to a one vehicle rollover accident near 723 North St. Marys Street. Occupants are now out of the vehicle.


Maxi Canada, Inc. Recalls Breaded Chicken Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens
Maxi Canada, Inc., a Quebec, Canada establishment, is recalling an undetermined amount of breaded chicken products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. The products may contain milk, a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label.
Overhill Farms, Inc. Recalls Chicken Products Due To Possible Foreign Matter Contamination
Overhill Farms, Inc., a Vernon, Calif. establishment, is recalling approximately 54,630 pounds of chicken bites products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically bone.

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Robert H. Sage Estate Auction Saturday, June 24 At Lloyd Burkhouse Auction House In Bradford, PA

Jim Williams Fireworks Memorial & Complete Race Show At Woodhull Raceway Saturday, June 24th

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Pulled Pork Sandwich Or Dinner By Roulette Fish & Game Club Saturday, June 24th