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Potter County Family Fun Fair

Potter County Family Fun Fair

Stoltz Of Coudersport

Howard's Inc.

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Solomon's Auction & Yard Sale Page

CIMINO AUTO PARTS

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Coudersport Rotary News for May 15, 2017



“READ AND GROW BOOKS” – This Is one of the many wonderful programs that Rotary is proud to sponsor. It is a general partnership between our local Coudersport Elementary School and Sandy Weaver of “Read and Grow Books”. The goal, which is to provide each First Grade student in the school with his/her own personalized storybook at absolutely no cost to the school or parents of the children, is only possible with the help of local business sponsorship.

Coudersport Rotary Club President, Cathy Bowers, its Secretary Ruth Sallade, and two employees of the JVP Bank, Kelly Bruno and Lynn Ruffner spent the morning with Mrs. Weaver and the First Grade student classes, listening to Sandy read the book, seeing the surprises on the faces of the students and having a wonderful time with our imaginations. 

Sandy Weaver drives four hours, from Bethany, PA to Coudersport to give her wonderful presentation, as well as moving along to various other schools. She is truly an inspirational, caring and loving woman who has given most of her life to enhancing the abilities of children and inspiring reading. Each sponsor will have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the children of, not only our community, but also every community. Helping to light the spark of reading and enhance positive self-esteem will benefit your life as well as that of the children. 

To become a sponsor, please contact read and growbooks@hotmail.com.
This is an experience I will never forget. The happy faces of the children will stay with me forever. Many thanks to all the sponsors to helped make this possible and Sandy Weaver for making this possible. We will be looking forward to seeing you next year.

Photos by Cathy Bowers -L-R -Kaitlyn Blumer, Administrative Assistant; Mary Sabolick, H.I.S; Rotarian Merv Bowers, Mrs. Robert Campbell and Dr. Robert L. Campbell, Director of Audiology,  Integrated Family Hearing located in Coudersport.
 After leaving the Elementary School and the Read and Grow presentation, I headed to our regular Rotary meeting. Rotary was happy to see two of our returning Interact Club members, back to join us, Jami Stuckey and Shaylie Burr. Jamie will be the President of Interact next year, and Shaylie is Rotary’s student to attend RYLA this year. All the paperwork has been completed and mailed and it appears Shaylie will be leaving to attend RYLA on June 18 to the 22. Congratulations to both of our Coudersport High School Students.

Rotarian Merv Bowers introduced his guest speaker, Dr. Robert L. Campbell, Director of Audiology, Mary Sabolick, H.I.S., and Kaitlyn Blumer, Administrative Assistant, of Integrated Family Hearing located in Coudersport. Dr. Campbell spoke to Rotary about the two type of hearing loss: Conductive-a problem with the outer or middle ear, conductive hearing loss is often medically or surgically treatable. A common example is chronic middle ear infection. Sensorineural is the second and most common type of hearing loss. This involves a problem with the inner ear or the hearing nerve, and is usually permanent, however can be rehabilitated with amplification through hearing aids Dr. Campbell pass around a case containing the hearing aids of yesterday and what today has to offer. He explained there is a big difference between what was then and what one can have today. The new hearing devices are barely visible and are fine- tuned to meet the individual needs. People young and old can have a hearing loss, so “Never Miss What Matters”. Contact sayinghuh@zitomedia.net and find out what you may be missing.

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