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Learn IRA Basics, new 2020 rules for IRAs, and answers to frequently asked IRA questions at JAVA with JVB, on Tuesday, February 25, at 12:15 pm, at the JVB Coudersport office on East Second Street. Light refreshments will be served along with Java, of course! See you there!

St. Bibiana's Famous Fish Fry

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Learn IRA Basics, new 2020 rules for IRAs, and answers to frequently asked IRA questions at JAVA with JVB, on Tuesday, February 25, at 12:15 pm, at the JVB Coudersport office on East Second Street. Light refreshments will be served along with Java, of course! See you there!

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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Bradford Groups Raised Over $1,000.00 For Haiti Famine Relief

Rock for Haiti Totals

Rock for Haiti pulled in $822.22, plus an additional 200 dollars in the art raffle, totalling over $1,000.00 raised for the Free Methodist Haiti Famine Relief Fund.

Find out more details about the fund at http://www.helphaitiheal.org

12 comments :

Go Green said...

Way to go!

Anonymous said...

OK. now that Haiti's had help, how bout helping Chile people out. You did such a good job.

Anonymous said...

lets rock for the people here.....

Anonymous said...

I agree, what about our people here

Anonymous said...

Did you know 9:17 and 12:45 that anytime you want you can raise money for a cause that YOU CHOOSE!

So when you don't donate to this cause OR bother to support any cause how about you lay off of the young kids that do try and be positive?!

Anonymous said...

Coudersport, or any small town around here, could set up a "United Way" type of organization. Olean has one.

A type of fund where local donations would help local causes. Whether it be someone who has lost everything, a local cause such as "Save Our Pool", a project such as cleaning up the downtown when grass is between the cracks or trash tossed out along the curbs.

A local benevolent fund could help many causes with less overhead then a collection each time needed. It would require less people and resourses to run such a thing.

Ugotta B Kiddin said...

Wait a minute! We already have that fund for local use and it employs many people in Coudersport and throughout the county......it's called "Local Taxes", "property taxes", and "School Taxes".

Anonymous said...

the poorest of our poor have cable tv, food stamps, food banks, washing machines, and most of the time a place to sleep.

they've also got medical coverage, and plenty of doctors to spare.

coudersport and roulette and port allegany were not devastated by an earthquake that wiped out hundreds of people.

what the heck are you folks thinking?

these people are doing something good for a group of people who have lost EVERYTHING.

Anonymous said...

"the poorest of our poor have cable tv, food stamps, food banks, washing machines, and most of the time a place to sleep."

... and it's called lazy fat-assed welfare collecting.


True, the earthquake ravaged country needs help. Not only have they been hit by the quake, they also have been trying to recover from several hurricanes.

Anonymous said...

I understand the hatred towards people on welfare, however I don't think that all people on welfare are fat-assed and lazy as you say.

I for one am on it right now and it is definitely not because I'm lazy. I'm doing more than some people could ever imagine and just need a little extra help right now!!!!

As far as the Haiti thing goes!! Good for them. It is nice to see people helping others out in their time of need. I know I sure did, when I was in the position to do so and will again when the chance comes around!!

yes people in the USA need help too but not like those people there currently do!!!

Anonymous said...

Question: It's just a matter of time before "the big one" hits California. Are other countries gonna step up and help the United States out?

Anonymous said...

Question 7:33: Have you started your fundraiser to support that cause? Started any type of awareness group?

If that's what you feel compelled to raise money for or to support, please by all means, start a project! Put your time and energy into it, let me be the first to donate a few bucks. I can't promise you however, there won't be those that complain about your fundraiser?! Seeing how 90% of the people do the work and 10% bitch about it.....you wouldn't be that 10% now would ya??

HOW CAN YOU COMPLAIN ABOUT A GROUP OF PEOPLE THAT VOLUNTEER THEIR OWN PERSONAL TIME TO HELP A CAUSE?!!

YOU DON'T LIKE THAT CAUSE....DON'T DONATE.....FIND WANT YOU WANT TO DONATE TOO AND CALL IT A DAY!