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Saturday, November 8, 2014

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By Miz Monica Thomas
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Well...it's here some places got more than others and we all got to see it. So whose voting for no more until the week of hunting season?

Halloween was a safe and wonderful time for young and old this year, I had over 200 trick-or-treaters at my door and Leo Stout enjoyed the evening very much, greeting all the little goblins himself, see your never to old for Halloween.

Amanda and Gabriella Perkins along with Mary Kay Torrey participated in the Kidney Walk 2014 in Pittsburgh, Pa. raising $345 dollars the National Kidney Foundation and Astellas Cares Transplant Group at the Pittsburgh Zoo in balmy 37 degree weather. Yahoo girls!!!

There are a variety of meetings happening at the school this next week. Parent/teacher conferences at all buildings Thursday the 6th starting at 4:30, no school for students on Friday the 7th and the conferences continue throughout the day. There is a school board meeting Monday night, November 10th at 7:00. Music boosters meet Tuesday Nov. 11th at 6:00. Congratulations to the girls and their hard work for the volleyball season. Check the update elsewhere on this page to what they are up to this month.

At the Senior Center this week they will be holding their annual BAZZAR starting on Thursday the 6th, Friday the 7th from 10:00-4:00 and Sat., the 8th from 10:00-2:00. On Thursday they will be selling a Chicken -n -Biscuit take out dinner, cost $5.00 to include chicken, biscuit, gravy, mashed potatoes and veggies.

The Potter County Commissioners will be hosting an open house and congratulatory party for the OV Senior Center winning the Senior Center of the Year Award in the state of Pennsylvania. Cake and punch will be served at 1:00 on Monday the 10th. Stop in and check them out!

If you didn't make the KIDS WITHOUT TOYS CONCERT, you missed a great evening, we are blessed by the number of talented vocal acts we have in the Oswayo Basin. It was nice to see old favorites singing again and welcome back Father Tom.

The home owned by Bob Rice located on Academy St., will be razed in the next couple of weeks by Habitat for Humanity. They are in need of a volunteer Construction Leader for the project and are looking for an enclosed box trailer 14-16 feet to haul behind a pickup. This is a wonderful opportunity for our community and the residents, if you have any time the Fetzers could use community volunteer help. Stop in and check it out as we watch this new opportunity unfold here in Shinglehouse.

So drop in and set a spell on the porch with me or you can reach me at 814-697-7625, mizmonica@frontier.com or my facebook page to report information about what your organization is planning or news of the Oswayo Basin.

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