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Saturday, August 8, 2015

8-22 Ottolini Public Auction August 22nd In Harrison Valley, Potter County, PA

Troopers Investigating Criminal Mischief At Camp

Lorraine J. Phillips, 70, of Main St., Roulette, PA

Lorraine J. Phillips
Lorraine J. Phillips
ROULETTE- Lorraine J. Phillips, 70, of Main St., passed away Friday (Aug. 7, 2015) in Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport.

Born October 9, 1944, in New York, NY, she was a daughter of Anthony G. and Leonola Duhs Perise. 

Lorraine worked as a waitress for many years with the ABC Restaurant, Burtville, before her retirement.

She was a longtime resident of the area and a member of the Riverside Methodist Church of Roulette, Roulette Township Election Board, and Chamber of Commerce.

Surviving are a son, George A. Perise (Julie Barretto) of Havre de Grace, MD; a grandson, Michael P. Perise of Havre de Grace, MD; and a brother, Ronald Perise of New Jersey.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister, Theodora Wyman; two stepbrothers, Richard and Ronald Nelson, and two stepsisters, Evelyn Chastain and Joanne Gentzel.

Friends will be received from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday in the Switzer Funeral Home, Port Allegany. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday (Aug. 13, 2015) in the Riverside Methodist Church, Roulette, with Rev. Randall Headley, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Hill Cemetery, Roulette.

Memorials can be made to the Roulette Ambulance.

Condolences can be made to: 
George A. Perise
325 Bounding Home Ct.
Havre de Grace, MD 21078

Lafayette, Bradford Dispatched For MVA On West Warren Road

At 10:03 PM on Saturday, Lafayette Fire Dept. & Bradford Ambulance have been dispatched to the intersection of West Warren Road and Pine Acres Golf Course for a one vehicle crash.

PA Gas Drilling Permits Issued

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Shippen Twp TownshipGas permit issued on 2015-08-03 00:00:00 to SWEPI LP for site HOUCK 433 28H in Shippen Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Shippen Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2015-08-03 00:00:00 to SWEPI LP for site HOUCK 433 26H in Shippen Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Middlebury Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2015-08-03 00:00:00 to SWEPI LP for site KINNAN 845 26H in Middlebury Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Middlebury Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2015-08-03 00:00:00 to SWEPI LP for site KINNAN 845 24H in Middlebury Twp township, Tioga county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

Roulette Responding To Assist A Victim Of An ATV Accident.

At 9:19 PM on Saturday, Roulette EMS and Medic 6 have been dispatched to 452 Kim Hill Road for a victim of an ATV accident with a head injury. The victim has come to that address for assistance.
At 9:30 PM--Roulette Fire Dept. to set up Landing Zone at Buckler Trucking.
10:13 PM--Mercyflight airborne to ECMC in Buffalo.

Galeton & Wellsboro Dispatched For Crash On Rt. 6

At 8:33 PM on Saturday, Wellsboro & Galeton have been dispatched to a one vehicle crash on Route 6 in the area of the Roadhouse. Occupant is possibly entrapped.

10th Annual Potter County Family Fun Fair Had Perfect Weather This Year

Cathy Thompson Bowers added 22 new photos.

Tri-County Sunday editor Joy Norwood reports from the Clearfield County Fair

Tri-County Sunday editor Joy Norwood talks with Denny Liegey, of Denny's Beer Barrel Pub in Clearfield, about what it means to be a sponsor of the Clearfield County Fair.
Posted by Courier-Express on Saturday, August 8, 2015


Address: 5231 OWLS NEST RD
Cross Streets: FOREST ROAD 136 * FOREST ROAD 167
8/8/2015 3:16:43 PM

PA's Top Prosecutor Surrenders To Prosecution


WELLSBORO, PA—The Hamilton-Gibson Children and Youth Choirs will officially begin their 21st season on Tuesday, Aug. 18 at a special kick-off rehearsal at the Bogaczyk Farm in Cherry Flats, near Wellsboro.

“The program has grown from just 18 singers in grades 4-8 in 1996, to a full program for singers in grades 2-12 from all over Toga County,” said Thomas Putnam, choir director.

Registration for the choirs is open and all singers from grades 2-12 are encouraged to apply. Opportunities include: the Young Men’s Choir for boys in grades 9-12 or with changed voices; the Young Women’s Choir for girls in grades 9-12; the Children’s Concert Choir for children in grades 5-8; and Choir Too, the training choir for children in grades 2-4 or those who are still working on their singing voice.

Each choir meets once a week and performs an autumn concert, a holiday concert at the Dickens of a Christmas Weekend, and a spring concert. The choirs also perform as asked during the year.

Touring began early in H-G Choir history. Choir members have toured Washington D.C., New York City where they sang with the Newark Boys’ Choir, Toronto, Prague in the Czech Republic and Brazil.

On April 28, choir members completed H-G’s 67 Initiative to sing in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania. Highlights from the trips they took over the years include singing the National Anthem at a Phillies game in front of over 60,000 people; singing at the Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville, Pa; at Fallingwater, a home designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright; and at 50 schools throughout the state.

The choirs have performed with the choral department at Mansfield University, the MU Symphony Orchestra and the Williamsport Youth Orchestra as well as a number of community-based choral programs throughout Pennsylvania.

On Sunday, Aug. 23, the choirs will sing the National Anthem at the Little League World Series in Williamsport. They began doing that in 2001.

The tuition cost for youth to participate in the H-G program is kept to a minimum with gifts from local citizens who are committed to offering a quality community choral experience for local students; and through parent-run fundraisers. Scholarships are also available for any child who desires to sing from families who are in difficult financial situations.

For more information about the Hamilton-Gibson Choir program for children and youth, call the H-G office at 570-724-2079.

Potter County Commissioners Meeting Minutes For July 23, 2015

Potter County Commissioners Meeting Agenda For August 6, 2015

Katelynn McInroy center in picture received donations from the Raymond Richar VFW Post 6611

Katelynn McInroy center in picture received donations from the Raymond Richar VFW Post 6611 Post Commander Jesse Olson and Auxiliary President Tammy Unser. Katelynn's senior project for Galeton High School was a fundraiser for Childhood Cancer (ALSF) Alexs Lemonade Stand. You can help find a cure by making a donation to her page.

Pope Francis: Catholics who divorce and remarry should be welcomed by the church

Coudersport Ambulance To Westgate Inn

At 1:24 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance & ALS to Rt. 6 West at Westgate Inn for a fall victim with a head injury.

Shale Gas: Updates, Land Management and Lease Options

Penn State Extension is hosting a “Shale Gas: Updates, Land Management and Lease Options” workshop on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 from 2 to 4 PM at the Gunzburger Building, One North Main Street, Coudersport PA 16915.

As a landowner, are you concerned what your options may be when your lease is up for renewal? What should a landowner do to manage oil and gas operations on one’s land during development? Do you have concerns of how the current development and trends may affect your lease? Expert speakers, Dan Brockett, Penn State Extension’s Marcellus Education Team Educator, and Bud Shuffstall, Senior Vice President, Senior Oil, Gas, and Mineral Officer at Northwest Savings Bank, will provide a comprehensive program to help landowners understand the current shale trends and considerations they may be facing.

This workshop is a must for landowners who have leased or have been approached to lease and want to know more about the process and how to keep informed.

Due to the generosity of the sponsor, Northwest Savings Bank, the program is offered free of charge. However, seating is limited and pre-registration is required online at or by calling 570-320-4429. Questions regarding the content of the program may be addressed to Dan Brockett at or to Carol Loveland at or at 570-320-4429.

Penn State encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate need for any type of special accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Carol Loveland at 570-320-4429 in advance.

NOTE: This program is for educational purposes only and is not intended as an offer of legal advice. Consult an attorney for such information.

Roulette Ambulance Tpo River Street Extension

At 1:12 PM on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance has been dispatched to River Street Extension for a woman ill.

Pond Workshop Successful

(L to R): Nate Irwin, PA Department of Environmental Protection Aquatic Biologist, from the Tom Ridge Environmental Center in Erie, PA, speaks to pond owners in Emporium, PA, about harmful algal blooms. Photo: Jim Clark)
Penn State Extension, and the Cameron County Conservation District, partnered to offer area pond owners a workshop to help them manage their ponds better and to introduce harmful algal blooms. Penn State Extension is doing research to determine how prevalent harmful algal blooms are in Pennsylvania rural ponds. These algal blooms can produce toxins that can be harmful to humans, livestock, and pets. Seventeen pond owners attended the session and several brought algae or weed samples to be identified by the pond experts. 

Extension Water Resources Educator, Jim Clark, will be at the Cameron County Conservation District Office in Emporium, from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, August 11, 2015, and from 6 to 8PM on Tuesday, August 25th , to receive and identify pond samples for area pond owners.

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Intelligent Transportation System Project Update

Montoursville – This is an update on the $4.2 million Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) project in Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, and Union counties in central Pennsylvania.

On Monday, Aug. 10, the contractor will continue work at the Route 15 southbound ramp to Interstate 180 eastbound in Williamsport.

Work includes trenching and backfill, and junction box installation.

Traffic will be reduced to a single lane. Short term delays in this area are expected.

Trench and backfill work also will be performed at Interstate 80 and Route 11, and on Route 11 in Berwick. Guide rail installation will be performed at various sites throughout the project area.

Traffic should not be impacted as this work will be done off the roadway and behind barrier.

Ramp Work Scheduled for Route 220 Job Drivers should be Alert for Traffic Pattern Changes

Lock Haven, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Route 220 project is continuing and area drivers can expect traffic pattern changes and travel delays next week at two interchange locations.

During the week of August 10, crews will be paving the ramps at the McElhattan and Avis interchanges and drivers should be alert for traffic pattern changes as work takes place. Flaggers may be in the roadway and drivers should proceed with caution in these work zones. All work is weather dependent.

Project work includes patching and overlay, bridge repairs, guide rail updates, shoulder work, strip seal dams and miscellaneous items. Ramps at Salona, Mill Hall, Lock Haven, McElhattan, and Avis will also see improvements along with improvements on a small section of Route 477 (Long Run Road) near Salona and bridge work on Route 2015 (Mill Hall Road) near Mill Hall.

Begun in 2014, repairs will improve the ride quality of the roadway surface and extend the useful life of the pavement. The work was made possible by Act 89.

HRI, Inc. of State College is the contractor on this $16.9 million project, which is expected to be complete by mid-October. PennDOT reminds motorists to use caution in work zones, obey posted speed limits and always buckle up.

2015-2016 Registration Sunday, August 9th From 4 to 6 PM

131 West Main Street, Smethport, PA  More information on Facebook

Florence E. Fleming, 86, of West Seventh Street, Emporium, PA

Florence E. Fleming

Florence E. Fleming, 86, of West Seventh Street, Emporium, PA, died Thursday, August 6, 2015,
in her home.

Born February 22, 1929 in Five Points, Pa., she was the daughter Kenneth and Dora Timblin Bish. On November 29, 1958 in St. Marys she married William Fleming who died August 3, 2004.

A resident of Emporium for over 44 years, she was formerly employed as a machine operator at Stackpole in St. Marys and for several years, along with her husband, owned & operated a block company, also in St. Marys, before relocating to Emporium in 1971. Mrs. Fleming was a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church of Emporium and was a former member of the Order of Eastern Star Emporium Chapter #101.

Survivors include: one granddaughter, Frances Roe in Michigan;
one great granddaughter;
three brothers, James (Rosie) Bish, Lyle Bish and Dwayne Rohrback, all of St. Marys;
a sister-in-law, Lorraine C. Bish of Brockport; and several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by one son, Kenneth Spangler in 2006, a brother Victor Bish in 2013, and a sister Betty Feidler in 2014.

A visitation will be held Sunday, August 9 from 4-7 p.m. in the Coppersmith-Condon Funeral Home, Emporium where an Eastern Star Memorial Service will be held Sunday at 4:15 p.m.

Funeral and Committal Services will be held Monday, August 10, 2015 in Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Emporium, with Fr. Matt Ryan, pastor, officiating.

Burial will be in Newton Cemetery, Emporium.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to Emmanuel Episcopal Church, PO Box 88, Emporium, PA 15834.

Coudersport Ambulance To Avenue A

At 11:50 AM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Avenue A in Rubbertown for a person ill.

Benefit Dinner At First Church Of God is Cancelled

Rabies Clinic Today From 1 to 4 PM At Ulysses Fire Hall

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Rt. 44 North

At 9:42 AM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance & Olean 10 have been dispatched to Rt. 44 North for a medical emergency.

Northern Allegany County Responders to County Road 3 Crash with Entrapment

At 12:07 AM on Saturday, Fillmore, Centerville & Wiscoy-Rossburg have been dispatched to a one vehicle crash on County Road 3, just west of North Hill Road. One patient is reported pinned in the vehicle. A medical helicopter has been put on airborne standby.

Anderson Estate Sale By Soozie This Friday,Saturday & Sunday In Port Allegany


Potter County Family Fun Fair This Saturday From 11 AM To 2 PM

SMC Powder Metallurgy Seeking Utility / General Laborers At Galeton Plant

8-9 Online Wood Working Shop Auction Preview In Genesee, PA

Wings Over Bradford 2015 Aviation Awareness Day Saturday At Bradford Airport

8-22 Ottolini Public Auction August 22nd In Harrison Valley, Potter County, PA

Every Tom, Jeff, & Larry Entertain Sunday At Ulysses Library Music On The Lawn

Friday, August 7, 2015

15 Bottles Of Liquor & Compound Bow Stolen In Camp Burglary on Bull Run Road In West Branch Township

Bags Of Garbage Dumped On Property On Stiles HIll Road In Potter County

Hatboro Man Charged With Shooting Firearm In Bathroom At Wonderbar In Galeton

Burglar(s) Took Money From Residence On Telescope Road

Unknown Fire Dispatch Is For Large Brush Pile Fire Along Route 21

At 9:43 PM on Friday, Alfred Station Fire Dept. was dispatched to an unknown fire in the area of Hamilton Hill Road & Route 21. Firefighters found a large brush pile on fire along Rt. 21. Police are investigating.

Fiery Mountain Sunset From The Pennsylvania Wilds

On Loucks Mills Rd. near Ulysses,PA. Photos shared by Phil Smith.


Victor’s Market Company Recalls Chicken Products Due to Misbranding
Victor’s Market Company, a Hawthorne, Calif. establishment, is recalling approximately 7,368 pounds of chicken products due to misbranding.

Richburg Dispatched To Rollover Crash

At 7:32 on Friday, Richburg Fire & EMS has been dispatched to Wells Road off Rt. 275 in Town of Wirt for a rollover crash with 2 injured. Bolivar Ambulance also dispatched. Medic 700 also dispatched.

Genevieve M. Clark, 97, of Warren, PA

Genevieve M. Clark
Genevieve M. Clark

Genevieve M. Clark, 97, of Warren, PA, died Thursday, August 6, 2015 at the Byron House Assisted Living Center in Potomac, MD with her family by her side. 

She was born June 14, 1918 in Warren, PA, to the late Peter and Mary Cecelia McNamara O’Brien. Genevieve was a 1936 graduate of Warren High School. She was a longtime Warren area resident and also formerly resided in both Connecticut and New Jersey. 

Genevieve had a number of jobs in Warren in her youth, including at Western Telegraph, Western Union, and The New Process Company. During World War II she worked at Hughes Aircraft in Niagara Falls, NY, where she helped to build P-39 fighter planes. Later in life, she served as the Registrar at Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey.

During her lifetime, Genevieve was an active member of both Holy Redeemer and St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic churches, serving on the Altar Societies of both parishes and the Parent Teacher Organization of St. Joseph’s. She was also a member of the Warren Historical Society and the Warren Genealogical Society. She was an avid reader and a master of crossword puzzles, and had a life-long interest in genealogy.

On April 19, 1947, she married John “Jack” McPherson Clark, her husband of 55 years, at Holy Redeemer Church. Jack died in Warren on August 14, 2002. She is survived by her four children, James P. Clark and his wife Margaret Parros Clark of Los Angeles, CA; Kathleen Clark McShane and her husband John McShane of Raleigh, NC; Kevin B. Clark and his wife Nancy Ripp Clark of Potomac, MD; and Karen Clark Petersen and her husband Bret Petersen of Rochester, MN; as well as thirteen grandchildren, one great-grandchild and several nephews and nieces.

In addition to her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by her daughter, Mary Elaine Clark, who died in Warren on September 11, 1961, and seven older brothers and sisters, Francis, Mary, Lawrence, Peter, Sarah, Raymond and Robert. 

 Friends may call at the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc., 304 East Street, Warren, PA, on Sunday evening, August 9, 2015, from 6 and 8 P.M. and a vigil service will be held Sunday evening at 7:45 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be conducted at Holy Redeemer R.C. Church, 11 Russell St., Warren, PA., on Monday, August 10, at 10:00 A.M., with Fr. James Gutting, Pastor, officiating. Interment will be in St. Joseph R.C. Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Holy Redeemer R.C. Church Building Fund or to the Salvation Army of Warren County, 311 Beech Street, Warren, PA 16365. E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting

Stephanic found guilty of first-degree murder in girlfriend’s slaying

By COLIN DEPPEN Era Reporter c.deppen@bradfordera.comBradford Era

RIDGWAY — An Elk County jury believes a St. Marys man acted knowingly when he lured his girlfriend from her workplace and fatally shot her in the back, returning a first-degree murder conviction against him Thursday and rejecting the defense’s diminished capacity claims.

Sentencing of Michael Stephanic Jr., 46, has yet to be scheduled, but isn’t likely to take place before the completion of court-ordered evaluations due by mid-September. He faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison, with the death penalty not pursued in this case. Read more...

Roulette Ambulance To Main Street

At 7:04 PM on Friday, Roulette Ambulance & Medic 6 dispatched to Main Street for a medical emergency.

Bradford Firefighters Participated In Senior Expo At Pitt-Bradford

Happy BIrthday Jim Caskey

Happy Birthday to a wonderful husband, 
father, and paw paw!

We love you to the moon and back!

Summer IT Camps

The Potter County Education Council, in partnership with Seneca Highlands IU9 and Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center (CTC,) recognized 28 students for participating in summer camps held at the CTC. The goal of these camps is to introduce area youth to a variety of career options related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM.) A variety of IT career fields were explored through hands-on projects and discussions. 

Participants were able to take completed projects and other course materials home with them at the conclusion of the camp. This year’s topics included computer networking, robotics, programming, and game design.

The Education Council would also like to thank UGI, Northwest Savings Bank, and Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield for sponsoring these programs. They have each made a commitment to invest in the communities they serve through generous contributions to the Education Council through Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. Their contributions allowed us to offer these programs free of charge, which would not have been possible without their strong support.

CCENT Boot Camp Graduates 8

The Potter County Education Council, in partnership with Seneca Highlands IU9 and Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center (CTC,) recognized 8 students for participating in the CCENT Boot Camp held at the CTC. This 4-day program allowed participants, who were all recent graduates of the Seneca Highlands CTC, to brush up on their skills using laboratory facilities and practice test materials before taking their CCENT certification exam at the Education Council’s Pearson VUE Authorized Test Center.

The Education Council would also like to thank the North Central JOBS! Program for its financial support. The CCENT Boot Camp was funded in part by the North Central JOBS! (PA JOBS1st) grant received by the North Central PREP and NCWIB from the PA Department of Labor and Industry. Their generous support allowed us to offer the camp free of charge.

Galeton Rotary Reports Another Successful Woodsmen's Show

The Galeton Rotary's 64th annual Woodsmen's Show is now past history. Once again it was another successful year.

The Rotary Club extends a "thank you" to those who helped make it such a success, especially Bill Campbell for hauling our storage trailer to Cherry Springs and bringing it back to Galeton, Patterson Lumber Company for the logs used at all of the events and transporting them to the site and last but not least to Ron Dean and E.F. Dean Inc. for transporting the pieces of heavy major equipment we needed to use at the show.

The annual Woodsmen's Show along with the Dark Skies program, also at Cherry Springs are the two most popular tourist events in Potter Co. Both of these events provides a substantial economic boost to the area.

Over the past 64 years the show has allowed Galeton Rotary to contribute over $700, the community. Galeton Rotary provides annual scholarships to Galeton students, built the original school tennis courts and the outdoor basketball court, school sidewalks, band uniforms and fitness center equipment this year. The club refurbished the community building with a new roof, siding, interior remodeling and completely new electrical service. Major contributions to the new library, Collins Memorial Park and the band house restoration. These are just a few of the major contributions. The list goes on and on each year.

Pete Folk, a Rotarian of many years, was this years general chairman and, as usual did an outstanding job of making sure the show went on without a hitch.

The club will soon be making plans for the 65th show in 2016.


Address: 312 GONTERO RD
City: JAY

8/7/2015 4:05:56 PM


More Improvements Made To Potter County Website

Potter County Today

websitegraphicMore improvements have been made to the county website, aimed at making services more convenient for the public while improving efficiencies with the county government. 

The site now has a new look and a platform to allow faster navigation. 

New content has been added and updates will continue in the coming weeks. The site can be found at

Website developer Brad Zehr confirms that hit counts and other measures all point to growing use of the website for both interactive functions and information-seeking. Zehr said the Potter County website has been viewed by other county and local governments seeking a model to develop their own sites.

The site features conveniences for the public to purchase dog licenses, pay certain taxes, print forms, obtain phone numbers and email addresses for county and municipal officials, remotely access deeds and land records, obtain voter/election information, and more. There’s also current and archived information on the county government and Potter County in general, past and current editions of newsletters, information of interest to military veterans, and minutes from public meetings. 

Internet users are encouraged to bookmark the site on their home computers. The new site complements a separate web-based service for information from or about the county government, Potter County Today, available at

Together, the two information services deliver both timely information, updated on a daily basis, as well as connections to many other sources.

Potter County To Implement Veterans Discount Program

Potter County Today

Verteran%20Discount%20ProgramPotter County’s Veterans Services Committee is developing a new program that will allow qualifying military veterans to receive discounts on many local purchases. 

The Potter County Veterans Discount Program is modeled after a similar initiative that has enjoyed widespread success in Indiana County. Committee members Will Worthington, Paul Heimel and Dawn Wooster are putting the final touches on it. Details will be announced soon. 

Merchants and professional service providers will be invited to participate by extending discounts – typically 10 percent or more – to Potter County veterans. Vets who wish to take advantage of the program will obtain a Veterans Discount Program identification card from the county. Each card will be accompanied by a list of those participants who are offering discounts.

Penn State Extension at Senior Expo

(Caption (L to R): Jim Clark, Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator, talks to Nancy Mackey, Bradford, about the upcoming Unwanted Medication Collection Program on September 12, 2015, in Smethport.)

Penn State Extension at Senior Expo

Penn State Extension was present at Representative Martin Causer’s Senior Expo Friday at the University of Pitt at Bradford. Extension representatives talked to area residents about various programs including the 4-H youth development programs, nutrition education opportunities, and water resource issues.

Penn State Extension is assisting in organizing an unwanted medication collection program set for Saturday, September 12, 2015, at the Extension Office in Smethport from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The McKean County Sheriff's Office will provide two deputies for the event where residents can properly dispose of prescription and non-prescription medications for free. Research has shown that flushing unwanted medications pollutes our water resources and affects aquatic biology.

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