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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Mary Lou Hurrle Latten, 82, of Olean, formerly of Eldred, Pa.

Mary Lou Hurrle Latten, 
beloved sister, aunt and friend

OLEAN — Mary Lou Hurrle Latten, 82, formerly of Eldred, Pa., passed into the Lord’s presence unexpectedly on Thursday (Aug. 3, 2017) in the Erie County Medical Center, Buffalo, of injuries sustained in a fall.

Born June 3, 1935, in Olean, she was a daughter of Thomas I. and Mildred D. Harris Hurrle. On Aug. 24, 1968, in Eldred, she married Wesley D. Latten, who passed away on Jan. 8, 2000.

She was originally a native of Eldred and had graduated from Eldred High School in 1955. She has resided in Olean since 1998, and had been employed by the Viko Furniture Company in Eldred for 15 years.

Mary Lou was a devoted member of the St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Olean where she attended for many years and was a member of the Altar Guild. She was passionate about animals and had adopted several rescue dogs and cats. Mary Lou never had children so she considered her pets to be her family. She always gave them great care and had shared her life with them to the fullest.

Surviving are a brother, James Hurrle of Eldred; several nieces and nephews; special long time cousin and friends, Helen Stayer and her husband, Joe, of Olean.

She was preceded in death by two brothers, Richard and Robert Hurrle; and a sister, Marlyn Jane Jackson.

Friends may call at the Frame Funeral Home in Eldred from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Sunday, (Aug. 6, 2017). The funeral service will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. at the St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Olean with the Rev. Kim Rossi officiating. Burial will be in Lamphier Cemetery in Eldred.

Memorials may be made to the Olean SPCA.

Online condolences may be made at

Ann Lee Welsh Palmer, 67, formerly of Eldred, PA

Ann L. Palmer, 
loving mother, nana, daughter, sister and friend

LANCASTER, Pa. — Ann Lee Welsh Palmer, 67, formerly of Eldred, PA, received her angel wings on Monday (July 31, 2017).

Born Feb. 13, 1950, in Port Allegany, Pa., she was the daughter of William Welsh and the late Helen Peterson
She was a 1968 graduate of Otto-Eldred High School and in 1972 received her bachelor of science degree in elementary education and library science from Lock Haven State College. She received a master’s degree in education from St. Bonaventure University in 1977 and later received her certification in English as a second language.

After college, she taught elementary education in Smethport, Erie, and Kansas City, Kan., until her children were born. Ann then spent the next 20 years as a stay-at-home mom, before returning back to teaching at St. Anne’s Catholic School in Lancaster. 

She moved back to Eldred in 2014 and taught first grade at Otto-Eldred Elementary School for 12 years. Ann retired in 2016 to take care of her “little pumpkin,” her grandson Alex.
She was dedicated to her teaching career and loved her students. Ann received the Outstanding Elementary Teacher of America Award in 1974 and was recognized as Who’s Who in Executive and Professionals in 2005 and 2006.

Ann was a devoted Catholic and her faith meant everything to her. She was a member of St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Lancaster, and attended the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels in Olean when she visited Eldred. Ann was blessed to have shaken the hand of Saint Pope John Paul II when she was in Rome.

She loved traveling, being outdoors, enjoying nature, spending time with Chris’ dog Toby, flower gardening, coloring and art, and was never afraid of new adventures. Ann’s life was entirely devoted to her children, grandson, family and her friends. She always put everyone before herself. Ann was an angelic woman full of pure love and joy.

Surviving, in addition to her father of Eldred, are her children, Christopher George Palmer of Natrona Heights, and Lori (Jeremy) Arbutiski of Sarver; her grandson, Alexander Arbutiski; a brother, William (Ann) Welsh of Rixford; a sister, Sue Welsh of Olean; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her mother in 1996; and a half-brother, Paul Peterson.

At the request of the family, a private Mass will be held at the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels in Olean with the Rev. David Tourville as the celebrant.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to the Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, where her grandson, Alex, receives therapy. 

Memorials may be sent to 1405 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15217, “In memory of Ann Palmer for Alexander Arbutiski.”

Online condolences may be made at

Susan M. Williams, 67, of Prentisvale Road, Prentisvale, PA

Susan Williams

 Susan M. Williams, 67, of Prentisvale Road, Prentisvale, PA, passed away Tuesday (Aug. 1, 2017) at the Bradford Regional Medical Center, following a brief illness.

Born Jan. 5, 1950 in Bradford, she was a daughter of Howard and Gladys Grimes Freer. 

On June 29, 1973 she married William “Billy” Williams, who survives.

 Susan was a 1968 graduate of Bradford High School and had spent her life as a homemaker.

Mrs. Williams had been a member of the former Lighthouse Community Free Methodist Church up until the time of its closing; as well as being a member of both the Eldred Township and Eldred Borough fire halls. She was a very good cook and was quite the artist, she also enjoyed writing.

Surviving in addition to her husband of 44 years are two sisters, Muriel (Carl) Strait of Olean, N.Y., and Betty Weed of Bemus Point, N.Y.; as well as several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her daughter, Brenda; as well as five siblings, Margaret, Leman, Becky, Leon and Gloriajean.

A memorial service will be held on Sunday at the Duke Center United Methodist Church with the Rev. Beth Rosler, pastor, officiating. Burial will follow in Lamphier Cemetery, Eldred.

Rev. Adam Knapp Ministering Sunday At Coudersport Gospel Tabernacle

Shinglehouse Fire Dept. To Fairgrounds

At 10:35 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Fire Dept. has been dispatched with one engine to the Potter County Fairgrounds for the Fireworks.

Saturday's Lumberjack Competition At The Woosdmen Show At Cherry Springs State Park

 Curt Weinhold snapped these pictures of the Lumberjack competition at Cherry Springs State Park on Saturday. 

The show's final day is Sunday with lots still going on along with the featured Horse Pulls.

A complete schedule for Sunday is in another previous article on the blog today.

Photos shared by Coudersport Photographer Curt Weinhold.

Port Allegany Dispatched To Possible Structure Fire With Entrapment

At 10:13 PM on Port Allegany Fire Department has been dispatched to 208 East Arnold Avenue for a possible structure fire with entrapment.
Alarm company reports smoke detector activation with no contact with residents.

Roulette Ambulance To Sartwell Creek Road

At 9:23 PM on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance has been dispatched to Sartwell Creek Road for a 46 year old female fall victim who fell three steps with unknown injuries.
9:53 PM--Port Allegany Fire Dept. & Ambulance dispatched for lifting assistance & setting up a landing zone for Mercyflight at D.E. Errick's. 
10:47 PM--Mercyflight airborne to ECMC in Buffalo.

Coudersport Ambulance To Woodlawn Avenue

At 9:13 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to Woodlawn Avenue for a medical emergency.

NYSP-Amity: Truck Crashes Into House In Richburg

On Saturday, August 5, 2017 at approximately 2:32AM, Troopers from SP Amity responded to 323 Evans Street in the Village of Richburg, Allegany County for a report of a vehicle into a house. 

Upon arrival, Troopers observed a red pick-up truck which struck a house off the west shoulder of the roadway. 

Troopers identified the driver, RICHARD D. SEXTON, 47, of Bolivar, NY, still seated in the driver’s seat. SEXTON displayed physical indicators of alcohol intoxication. SEXTON was transported to Olean General Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the accident and consented to blood test to determine the level of alcohol present in his blood. Charges are pending the results of a toxicology exam. 

Photo shows the damage to the residence at 323 Evans Street Richburg.

Police Say Kane Man Was Intoxicated & Caused A Disturbance At Store

Ridgway Dispatched To Motorcycle Accident On German Settlement Road

At 8:29 PM on Saturday, Ridgway Fire & Ambulance have been dispatched to the area of 100 German Settlement Road for a motorcycle accident with a 60 year old male injured.


Hahn Brothers, Inc. Recalls Ready-To-Eat Ham Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens
Hahn Brothers, Inc., a Westminster, MD. establishment, is recalling approximately 115,773 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) ham products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen.

Don't Forget "Music On The Lawn" At The Ulysses Library Sunday At 6 PM


I just clicked on a listing to pay your bill to Roulette Township and Norton kicked it back as a FAKE WEBSITE designed to take your money fraudulently!! Don't be fooled by this.

Ambulances Dispatched For Fall Victims At Crossmire Bridge

At 2:53 PM on Saturday, Ambulances from Smethport & Port Allegany have been dispatched to the Crossmire covered bridge on Crossmire Road off Route 46 in Keating Township for 2 fall victims.

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Anthony Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2017-07-31 00:00:00 to EXCO RESOURCES PA LLC for site POOR SHOT P2 6H in Anthony Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

Police release name, other details in officer-involved shooting

 Warren Times Observer

Police have released the identity of the man killed in an officer-involved shooting Friday night in Mead Township.

According to Erie-based Pennsylvania State Police, Joseph Miller, 54, of Clarendon, was shot and killed after loading a firearm during a traffic stop with several by-standers in the area and getting out of his vehicle with the weapon. Read more...

Photographer Alex Renn Pictures The Progress On The Coudersport Main Street Bridge Over The Allegheny River

Austin Boy Scouts Take Field Trip To Potter County Offices

Austin Boy Scouts (from left) Miles Moate, Noah Leightley, Ethan Gola and Christian Siebert joined Scoutmaster Thomas Hurd for a roundtable with Commissioner Paul Heimel and Community Development Director Jennifer Rossman at the Gunzburger Building.

Potter County Today

Members of Austin Boy Scout Troop 524 received a crash course in county government, constitutional rights, volunteerism and related topics during a visit to the county seat. What started out as a merit badge assignment for troop member Miles Moate became a half-day give and take on topics raised by four scouts as they met with Potter County Commissioner Paul Heimel and Community Development Director Jennifer Rossman. “Both of us were impressed with the sincere interest as well as the commitment to service that these boys demonstrated,” Heimel said. “I think they came away with a broader perspective on citizenship and serving others, and I came away with stronger faith in the next generation of leaders.”

Noah Leightley, Ethan Gola and Christian Siebert joined Moate for the roundtable, which began with an emotional program on the importance of volunteerism – and the potential consequences of an apathetic populace. The scouts learned about the importance of voting and being informed on public policy. They were encouraged to become involved with the local government and ask questions. They also discussed lessons that could be learned from 1911 Austin flood, caused by the fairlure of a poorly engineered and constructed dam. Scoutmaster Thomas Hurd discussed the storied history of Troop 524 and current activities.

50 Acre Tract In Homer Township Has Conservation Easement Donated

Gerharts called to Erie PA to serve as pastor of Flightpath Fellowship

This Sunday at Coudersport Alliance Church we will be celebrating the ministry of Pastor Joe Gerhart and Amy Morrison Gerhart as we bless them and send them out to their next chapter in ministry. 

God has called them to Erie PA to serve as pastor of Flightpath Fellowship. 

Please join us for our service at 10 am and a picnic immediately following and let Joe and Amy know just how loved and appreciated they both are and how excited we are to see how God will use them both to further His kingdom in this next phase of their journey!

Potter County Officials’ ‘Road Trips’ Continue

Will Hunt
Potter County Today
A series of regional meetings by representatives of the Potter County government to assist township and borough leaders will move on to Germania next week. Planning/GIS Director Will Hunt, Conservation District director Jason Childs and resource conservationist Glenn Dunn II set up a schedule of five sessions to meet individually with municipal officials. 

Goals are to strengthen their partnership with county agencies and apprise them of services and opportunities that are available through the Planning Department, Conservation District and other offices.

Hunt has been keeping Commissioners Doug Morley, Susan Kefover and Paul Heimel apprised of the issues that are being covered and any concerns that have been raised. He said that responses have been positive at the first two meetings, held in Hebron and Ulysses townships. Next session will be at the Germania Firehall on Aug. 9, followed by meetings in Austin Borough and Eulalia Township. More details are available at 274-8254.

Last Day Of The Potter County Fair 2017

Last day of the Potter County Fair

Some links to photos to view or purchase

Latest Potter County Veterans Newsletter Available

Potter County Today

Latest edition of the quarterly newsletter, Potter County Veterans News, is now available. 

Among the more timely stories in the July-September 2017 edition is a summary of the successful launch of the Potter County Veterans Gravestone Restoration Project. 

Other stories focus on the successful Trout Unlimited Project Healing Waters Flyfishing Event; opportunities for area veterans to join the upcoming Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.; a report on Pa. Lt. Gov. Mike Stack’s meeting with area veterans’ representatives; coverage of the Army Technician Paul M. Brown Memorial Bridge dedication, and a report on a special Flag Day program held at the American Legion post in Shinglehouse. 

The July-September 2017 edition and all past issues are available on the county website,, or by contacting Dawn Wooster, executive secretary for the Potter County Commissioners, at 814-274- 8290, extension 207.

I am so grateful for the outpouring of love and support I have received!

Dear Family and Friends,

I am so grateful for the outpouring of love and support I have received!

Living in a small town isn't for everyone but for me, living in Eldred, PA is the only place I want to be. Everyone knows everyone else and everyone is ready support and care for someone in need. 

Last week that someone was me. My beloved dachshund, Greta, was mauled in her own back yard by another dog that shouldn't have been there. She inevitably had to be put to rest. 

My sweet Greta was loved by everyone and will be missed by everyone who looked for her on her daily walks around town. Greta was somewhat of a local celebrity. 

After people heard what happened I received an outpouring of phone calls, cards, food and love and support. I dare say that would only happen in a small town. I am truly blessed with friends and family who have helped me through this difficult time. Again living in a small town isn't for everyone but for me it is everything.

Susan Harvey

C&N Declares Dividend and Announces Second Quarter 2017 Unaudited Financial Results

Wellsboro, PA – Citizens & Northern Corporation (“C&N”) (NASDAQ: CZNC) announced its most recent dividend declaration and its unaudited, consolidated financial results for the three-month and six-month periods ended June 30, 2017.

Dividend Declared
C&N’s Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.26 per share. The dividend is payable on August 11, 2017 to shareholders of record as of July 31, 2017. Declaration of the dividend was made at the July 20, 2017 meeting of C&N’s Board of Directors.

Unaudited Financial Information
Second quarter 2017 net income was $0.34 per basic and diluted share, as compared to $0.28 in the first quarter 2017 and $0.32 in the second quarter 2016. For the six months ended June 30, 2017, net income per basic and diluted share was $0.62 as compared to $0.61 for the first six months of 2016. The return on average assets for the first six months of 2017 was 1.22%, and the return on average equity was 8.07%. Highlights related to C&N’s earnings results for the comparative periods are presented below.  Read more....



(Pulaski, PA)...On July 27, 2017 at Delaware International Speedway in Delmar, Delaware, competitor Allen Brannon finished third in the RUSH Late Model feature event. During post-race technical inspection, Brannon was disqualified for a suspension infraction and was disqualified for the event (loss of points and monies).

In addition, throughout the technical inspection Brannon refused to allow RUSH Officials to take tire and fuel samples. Thus, RUSH Officials levied the same penalties for each refusal as they would have for a sample which is found to be illegal. In this case, an illegal tire and illegal fuel each carry a thirty day suspension and a $500 fine. For his refusal to allow both tire and fuel samples to be taken, Brannon and car owner James Stevens will be suspended for sixty days from all RUSH-sanctioned events, and then will have to pay a total fine of $1,000 before they can resume competing with RUSH.

Of interest to area residents

Please consider posting this to your informative blog. I think area residents need to know this. Thanks in advance.
Margaret Henry

Scammers at it again or still at it!

Just received a call from Homestead, FL 786-765-0324 as a final notice from IRS before they file legal charges against us. The girl had very broken speech and immediately told her that you are a scam and remove this phone number from your call list or will report you from not obeying "The Do Not Call List". Her receiver dropped immediately.
Peg Rotello

Lessons from Past, Tools for Future Focus of Meeting on Phase 3 of Pennsylvania’s Plan to Clean Up Local Waters in Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Harrisburg, PA – In its third public meeting, the steering committee coordinating Phase 3 of Pennsylvania’s plan to clean up local waters in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed discussed lessons learned from previous planning efforts.

“We’ve started off development of Phase 3 with genuinely fresh thinking and energy,” said Patrick McDonnell, Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), which hosted the meeting on July 31. “Our process prioritizes bottom-up plan development by diverse partners throughout our Bay watershed counties. In June, over 240 Pennsylvanians brought their expertise and ideas to our public listening event. Taking a good look at the strengths and weaknesses of Phase 1 and 2 plans is part of this new approach.”

Many local municipalities, farmers, and other groups know the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mandates Pennsylvania to meet numeric goals in reducing nitrogen, phosphorous, and sediment in local waters, said three speakers who worked on the earlier plans: York County Planning Commission Director Felicia Dell, Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association Deputy Executive Director John Brosious, and PennAg Industries Association Assistant Vice President Jennifer Reed-Harry.

Their recommendations for Phase 3 included breaking these large target numbers down to a more local level, identifying the value (e.g., economic benefits and herd and soil health benefits) of cleaning up local waters, and ensuring that current local water cleanup efforts are being accurately tracked and the data shared with EPA.

The meeting also included a presentation by EPA Chesapeake Bay Program data analyst Matt Johnson on data analysis software available to the Pennsylvania team that will assist in decision-making on how to identify local area goals. Collecting and analyzing data in order to create local water cleanup plans with the greatest possible impact is a priority of Phase 3 plan development.

The steering committee will next meet on August 24 in room 309 at the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

Teachers: Farmers Insurance Offers A Preferred Discount For Going The Extra Mile

RN's, LPN's & CNA's Needed By PSA Healthcare In Austin, Bradford, Eldred, Emporium, Kane, Rew, Roulette, St. Marys, Smethport, Ulysses, Warren & Wellsboro

Frosty Hollow Herb Fair Saturday, August 5th At Cherry Springs Road, Coudersport, PA

Frosty Hollow Herb Fair  August 5, 2017

Speaker Schedule

10:00 AM Bear Mountain Herbs

Supporting Women’s Health with Herbs

Learn about herbs, gentle management of PMS, and Menopausal Symptoms. Use of Herbs for Glowing Health
11:00 AM Potter County Barn Quilts

PowerPoint presentation on the History of Barn

Quilts and how they are made.

12:00 PM Brydonson Farm Maple Products

Production of Maple Products and value added products

1:00 PM True Colors - Kassie Irwin

Mindfulness Meditation

2:00 PM Thrifty Works

How to make Recycle Sweaters and upcycled items!

3:00 PM Arbonne

Healthy from the Inside Out!

80% of your health and wellness can't be seen from the outside.

And even though majority of your health is on the inside, it's still critical to put healthy on your body, as well as in. Knowledge about your health gives power to your health. Knowing what ingredients to avoid will put the power of your health back into your hands.

Cole Memorial Seeking Candidates For Part-Time Call-in Hospitality Associates

Zito Media Has An Opening For A Customer Sales & Service Representative In Coudersport Call Center

The 66th Annual Woodsmen Show Continues Thru Sunday At Cherry Springs State Park
The 66th Annual Woodsmen Show, sponsored by the Galeton Rotary Club, is Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 4, 5 and 6, at Cherry Springs State Park in Potter County, 12 miles south of Galeton on West Branch Road and 15 miles southeast of Coudersport on Route 44.

The grounds will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all three days.

During the Woodsmen Show, seating in the Arena is on a first come, first served basis. Visitors can bring their own lawn chairs in case the Arena bleachers are full.

Rifle and Chainsaw Raffle
Alex Murphy was Friday's Stihl winner.
The Galeton Rotary Club is selling raffle tickets for three rifles, a Savage 11 .204 caliber with scope, a Ruger M77 22-250 caliber stainless and a Howa 1500 .308 caliber; and for Stihl products, including a leaf blower, two chainsaws and chainsaw helmet with ear and eye protection and safety chaps.

Raffle tickets for the leaf blower, chainsaws and the chainsaw helmet and chaps are 99 cents each or six for $5. There will be four separate drawings at 2:30 p.m. each day and at noon on Saturday with four winners named. Ticketholders have to be present to win.

Gun tickets are one for $10 or three for $25. At noon on Sunday, there will be separate drawings with three winners selected. Ticketholders do not have to be at the drawing as long as they clearly write their phone numbers and addresses on their raffle tickets. Rifle winners must pass the Pennsylvania background check.

Contemporary Bluegrass Music
Fireside Collective, a contemporary folk and bluegrass group will be playing in the stage area at 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Formed in Asheville, North Carolina, the band includes lead vocalist and songwriter Jesse Iaquinto on mandolin, Tommy Maher on dobro, Carson White on upright bass and Joe Cicero on acoustic guitar. They all sing.

Lumberjack Shows
Three amateur events will also be held.

The Greased Pole Contest is for people ages 16-22. For monetary prizes, two contestants will try to knock each other off a greased pole using cloth devices filled with sawdust that have handles. This contest will be at  11 a.m. on Saturday and at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.

The Kids Treasure Hunt for children nine years old and younger will go all day long on Aug. 4, 5 and 6. One child at a time will hunt through a pile of sawdust for a wooden coin, which he or she can trade for a prize. A grand prize will be awarded each day to the child who finds the gold coin.

The Skillet Toss is open to female contestants. On Sunday at 9 a.m., each female will throw a cast iron skillet as far as she can. Winners will receive prizes.

On The Grounds
Available for purchase will be food and wood-related products such as wood-turned items, wood sculptures, home remodeling, rustic furniture and wooden novelties. Also on the grounds will be Woodsmen Show commemorative T-shirts, reflexology and massage therapy services, trapping supplies, lumber maintenance products, homemade baskets and two portable sawmills.

Lumberjack Pros
On Saturday beginning at 12 noon in the Arena, the top lumberjacks and jills in the country will compete in eight different events, including ax throwing, the two-man log roll, two-man crosscut, springboard, log chopping, hot chainsaw, one-man buck and tree felling. Professionals who want to take part can register between 9 and 10 a.m. on Saturday on the grounds. Those who have pre-registered will be signing in, picking up their free T-shirts, finding out the times of each contest and their competitors.

Last year’s overall champion, Mike Sullivan is returning to defend his title. Lawrence O’Toole from Australia, one of the newest competitors, is also returning this year.

Chainsaw Artists
Throughout the three days of the Woodsmen’s Show, over eight hours are scheduled for chainsaw artists entered in the Masterpiece Competition to each do a carving. The carvings remain the property of the artists.

The masterpiece carvings can be viewed as they are being produced in each individual artist’s booth where there may be other items for sale.

The masterpiece chainsaw carving sessions will be from 9 to 10:30 a.m. and 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 4; from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., 1:30 to 3 p.m. and 4 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 5; and from 9 to 10 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 6.

The participating chainsaw artists pick the top three place winners for the Best of Show awards, which will be presented at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.

At least 10 chainsaw artists will also compete in a one-hour Quick Carve contest each day for public entertainment. The quick carvings will be auctioned off immediately following their creation. The public can purchase the pieces.

The second quick carve competition on Saturday at 10:15 a.m. followed by an auction at 11:30 a.m.; and the third on Sunday at 11:45 a.m. with an auction at 1 p.m.

Horse pull
Multiple horse teams will compete during the pull contest that begins at noon on Sunday. Draft horses will drag thousands of pounds across the Arena.

Woodhick Grove
Between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday, visitors can stop at the Woodhick Grove Logging Camp. Over 100 years ago the area around Cherry Springs State Park was spotted with large encampments of lumberjacks who were harvesting the trees. Experience life in this 1890s lumber camp as historical interpreters explain and demonstrate the skills and lifestyles of the woodhick from blacksmithing to log hewing and fence-building using authentic logging tools.

Admission to the Woodsmen Show for adults (13 and older) is $9 on Friday and Sunday and $12 on Saturday and for children (ages 6 to 12), $7 each day. Weekend passes for all three days are available for $24 for adults and $16 for children. Youngsters 5 and under are admitted free.

Potter County Fair Continues Thru Saturday In Millport, PA, Free Admission! Free Parking! Free Music!

Clinical Assistant & Clerical Assistant Positions Available At Cole Medical Group

Direct Care Worker For Cole Manor Homemaker Program

Potter County Human Services Invites You To Attend TRAUMA 101 At The Gunzberger Building On August 21st

Zito Media Has A Career Opportunity For A Social Media Coordinator

Northern Potter School District Has An Anticipated Vacancy For A Director Of Technology

Northern Potter School District Seeking A Special Education Aide

7 LuLaRoe Consultants Team Up For Back To School Shopping Sunday At The Hotel Crittenden In Coudersport

Whispering Evergreens Food Plots, Supplies & Services For You

Potter County Prothonotary & Clerk Of Courts Seeking Part-Time Support Clerk