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MOVING SALE EVERYTHING MUST GO RAIN OR SHINE- LOTS OF HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND FURNITURE FOR SALE July 9, 10, 11- We will follow the CDC recommendations for safe distancing. Please do not attend if you are sick. Masks are recommended 68 Watson Farm Road Austin pa 16720 8:30 am to 5:30 pm Follow the signs from the intersection of Rt 6 and Rt 872


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Friday, July 6, 2018

Headline Harrisburg by Rep. Matt Gabler

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Headline Harrisburg
Friday, July 6, 2018
The latest news from the State Capitol 
It’s Time to Purchase Your Doe License

Antlerless deer licenses go on sale to Pennsylvania residents this Monday, July 9 (non-residents may apply starting Monday, July 16).

Some very slight changes have been made to the pink envelopes in which antlerless license applications are sent. Please click here for the details.

You can monitor statewide doe license sales by visiting, and going to “Sportsmen Resources” on the left navigation bar.
Raising Awareness of ChildLine Reporting System

All schools in the Commonwealth will be required to publicly display a poster containing the statewide toll-free number for reporting suspected child abuse, beginning in the 2018-19 school year. Known as ChildLine, Pennsylvania’s statewide toll-free hotline number to report suspected child abuse is 1-800-932-0313.

Posting this critical information in schools will let students know they have somewhere to turn if they need to report abuse or neglect that they’ve suffered or if they suspect another child is being abused or neglected.

The poster is required to be displayed in a high-traffic, public area widely used by students. The poster also would include the address of the Department of Human Services’ website that provides information and resources related to child protection.
Bringing Federal Government to You

This Thursday, July 12, a representative from Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson’s office will visit Rep. Gabler's DuBois district office from 10 a.m. to noon.

If you have questions about Social Security or any federal program, this will be a great opportunity to have those questions answered.

The office is in the DuBois Area Plaza, 1221 East DuBois Ave.
Watch Your Speed

PennDOT has placed radar-controlled speed display signs on Route 53 north of Old Turnpike Road in Morris Township and on the Old Erie Pike west of Route 2007 in Boggs Township. The signs are to aid in curbing speeding, a common type of aggressive driving.

The first sign faces southbound traffic and the second faces eastbound. The posted speed limit in this section of Route 53 is 45 miles per hour, while the posted speed limit in this section of the Old Erie Pike is 35 miles per hour.

The signs, which were placed on Monday, will remain in their locations for up to four weeks.
It’s Over Already?

The 4th of July has come and gone, but did you know….
  • The original resolution calling for the Continental Congress to declare the United States free from British rule took place on June 7, 1776. Four days later, a committee was formed to perform the task of drafting a document that would sever ties with Great Britain.

  • Thomas Jefferson did the writing, but only presented his final product, the Declaration of Independence, after 27 days and 86 revisions. It took two more days for The Pennsylvania Evening Post to print the document on July 6.

  • This great piece of American history contains 56 signatures, but only two of them - John Hancock and Charles Thomson - put pen to paper that same day.

  • 53 signers wrote their names on it between July 4th and early August of that year. The last of the signers, Thomas McKean, contributed his signature five years later in 1781.

  • It was not until 1941 did Congress mark July 4 as a legal federal holiday.

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