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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Tioga, Middlebury, Nelson Dispatched To Wildfire On Elkhorn Road

At 9:35 PM on Saturday, Tioga, Middlebury & Nelson dispatched to the area of 1594 Elkhorn Road for a wildfire in the woods with wires down.

Coudersport Ambulance to Rt. 44 North

At 9:25 PM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance has been dispatched to 1200 block of Rt. 44 N for a man fallen.

Roulette Ambulance To Main Street

At 9:11 PM on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance has been dispatched to 100 block of Main Street for a patient with chest pain & difficulty breathing.
9:28 PM--Fire Dept. dispatched for lifting assistance.

Shinglehouse Ambulance To Oswayo Borough

At 8:54 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance has been dispatched to Oswayo for a patient to go to UPMC Cole.

Elkland Search & Rescue Dispatched To Quehanna

At 6:15 PM on Sunday, Elkland Search & Rescue has been dispatched to assist in a search & rescue in the Lost Run Road area of the Quehanna Wild Area in Clearfield County.
At 8:10 PM on Sunday, Searchers have been notified the missing 38 year old female they were searching for has returned home.

House Fire On Old State Road In Birdsall

At 7:19 PM on Saturday, Fillmore, Short Tract, Birdsall & Angelica have been dispatched to a structure fire at the intersection of Schneider Road & Old State Road.

Castaway Charters Now Booking Lake Erie Day Fishing Trips For June Thru September


James H. LOWE, 74, of Sunderlinville, PA

James H. LOWE

James H. LOWE, 74, of Sunderlinville, PA, died Friday, March 16, 2018 in his home. 

Born June 15, 1943, in Blossburg, PA, he was the son of Francis James and Wilma O. Stevens Lowe. 

He was employed by A&P, Polly-O, Hector Township, and Patterson Lumber. 

He loved being surrounded by friends and family and reminiscing about days gone by. 

Surviving are: his spouse, Kathy Boom Badmone; nine children, Dawn M. Lowe, James (Sheila) Lowe, II, Michael Lowe, Jonathan (Dawn) Lowe, Lavina (Jeffrey Crippen) Lowe, Samantha (Anil) Kavvas, C.J. (Tammy) Lowe, Felicia (Sergei) Anikin, and Roseanna (Joshua) Grace; 22 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; four sisters, Wilda (Jack) Pawlak, Onalee (Dan) Bunner, Elaine West, and Nina (Lee) Lowe; nieces, nephews, and cousins. 

 He was predeceased by a son, Daniel W. Lowe; an infant daughter, Laura Ann Lowe; three grandchildren, Whitney Marie Crippen, Lindsay Lowe, and Cheyanne Lowe; two brothers, Richard W. Lowe and Robert Lowe; and a sister, Joan C. Smith. 

Friends may call at the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 from 9:00 – 11:00 AM, with Funeral Services following at 11:00 AM. The Rev. David Brelo will officiate. Burial will be in Parker Hill Cemetery, Sunderlinville, PA. 

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family. Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com.

Mediterranean Cuisine Comes to PA

Have you been eager to eat the Mediterranean way, but are not sure where to start? Penn State Extension’s “Mediterranean Cuisine Comes to You” program will involve you in designing and putting the Mediterranean lifestyle into practice in your own life. You will apply the Mediterranean food and health principles to design your own healthy lifestyle, based on Pennsylvania foods.

Classes are offered weekly for FOUR weeks. Each class offers:

• Food demonstrations or hands-on food preparation with recipes provided

• Class lesson on the Mediterranean Lifestyle

• Useful cooking tips

• Tasting different types of Mediterranean foods, i.e. olive oil, cheeses, vegetables and seasonings

• Discussions among class participants to share ideas and meet local food producers

• Learn new tasty greens and vegetable preparations and health research

• Learning about locally produced wines and cheeses and how they fit into the Mediterranean style diet

Classes begin at 6:00 PM and will be held on Wednesday evenings, April 4, 11, 25 and May 2 at the Potter Extension Office, 7 Water St., Coudersport, PA 16915.

The registration fee is $80 for all four classes and includes recipes, handouts, and food tastings. Register by calling 274-8540 x100. For more information about the Mediterranean Cuisine Comes to You program, contact Extension Educator Robin Kuleck at rkuleck@psu.edu or 1-814-486-9359.

Church welcomes public to special Palm Sunday service

Coudersport’s First United Presbyterian Church, the first established church in the county seat, is planning a special Palm Sunday worship service at 11 am on March 25 and inviting the community to participate.

Rev. Carl Greene, interim worship/pastoral care minister, has organized the “Renewal: Walking with Jesus” service as an extension of the church’s ministry. A fellowship luncheon will follow at noon.
“Each one of us has demands -- meeting deadlines at work, getting kids to sports practice, earning enough money to pay the bills, meeting everyone’s expectations,” Rev. Greene said. “We end up asking, 'Isn't there more to life than this?' The Easter season is time for us to really experience Jesus, and walk with him. It’s an opportunity to know God and get a glimpse of what the answer to that question can be.”

First Presbyterian Church has a decades-long tradition of service and support of missions, both at home and abroad. What began as a congregation of eight in 1832 peaked at more than 250 in the early 1960s.

Members of the Presbyterian congregation have been active for decades in many community organizations. During the years following World War II, local Presbyterians launched a dedicated ministry to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of hundreds of migrant farm workers who were housed in crude camps around the area.

The church takes pride in its chimes which sound throughout the valley of Coudersport at scheduled intervals and during special occasions. Numerous community and civic organizations hold their meetings at the church.

Rev. Greene, who also serves the Hebron Seventh Day Baptist Church, shares the pulpit with Rev. Lee Beckes, a retired Presbyterian pastor from Bradford who is also moderator of the church’s governing board.

The current church building was built at the corner of North Main and Fourth streets in 1902. Services are held each Sunday at 11 am. Bible study classes are also offered.

Penn State Extension hosting a Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop


PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued

PA Gas Drilling Permit Issued in Gamble Twp Township

Gas permit issued on 2018-03-12 00:00:00 to INFLECTION ENERGY (PA) LLC for site STUNNER SMITH 4H in Gamble Twp township, Lycoming county
Tags: PADEP, frack, permit, drilling, Gas

Actors stole wood from Ulysses Property


PSP Coudersport investigating a Rape allegation in Bingham Township


Dorothy J. Winkelman, 92, of Germania, PA

Dorothy J. Winkelman

Dorothy J. Winkelman, 92, of Germania, PA, passed away on Thursday, March 15, 2018 at The Green Home, Wellsboro, PA. 

Born April 7, 1925, in Germania, she was a daughter of the late Fred and Elizabeth (Roth) Winkelman. Dorothy was a member of the Lutheran Faith and a 1943 Graduate of the Galeton High School. She worked at the Germania General Store for over 30 years and greatly enjoyed sewing, cooking and flowers. 

Surviving are a sister, Marie Cass, Seneca, SC; several nieces and nephews; and special friend, Russell Keith, Germania. 

In addition to her parents, Dorothy was predeceased by four brothers, Fred, Jr., Jacob, Ernest, and John; and a sister, Betty. 

A graveside service will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Hess Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Galeton.

Register Now for Women's Handgun Training on Saturday, May 26

Handgun training for women only is being offered on Saturday, May 26 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club at 4646 Route 287 in Delmar Township, three miles south of Wellsboro.

The eight-hour National Rifle Association Basic Pistol Course is limited to eight women, 18 years of age and older. Each participant who has a pistol of her own needs to bring it plus 100 rounds of ammunition to use during training. A .22 caliber handgun will be provided for anyone who does not own her own pistol but the participant will need to bring 100 rounds of .22 LR ammunition to shoot it.

Each woman taking the course must wear eye and ear protection; it will be provided for those who do not have their own.

Participants should dress for the weather. Recommended are long pants and a lightweight long-sleeved shirt. For safety reasons, opened-toed shoes and halters, tank tops and short sleeved shirts are not recommended.

Lunch, soda and water will be provided. Participants can bring snacks.

When registering, a woman is asked to list her name, address, email address, phone number, date of birth and her NRA number if she is an NRA member. A woman does not have to be an NRA member to take the course.

Each participant must pay the $50 fee by check or money order when mailing in her registration information. The check or money order should be made out to “Marilyn Jones” and mailed to Lead Instructor Marilyn Jones, 1155 Old State Road, Covington, PA 16917. Those with questions are welcome to call Jones at (570) 549-2794 or email her at jones_mk@yahoo.com.

Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center Exhibits to Close on March 25

On display at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center at 134 Main Street in Wellsboro is the impressive and thoughtful “Fifty-two: Small Paintings from the Edge of the Woods,” an exhibit of 52 12-inch square oil paintings by H. M. Levan each displayed with a poem in the Main Gallery.

In the Atrium Gallery is a fun exhibit of one-of-a-kind clay and marble sculptures completed by 13 students in Mansfield University sculpture classes. Pictured is one of Levan's paintings of a rose-breasted grosbeak and the poem that accompanies it. 

Both exhibits will be open from 2 to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays through Fridays and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, now through Sunday, March 25. 

For more information, call 570-439-9388 or email gmeinerartscenter@gmail.com.

Ickes and Hensley to Perform March 24

Trey Hensley (left) and Rob Ickes will perform on Saturday, March 24.
The Wellsboro Community Concert Association will present Grammy-nominated artists, dobro player Rob Ickes and acoustic/electric guitarist and singer Trey Hensley performing a mix of blues, traditional bluegrass and country, jazz and original songs at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 24 in the Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro.

These two artists are at the top of their game.Ickes is a longtime, well-established instrumental giant. He played bluegrass with his much-decorated band Blue Highway for more than 21 years during which time he was named IBMA Bluegrass Dobro Player of the Year 15 times.

Hensley is bursting with talent, both as a singer and guitarist. Ickes first met Hensley in passing when Hensley was only 11 years old and performing with Marty Stuart and Earl Scruggs. It was his singing on what was meant to be a scratch vocal on a Blue Highway album that brought Hensley to Ickes' attention.

In 2015, the duo decided to join forces. Their first album, "Before the Sun Goes Down" was nominated for a Grammy award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2016. They released their second album "The Country Blues" in July 2016. They have toured the United States and the European continent multiple times as well as England, Ireland and Australia.

Their excitement at playing together continues unabated; as their enthusiasm charges the creativity of their collaboration on a nightly basis making their audiences the big winners.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for students and children. To reserve seats, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220. For more information visit wellsborocca.org.

Donna The Buffalo is Headliner at Hickory Fest

Donna the Buffalo includes (from left) Kyle Spark, Mark Raudabaugh, Tara Nevins, Jeb Puryear and David McCraken.
Headlining Hickory Fest 2018 is Donna the Buffalo, a nationally known band based in Trumansburg, New York. This band will be among 18 bands and soloists from across the country performing Aug. 17 through 19 on the outdoor stage at the 90-acre Stony Fork Creek Campground, near Wellsboro in the heart of Pennsylvania Grand Canyon country.

Touring since 1989, Donna the Buffalo's feel-good, groove-oriented danceable and often socially conscious music has roots in old-time fidde tunes. The band's music has evolved into a soulful electric American mix infused with elements of cajun-zydeco, folk-rock, reggae and bluegrass.

Founding members of Donna the Buffalo are Jeb Puryear on guitar and pedal steel and Tara Nevins on guitar, fiddle, accordion and scrubboard. Puryear writes and sings half of the band's music and Nevins writes and sings the other half. Other members of the band are: David McCracken on keyboards, Kyle Spark on bass guitar and Mark Raudabaugh on drums. McCracken joined the band in March 2008; Spark in February 2010 and Raudabaugh in mid-2011.

Music on the outdoor stage will begin at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 17 and continue through 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19, rain or shine.

On Saturday will be the presentation of the third Sue Cunningham Music Scholarship and a performance by the winner, free music and songwriting workshops and the supervised Kids Zone with free crafts and games for youngsters.

On Sunday, the Second Annual Sue Cunningham Youth Fiddle Contest will begin with the preliminary round at 10 a.m. for youth in the 5-9, 10-14 and 15-18 age divisions. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three winners in each age group. To fill out an application and for contest details, visit www.hickoryfest.com.

The gates will open at 10 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17 and 18 and at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19. There will be food and craft vendors and the Hickory Fest merchandise booth selling Hickory Fest T-shirts and CDs by the performing bands and soloists all three days.

This fun-filled weekend of acoustic and roots music is being held to benefit the Sue Cunningham Memorial Music Scholarship at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida and the American Cancer Society through the Relay For Life Of Tioga County. Since 2011, Hickory Fest has contributed thousands of dollars to Relay For Life to help fund research. Cunningham, who played bluegrass around the world, passed away from cancer on Sept. 3, 2015. She was 57.

A Pittsburgh native, Cunningham was a classically trained violinist and played in the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra. She was a world class fiddle player who performed with the Who's Who of bluegrass greats some of whom will be performing at this year's Hickory Fest in her honor.

With early bird pricing, admission to Hickory Fest for all three days is $60 now through March 31. The price will increase to $70 on April 1 through May 31 and to $80 on June 1. Children 12 and under are admitted free. A weekend pass can be purchased online at www.hickoryfest.com. Single day tickets will be available at a later date.

Camping is not included in the admission price. For information, call Stony Fork Creek Campground at 570-724-3096 or email stonyforkcreekcamp@gmail.com.

Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce Brochure Swap and Mixer is March 22

The 11th Annual Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce Member Mixer and Brochure Swap is next week on Thursday, March 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theater at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. The event is free and open to the public.

Wellsboro Borough Manager Scot Boyce 
will be the featured speaker at the March 22 
Wellsboro Chamber Mixer and Brochure Swap.
“The Mixer gives local business owners and the public an opportunity to participate in the live and silent auctions, enjoy refreshments, pick up brochures and other information about events being held in the area and to learn more about the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce and its members," said Charlie Messina, chairman of the Chamber’s Tourism Committee.

"The mixer also gives chamber members an opportunity to network and learn more about each other and how our business community can grow," Messina said.

Wellsboro Borough Manager Scot Boyce will be the featured speaker. He will give a brief talk about upcoming summer road, bridge and park and recreation projects. Born and raised in Wellsboro, Boyce is a Wellsboro Area High School graduate. He earned a degree in geography and environmental science from Mansfield University in 2001. For five years; he worked as a consulting sewage enforcement officer in the Poconos and for six years was employed by the Charleston Township office of Hanover Engineering doing survey and wetlands work, environmental testing and pipeline construction inspection. In April 2017, Boyce was named Wellsboro borough manager.

Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce 
Executive Director Julie VanNess is shown 
with items donated for the March 22 Chamber 
Mixer and Brochure Swap “live” and "silent" auctions
Among the silent auction items and those being auctioned off “live” at various times during the event is a collectible four-inch tree carved by Bucky Green from a branch that fell from Wellsboro's historic elm, exclusive to the chamber and not available anywhere else; "After The Rain," a photograph taken and framed by Bruce Dart; a bear carved by chainsaw artist Gary Hilfiger; two books from the "Totally Ninja Raccoons" series written by Kevin Coolidge, owner of From My Shelf Books & Gifts; a 60-minute signature massage by Emerge Healing Arts & Spa; a Broad Acres care package; Pennsylvania Grand Canyon coasters; olive oil and seasonings; a four-foot LED shop light; and a unique planting pot.

Proceeds from the auctions will benefit the chamber-sponsored Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival Family Day and Children’s Health Fair. The Saturday, June 9 event is free and will provide healthy activities and information for children and their parents.

Chamber and community members who are contributing items to the auctions are asked to contact Julie VanNess, chamber executive director, on or before this Friday, March 16, by calling 570-724-1926 or emailing her at JulieV@wellsboropa.com.

For information about the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce or the Chamber Mixer and Brochure Swap, call 570-724-1926 or visit www.wellsboropa.com.

Emporium Alliance Church Ladies Conference Set For March 24th From 9 to Noon

Donate Blood Monday At UPMC Cole IMAC or Tuesday At Austin High School Gymnasium


James Young Can Help You Save On Insurance, Call Today For a Free Quote

"New Moon Power Equipment" Is Open For Business In Ulysses, PA

North Central PA's Largest Selection Of Surplus Doors Now Open In Galeton, PA

Sons Of Dunn Family Farm Invites You To Visit Our Sugar Shack On Maple Weekend

All You Can Eat Pancakes At Brydonson's Maple Farm Saturday & Sunday From 8:00 AM To 4:00 PM

Rev Hoopes Trucking Is Hiring Experienced Mechanics & Greasers

Join Us For Breakfast Saturday & Sundays At Hamilton's Pancake House In Ulysses

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Potter County Housing Authority Accepting Applications For Apartment Complexes

Potter County Housing Authority Accepting Applications For Ulysses Family Townhouses

Crooked Creek Campground Opens April 1 Along Pine Creek

https://www.facebook.com/Crooked-Creek-Campground-219353908573342/

McKean County Seeking Applicants For Director of Finance Position

Registered Nurse & Licensed Practical Nurse Positions Available Now In Westfield, Osceola, Troy & Towanda

Soup Luncheon Noon to 3 PM Saturday At Roulette Fire Hall Benefits Parks & Recreation

Friday, March 16, 2018

Gospel Tabernacle Invites Everyone To Easter Egg Brunch & Egg Hunt Today At 11 AM


Little Valley Man Arrested On Felony Rape Charge In Cuba, NY

Cuba Police Department
Yesterday at 3:32pm ·

*** Press Release ***

On March 15, 2018 at approximately 1:00pm Cuba Police arrested Richard Baek (27) of Little Valley, New York. Baek was arrested and charged with Rape 3rd (Felony). Baek was processed and released to appear at a later date. Baek is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Troopers File DUI Charges After Traffic Stop


Cameron County Ambulance Service Seeking Part Time Office Clerk


2018 Potter County Fair Button Selected


Book Signing Sunday At the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum


Tractor Trailer Rollover Closes Rt. 59 Friday Afternoon



Lafayette Twp. Vol. Fire/Rescue Department added 3 new photos.

Bradford Dispatched For Oven Fire On Oxford Street

At 7:43 PM on Friday, Bradford Fire Dept. has been dispatched to an oven fire in a residence at 81 Oxford Street in the city.
Caller believes the fire in spilled grease is out.

Local Law Enforcement to Participate in Aggressive-Driving Enforcement Initiative 03/16/2018

​Montoursville, PA- The Pennsylvania State Police will join over 235 municipal agencies to conduct the second targeted aggressive driving enforcement wave from March 19 to April 29, 2018.
As part of the Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Project, the second wave will aim to reduce the number of aggressive driving related crashes, injuries and deaths on roadways throughout the State. Any aggressive driver stopped by police will receive a citation.

Participating municipal departments in the area include Bloomsburg, Hemlock Township, Locust Township, Scott Township and South Centre Township in Columbia County; Tiadaghton Valley Regional, Old Lycoming Township, and Williamsport in Lycoming County; Coal Township, Mount Carmel Township and Sunbury in Northumberland County and Shamokin Dam in Snyder County.

The enforcement wave will focus on speeding, work zones safety violations and keeping right-passing left. Motorists exhibiting other unsafe behaviors such as driving too fast for conditions, following too closely, or other aggressive actions will also be cited.

Municipal police agencies that participated in last year’s campaign wrote 44,610 aggressive-driving related citations, including 27,017 for speeding. Failing to stop for red lights and stop signs resulted in 2,493 citations.

Additionally, the enforcement accounted for 33 felony arrests, 94 fugitives apprehended, 137 impaired driving arrests and 1,203 occupant protection citations.

The aggressive driving enforcement is a part of the Pennsylvania Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Project and is funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Please visit penndot.gov/safety for more information.

First Citizens Hosts 6th Annual Ag Forum

MANSFIELD, PA (March 2018) –Farm diversity was the theme of First Citizens 6th annual Ag forums this year. Over the course of two days, guest speakers spoke to 150 farmers about expansion, diversification, project planning, permits and watershed ordinances, grain trends and the egg embryo industry.

Because First Citizens serves customers in 10 counties across Pennsylvania, they held two forums again this year to geographically accommodate farmers and other individuals of agribusiness. The first was held in East Earl, Lancaster County, and the second in Troy, Bradford County. The main speaker, Richard Cole, presented information related to grain and its use as a secondary income for farmers in the dairy, swine and poultry business. Cole, who has a degree in Agricultural Economics from Penn State University, is the Director of Grain Origination for Perdue Agribusiness in Bainbridge, Lancaster County. Prior to joining Perdue, he spent 20 years with the PACMA Division of the Pennsylvania Farm Association.

Also in attendance were several additional guest speakers. In East Earl, Jeff Ainslie, a consultant at Red Barn Consulting, spoke of existing animal agriculture compliance. Next, Chris Pierce, owner of Heritage Poultry Management Services, Inc., presented information on the current egg market and poultry industry. Pierce is a member of the First Citizens Ag Advisory Board. In Troy, guest speaker Robert Kreider, owner of Embrovac, LLC, spoke about his company’s transition to the embryo vaccine market. Kreider is a member of the bank’s Ag Advisory Board. Peter Hughes, owner of Red Barn Consulting, spoke to the audience about managing permits and water shed ordinances.

At the Troy event, Mark Hamilton, current Tioga County Commissioner and Doug McClinko, Bradford County Commissioner, were in attendance. Clint Owlett, who is running for the PA Representative Position, was also present at the forum.

First Citizens Community Bank is headquartered in Mansfield, Pennsylvania. They currently operate 28 offices throughout Tioga, Bradford, Potter, Clinton, Union, Centre, Lebanon, Lancaster, Schuylkill and Berks counties in Pennsylvania and Allegany County New York. For more information about First Citizens, visit FirstCitizensBank.com, or find them on Facebook.

RECALLS

SMI Holdings, Inc Recalls Beef Products Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination
SMI Holdings, Inc., doing business as Stampede Meat, Inc., a Bridgeview, Ill. establishment, is recalling approximately 484,800 pounds of beef products that may be contaminated with Salmonella.

Bayer Issues Voluntary Recall of Alka-Seltzer Plus® Products
Bayer is voluntarily recalling Alka-Seltzer Plus® packages that:

Were sold only in the U.S. at Walmart, CVS, Walgreens and Kroger (including Dillons Food Stores, Fred Meyer, Fry’s Food Stores, Ralphs, King Soopers and Smith’s Food and Drug) after February 9, 2018.
Can be identified by checking the Bayer logo located on the lower left corner of the front of the carton. If the logo has an orange or green background, the product is included in the recall (please see attached photos).

The affected packages are being recalled because the ingredients on the front sticker may not match the actual product in the carton.

The ingredients listed on the front sticker of the carton may potentially be different from the ingredients listed on the back of the carton. This may lead consumers to ingest a product to which they may have an allergy or anaphylactic reaction, an ingredient which may be contraindicated for their medical condition or they intend to otherwise avoid. There may be potential for serious health consequences.

Emporium Alliance Church Ladies Conference Set For March 24th From 9 to Noon

4-H Alumni- Grow True Leaders

Only 1 in 3 Kids Have the Skills They Need to Thrive
That’s why we’re asking you, and the millions of 4 H alumni across the nation to Raise Your Hand and Pay It Forward to empower the next generation of True Leaders.

Joining is easy:
Visit https://4-h.org/4-h-alumni-community/ and complete the online form to become a registered alumni member.

4 H Grown
We’re still the same 4 H that taught you responsibility, compassion and the value of hard work, but just like you, we’ve grown a lot over the years. We’d love to catch you up on what’s new and stay in touch about all of the benefits of being an alum:
• Quarterly alumni newsletter to keep you in the know
• Local program updates from your current and club states
• Special alumni and parent content
• Ways to get involved
• Networking opportunities
• 4 H alumni gear
• National 4 H Conference Center discounts

Empower Kids to be Leaders Today
Every child has the potential to be a true leader. However, kids today say they are missing experiences that grow the life skills they need – like confidence, responsibility, independence and compassion. It is a serious problem now that will lead to a severe leadership void in the years to come – impacting communities across America, and nearly every industry and sector.

Why Alumni?
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Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Route 59 in McKean County is closed

Route 59 in McKean County is closed in both directions from the intersection of Route 770 to the intersection of Route 219. Traffic is being detoured to Routes 770 & 219 as the closure is expected to last until early evening.

Genesee Township, Potter County, Special Meeting Notice