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Saturday, April 28, 2018

RECALL

Pinnacle Foods Inc. Recalls Beef Products Due to Possible Processing Deviation

Pinnacle Foods Inc., a Fort Madison, Iowa establishment, is recalling approximately 32,479 pounds of heat-treated, shelf stable beef products due to a possible processing deviation that may have led to staphylococcal enterotoxin and clostridial toxin contamination.

Veggie Mobile Fund established at CRCF

The Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation has supported the Veggie Mobile program since its early days, and that support will become more permanent with the Veggie Mobile Fund, an endowment recently established at the Foundation.
The Veggie Mobile program began in 2015 to provide healthy food options in the form of fresh, local vegetables and produce to low-income individuals and families in Cattaraugus County who face diet-related health problems such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes at very high rates.

The program, launched as an initiative through the Cattaraugus County Health Department, has had a noticeable impact, according to Athena Godet-Calogeras, the program’s director.

More than 60 percent of individuals receiving deliveries from local farms and dietary education from the Veggie Mobile have reported weight loss.

One woman lost 70 pounds after Veggie Mobile resources and education inspired a dramatic dietary change.

But the need continues for low-income families in Cattaraugus County, Godet-Calogeras expressed.

“There is a continuing need in our county to address the problem of poor nutrition and the health conditions, like diabetes, hypertension, and obesity that result,” she said.

“The Veggie Mobile Fund at CRCF offers us a firm foundation to provide the ongoing support that we need as we continue to search out and serve low-income people today and in the future,” Godet-Calogeras continued.

The fund will also allow the public to support the project with tax-deductible contributions, she said. The fund has already received a $5,000 donation from a supporter.

The “Slow Ride” bike ride on May 6 will also raise funds for the Veggie Mobile project. The event, beginning and ending at JCC Olean Campus, is for everyone, biking enthusiast or not. The registration form is available at cattfoundation.org.

CRCF’s board of directors first supported the program with grants in 2016 and 2017 to ensure that the program could expand its services into more low-income housing facilities in Olean and Salamanca.

“The Community Foundation has been both moral encouragement and a financial vitamin boost for the Veggie Mobile,” said Godet-Calogeras. “The Veggie Mobile works to counter [the county’s poor health conditions] by providing fresh, naturally grown vegetables. We couldn’t do it without funding from the CRCF as well as our other funders.”

“The Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation has been without question one of the biggest supporters of this initiative since its inception,” said Dr. Kevin Watkins, Cattaraugus County public health director. “And because of its continued support, the program continues to be a success each year.”

With the continued support of CRCF and sustainable, consistent funding made possible by the Veggie Mobile Fund, Godet-Calogeras said that the program can pursue new goals

“We would like to reach out to more remote, but needy, areas in our county,” she said. “That would be greatly facilitated with a real, fully equipped Veggie Van that could be driven to those areas with produce and the possibility of demonstrations, etc.”

This partnership with the Veggie Mobile fulfills the Foundation’s mission and desire to respond to the health issues impacting Cattaraugus County, said CRCF Executive Director Karen Niemic Buchheit.

“This fund will help ensure that the Veggie Mobile program and its important services are here to stay,” said Buchheit. “Cattaraugus County is ranked among the very worst in overall state health rankings, and one of the main factors is accessibility and lack of resources.

“The Veggie Mobile is responsive to that and actively engaged in closing the accessibility gap for the underprivileged, elderly and handicapped,” she continued. “Our organization wants to be a player in facilitating that change, and working with the Veggie Mobile is another step in that.”

Donations can be made to the Veggie Mobile Fund at CRCF, 301 North Union St., Suite 203, or online at cattfoundation.org.

Established in 1994, the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation is growing good by connecting donors to the causes they care about most in the region. Grants from the foundation support many areas, including education, scholarships, health care, the arts, community development, human service, and youth development. To learn more, call (716) 301-CRCF (2723), email foundation@cattfoundation.org, or visit online at www.cattfoundation.org. CRCF is also on Facebook (facebook.com/cattfoundation) and Twitter (@CattFoundation).

CITIZENS FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. REPORTS UNAUDITED FIRST QUARTER 2018 FINANCIAL RESULTS


Citizens Financial Services, Inc. (OTC Pink: CZFS), parent company of First Citizens Community Bank, released today its unaudited consolidated financial results for the three months ended March 31, 2018.
 

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Redmond's Pulled Pork BarBeQue is Still Going On At The Burtville Bridge; Desserts Still Available Too


no Injuries in a rear end crash on Route 155



Willing Dispatched For Land Rescue Of 8 Year Old Stuck In A Tree

At 2:40 PM on Saturday, Willing Fire Dept. & Wellsville Ambulance have been dispatched to 1865 State Route 19 for a land rescue of an 8 year old stuck in a tree about 30 feet in the air.

Wellsboro Dispatched To Dryer Fire On Rt. 287

At 2;35 PM on Saturday, Wellsboro Fire Department has been dispatched to the Cooper residence at 9857 Rt. 287 for a dryer fire.
2:38 PM--RECALLED by Chief 11. Fire is out.

Louise A. Youngs, 79, of Ceres, N.Y.

Louise A. Youngs
“beloved wife, mother and grandmother”

CERES, N.Y.---Louise A. Youngs, 79, of Ceres, N.Y., passed away on Friday, April 27, 2018, in Wellsville Manor, Wellsville, after a long illness.

Born on March 12, 1939 in Norfolk, Virginia, she was a daughter of Chester L. and Louise B. Consolva Phelps. On April 4, 1956 in South Carolina, she married Clyde K. Youngs, who passed away on May 8, 2015.

Louise attended school in Great Bridge, Virginia. She was employed at the Portville Liquor Store and babysat in her home for several area families.

Louise was a volunteer at the Bolivar Central School in the reading program. She was a former member of the Portville Kiwanis Club and a member of the Ceres Card Club. In the 1960’s, Louise was a Cub Scout leader in Portville. She was an avid reader and enjoyed doing crafts.

Surviving are four sons, Clyde K. (Laurie) Youngs, Jr. of Ceres, Willie (Michele) Youngs of Portville, Charles R. “Bobby” (Debbie) Youngs of Portville, and David W. (KiKi) Youngs of Allegany; eleven grandchildren, Brandon, Heather, Kyle, Cody, Nicholas, Allyson, Jordanne, Michael and Sarah Youngs and Amber and Jonathan Glover; nine great-grandchildren; two brothers, the Rev. Chester Lee (Margaret) Phelps and William Phelps, both of Richmond, Virginia; a sister, Beverly (James) Fraser of Woodbridge, Virginia; and several nieces and nephews.

Louise was predeceased by her parents and husband.

Friends may call from 10am to noon on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, 118 South Union Street, Shinglehouse, Pa., where funeral services will follow at noon with Pastor Ben Ramirez of the Faith Bible Church, Little Genesee, officiating. Burial will be in Bowler Memorial Cemetery, Little Genesee.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.
Louise’s family has entrusted her care to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Louise, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com

PA Drilling Permit Violation Issued

PA Permit Violation Issued to Rockdale Marcellus Llc in McNett Twp, Lycoming County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2018-04-25 to Rockdale Marcellus Llc in McNett Twp, Lycoming county. CSL 402(b) - POTENTIAL POLLUTION - Conducting an activity regulated by a permit issued pursuant to Section 402 of The Clean Streams Law to prevent the potential of pollution to waters of the Commonwealth without a permit or contrary to a permit issued ..
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PA Permit Violation Issued to Allegheny Natural Resources Inc in Rose Twp, Jefferson County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2018-04-27 to Allegheny Natural Resources Inc in Rose Twp, Jefferson county. 78.73(c) - GENERAL PROVISION FOR WELL CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION - Operator failed to prevent excessive surface shut-in pressure and surface producing back pressure inside the surface casing or coal protective casing after a well has been completed, re..
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PA Permit Violation Issued to Allegheny Natural Resources Inc in Rose Twp, Jefferson County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2018-04-27 to Allegheny Natural Resources Inc in Rose Twp, Jefferson county. 78.88_(d) - OPERATING WELLS - MECHANICAL INTEGRITY OF OPERATING WELLS - Operator failed to immediately notify the Department and follow required hierarchy for corrective actions to mitigate excess pressure on the surface casing seat or coal protective ..
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PA Permit Violation Issued to Allegheny Natural Resources Inc in Rose Twp, Jefferson County

Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2018-04-27 to Allegheny Natural Resources Inc in Rose Twp, Jefferson county. 78.86 - CASING AND CEMENTING - DEFECTIVE CASING OR CEMENTING - Operator failed to report defect in a well that has defective, insufficient or improperly cemented casing to the Department within 24 hours of discovery. Operator failed to correct defect ..
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Roulette Ambulance To Burleson Avenue

At 11:02 AM on Saturday, Roulette Ambulance has been dispatched to Burleson Avenue for an unresponsive male.

Kelly Elizabeth Cooney, 45, of 885 Old Cryder Road, Whitesville, NY

Kelly Elizabeth Cooney

Kelly Elizabeth Cooney, 45, of 885 Old Cryder Road, Whitesville, NY,  passed away on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, PA. She was born on January 19, 1973 in Wellsville, the daughter of James Patrick and Charlotte Isabelle (Coleman) Cooney.

Kelly was a 1991 graduate of Whitesville Central School. She was employed at Allegany Arc in Wellsville for 20 years. She enjoyed being a member of the Secret Pal Club for many years and loved Golden Retrievers.

She is survived by her father of Genesee and Wellsville, her mother of Whitesville, three brothers, Ronald (Candy) Cooney of Ulysses, John (Mary) Cooney of Manorville, NY, and Dennis (Alison) Cooney of Fullerton, CA, two sisters, Peggy Cooney of Syracuse, and Patricia Cooney of Belmont, as well as several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and her Golden Retriever and best pal, Maggie.

Friends are invited to call on Sunday, April 29, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at the J. W. Embser Sons Funeral Home Inc., 34 W. State Street in Wellsville. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, April 30, at 11:00 am at Sacred Heart Church in Genesee, PA, with Rev. Joseph Dougherty as celebrant. Burial will be in Whitesville Rural Cemetery. 

Please consider memorial donations to the Independence Emergency Squad. To leave online condolences, please visit www.embserfuneralhome.com.

Wellsboro, Middlebury Dispatched To Rollover Crash

At 12:55 AM on Saturday, Wellsboro & Middlebury dispatched to Baldwin Run Road for a rollover crash with 3 occupants. Unknown injury.

Coudersport Ambulance To Rt. 6 West

At 12:56 AM on Saturday, Coudersport Ambulance to Rt. 6 West for medical emergency.

S.W. Smith Memorial Public Library Seeking Part-Time Circulation Desk Staff


Gleason's Service Center Now Offering PA State Inspection & Affordable Used Cars & Trucks.


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Dickinson Center, Inc. Holding Open Interviews for Direct Care Workers on Wednesday, May 2nd in Coudersport

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RN's, LPN's & CNA's Needed By PSA Healthcare in Bradford, Kane, Lewis Run, Mt. Jewett, Rew, St. Marys, Warren & Wellsboro

Husqvarna Lawn Tractors Are Ready To Go At Howard's Inc. In Coudersport Pa

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Redmond's Pork Barbeque Saturday At The Burtville Bridge on Kim Hill Road in Roulette Township

Consignments Welcome For Carter's Spring Consignment Auction on Saturday, May 19th

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West End Trail Blazers Chicken BBQ Saturday, April 28th Just Off Rt. 6 in Roulette

Dietary Position Opening At Sweden Valley Manor In Coudersport

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Hellier Farm Equipment Auction Saturday, April 28th in Allegany, NY

Check Out Our Saturday Sweat Sessions At The Coudersport Wellness Center May Through July!

Friday, April 27, 2018

Causer to Host Veterans Service Representatives

BRADFORD – In an effort to ensure area veterans receive the services and support they need, Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is hosting veterans service representatives at his area offices during the month of May.

Dan Falls of the American Legion will be at the Coudersport office, 107 S. Main St., on Thursday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Appointments should be made by calling the office at 814-274-9769.

Melissa Davis of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) will be at the Kane office, 55 Fraley St., on Monday, May 7, from 1:30-3 p.m. No appointments are necessary. Service hours at the Bradford office are canceled this month due to scheduling issues.

The representatives will offer veterans assistance with issues such as compensation, education, pension, health care and death benefits. Veterans need not be a member of either organization to take advantage of the services.

For more information, visit www.RepCauser.com.

A. Brad Schwartz to Attend Eliot Ness Fest!

We’re pleased to have confirmation that writer A. Brad Schwartz will be a busy participant in the in-augural “Eliot Ness Fest: Touched by the Untouch-able.” He’ll be joined by Rebecca McFarland, Cleveland historian, in presenting a film feature, “The 14th Victim,” at the Coudersport Theatre on Friday night of the festival. 

The film details Eliot Ness’s role in the desperate search for a serial killer who claimed more than a dozen victims in Cleveland. The story has many twists and turns. 

Then, on Sunday afternoon, Brad will be joined on a panel by Scott Leeson Sroka, Assistant U.S. Attorney from Washington. D.C., and grandson of a real “Untouchable,” Joe Leeson; and Paul W. Heimel, local writer and author of the upcoming book, “Behind the Badge: The Untold Story of Eliot Ness.” They’ll talk about the life and career of Eliot Ness and introduce you to people who knew him (and they’re promising a surprise guest whose identity remains a secret). 

Brad has been busy preparing for the release of the much-awaited book, “Scarface and the Untouchable: Al Capone, Eliot Ness, and the Battle for Chicago,” which he co-wrote with Max Allan Collins. He’ll have a lot to share!


Celebrating Ness on his Birthday
Eliot Ness would have celebrated his 115th birthday on April 19th. Ness was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1903, the young-est of six children, to Peter Ness and Emma (King) Ness, both Norwegian immigrants.

Our gift to Eliot is a festival that celebrates the man, not the myth, and a life dedicated to effective and honest law enforce-ment, public safety and public service.

Eliot Ness Fest: Touched by the Untouchable will be held in Downtown Coudersport July 20-22, 2018. Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/eltiotnessfest. Our website is under construc-tion, check back for updates: www.eliotnessfest.com


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We also celebrated Eliot’s birthday, a day late, at our Committee Meeting today.  The cake was wonderful!  (Pictured from left to right: Commissioner Paul W. Heimel (seated), Curt Weinhold, Jennifer Rossman (seated), Paul Herzig). 

Wellsboro Dispatched To Crash On Rt. 6 & Shumway Hill Road

At 9:40 PM on Friday, Wellsboro Fire & Ambulance has been dispatched to Rt. 6 & Shumway Hill Road for a 2 vehicle crash with unknown injury.

Corydon Fire, Bradford EMS Dispatched For Man Injured With Knife In Woods

At 7:40 PM on Friday, EMS has been dispatched from Bradford for a man who has suffered an accidental knife wound on the leg in the woods near Jakes Rocks on Route 59.
8:04 PM--Lafayette & Corydon Units recalled. Incident is near Sheffield. 
8:10 PM--Sheffield is responding with a UTV. Ludlow is preparing to respond. Location is off Forestry Route 259 to Forestry Route 500. Man is attempting to get back to his vehicle. Forestry is responding a representative with maps.
8:20 Ludlow returning as the patient is with Kane Ambulance who is transporting to Warren General

Potter County District Attorney, Andy J. Watson, wishes to advise the public that Saturday, April 28, 2018 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day


Potter County District Attorney, Andy J. Watson, wishes to advise the public that Saturday, April 28, 2018 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Prescription drugs will be collected between 10 am and 2 pm on this date.

National Take-Back Day is a safe, convenient, and responsible way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs.

Last fall’s Take-Back Day event collected a record setting 912,305 pounds of prescription drugs. The Drug Enforcement Administration first launched its Take-Back Day in 2010, and since then has collected more than 9 million pounds of medicine from the public.

Drug Collection Boxes are located at the following locations and these offices will be accepting medications on Saturday, April 28, 2018:

• Coudersport Borough Police Department, 201 South West Street, Coudersport, PA 16915
• Galeton Borough Police Department, 15 West Street, Galeton, PA 16922
• Pennsylvania State Police, Denton Hill Barracks, 3140 East Second Street, Coudersport, PA 16915
• Sweden Township Police @ Roulette Township, 80 Railroad Avenue, Roulette, PA 16746

There will be no questions asked when prescription drugs are dropped off at these locations.
 

Photo 1:
Pictured Left to Right: Chief Curt McClain, Coudersport Borough PD, Matthew Baker, HHS, Regional Director, Region III, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Potter County District Attorney Andy J. Watson.



Photo 2: L to R: Lou Schaub, Coudersport Borough Resident and Potter County District Attorney, Andy J. Watson.

Olean Medic Dispatched For ATV Crash Victim In Franklinville

At 5:58 PM on Friday, Olean 10 Medic was dispatched to assist Franklinville for an unconscious  31 year old male who suffered a head injury in an ATV accident in the parking lot of the Roller Rink.

Hay Township & Sinnemahoning Dispatched For Wildfire

At 5:27 PM on Friday, Jay Township & Sinnemahoning Fire Depts. were dispatched to a wildfire on Champion Road in Benezette. Fire was extinguished.

Wellsboro Fire & Ambulance To Crash on Chelsey Street

At 6:47 PM on Friday, Wellsboro Fire & Ambulance have been dispatched to the area of 421 Chelsey Street for a 2 vehicle crash with unknown injury. Roadway is blocked.
Recalled except for ambulance 1-7.

Marlin Dale “Mud” Moore, 70, a lifelong resident of Coudersport, PA

Marlin D. “Mud” Moore
“beloved husband, father and grandfather”

COUDERSPORT, Pa.---Marlin Dale “Mud” Moore, 70, a lifelong resident of Coudersport, passed away in his home surrounded by his loving family on Friday, April 27, 2018, after a lengthy illness.

Born on June 27, 1947 in Port Allegany, he was a son of Howard E. and Dorothy M. Kelly Moore. On July 28, 2017 in Sinnemahoning, he married June M. Hurler, who survives.

Mud grew up in Sweden Valley and attended a two-room country school through the sixth grade. He was a graduate of Coudersport High School, Class of 1966, where he was a member of the football team. While in high school, Mud worked part time in several gas stations at the same time.

He began working in Rochester, N.Y. for a few years after graduation and then returned to Coudersport working at the former Market Basket in Wellsville, N.Y. as an assistant manager. He then was employed at Worthington Corporation in Wellsville until 1972. He then was employed at the former Pure Carbon Company in Coudersport and later was employed by the Potter County Sheriff’s Department where he was the first Potter County State Certified Corrections officer. 

In 1987, he was appointed Coudersport Borough Manager, a position that he held until retiring in 2013. During the 27 years as manager, Marlin completed many large projects, such as the new water and sewer system and building a new Borough Maintenance facility which when finished was paid for completely. 

He worked hard for many grants to help pay for the projects. Another of his projects was the rebuilding of the Fourth Street Bridge. On Monday, April 23, 2018, Mud was honored with the dedication of the Fourth Street Bridge in his name. At the time of his retirement, the Borough had no debt other than the remaining water and sewer debts. He again then worked for the Potter County Sheriff’s Department from 2014 until July of 2017, retiring due to illness.

Mud was a member of St. Eulalia Catholic Church in Coudersport, a member of Coudersport Knights of Columbus Council 1355, a life member of the Sons of the American Legion Post 192 in Coudersport, a member of the Costello Sportsman’s Club, a life member of the Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department and a life member of the Coudersport Volunteer Ambulance Association. 

He was a board member of the Northern Tier Children’s Home for eight years and was a former member of the Coudersport Borough Council where he served as a trustee for the State Borough’s Association and had served as council vice president for one year and had served as president in 1986. He enjoyed playing golf and was an avid hunter. He very much enjoyed his participation over the years in the Potter Players where he excelled as a soloist. 

Surviving besides his wife are a son, Michael E. (Kathy Orth) Moore of Woodland Park, Colorado; two daughters, Michelle M. (Trevor) Leathers of Austin, Texas and Larae M. (Chad Wilcher) Cornish of Coudersport; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Neil R. (Darla) Moore of Sebastian, Florida and H. Mark (Chris) Moore of Coudersport; a sister, A. Faye (Frederick “Wick”) Furman of Coudersport; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Mud was predeceased by two brothers, Donald Lynn Moore and Gary J. Moore.

Friends may call from 10am to 1pm on Monday, April 30, 2018 in the gathering space of St. Eulalia Catholic Church, Coudersport, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1pm with the Rev. James Campbell, pastor, as celebrant. Burial will be in St. Eulalia Catholic Cemetery, Coudersport.

Members of the Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department and Volunteer Ambulance Association will pay their respects on Monday at the church.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Cole Memorial Home Health and Hospice, 102-108 South Main Street, Coudersport, PA 16915; to the Patterson Cancer Center, 1001 East Second Street, Coudersport, PA 16915; or to the Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department, 171 Port Allegany Road, Coudersport, PA 16915.

Mud’s family has entrusted his care to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.

To express condolences or share a fond memory of Mud, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com

God's Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited 2018 Project Healing Waters Event

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, initiated and conducted by members of the Federation of Fly Fishers and Trout Unlimited, serves military personnel who have been wounded, injured, or disabled to aid their physical and emotional recovery by introducing or rebuilding the skills of fly fishing and fly tying and by using and enjoying these skills on fishing outings and as lifelong recreation. While initially focusing on the military personnel in the Washington, DC area, the Project has expanded nationwide and is offering its services and program to active military personnel and veterans in the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals throughout the country. The Project's program provides basic fly fishing, fly casting and fly tying classes and clinics for the wounded and injured personnel ranging from beginners to those with prior fly fishing and tying experience who are adapting their skills to their new abilities. All activities and services are provided to the participants at no cost. Fly fishing and tying equipment and materials are provided to the participants, including equipment that accommodates their special needs.

The God's Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited will host its eleventh nationally recognized Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing event, in cooperation with the Big Moore's Run Fish and Game Preserve, Tuesday May 22 through Friday May 25. We are proud to dedicate our 2018 event to honor all the Heroes, 1st Responders, and Victims of the 9/11 Tragedy. We are working with the local American Legions and VFWs to invite all local veterans to participate in our disabled veteran guests’ 40 mile motorcycle escort/parade through Potter County. All of our guests receive treatment at New York and Penna. VA Hospitals and sign up for our event through their respective PHWFF programs. While our chapter has enough volunteer members to provide the instruction, equipment and guide services for our 15 disabled veteran guests, we are soliciting donations to offset the cost of food, lodging, fly tying tools and materials. 

A quote from a previous guest best explains what his visit meant:

“What an absolutely wonderful trip. I didn't realize that I was going to God's country with all the special angels to take care of me when I originally said yes to attending. God bless each and every one of you for all the friendship, love, and support you leant; words cannot express how much enjoyment you have given me!

Please join in the enthusiasm we feel and help provide a unique outdoor and healing experience for our wounded war veterans in the peaceful setting of God's Country. If you consider this event worthy of your support, please forward your tax deductible contribution to the God's Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited – Project Healing Waters, Box 702, Coudersport, Pa. 16915. Thank you in advance for your consideration and continued support.

Sincerely,

Peter C. Ryan, DMD
Chapter President

Any local veterans are invited and welcome to ride the ATA bus in the parade/motorcycle escort on Tues. May 22....also any motorcyclist is invited to ride..call David Saulter ..274-9763 ..for details.

PITT-BRADFORD STUDENTS HEADED TO MEDICAL SCHOOL, LAW SCHOOL AND WORKFORCE

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is sending four of its biology graduates off to medical school, while other students will pursue health-related degrees, a variety of advanced degrees or enter the workforce.

Krista Fried of Pittsburgh and Andrew McRandal of New Kensington will both begin their medical studies at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie next fall.

Kisun Peters-Diaz from Salamanca, N.Y., will head to Paris Descartes University in Paris, France, for medical school.

DeVonte Sadler of Coatesville will begin a post-baccalaureate program at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia that will lead to a Master of Science in biomedical studies and acceptance into medical school.

Fellow biology major Tiffany Gardner of Williamsport will pursue her doctor of pharmacy degree at Jefferson College of Pharmacy at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.

In another academic area, three criminal justice graduates have their sights set on legal studies. Jenna Dean of Binghamton, N.Y., will attend law school in the fall, but has yet to choose from the three to which she has been accepted.

Alexander Haefner of Williamsport will attend Widener Commonwealth School of Law in Harrisburg, while DaOndreya Green of McKeesport will begin work toward a Master of Science in legal studies at California University of Pennsylvania.

Some students will pursue graduate degrees related to business. Jasmine McGhee, an accounting major from Lansdowne, will begin a Master of Science in financial services at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.

Aaron VanSickles, a business management major from Coudersport, will pursue a Master of Business Administration at St. Bonaventure University in Allegany, N.Y. Timothy Atkinson, a sport and recreation management major from Carlisle, will pursue a Master of Science in organizational development and leadership at Shippensburg University.

Others will pursue health-related studies. Kaitlyn Williams, an athletic training major from Stewartstown, will begin a Master of Science in sport and physiology at West Chester University.

Mikayla Brinker, a psychology major from Cyclone, will pursue a Master of Science in counseling psychology at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh while working as a direct support professional at Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh.

Mohammed A. Qahtani of Damman, Saudi Arabia, and Joshua McFadden of Fairview will head straight into the workforce with their Associate of Science degrees in petroleum technology. Qahtani will be a lab technician for Saudi Aramco in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, while McFadden will be a quality control technician at American Refining Group in Bradford.

Cody Stephenson of Portersville, who is earning a Bachelor of Science in energy science and technology and associate’s degrees in engineering science and petroleum technology, will be an integrity engineer at Lake Superior Consulting in Sewickley.

Cody McMillen, an environmental studies major from Sugar Grove, will work for the U.S. Forest Service in Irvine.

Others entering the business world are Kate Colella, an accounting and business management major from Bradford who will be an accountant with LabelPack Automation in Bradford; Susan Benton, an accounting and business management major from Warren who will be a staff accountant at Baker, Tilly, Virchow, Krause, LLP in Allentown; and Brian Burke of Bethlehem who will be a management trainee with Sherwin Williams in Allentown.

Matthew Biehl, a computer information systems and technology student from Fairfield, Conn., will work in information security at IPC Systems Inc. in his hometown.

In the world of entertainment, Lanessa Hickman, a history-political science major from Lees Summit, Mo., will be a teacher and assistant director at Coterie Theater in Kansas City, Mo. Sage Messenger, a hospitality management major from Friedens, will be a front desk manager at Seneca Allegany Casino in Salamanca, N.Y.

Those going into health, service or education include Mitchell McEwen, a biology education 7-12 major, who will be a long-term substitute teacher in the Bradford Area School District. Genny Brockel, a broadcast communications major from Allegany, N.Y., will be an enrollment specialist at St. Bonaventure University.

Brittany Zernick, a biology major from Harrisburg, will be a pharmacy technician with Weis Markets Pharmacy. Ethan Acaster, an accounting and business management major from Doylestown, will work in data collection verification at Teva Pharmaceuticals in Horsham.

Several criminal justice majors are going into human services: Jordan Finotti of Erie will be a behavioral specialist at Perseus House in Erie; Brandon Rice of Clarks Mills will work at the George Junior Republic school and youth treatment facility; and Kaitlin Smead of Rew will be a patient-care nursing assistant at the Cleveland Clinic.

Steven McFetridge, an exercise science major from Chambersburg, will be the director of personal training at Gold’s Gym in his hometown.

Victoria Kunselman, a general studies major from Pittsburgh, will be an advanced patient care technician at Magee Women’s Hospital in Pittsburgh.

Several nursing students going to work in their fields are Kelsy Cataldo of Warren at Warren General Hospital, Stephen McNinch of Bradford with Geisinger Medical Center, Chelsey Russell of Port Allegany at UPMC Cole in Coudersport, and Krista Woodford in the emergency room at Penn Highlands DuBois.

Katie Huggler, a psychology major from St. Marys, joined AmeriCorps, a domestic version of the Peace Corps. Shaun Stack, a psychology major from Jacksonville, Fla., will be a shift supervisor for Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems.

House Action for the Week of April 30, 2018

Live web streams of House session and the majority of committee meetings are available at PAHouseGOP.com. Important information and events may also be viewed by visiting Facebook.com/PAHouseGOP.


The Weekly Schedule

Identified by bill number, the sponsors and summaries for bills scheduled to be considered in committee or on the House floor are posted below. More information regarding these bills can be found at PAHouseGOP.com by clicking on the “Research Bills” tab.

Causer to Hold Satellite Office Hours

State Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) or one of his representatives will hold office hours on Thursday, May 3, at the following locations:
Emporium Borough Office – 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Port Allegany Borough Office – 11 a.m. to noon.

Services available include assisting constituents with state-related issues or concerns, assistance with driver license and vehicle registration applications, and help in filling out applications for various state programs, such as the senior citizen Property Tax/Rent Rebate and PACE prescription drug assistance programs.

People who cannot make the satellite sessions may contact Causer’s offices in Bradford at 78 Main St., first floor, telephone 814-362-4400; or Coudersport, 107 S. Main St., Room 1, telephone 814-274-9769; or Kane, 55 Fraley St., telephone 814-837-0880. Information is also available at www.RepCauser.com or on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/RepCauser.

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