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NEWS FCI-McKean seeking volunteer mentors for young inmates

By Kate Day Sager LEWIS RUN — In its 30 years of operation, the Federal Correctional Institution-McKean, has regularly sought volunteers to help with different needs of the inmates. The facility, located south of Bradford, is now appealing to the area community to offer time to volunteer as mentors with young inmates in conjunction with the Doing TIME program. TIME is an acronym for Teach, Integrity, Mentor and Excellence, which represents the guiding principles of the mentoring program. The program can provide opportunities for offenders to interact with a mentor, which can promote growth. Amy DePalma, who is the secretary to Warden Brad Trate, said the program is the result of the First Step Act, a federal act signed into law in late 2018 by President Donald Trump. The act seeks to incentivize prisoners to take part in evidence-based training programs which are specifically targeted at increasing opportunities once they are released. Information provided on the First Step Act

Photo by Kate Day Sager Amy DePalma, warden’s secretary, at left, at the Federal Correctional Institution-McKean, has put out an appeal for volunteer mentors to work with young inmates in conjunction with the Doing TIME program at the facility. Also shown (from left) are Warden Brad Trate (center) and Heidi Baez-Patino, executive assistant and camp administrator. states participation in the program can earn inmates as many as 47 days per year knocked off their sentence. The program aims to ensure that when a prisoner is released, the individual will be more likely to become a productive member of society, as opposed to winding up back in the system. “There’s a lot going on with the First Step Act and it involves inmates

getting rehabilitated and time off,” DePalma explained. “A part of it are the youthful offenders — you would volunteer to mentor these younger inmates.” DePalma said the facility is interested in recruiting individuals, male or female, willing to donate their time to help this part of the prison population. She noted there are currently 23 volunteers who primarily serve as clergy

at the prison. “There are a lot of older people and it would be nice to have somebody come in” and visit with the younger inmates, she remarked. “What (the program) would do is probably set up a class and (the mentors) would come in an hour a weekend, two times a month for approximately six months. “This is an exciting opportunity to interact with

a specific population in a rewarding and meaningful manner,” DePalma added. “Training will be available to all participants and sessions can take place in a variety of formats, including in person, over the phone and through videoconferencing, where available.” DePalma added, “They’re trying to reduce the rate of recidivism … a lot of (the younger inmates) don’t have any-

thing, that’s why they’re where they’re at. There are probably inmates here who have never had any kind of role modeling.” DePalma said there are no age limits for mentors, other than they would have to be 21 and older. “You might have someone who is a female counselor who wants to get involved,” DePalma continued. “Or you might have somebody who works with kids and never even thought of coming into a prison to do something like this.” Also welcomed and encouraged to apply for the program are individuals of different ethnic backgrounds. “In fact we have a lot of Hispanic inmates,” she noted. DePalma said individuals interested in applying for the program, or those who have questions, are asked to contact her at (814)362-8900, ext. 3403. Applicants will then be put in touch with Heidi Baez-Patino, executive assistant and camp administrator. “I am eager to get started and see where this leads,” DePalma concluded.

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Luck of the draw: Roulette resident talks about lottery winnings another $100,000 winner was identified at Crosby’s on South Avenue in Bradford. In addition, Erie resident Leeann Wolfe won a $4 million prize in the New Year’s Day Mega Millions drawing from a ticket purchased at GetGo convenience store on Peach Street in Erie. “I was kind of stunned when I saw the post on Facebook that they had sold a $100,000 ticket Photo provided at Drabee’s Mini Mart Andrew Kulp poses with a giant check from the where I bought mine,” Pennsylvania Lottery. Kulp recalled. “I thought, That’s how Andy Kulp ‘I better go check my By Christine Holtz ticket.’ I went out to my from Roulette, along with car to check my ticket two other Pennsylvania Many people start off and I had won.” residents, are starting off the new year with aspiIf you’re looking for the year after winning rations to lose weight, recommendations on bethe Pennsylvania Lottery. ing the next big winner, be more productive and become more organized, Kulp won $100,000 from Kulp didn’t have much to but what if you could a Powerball ticket he pur- offer, as he said he rarely start it off with a large chased at Drabee’s Mini buys more than one lotsum of cash? tery ticket a year. He did Mart in Roulette, while

however, have one piece of advice: “If you’re going to play it, make sure you do the Power Play. If I hadn’t done the Power Play, I would’ve only got $50,000. The Power Play doubles the amount that you get,” he said. “If they want to win, they have to play. It’s the only way you’re gonna do it.” Due to the fact that he always lets the machine pick his numbers, he has no real strategy when purchasing the tickets. So what’s he going to do with all that extra cash? Kulp said he plans to pay off his car, buy a new computer and invest part of it. “The rest? I don’t know. There’s a possibility of a new double wide trailer,” he said. “I’ve never had money to deal

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retained as consultants, and ERB Inspections will enforce building codes. The Sewage Enforcement Officer for 2020 is Todd Fantaskey. The Otto Township Fire Department will tend to fire and traffic emergencies, while ambulance service will be the responsibility of the City of Bradford. The Otto-Eldred Regional Police Department will continue to serve the township. Claycomb will represent the township on the police board and will be the voting delegate at the state convention. Sharon Schwab was named vacancy board delegate and Otto-Eldred High School employee Jodi Flexman will fill the position of Act 32 voting delegate, with Gardner as the alternate. Rob Stuck will continue to

DUKE CENTER — The Otto Township supervisors held their organizational meeting Monday evening at the office in Duke Center. Local notary Cathy Curtis swore in two new auditors, Beverly Danielson and Terri Borkowski and one new supervisor, Mike Ogilvie, who won the position last election day. He is replacing Eric Barton, who stepped down. Chairman Chris Claycomb and working supervisor Mark Palmer, along with Ogilvie, will be guiding the township through 2020, with Cynthia Gardner as secretary/treasurer. Gardner was also appointed as pension administrator and Open Records officer. E&M Engineering was

chair the park commission and Richard Rivers will head the blight committee. Tim Housler was appointed to a five-year term on the Sanitary Authority board. The regular monthly meeting followed, with the three supervisors, the secretary/treasurer and five residents present. After the perfunctory minutes and treasurer’s report, Claycomb reported that the police force will operate on a 40-hour-per-two-week schedule, meeting the state minimum requirement for funding. It is the hope of the supervisors that the coverage hours will be increased during the year. Marilyn Kahle and Rhonda Beckwith, blight committee members, received a camera and will soon start photographing potential blight violations. The


committee has six properties currently that they will address initially. The objective of the committee is not to punish property owners, but to encourage — and if necessary, enforce — township residents to keep a healthy, safe and maintained yard. All township employees will see a fifty-cent per hour increase in pay; the three supervisors will again be paid one hundred dollars per month, and tax collector David Silvis will retain six percent of real estate and per capita tax. The property at 147 Fullerton Road, was awarded to a high Repository Bid of $4,250.00, with the bidder intending to renovate it for a seasonal residence. A work session for township personnel will be held on Jan. 22 at 6 p.m.

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COUDERSPORT, Pa.---Taylor V. Lewis, 13, of Coudersport, went home to be with his Lord on Sunday, January 12, 2020, after tragically experimenting with a horrible fad of aerosol propellant inhaling.    He was son of Thomas L. and Valerie E. (Gerbec-Lewis) Werstler.        Born on Thursday, November 30, 2006, in Coudersport, to birth parents Vaughn Lewis, and Katherine Thompson of Emporium, Pa.         Funeral services were held on Friday, January 17, 2020, at God’s Country Ministries, 1237 East Second Street, Coudersport.     Memorials in Taylor’s name may be made to the Austin Free Methodist Church,  c/o Pastor Roger Laktash, 44 East Vine Street, Port Allegany, PA 16743.     Taylor’s family entrusted his care to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.      For further information, to express condolences or share a fond memory of Taylor, please visit      Taylor’s family’s prayer is that no other family should ever have to experience this kind of loss. Please talk to your children and grandchildren about the consequences of experimenting with this horrible fad of huffing.

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Local Churches

Children’s Ministry 9:00 - 11:00 am Sunday Worship Service: 10:00 am; Staffed Nursery during Worship Service Youth Group Sundays 6:00 7:30 pm · Sunday Evening Worship at 6:00 pm · Wednesday Prayer / Bible Study at 7:00 pm

CHESTNUT STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 314 Chestnut Street, Port Allegany, Pa. 16743; Phone: 814-642-7071; Pastor Douglas Cameron; 814544-3596; Sunday School: 10am; Sunday Morning Worship Service 11am; Sunday Evening Service 7pm; Wednesday: Bible Study & Prayer Meeting 7pm SMETHPORT CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 201 Pine Street, Smethport, PA; (814) 887-5850 • Pastor Steve Heath; Sunday School 9:30 AM; Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 AM; Sunday Evening Service 6:00 PM; Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting 6:00 PM GRACE BIBLE INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 392 Coons Crossing Rd • Shinglehouse, PA 16748; (814) 697-7257• Pastor Thomas Isaacson; Sun. School 9:30am • Worship 10:45am and 6pm; Grace Teens 7pm Sunday• Wed. Prayer Meeting 7pm; “Jesus And Me” Club K-6 Wed. 7:00pm; Nursery and “Children’s Church” FAITH CHURCH OF CHARITY (Independent Assembly of God) 216 N Main Street, Port Allegany, PA; 814-642-2270 • 814-887-2090 Rev. Deborah Mallery; Sunday Worship 10:00am OVERCOMERS CHURCH OF FAITH Aiken, PA • Co Pastors: Revs Frank & Daunna Hill; 814-465-7776; Sunday School 10:00 am ; Sunday Morning Worship 11:00am; Thursday Bible Study 6:30 pm FREE CHRISTIAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH Pine Street, Smethport, PA • Pastor: Bill Simms; Sunday Morning Worship 11am; Tuesday Evening Bible Study 6:30pm • 814-331-1075

Fr.Thomas E. Brown Mass: Saturday 4:30 PM; Confessions: Saturday 4-4:15 PM

ST. MARY CHURCH 630 Newell Creek Rd., Eldred, PA 16731; Mass: Sunday 9 AM; • Confessions: Sunday 8:30 AM DUKE CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 26 Oil Valley Road Duke Center, PA 16729; Pastor: Rev. Beth Rosler Worship time: 9:45 am Sundays COLEVILLE CHRISTIAN GOSPEL CHURCH Pastor Dan LaPage; 3115 RTE 46 Smethport, Pa 16749; 1-814-7121187; Email: pastordanlapage@; Listen to Messages Online Each Week; Search ‘Coleville Christian’ Sunday School 9:45am; Sunday Morning Worship 11:00am; Sunday evening service / prayer meeting 5:00pm FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 142 Main St, Eldred PA “Where Salvation Makes You a Member”; Sunday School 10 am; Praise & Worship 10:45 am; Sunday Morning Service 11am; Sunday Evening Service 7pm; Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7pm; FB: Eldred First Church of God 814-225-3272 Leave a message should you wish a return call. God Bless REW UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Route 646, PO Box 187 • Rew, PA 16744; Pastor: Rev. Beth Rosler Worship time: 11:15 am Sundays EVANGELICAL COVENANT CHURCH 67 Church St., Port Allegany, PA (814) 642-2272• Pastor J.T. Madison; Adult Sunday School: 9:45 am; Sunday Worship: 11:00 am; Youth Group: 6:00-8:00 pm, 1st and 3rd Sundays

HEBRON UNION CHURCH 1149 State Route 44 North • McCRAE BROOK WESLEYAN Coudersport, PA 16915; Phone: CHURCH (814) 260-1780• Pastor Henry St. Phone: 814-225-3753• Pastor Dale Amour; Sunday School 9:30 am; Argot; Sunday School 10:00am; Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 am Worship Service 11:00am; WednesELDRED UNITED METHODIST & Evening 7:00 pm; Wednesday: day: Prayer Service 6:00pm CHURCH Prayer meeting; Teen’s & AWANAs 26 Main St., Eldred, PA 16731 • 814- 6:30 pm EAST SMETHPORT UNITED 225-4051; Pastor Jim CHRISTIAN CHURCH Cannistraci; Sunday School 9:15 18399 Route 6 in East Smethport AM; Worship Service 10:30 AM; RIXFORD EVANGELICAL Pastor: Rev. Allen Young; Associate CHURCH Pastor: Rev. Les Leet 1112 Looker Mountain Trail, Rix814-887-2255;; ST. RAPHAEL CHURCH ford, PA; Pastor Mike Rex; Sunday 16 First St., PO Box 252, Eldred, School and Prayer Time 10:00 a.m.; Sunday School 9:00 am; Sunday PA 16731; 814-225-4231• Pastor: Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.

PORT ALLEGANY ALLIANCE CHURCH 414 East Mill Street, Port Allegany, PA; (814) 642-2622 - Rev. Stephen Kroh, Pastor; Portalleganyalliancechurch/ Sunday Worship 10 a.m. • IGNITE Youth 6 p.m.; Wednesday Prayer 7 p.m. HOUSE OF PRAYER FELLOWSHIP Pastor Roy Elliott • 908 County Rd 33; Phone: 585-928-2755 • Services 1:30 BIRCH GROVE MENNONITE CHURCH Two-Mile Road, Port Allegany, Pa. 16743; PASTOR: Dale Detweiler • Phone:814-642-7012 If no answer, please leave message and phone# if you want a return call. Sunday School: 9:45 • Worship: 10:45 PORT ALLEGANY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (UMC) 307 N. Main Street, Port Allegany, PA 16743; 814-591-5067 • Pastor Benjamin Zimmerman; Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 RIVERSIDE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (UMC) 30 River Street, Roulette, PA 16746 814-591-5067 • Pastor Benjamin Zimmerman; Sunday Morning Worship 9:45 FISHING CREEK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (UMC) W. Branch of Fishing Creek Road Roulette, PA 16746; 814-591-5067; Pastor Benjamin Zimmerman; Sunday Morning Worship 8:30 DUKE CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 26 Oil Valley Rd., Duke Center, PA 16729; Rev. Beth Rosler Home - 814-966-3962 * Cell – 814-331-6678; Pastor e-mail –; Church – 814-966-3922; Church e-mail –; Sunday School – 8:30 a.m. * Worship Service – 9:45 a.m. HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Thomas J. Beam Worship 9AM Sunday held in the Free Christian; Evangelical Church on Pine Street, Smethport, PA SARTWELL CREEK UNION 1119 Sartwell Creek Road Port Allegany, PA; 814-545-1174 Pastor Allen Long; Sun. Morning Worship 9:30

THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF SMETHPORT 601 West King Street, Smethport PA Pastor: Rev. Rob Hernan; Sunday Service 11:00am; Elementary Sunday School 11:00am; Devotions and Holy Communion Tuesday 10:0010:30am; 814-887-2455; Church: Rev. Rob: Website: www.smethportmethodist. com; Like us on Facebook. COUNTRY CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Indian Creek Rd., Eldred Pastor: Bruce Ireland; Sunday Morning Worship 10:30am; Evening Worship 6:00am; Wednesday: Bible Study & Prayer 7:00pm GETHSEMANE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 205 Arnold Ave, Port Allegany, PA 16743; Phone: (814) 642-9261• Pastor Joann Piatko; Sun. Worship at 11:00 am FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF PORT ALLEGANY 12 Church St., Port Allegany, PA 16743; Bible Study 10:00 am Sundays, Sept - May; Sunday Worship 11:00 am; Third Sunday of the month - A visit from Hairy Harry the puppet! Commissioned Lay Pastor: Garen Smith; Email: garensmith77@gmail. com; Phone: 814-642-9250 or 814598-9833; TURTLEPOINT EVANGELICAL CHURCH 11 Chapel Lane • Turtlepoint, PA. 16750; 642-2175 - Pastor Anthony Edgell; (turtlepointchurch@ gmail. com); Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. • Sunday Bible Study: 6 p.m.; Wed. Prayer: 6 p.m. EVANS MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1447 South Ave., Lewis Run PA 16738; Sunday School; Children and Adult 9:30am; Sunday Worship 10:45: PH: 814-362-8812 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PORT ALLEGANY 320 N. Main St. Port Allegany, PA 16743 Pastor Mike Culver 814-642-2105 Sunday Coffee Fellowship – 9:15 am • Sunday School – 9:45 am Sunday Worship Service – 10:45 am Wednesday Bible Study/Prayer –7:00 pm • AWANA Sunday – 5:30-7 pm (Follows School Calendar) KUSHEQUA UNION CHURCH Pastor Robert “Bob” Lynch Sunday Worship: 9:30 - 10:45 AM Fellowship following service; Sunday School 11:00 AM Located in the Village of Kushequa follow Kushequa Ave in Mt Jewett down the hill to Kushequa.

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Caregivers: How to manage a loved one’s money The number of retirees is on the rise. Data from the U.S. Census Bureau points out that, by 2030, there will be 81.2 million Americans over age 65, and many of them will need help taking care of themselves. Caregiving is a big responsibility. One crucial role caregivers may take on involves managing a loved one’s finances. AARP states that acting as a money manager becomes especially important if a loved one begins having trouble keeping a

checkbook or becomes confused about money. The Family Caregiver Alliance® indicates millions of Americans are managing money or property for a family member or friend who is unable to pay bills or make financial decisions. Juggling one’s own finances and the responsibilities of another person’s money can take its toll. Here are several ways to navigate these often tricky waters. • Discuss plans in advance. Have conversations even

before an aging loved one needs caregiving. Talking through difficult topics when parents are healthy can simplify decisions later on. • Open a joint account. Joint back accounts make it easier for caregivers to manage loved ones’ money if the person becomes physically or mentally incapacitated. When necessary, you can step in as a money manager to pay bills, make deposits and withdrawals and monitor account balances.

• Make legal fiduciary changes. AARP suggests drawing up legal documents to manage all financial accounts. A power of attorney is a legal document in which one person assigns another the power to make financial decisions on their behalf. This also protects family interests, so that another relative like a sibling, who may want his or her share of a loved one’s money, will not have access. Documenting fiduciary changes in the letter of

the law can serve as a measure of protection against potential problems. • Put your priorities first. You may end up running yourself emotionally and financially ragged catering to a loved one’s needs. According to a 2015 study from the National Alliance for Caregiving, an estimated 43.4 million American adults provide unpaid care to an adult or child. Taking repeated time off of work or paying for loved ones’ needs out of your own pocket

can take its financial toll. Do not take on unmanageable debt. • Ask for help. Speak with a financial advisor and/or elder care attorney about the best ways to manage a loved one’s money to ensure an aging parent or child will be provided for. Arranging assets in certain ways can make individuals eligible for certain benefits. Managing money is just one of the many tasks associated with being a caregiver.

Pros and cons to giving kids allowances Parents can employ various strategies, including assigning chores, to instill a sense of responsibility in their children. The natural segue from chores is to offer compensation for the jobs that children are doing. Allowances can provide foundations for parents to teach kids about working for a living. Kids are able to grasp the concept that money doesn’t come without hard work. Also, allowances paint

the picture that one’s financial resources are commensurate with the effort he or she puts in. Giving allowances also can help teach children how to manage money, plan ahead and make spending choices about what’s most important, according to the parenting guide Raise Smart Kids. Allowances can be tough to figure out. For example, parents may not know how to determine the rate and frequency of payouts.

According to Lewis Mandell, a former dean of business at the State University of New York at Buffalo, giving a child an allowance, especially a regular, unconditional allowance that the child can depend on, isn’t the right way to approach allowances. Children may begin to view this allowance as an entitlement. In fact, Mandell’s research on teens in the

United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia found, without exception, that teens who received a regular unconditional allowance had diminished financial literacy, lower levels of motivation and an increased aversion to work. But when handled properly, allowances can be important tools. Here are some additional benefits to allowanc-

es. • Allowances can provide incentive to get chores done. • Allowances can motivate students to work hard at school. • Allowances can include a required portion to be donated, teaching

kids the importance of being charitable. Learning the correlation between work and compensation is a lesson that starts in childhood. Allowances can be an important part of kids’ early financial education.

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