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CERES CEMETERY ASSOCIATION The Ceres Cemetery Association will hold its Annual meeting on April 16th at 6:00pm at the Ceres United Methodist Church. All lot owners and interested persons are welcome to attend. -Dewight Gleason, President 4/25fb CORYVILLE CHURCH OF FAITH 1913 Moody Hollow Eldred, PA•814-225-4943 Rev. Kent Hill SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School. . . . . . . . .9:30am Morning Worship...10:45am Sunday Evening. . . . . .6:30pm WEDNESDAY: Prayer Meeting.......6:30pm LIGHTHOUSE COMMUNITY FREE METHODIST CHURCH

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SALVATION ARMY OFFERS FREE COURSES IN DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE TRAINING (Olean, NY, April 2, 2014)- The Olean Salvation Army will be offering free training classes in emergency preparedness and disaster response on Friday and Saturday, April 11 and April 12. The first course on Friday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., is “Introduction to Emergency Disaster Services,” the base training course for volunteers interested in becoming a volunteer for the Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services serving the Olean area. The course offers a basic understanding of how The Salvation Army responds to disasters at both the local and national level. Topics include the different phases of disaster response, how you can respond in your community and how to care for yourself and others in a crisis. The intro course is a prerequisite for advanced disaster training in the Incident Command System, Food Service and Food Safety, First Aid/ CPR, Emotional and Spiritual Care, plus additional specialized courses. This introductory class provides participants with an overview of the Army’s mission and its role within disaster work. The course also covers teaching volunteers how to prepare and equip themselves for a disaster deployment with The Salvation Army. “During last year’s flooding in the Mohawk Valley and city of Oneida, our trained volunteers were able to assist in all aspects of relief efforts to help survivors,” said Stephanie Nicklas, The Salvation Army’s Empire State Division, director of Emergency Disaster Services. Saturday’s course runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is an introduction to the “Incident Command System” and explains how the system is used to command, control and coordinate disaster relief operations. Incident Command is a standardized incidentmanagement response used by all levels of government. It makes possible a coordinated response among government jurisdictions and non-profit agencies in an emergency. It covers the coordination of equipment, personnel, facilities and communication. The classes are free and open to anyone who registers in advance. Materials will be provided. Refreshments will be provided for Friday and Saturday, along with lunch on Saturday. Classes will be held at the Olean Salvation Army Worship and Community Center at 310 E. State Street, in Olean. Volunteers completing Introduction to Emergency Disaster Services and Incident Command System training then can become certified in Emergency Disaster Services Night Service.............4:00pm Wednesday.................4:30pm VALLEY WORSHIP CENTER Rte. 446 Farmers Valley Smethport, PA Rev. David Eastman 814-887-5065 Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship.....10:30am Sunday Evening. . . . . . . .6:00pm Wed. Evening.............6:30pm SARTWELL CREEK UNION CHURCH Port Allegany RD 2 Port Allegany, PA Rev. LaVerne R. Howard, Pastor Worship Hour. .9:30-10:30am Sunday School. . . .10:30-11am Everyone Welcome GETHSEMANE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 205 Arnold Ave., Port Allegany, Pa. 16743 814-642-9261 Worship Service.......11:00am COUDERSPORT ALLIANCE CHURCH 7 Alliance Avenue Coudersport, Pa., 16915 814-274-8661 (phone) 814-274-8668 (fax) Senior Pastor: Joe Lazurek Sunday Worship............10:00am

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Easter Sunday Buffet

Saturday, April 26th “Corey Daniels Band”

Adult Buffet $11.95 Senior Buffet $9.95 Child Buffet

April 20, 2014 11am - 3pm

*Includes: Ham, Meat Loaf, Pork Chops, Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Gravy, Green Bean Casserole, Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce (60 or older)

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15 S. Main St., Port Allegany, Pa. 814-642-2684

Hrs.: Mon.-Fri. 7am-6pm; Sat. 8am-5pm; Sun. 9am-3pm

OTTO-ELDRED ELEMENTARY BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENU April 9, 2014 - April 15, 2014 Wed. Breakfast: Pancakes, Eggs, Juice, Milk, Breakfast Item Bar. Lunch: Macaroni and Cheese, Spinach, Red and Yellow Peppers, Grapes, Apple, Milk. Lunch B: Chicken, Roll. Lunch C: Chef Salad, Roll. Thurs. Breakfast: Muffin, Juice, Fruit, Milk, Breakfast Item Bar. Lunch: Roast Turkey, Stuffing, Gravy, Roll, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Apple Rings, Pickled Eggs, Juice, Milk. Lunch B: Peanut Butter and Jelly, Cheese Stick. Lunch C: Fri. Breakfast: Breakfast Sandwich, Juice, Milk, Breakfast Item Bar. Lunch: Fish on Roll, Tater Tots, Carrots, Cole Slaw, Applesauce, Milk. Lunch B: Chicken, Roll. Lunch C: Chef Salad, Roll. Mon. Breakfast: Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, Milk, Breakfast Item Bar. Lunch: Grilled Chicken on Bun, Baked Beans, Broccoli, Peaches, Apple, Milk. Lunch B: Hamburgers. Lunch C: Chef Salad, Roll. Tues. Breakfast: Funnel Cakes, Juice, Milk, Breakfast Item Bar. Lunch: Meatball Sub, Corn, Baby Lima Beans, Pears, Milk. Lunch B: Hamburgers. Lunch C: Peanut Butter and Jelly, Yogurt. Breakfast: Student- $1.00; Faculty- $1.40. Lunch: Student- $1.75; Reduced- 40¢; Faculty- $2.75. f

SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HEBRON 5 miles up Whitney Creek off Rte. 44, Crandall Hill Coudersport, PA Rev. Michael L. Burns Sabbath School Saturday.................9:45am Worship Service Saturday................11:00am Bible Study Wed:.......1:00pm Saturday.................2:00pm Women’s Society 1st Tuesday of each month. . . . . . . . .7:30pm

TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Fulton St., Smethport, Pa. 814-887-2563 Worship Service.........9:00am FREE METHODIST CHURCH Cyclone, PA Tom Vennard, Pastor 814-966-3846 Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am


(10 or younger)

*Drink, Tax & Gratuity Not Included. Buffet Items Are Subject To Change Without Notice.

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WANTED: DODGE OR PLYMOUTH VAN Reasonable price. Not over 2003. 814-225-4276. 2/1p —————————————————————————————— WANT TO BUY: USED SET OF DISCS Call 814-778-5443, leave message. 3/1p —————————————————————————————— GROOMING NOW AVAILABLE at Rainy Day Kennel in Smethport, Pa. Experienced, reliable. Call 814-558-7494 for appointment. 2/1p

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Open Seven days a week 11 a.m.-ish to 2 a.m.-ish Kitchen open Late! 68 West Mill Street Port Allegany, PA 16743

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Tues.-Sat. 7am-8pm; Sun. 7am-7pm (814)274-8862

PORT ALLEGANY SCHOOL MENU ~ Grades K-6 April 9, 2014 - April 15, 2014 Wed. Turkey and Cheese Sub, Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, Carrots, Peas, Choice of Fruit. Thurs. Tacos with Salsa, Corn, Green Beans, Choice of Fruit. Fri. Fish Sticks, Bread and Butter, Mashed Potatoes, Lettuce Salad, Choice of Fruit. Mon. Chicken Strips, Corn, Green Beans, Choice of Fruit. Tues. Sloppy Joe, French Fries, Broccoli with Cheese Sauce, Choice of Fruit. Menu is subject to change. Milk Choices Available Daily: Fat Free Chocolate, Strawberry or White and 1% White. Rotating Breakfast Menu: French Toast Sticks, Super Donut, Cereal, Cinnamon Toast, Breakfast Pizza, Pop Tarts, Pancakes, Waffles, Funnel Cakes or Scrambled Eggs. f



•Boilers •Furnaces •Liners •Hearth Products

•Stove & Chimney Pipe •Custom Log Homes •Log Siding •Rough Cut Lumber •$300 Tax Credit

•Wood •Coal •Pellet •Corn •Fireplaces * Sales * Service * Installation 426 Odin Road, Coudersport, PA 16915 (814) 647-5337 PORT ALLEGANY SCHOOL MENU ~ Grades 7-12 April 9, 2014 - April 15, 2014 Wed. Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Cottage Cheese (9th-12th grade), Tomato Soup, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Thurs. Beef and Cheese Burrito with Lettuce and Salsa, Baked Beans, Choice of Fruit. Fri. Cheesy Breadsticks with Dipping Sauce, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Mon. French Toast Sticks, Sausage Patty, Hash Brown, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Tues. Chicken Strips, Dinner Roll or Salad Bar, Broccoli, Vegetable, Choice of Fruit. Menu is subject to change. Milk Choices Available Daily: Fat Free Chocolate, Strawberry or White and 1% White. Rotating Breakfast Menu: French Toast Sticks, Super Donut, Cereal, Cinnamon Toast, Breakfast Pizza, Pop Tarts, Pancakes, Waffles, Funnel Cakes or Scrambled Eggs. f


206 N. Main St., Port Allegany, PA

"Fine Food...Fine Drink...Fine Friends" 14091 Wilcox-Clermont Rd. Clermont, PA


Fresh Ground Coffee!!

Open 5:30am9:00pm

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Masonic Hall

Home of..."Buffalo Balls" Call ahead for takeouts.

136 Oswayo St., Shinglehouse, PA Fridays: 4:30-7:30 p.m.


Donation: Adults: $9.00 Take-outs Children: $6.50 Available! Choice of fried or 4 kinds of baked fish.

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Mick’s Diner

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"MIKE KRECKEL DJ SERVICES" @ 9PM! WELCOME FISHERMEN! $1 can beer every Sunday from 1pm-5pm!

Eldred American Legion

Wing Night Every Thursday

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814-465-3210 The Race Is On... Sundays Sat., April 26th

HAM & TURKEY RAFFLE APRIL 11th, 2014 7:00pm

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all day



Friday Fish Fry! Available 12pm - Closing

Mon.-Fri. 11am-9pm; Sat. & Sun. noon-9pm

Hard & Soft Ice Cream


Eat in

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“Clean Slate” 9pm-1am

Tues. & Wed. Wing Night!

Big Enough to Share, Tastes So NEW!! Good You Won’t Want to! Battered, Breaded, Baked, Cajun, or Garlic. Fish & Shrimp • Choice of Potato: Baked, Mashed, Fries. $ 95 $ 45 $ 00 • Coleslaw & Roll


Open To The Public • Non Smoking • Join The Fun!

Rixford Well Bar & Grill Rixford, PA

Eldred, Pa.



Eat in Take out

Menu Items! •Specialty Pizzas •Salads •Lg. & Sm. Steak •Taco •Chicken Tender •Grilled Chicken


Otto Township Volunteer Fire Depar tment Proudly Presents

BREAKFAST WITH THE FIRE BUNNY!! Everyone is invited to bring your little ones, and not so little ones, to have breakfast with the Fire Bunny on

April 13, 2014 • 8:00am - 11:00am

Monday - Goulash Tuesday- Chicken & Biscuits Wednesday- Beef on Weck Thursday- Spaghetti Friday- Fish Fry

Children 10 and under $4.00 Adults $8.00 Bring all ages along for our first annual buffet celebrating Easter the Fire Department way!!

Catering Available

-No pictures will be provided so please feel free to bring along a camera-


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All proceeds benefit the Otto Township Vol. Fire Dept. KIDS’ CARE LICENSED DAYCARE HAS FT openings. Ages 13 months+ Mon.-Fri. CCIS accepted. Meals included. Before and afterschool care available. Smethport area. Phone 814887-5400. 8/25p FOR SALE: Good hay, round bales, 1st & 2nd cutting. Mulch. New straw. Call 814-366-3673, 814-887-2244. 5/3c FOR RENT- Small 2 bedroom apartment. Security and references required. No pets. Call 814-642-9483. tfc FOR RENT- 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES in Roulette Mobile Home Park. $325 - $425/mo. 814-598-2885. tfc McKEAN COUNTY CARE FOR CHILDREN. Memorials may be purchased at: Todd Motor Sales, Inc., Main St., Eldred, PA

Notary Service

Linda R. Wright 3691 Rt. 155, Port Allegany, Pa.

*Snowmobiles * ATVs

• Penn Dot Online • Registrations •Plates • Transfers • Titles


S. W. SMITH LIBRARY & BOOKMOBILE 201 East Maple Street, Port Allegany, PA Phone: 814-642-9210 Library Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11-7; Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 9-4. Saturdays July & August 10-2. Book drops at Smith’s Hardware, Duke Center Superette, O-E Elementary School. Bookmobile Hours: Wednesdays- Eldred (Todd’s Car Lot) 9:00-11:30. Duke Center (Old School Parking Lot) 1-5:30. Thursdays- Otto Eldred Elementary School 11:00-2. Eldred (Todd’s Car Lot) 3-7. Fridays- Rixford (by Church) 10-1. Turtlepoint (Carlson’s Store) 1:45-4:45. tf

W R IGH T W A Y C ON S T R U C T ION LLC call 814-596-8556 JERRY STERN Business Coordinator JESSE WRIGHT/Job Supervisor residential remodeling & additions/ roof repairs/pole buildings & garages/ hvac/plumbing/electrical & more PA107201 & insured Port Allegany, PA 16743

Gustin's Auto & Truck Service 27 Fishing Creek Ext., Roulette, PA 16746

Specializing in tri-axle trucks: (clutches, brakes, lights, suspension springs, and etc...) • Inspections (cars, trucks, campers, tri-axles, trailers) • Hoses, Lights, Brakes, Oil Changes, Clutches • Tune Ups Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7am-5pm; Sat. (by appt. only) Business phone: (814)


Sunrise Specials 6am-10am •includes coffee • not available on Sun.

2 eggs, toast and choice of bacon, sausage or scrapple...................$4.54 Sausage, gravy and biscuits with homefries............$4.54 2 pancakes or french toast, choice of ham, bacon or scrapple...........................$4.54 All of the above items $5.50 after 10am

Daily Bread Cafe Rte. 155, North of Port Allegany, PA 814-642-7112 • Gift Certificates Family Owned & Operated. Come as a customer and leave as a Friend!

Closed Mondays Hours: Tues.-Sat. 6am-8pm; Sun. 8am-2pm.

HAMLIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY Monday & Tuesday, noon-5 p.m., 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Friday noon - 5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. tf MT. JEWETT MEMORIAL LIBRARY Monday - Thursday 10 a.m.-noon, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m.-noon, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. tf SMETHPORT AREA RESIDENTS: Need food? Need clothing? We want to help! Christian Community Services (under Hamlin Bank on Fulton St.). Open Monday through Wednesday 10-11 a.m. No hours Thursday or Friday. tf


NOTARY 814-642-2790 *Titles*Registrations*Plates* *ATV/Snowmobiles*Boats *Fax/Copy Services*

Instant On-Line Registrations & Renewals Walk-ins Welcomed! 19 Pearl St. ~ Port Allegany, PA


Patronize your local restaurants...great food, personalized service and many daily specials.


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•Home Decor •Gardening •Vendors •Building Ideas •Water Tasting Contest •ATV Demo Course Outside! •"Do It Yourself" ers Workshops



Friday, 5 PM - 9 PM Saturday, 10 AM - 6 PM Sunday, 10 AM - 4 PM

$3 Adult -- $2 Students $2 Seniors (ages 60 and up) Kids Under 5 FREE with adult

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RENTAL CAR WARNING We recently rented a car. We did not check it over before we took it off the lot. We drove it for a couple of days and dropped it back. Because we had never rented a car before, we did not ask a rental employee to look it over. A few hours later, an employee called us and said, “Sorry, but there is damage.” We ended up being charged $900 because of a couple of small marks. We had no recourse. Here is my advice. Never rent a car without taking pictures using your cell phone. Take pictures of every angle, and when you return the car, tell the employees that you have before and after pictures. Also, ask that an employee check the car out before you leave. -G.


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FOR SALE- Two matching vintage twin beds, solidly built, wooden, good condition. $40 for the set. 814-887-2934. fb TWO 16” ALUMINUM WHEELS WITH TIRES, fits six-bolt Dakota, $100 for pair. 814-465-3195. fb KUBOTA TRACTOR BACKHOE / FRONT LOADER- Excellent condition. Asking pay off of $9,900. Firm. Call Jessica, 814-5989011. pb ‘95 CHEVY 4X4 3/4 TON WITH PLOW- 128k miles. $2,100. Call 716-933-6284. pb FOR SALE - MECHANIC’S CREEPER, $7. Phone 814-4652232 or 814-465-3473. fb TRAP SHOOTS Oswayo Valley Rod & Gun Club, Millport, Pa. Starting Friday, April 11th; 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. fb TWIN TIER CHRISTIAN RIDERS MEETING Local Chapter of Christian Motorcyclists Association- 2nd Saturday of the month, 9am at Fox’s Pizza, Eldred, Pa. Weather permitting, ride to follow. All visitors welcome! tffb



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GETTING RID OF LICE SAFELY My grandkids had lice and the parents had tried every commercial preparation on the market and all the home remedies they heard about and nothing worked. I found this one online, and after one application, the lice were gone. Also, it is perfectly safe. Soak head with full-strength Listerine®, and generic will do. I put it in a spray bottle and held a wash cloth along the hairline, so it wouldn’t get in the kids’ eyes. Cover with shower cap and leave in for at least two hours or even overnight if you like. When you remove the shower cap, you will see dead lice in the shower cap. Rinse. Next soak head with full strength apple cider vinegar. Again I put it in a spray bottle. Cover with a shower cap. Leave in for at least two hours or as long as you like. This kills the nits. Remove shower cap and rinse. Finally, cover head with cream rinse and start combing. Every time you feel like you have hit a tangle, it is a nit that was stuck to the hair. Rinse. You can do this as often as you like, but we only did it one time and the lice were gone. -Cara

COLE MEMORIAL OFFERS TELEMEDICINE FOR PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES Coudersport, PA- When a child requires emergent health care, Cole Memorial’s pediatricians and emergency medicine providers deliver immediate attention while consulting with clinical specialists at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) via new state-of-the-art telemedicine technology. “Last month, Cole Memorial launched pediatric emergency telemedicine in the emergency department and the maternity unit, thanks to the Optimizing Utilization and Rural Emergency Access for Children (OUTREACH) program by UPMC,” said Ann Slotta, RN, director of maternal/child and inpatient behavioral health services at Cole Memorial. “The telemedicine unit is portable so it can be used in the emergency department (E.D.) or in the newborn nursery at the Hospital, allowing our providers to collaborate with pediatric specialists in Pittsburgh.” Telemedicine offers two-way audio/video conferencing applications to provide high-level clinical consultations between a Cole Memorial provider and a specialist at a distance. Cole Memorial is leading the way in the development of telemedicine services for cardiology, neurology and rheumatology, in addition to this new pediatric tele-emergency department services and the teleneonatal intensive care unit. According to Shannon Work, RN, director of Emergency Services at Cole Memorial, 18% of the patients that visit the E.D. are age 18 and under. So far, the benefits of Cole’s pediatric emergency telemedicine service include: - Patients and their family travel less to receive specialized care - The need for hospital admissions may be reduced - When higher-level care or a special procedure is required, transfers may be made immediately 3/29 Baby Boy Good, Wellsville 3/30 Ruth Green, Shinglehouse 3/31 Walter Cole Sr., Wellsville Ana Mejia, Fillmore Baby Boy Mejia, Fillmore 4/2 Rafaela McQueen, Wellsville JONES MEMORIAL 4/3 Susan Stives, Bolivar Admitted 3/29 Charles Beebe, Wellsville 3/30 Susan Stives, Bolivar 3/31 Vada Carlin, Wellsville Irene Shine, Wellsville Heidi Good, Wellsville, a son, 4/1 Regina Copenhaver, 3/28/14, Jones Memorial Bolivar Natalie & Brandon Whitman, Chynise Logue, Allentown Port Allegany, a son, 4/2 Kimberly Layfield, Bolivar 3/29/14, Charles Cole Emma Miles, Wellsville Norma & Tyler Stevens, Deanna Scott, Scio Ulysses, a daughter, Annabelle Spencer, 3/30/14, Charles Cole Wellsville Chynise Logue, Allentown, 4/3 Paula Baker, Hornell a son, 4/1/14, Carol Griswold, Bolivar Jones Memorial Carole Nye, Wellsville Deanna & Alexander Scott, Discharged Scio, a daughter, 4/2/14, 3/28 Cynthia Sereno, Jones Memorial Tonawanda

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- Expert care is available 24/7 - Patients, their family members, Coles’ providers and staff express an increase in satisfaction with the outcomes Cole Memorial’s Pediatrician Marlene Wust-Smith, MD stated, “The first pediatric tele-emergency patient visit earlier this month allowed our patient to be evaluated by an Emergency Room provider at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, who agreed with me that he was stable for discharge to his own home. Our patient was relieved to not have to travel four and a half hours to Pittsburgh, and I was reassured that his presenting complaint did not require further work-up.” In addition, the following tele-medicine services are available at Cole Memorial with expert clinical partners such as: Rheumatology with the Geisinger Health System and Cardiology and Neurology with UPMC Hamot Heart and Vascular Institute. For more information, visit

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THE COLE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES LIST OF DONORS Coudersport, PA- The Cole Foundation announces their list of donors who have given toward projects and initiatives from January 2014 - March 2014. “We are grateful to our donors, who make it possible to enhance the work of Cole Memorial through their generosity. These gifts enable our local healthcare system to remain progressive and vibrant in order to best serve the medial needs of our diverse communities” said Patrice Levavasseur, Executive Director, Cole Foundation. Bowman Scholarship Fund- In memory of Mary Ellen Lewis: Bonnie K. Healy Cardiac Rehab Fund- In memory of Bill & Kathryn Thompson: Bonnie K. Healy Digital Mammography Fund- Oswayo Valley School District Volleyball Team General Fund- In honor of Central Potter Health Center: Odd Fellows Home of Western Pennsylvania Honor Your Caregiver- In honor of Deb Carr: Mike and Linda Voss-Plummer; In honor of Dr. Wei: Ed and Shelby Pitchford; In honor of Dr. Szczupak: Ed and Shelby Pitchford Long Term Care Activity Fund- In Memory of Phyllis A. Glinkowski: Bonnie K. Healy, Ed and Shelby Pitchford Patterson Cancer Care Center Fund- Batterson’s Beverage, Bosek and Rankin Motor Sales, Cimino Hardware, Inc., County Line Enterprises, Edward and Theresa Dennison, Jeffrey and Veronica Dugan, Earl F. Dean Inc., Lyle and Jean Folk, Forest View Evergreen Tree Farms, Galeton Area School District, Galeton Education Association, Klines Gift Shoppe, Larry’s Sport Center, Inc., Loyal Order Moose Galeton LDG 826, Henry and Jean Lush, M & M Logging & Lumber Co., Mark Germino Agency Inc., Nittany Oil Company, Inc., Northwest Savings Bank, Jonathan and Laura Ogden, Logan Olmstead, Raymond Richar VFW Post 6611 Home Assocation, SMC Powder Metallurgy, Inc. In memory of Chauncey Taylor: Edna Taylor In memory of Pete Ernst: Maribeth Brown, Jacqueline Ernst-O’Brien, Bruce Fessenden, Arnold Haskins, Jim Johnson, Donald McFall, The Passive RF Program Team In Memory of Amy Empson: Cheryl Rimel In memory William Sauers Sr.: Edna Taylor In memory of Marilyn E. ‘Tiff’ Slawson: National Fuel Reach Out and Read- Dave & Sharon Crandall Shinglehouse Health Center Expansion ProjectAnonymous, Darwin Roberts, Thomas Firkel, John and Patrice Levavasseur In honor of Dr. Barke: Ed and Shelby Pitchford In honor of our community-Telemedicine/Treatment Suite: Anonymous In memory of DeWayne Hanel: Barry and Janette Church, Richard and Bernice Eastman, Norma Hanel, Haskins Household, Dale and Pamela Heusner, Martin and Nerine Maier, Edmund and Theresa Memmott, Shinglehouse Walleye Club, Charlotte Voorhees, William T. Wichert & Family In honor of all medical helpers- Jack and Lila Hewitt For more information visit or call 814-274-5520. fb *** A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. -Herm Albright

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