The "144 Envelope" board is on display at the Rialto Theatre. The idea is to receive donations corresponding to the dollar amount on the envelope you take from the board, from $1.00 to $144.00. Participating in this unique opportunity allows everyone to help be a part of supporting and maintaining their local “Historic Rialto Theatre”.Stop by the theatre and pick up your envelope.
The Bradford County Library will show a documentary film "Irena Sendler: In the Name of Their Mothers", Thursday, September 24, at 7:00 p.m.
When 29-year-old social worker Irena Sendler saw the suffering of Warsaw's Jews, she reached out to her most trusted colleagues for help. Together, they rescued over 2,500 Jewish children by forging identification papers and placing them in Catholic safe houses and orphanages in Warsaw and the Polish countryside.
It is with deep regret United Way of Bradford Co. Board of Directors accepted the Board Resignation of Mr. Henry Farley at the September 2, Board Meeting.
Henry was a board member of the Valley United Way and, through the merger with Central Bradford County United Way, helped what became the unified United Way of Bradford County. Henry helped keep the United Way on a stable course guiding it through years of change and challenge – always caring, always calm, and always competent.
Henry's involvement has made a tremendous impact on our community and we are very grateful for all he has done.
On behalf of the entire community, United Way offers sincere thanks to Henry Farley for an amazing 23 years of service.
C&N recently announced the appointment of Christina Merwine as Compliance Officer. In this role, Merwine will manage C&N's compliance program to ensure all regulations are effectively incorporated throughout all areas of the bank and to guide the bank through the constantly changing regulatory environment. Christina will continue to report to C&N’s Executive Vice President of Risk Management, John Reber. “Christina has been the Assistant Compliance Officer for the past 4 1/2 years where she has been a vital part of developing our strong compliance program. She has the knowledge and skills to lead the compliance department going forward,” Reber said.
Farm business owners and family members who desire to have a succession/transition plan for their farm.
Solidify what you’d like to see happen to your farm while evaluating financial feasibility, legal considerations and labor
and management concerns.
Thursday, October 15 from 9:15 a.m.—3:00 p.m. at the Wysox Volunteer Fire Company
111 Lake Rd, Wysox, PA
Workshop topics covered: Succession/transition from a legal perspective. Estate planning and necessary documents.
The Auxiliary at Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce that sign up for acts at its 15th annual community Talent Show is now open. All kinds of talent are invited to sign up, including comedy skits, musical acts, dance, and variety performances.
“Chester and Mary Bailey were one of the most active and influential couples in the history of Mansfield,” David Cummings, Fabulous 1890s Weekend co-chair, said. “It’s only right that we honor them by dedicating this year’s celebration to their memory.”
Both were active in various community organizations. Together they ran the Mansfield Gazette for 25 years. They created the 1890s Museum Tent in 1992. Chester, a 1935 Mansfield graduate, authored five books on local history and was involved in seeing that Rt. 15 was chosen to become I-99.
“He was also influential in the design of the Tioga-Hammond Dams,” Cummings added.
The theme for the 2015 Canton Civic Club Annual Halloween Parade is “Movie Land."
The parade will be held on Saturday, October 31, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.
Floats will be judged at 4:30 p.m. behind the High School.
Costumes and novelties will be judged at 4:30 p.m. at the Church of Christ parking lot at the corner of East Union Street and North Minnequa Avenue.
National Life Chain is a pro-life event that has been happening in cities and towns across the United States since its inception in 1987. It is a silent and prayerful event to bring awareness to the millions of children that have been aborted in this country in the last forty plus years.
The Fall Fling Festival will be held Saturday October 3rd 10:00-5:00 and Sunday October 4th 10:00-4:00.
Admission is a donation at the gate and parking is free. There will be over 100 vendors along with the fire department's food booths. Penn Valley Shows will have their cotton candy and funnel cake trailers on the grounds along with a few small rides for the kids (weather permitting).
The Fall Fling Festival was started by a lady in the community that wanted a way to give back to the community, so she started this festival in the yard of her home.
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