Robert Urban of Waverly NY was the winner of the Valley Bridge Club’s Monday Night Duplicate Bridge Game. Jeffrey Dann of Athens Township PA finished in second place.
The fast paced, rough and tumble sport of roller derby will return to the Kelchner Fitness Center at Mansfield University on Saturday, October 24.
To commemorate both National Hunting & Fishing Day along with National Public Lands Day, the Friends of Mt. Pisgah State Park will be sponsoring a 3D archery shoot on Sunday, September 27, from 9 am – 3 pm. Archers will find 24 targets along our archery course to hone their skills in preparation for the upcoming archery season. The suggested donation for this course is $10, kids ages 12 & under are free! Bring your recurve or compound bow and enjoy a fall day at Mt. Pisgah State Park.
Mt. Pisgah State Park is located 3 miles off Route 6 between Troy and Towanda. The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset for picnics, hiking, fishing, boating and other environmentally related activities.
Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers from Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital’s Rehab team were on hand to help runners have fun and run safe at this year’s Laurelfest 10K and Fun Run events.
Prior to the races, the Rehab team psyched runners up and cheered the starting lines, then set up at the finish lines to celebrate and hand out water bottles as they arrived. At their booth, the team also stretched runners afterward to cool them down properly and identify any potential trouble areas.
The Troy Rotary Club will be hosting the 1st Annual Big Pond Blue Moon Prediction Run on Friday, July 31st at the Lake Ondawa Pavilion in Big Pond. All proceeds from the race benefit the community projects of the Troy Rotary Club.
Pennsylvania Game Commission Northeast Region Director Daniel Figured announces the Northeast Region Office will be open from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 11, to accommodate persons wishing to purchase a hunting license.
“There is an annual rush to purchase general hunting licenses just prior to the initial sale of antlerless deer licenses,” Figured said. “We try to accommodate the increase in demand by offering additional office hours for license sales.”
On Monday, July 13, county treasurers will begin accepting antlerless license applications by mail from residents only, one per person, statewide.
Normal business hours of the Game Commission Northeast Region Office are from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is located at 3917 Memorial Highway in Dallas. The office phone number is (570) 675-1143.
Animal Care Sanctuary (ACS) is proud to announce they will host the premiere of the movie Max at the Sayre Theatre on August 14th. This event is free to all veterans and active military members and their families. There will be a cookout in tents beside the theatre. Tickets for the general population are $20.00.
Canines play a crucial role for our soldiers in the battlefield and also give comfort to the families at home waiting for them to come back, as well as for our veterans. Max is a dog that was paired with a soldier that loses his life and Max returns to the states and lives with the soldier’s family. It is a difficult adjustment for them all. Max is rated PG so children can also attend.
For the past 24 years, Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital (SSMH) has united business leaders, amateur golfers, volunteers, and golf professionals from all over the tri-state area under one common goal—helping the children of Tioga County stay healthy, active and educated.
Knoxville’s Youth Baseball/Softball Association scored big this year with a $500 donation toward equipment, supplies and upkeep of the fields. The funds were raised during Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital’s Pro-Am Golf Tournament last September and were awarded to local youth health and recreation organizations based on need.
Front Row (L-R): Donna George, Elizabeth Kline, Keith Kline, Keith Heimbach, Emily Dekar, Bruce Chase, Leslie Bresee, Kevin Brown, Daryl Miller. Back Row (L-R): Michelle Hanley, Mike Hanawalt, Janet MacWhinnie, John Sullivan, Lyle Harding, Al Herman, Tim Robson, Ian Lathrop, Nate Dewing, Scott Lackey, Mike Lovegreen, Jim Lacek, Tess Flynn-Belles, Joe Quatrini. (Photo taken by Cathy Yeakel)
Private landowners who allow the public to hunt or trap on their land may be interested in the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Hunter Access Program. Potential public access cooperators must own 50 or more acres of land and place the project area under agreement for five or more years.
Hunter Access Program cooperators are eligible to receive a free subscription to Pennsylvania Game News, tree seedlings for wildlife, property signage, and enhanced law enforcement protection. Habitat improvements, pheasant stocking, and professional wildlife management assistance may also be available to eligible participants.
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