Archive - Dec 8, 2012
MARION CENTER â The young, aggressive Punxsy girls' hoops team clawed its way the entire contest, but fell short as Westmont-Hilltop rode Erin Rogersâ 23-point night to a 50-45 victory in the Marion Center 3rd Annual Cancer Awareness Tip-off Tournament Friday night.
The Lady Chucks pulled to within a point, 44-43, with 59 seconds remaining, but Rogers connected on all six of her free throws from there to seal the Lady Hilltoppers close win.
Jeff Tech held its reorganization meeting Thursday with Lloyd McCreight elected chairperson and Shelly Caine vice chairperson.
BIG RUN â VFW Post 9044 of Big Run and the Ladiesâ Auxiliary held a ceremony commemorating Pearl Harbor Day â an annual recognition of the Dec. 7 attack by the Japanese that led to American involvement in World War II â on Friday, the 71st anniversary of the event, at the Big Run War Memorial.
The main speaker for the evening was VFW Post Chaplain Gene McKee, who is a veteran of World War II and also delivered the invocation and benediction for the event.
REYNOLDSVILLE â The Reynoldsville Area Business Association bestowed its Citizen of the Year award upon local resident Jackie Stitt at the organizationâs Eighth Annual Holiday Gala at the Bellamauro Social Hall this past Sunday.
It also distributed two college scholarships and recognized a retiring community businessperson before the afternoon was over.
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Volunteer Field Genealogists, along with junior member Santana âTanaâ Olp, presented a workshop on Dec. 1 in Titusville, Pa.
Instruction was given on the proper preparation of applications, accepted proof documents and suggested resources and methods of proving a Revolutionary War patriot.
A PowerPoint presentation gave participants an overview of how to use the public DAR website to find a Revolutionary War Patriot.
PUNXSUTAWNEY âÂ It just wouldnât feel like the Christmas season in Punxsutawney without the magic of Make-A-Wish in the air.
Make-A-Wish invites the members of the local community to help give the gift of a wish-come-true to a local child with a life-threatening medical condition this week, as it kicks off its Annual Light Up A Childâs Life holiday campaign.
Monday through Friday, Make-A-Wish will be doing live radio broadcasts from remote locations around the area.
The schedule is as follows: