Archive - Mar 22, 2012
ST. MARYS â March 10, the Punxsy eighth-grade girls' volleyball team traveled to Elk County for the ECC Tournament, and the Lady Chucks finished with an impressive 9-1 record on the day.
"This was a great day of volleyball for the eighth-grade girls," Punxsy coach Megan Decker said. "They finished the day with an impressive record, and they really pulled together and worked on their individual weaknesses, as well as the teams'."
The tournament's format saw each team playing five others in two-game sets.
Several local fourth-grade girls from Punxsutawney area recently participated in the Derry Tournament Feb. 24-27. The fourth graders won the championship, defeating many solid teams, including some from the Pittsburgh area. Individual trophies and a team trophy were awarded to the girls. Pictured here with their trophies are (front, from left) Ryley Casaday, Elizabeth Stello, Allison Doverspike, Murphy White, Katelyn Griebel, Abby Gigliotti, Sarah Weaver; (back) coach Brad Gigliotti, Taegan Ludwig, Laney Monroe and coach Robb Nesbitt. Missing from the photo is Makena Nesbitt.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Representatives from PennDOT District 10 held an open house Thursday night at the Lindsey Fire Hall to show residents changes to two major projects in the borough.
Residents could see early work on the two projects â the Route 110/Route 310 turning lanes project and the Elk Run Bridge/Route 119 and the Sawmill Run Bridge, Route 36/Mahoning Street replacement project â as early as this fall.
It was a great night Thursday for doing anything outdoors, such as walking, running, Frisbee football and, as seen in Barclay Square, Zumba Fitness with Dustin Jewell (center). He holds his Zumba class in the park at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday and at 1 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, except during inclement weather.
Ruth M. Lloyd, 83, Dayton, passed away Wednesday, March 21, 2012, at the Armstrong County Health Center.
She was born Nov. 28, 1928, in Redbank Township, Armstrong County, the daughter of the late Isaac Edward and Lillian (Barnette) Beck.
Mrs. Lloyd was a lifetime resident of the area and was a member of Milton Church. She was also active with the Dayton Senior Citizens' Center.
Dr. George Sabarich, 87, Punxsutawney, died Wednesday, March 21, 2012, at home.
He was born May 21, 1924, in the Sykesville area mining town of Cascade, a son of Croatian immigrants, the late Nik and Antonija (Godinic) Sabaric.
An industrious person since youth, Dr. Sabarich owned his own Atlantic gas station in Sykesville, while still attending high school.
His Sykesville High graduation was followed by employment in Niagara Falls.
He served in the U.S. Navy âSeaBeesâ in New Guinea during World War II.