Archive - May 9, 2014
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Each year, five women are chosen by the Punxsutawney Career Womenâ€™s Club for Career Womenâ€™s Week. The criteria used for choosing these women are based not only on their professional efforts, but also on the contributions theyâ€™ve made to community and family.
The club was founded in 1930, originally known as Punxsutawney Business & Professional Womenâ€™s Club. On Sept. 8, 1998, the club name was changed and incorporated as a non-profit organization under the name of
The Punxsy McDonaldâ€™s is once again teaming up to Support the Troops by collecting a variety of items for care packages, which will be sent overseas to the troops.
Items such as non-perishable foods, snacks, canned food, first-aid kits and hygiene products are now being collected.
Others participating in the collection are Dollar Tree, Dollar General and Rainbow Express Preschool. Items will be collected until Saturday, May 17.
Pictured (from left) are Cheyenne Helman, shift manager; Karen Love, general manager of Punxsy McDonaldâ€™s; and Sherry Huber, shift manager.
William E. Allemang Jr., 89, Bethel Park, entered eternal life on Friday, May 9, 2014, at the Kane Nursing Home in Scott Township.
He was born Oct. 20, 1924, in Pittsburgh, a son of the late William and Pauline (Sigel) Allemang Sr.
He was the beloved husband of the late Bernadette; loving father of Karen (Raymond) Kosmach of Ohio, William (Teresa) Allemang III of Punxsutawney and Brian (Janice) Allemang of Bethel Park; six grandchildren, Tonya Briggs, Brooke Wozniak, Mary Kundrat and Marc, John and Michelle Allemang.
He is also survived by 10 great-grandchildren.