Archive - Nov 16, 2011 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” A room at Femco Machine Inc. is almost chock-full of toys for the annual Toys for Tots campaign, and if the company and the U.S. Marine Corps has their way, more rooms in the plant will be overflowing in coming weeks.
Monday, at Femco Machine Inc., Route 536, Young Township; Sgt. Jerry Huffman and Sgt. Shawn Kyler, representing the U.S. Marine Corps from Ebensburg; and Janeen Love of Community Action Inc. officially kicked off this areaâ€™s Toys for Tots campaign.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” A local business owner asked the Punxsutawney Area School Board Monday about a supposed reason why teachers in the district have not yet agreed upon a contract, while the school board president said the board is aware of all issues.
Speaking during the public comment portion of the boardâ€™s agenda, Tim and Cindy Chambers, owners of CRW Home Centers, expressed concern about how historical documents are referenced in textbooks and other materials â€” if the original documentation is edited to omit terms such as â€śIn God We Trust,â€ť for example.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” The Punxsutawney Borough Police Department was the recipient of the the American Automobile Association (AAA) East Centralâ€™s highest award.
Officers Ryan Miller and Kirk Brudnock traveled to the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Mars to be recognized by AAA for outstanding service, dedication and the significant impact made by the department for improving the quality of life through its traffic safety program.
This was the fifth consecutive year of being recognized by AAA, said Chief Tom Fedigan.