PUNXSUTAWNEY â The Jefferson unit of The American Cancer Society (ACS) is sponsoring another session of âI Can Cope,â to be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at the IUP-Punxsutawney Campus on Center Street.
"I Can Cope is the largest single free educational program for adults facing cancer, either personally, or as a friend or family caregiver within the year," said Peg Henninger, R.T.
Henninger said the ACS has been doing this for nine years.
"We've done so well with it because our committee just gels together," she said.
The classic children's show Sesame Street has been in the news of late after being a hotly debated topic at the first round of the 2012 presidential debates this year, but Sesame Street is in the news in another, less-conventional way today as well.
Ladybug Day is the reason the show is receiving national attention today, and a visit to ladybugday.net âÂ a website put together by the Gordon family of Redwood City, Calif. â explains just why today is such a monumental day.
YOUNG TOWNSHIP â There were no injuries in a two-vehicle accident that occurred at 4:41 p.m. Wednesday on Route 119 across from Pasquale's Restaurant in Young Township.
According to Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police, a 1999 Ford Escort, driven by Brett Toven of Anita, was traveling north on Route 119, when Toven failed to see a 1995 Chevrolet pickup truck, driven by John Waters of Rochester Mills, stopped in front of him waiting for a third vehicle that was making a left turn into Pasquale's Restaurant.