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Rain or shine, Run/Walk for Someone Special is next Sunday

March 23, 2012

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Rain may be in the forecast for the immediate future, but organizers of the annual Run/Walk for Someone Special hope that Mother Nature will pour the rain this weekend, not next weekend.

“I think last year, we had a cloud looming over us, and it started to rain as the last runner crossed the line,” said Stacy Hanzely, executive director of the Arc of Jefferson-Clearfield Counties. “We’ve just been so fortunate with the weather.”

The Run/Walk for Someone Special, now in its 33rd year, will be held Sunday, April 1, starting at Town Hall in Sykesville (see box for details).

Proposed budget cuts shouldn’t harm existing recreational sites

March 23, 2012

PUNXSUTAWNEY — A proposed cut in Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget appears to affect funding of recreational activities in the area. But on closer inspection, many of those funds were used for special projects and not for operations of the program or the project itself.

The Keystone Parks, Recreation and Conservation Fund was approved by Pennsylvania voters to help pay for parks, trails and open space in 1993, when it passed a referendum by a ratio of 65 percent to 35 percent, said state House Speaker Sam Smith (R-66) of Punxsy.

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