The fifth installment of music in the park featured 50's/60's band "The Sharpe Tones" Thursday night in Barclay Square. The Hollidaysburg-based band returned to Punxsy to perform to a crowd of about 350 residents.
They performed such classic hits as "Cara Mia," originally performed by Jay & The Americans, "Monster Mash," "La Bamba," and "Iko Iko."
They are (from left) Oscar "Oz" Stuckey, Denny Ivory and Lorelei McCarty.
The final installment of music in the park will be held next Thursday, featuring oldies/country band "The Moore Brothers."
Hayden Shoemaker (left) and Lyndon Boyer (right) are shown riding the Wiggle Worm together earlier this week at the Dayton Fair.
Fun and activities at the fair continue today with a premier showman contest at 10 a.m.; the 4-H and Vocational Ag Contest from 1 to 3 p.m.; an animal dress-up contest at 2 p.m.; a freestyle performance to music in the horse arena at 6 p.m.; and a demolition derby at 7:30 p.m. in the grandstand.
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP â The results of the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) testing for Jeff Tech took a downward trend this year.
"We received a 56-page report from the Pennsylvana Department of Education on how to calculate Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)," said Jo-Ann Olszewski, assistant principal at Jeff Tech, at Wednesday's Joint Operating Committee meeting, which was held at the former lumbering building again.
Olszewski said scores for Jeff Tech students went down, which was projected to occur based on the history for this group of students.