With renovations coming up, the Punxsutawney Memorial Library decided to celebrate with a Hard Hat Party last Saturday afternoon.
The party was a success, with children from all over the community and surrounding areas stopping by.
Those in attendance each got orange construction vests and had the chance to pick out a free book, play games, build and construct whatever they desired using a variety of recyclable materials, and, most of all, interact with other children their age.
The Jefferson County Commissioners proclaimed that the month of May will be Older Americans Month in Jefferson County, a time to recognize and honor older adults and the people who care for them.
It may have been cold and windy on Saturday morning, but that didn't stop the Rails-to-Trails Cleanup.
Members and volunteers who braved the cold gathered at the Water Street Trailhead for a day of cleaning up the trail.
Among the volunteers who lent a helping hand were some local Girl Scouts.