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August 3rd, 2014
Members of the Catholic Daughters of America (C.D. of A) gathered Sunday evening at the end of the annual SS.C.D. Lawn Festival to accept a plaque from Frank Hetrick, festival chairman, in appreciation of the organization starting the festival in 1939.
Currently, there are 57 members in the C.D. of A., which is celebrating its 95th anniversary.
The annual SS.C.D. Lawn Festival came to an end Sunday night with the ever-popular car drawing.
Pete Renne of Punxsutawney won a 2014 Chevy Equinox and/or $18,000 cash, but was not present for the drawing.
Pictured are Frank Hetrick (back left), festival chairman, and Julie Hoover (back right), who picked the lucky winnerâs ticket.
Former Punxsy resident Anthony Calabrese, pictured here, recently began a job teaching English in Japan â specifically, on the island of Hokkaido in the village of Akaigawa, which can be seen in the background.
Read all about Calabrese's journey in Monday's edition of The Spirit.
(The Spirit is pleased to share with our readers vignettes of life in the 19th century as originally reported in past issues of the newspapers. These reproduced stories include their original headlines and spelling.)
August 8, 1888
A.J. Holt, of East Mahoning township Indiana county, died last night
(Tuesday August 7), of cramp, aged about sixty five years.
Mr. Hold is well and favorably known in this community, having had charge of the flouring mills at this place and Clayville for several years.
The SS.C.D. Lawn Festival kicked off Friday evening with games for kids, prizes, Bingo and lots of great food to choose from.
Pictured is Gabriella Kendra enjoying a snow cone.
The festival continues Saturday and Sunday at the SS.C.D. Church.
It was the final day for the Library Hot Dog Days event Friday, and the week proved to be quite a success for the Punxsutawney Memorial Library, which successfully raised more than $4,000.
Helping out Friday were volunteers from Mulberry Square, Friends of the Library board members and volunteers from the community.
Pictured (front, from left) are Dee Chicka, Amanda Hornack (Friends of the Library), Cathy Stiteler, Barb Burkett (Friends of the Library); (back row) Doyle Starry, Cassey Bellerillo (Friends of the Library), Nicki Rake and Debbie Kaza.
SYKESVILLE âÂ If you're looking for a bit of fun as we begin the final month of summer as we know it, the Sykesville Ag & Youth Fair, which runs from Sunday through next Saturday, has more than enough action to keep you entertained and on your toes.
For those who are particularly interested in the track events, there's plenty to offer, with Monday featuring a Tractor Pulling Contest.
Tuesday will be the always-popular Enduro Race; Wednesday will see the Msgr. John Mignot Memorial Full Size Car Demolition Derby; and Thursday will be the 4x4 side-by-side truck drags.
Carlisle, PA â Following a recall by Maryâs Gone Crackers, Inc., MARTINâS Food Markets announced it removed from sale select Maryâs Gone Crackers snacks which may contain almond, an allergen that is not listed on the ingredient label. These products are safe to consume for individuals who do not suffer from an almond allergy.
The following products are included in this recall:
â¢ Maryâs Gone Crackers - Gluten Free, 6.5 oz., UPC 89758000010 with a sell by date of APR 01 2015 and a lot number of CK3999
The sun was shining bright for another Library Hot Dog Days event Thursday afternoon at County Market, with special guests from Grace United Methodist Church present.
Pictured (front row, from left) are Pat Reed, Carol Mottern, Peggy Jo Reed, Amanda Hornack (Friends of the Library); (back row) Ken Bishop and Harold Reed.
Today is the last day for Library Hot Dog Days, with the event starting at 10 a.m. and ending at 4 p.m.
(Editorâs note: This piece is one in a series of âFamiliar Faces Fridayâ features to be written by Spirit reporter Destiny Pifer. The point of the project will be to highlight a member of the community who may be recognizable to many and tell his or her story. Todayâs familiar face is Jason Neyman.)
By Destiny Pifer
Of The Spirit
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Jason Neyman is a familiar face. You may recognize him as a tutor for Keystone SMILES AmeriCorps who recently helped with the summer school program. Or perhaps you have seen him throughout the community.