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June 5th, 2014
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” If you're curious as to what might be on the lunch menu for elementary summer school this year, how about some â€śGreen Eggs and Ham?â€ť
Yup, Dr. Seuss is the theme for summer school for grades K-2 following the 2013-2014 school year.
For details, see Friday's edition of The Spirit.
The Wolfs from Cub Scout Pack 245 recently participated in the Bucktail Council Cubmobile at Tri-County Church in DuBois.
They took third place in the push distance competition. Pictured (from left) are winners David Kunselman, Nicholas Motter, Philip Dunmire and Damien Slaughenhaupt.
REYNOLDSVILLE â€” While other school districts across the area graduated their outgoing seniors, the school that serves students from all of them â€” Jeff Tech â€” saw the remainder of the Class of 2014 out during a ceremony on Wednesday evening.
The main commencement address was delivered by Valedictorian Hannah Rummel, an IT Academy Digital Media Technology student.
For full details from the ceremony and from Rummel's speech, see Thursday's print edition of The Spirit.
NORTH MAHONING TOWNSHIP â€” A garage machine shop and storage area was completely destroyed in a huge fire that could be seen in the skies of southern Jefferson County and downtown Punxsutawney prior to noon on Wednesday.
Perry Township, Lindsey, Marion Center and Plumville volunteer fire companies responded at 11:09 a.m. Wednesday to the Jared W. Clemmer residence at 2738 Beaver Road, North Mahoning Township, to a reported garage fire, which turned out to be a machine shop that was also used as storage for farm equipment.
For more details, check Thursday's print edition of The Spirit.
On Wednesday, students across the area waved goodbye to the 2013-14 school year and welcomed summer vacation. Pictured above are Parkview Elementary Students waving as they leave school for the last time in the next few months. Pictured below are the teachers and staff members, who greeted the buses on their way around the building to wave goodbye to their students one last time this year.
Punxsutawney Public Works employee Jim Phillips (right) is pictured painting crosswalks on Pine Street on Monday with assistance from Ken Bishop.
Not pictured is a third crew member, Bill Shiock.
Read the full story in Wednesday's edition of The Spirit.
These students may look as if all is â€śbusiness as usual,â€ť but it was the last day of school for those at SS.C.D. on Tuesday, as they said farewell to the school year and hello to summer vacation.
We have photos of nearly every single graduate from Friday's graduation ceremony. If you're interested in having your own prints, call The Spirit at 938-8740.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” A Punxsutawney Borough Council member spoke out against a proposed traffic light for the five points intersection at Monday's Public Works Committee meeting.
Read the full story in Tuesday's edition of The Spirit.
The West End Elementary School PTO recently unveiled the "Buddy Bench," which was purchased by the third-grade classes and the West End PTO.
Rose Martino said the Buddy Bench is a place for students to sit when they are lonely and are looking for a friend to play with.
If a student sees a friend sitting on the bench, he or she is encouraged to go over and invite the friend to play.
â€śIt's cool to be kind. Be a buddy, not a bully,â€ť Martino said, adding that the third-graders saw an article in their Scholastic News for a "Buddy Bench."