A.J. Meterko, 17, Punxsutawney, celebrates winning first place in the five-mile run during the 32nd annual Run/Walk for Someone Special with a time of 29:56. Event organizer Frank Hetrick holds the ribbon for Meterko.
Friends Mark Manfroni (from left), Brookville; Jennifer Roberts, Punxsutawney; Mark Anthony Sicheri II, Brockport; Aimee Gruda, Punxsutawney; Dave Thompson, Punxsutawney; and Eddie Ceauskire, Reynoldsville, get excited for the Run/Walk.
Among the many teams taking part in Big Brothers Big Sistersâ€™ â€śBowl for Kidsâ€™ Sakeâ€ť March 26 at Groundhog Lanes was â€śThe Mayorâ€™s Team:â€ť (from left) Amanda Winfield, Jeffrey Winfield, Jason Aharrah, Pat Renwick, Charlie Renwick and Mayor Jim Wehrle.
The directors for the 2011 Variety Show â€” (from, left) Tyler Kuntz, art director, Mason Stiver, technical director and Hannah Neal, executive director â€” have devoted much time into making the 2011 Variety Show a success.
The annual Run/Walk for Someone Special will be held Sunday, April 10, at Town Hall in Sykesville, with registration beginning at 1:30 p.m., and the race starting at 3 p.m. Participants may register to take part in one of three activities: A two-mile fun run or walk, a five-mile race; or a half-mile wheelchair race. For a form to collect donations, enter the event or more information, contact Erin Cameron at email@example.com; Stacy Hanzely at firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.jcarc.org. Pre-registration can be done at www.firstgiving.org. Just search Run or Walk for Someone Special.
The 2011 PAHS Variety Show features many superheroes â€” (from left) Jacob Brady, Tige Woodson, Anthony Pascuzzo, Ian Weaver, Nick LaBelle, Joe Long, Michael Gigliotti, Cody Dill, David Roberts and Clint Lingenfelter.