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Penn State Cooperative Extension welcomes new board members, honors exiting ones

February 16, 2013

Michel Pifer, president (left), and Louise Christofor, treasurer, were honored by the Penn State Cooperative Extension’s Jefferson County Extension at its annual dinner for their years of service. They are pictured with their certificates at the Roseville Grange, where the annual dinner was held on Tuesday. (Photo by Larry McGuire/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

ROSEVILLE — Penn State Cooperative Extension’s Jefferson County Extension held its annual dinner at the Roseville Grange and elected four people to its extension board for 2013.

Don Tanner, extension director, honored two people who are coming off the board; Michel Pifer, president; and Louise Christofor, treasurer.

Tanner said he will miss their services on the board and asked that they would keep the extension in mind to serve again in the future.
He then presented both of them with certificates of service.

The featured speaker at the dinner was Martin Bucknavage, Senior Food Safety Extension associate, who spoke on Food Safety Risks — Managing Perspectives.

Read more in Saturday's print edition of The Punxsutawney Spirit.

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