The Punxsutawney Beta Sorority is a group that is dedicated to helping others and making a difference.
On Saturday, July 6, the sorority will be holding its Annual Ethnic Food Fair Fundraiser at the Findley Street Festival, to be held on south Findley Street.
Vendors are invited to set up tables, and whatever money they make they can either keep or donate to a charity.
Money that the sorority raises will go to the Western PA Cares For Kids Child Advocacy Center in Brookville.
Frank Hetrick will be setting up his hot dog stand, and the festival will feature other food stands, games for children and prizes.
The festival will run from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Pictured (from left) are Linda Bittle, secretary of the Betas; Pat Berger, executive director and forensic interviewer for Western PA Cares For Kids; Marlene Shaffer, president of the Betas; and Hetrick, Special Olympics Committee and Board of Directors of Arc.
For more information, including how you can sign up to be a vendor, see Monday's issue of The Spirit.