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Fundraising dinner supports youth center Fundraising dinner supports youth center
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — On April 3, a fundraising dinner was held in the gymnasium of the Old Gregg School Community Center in Spring Mills to benefit the Penns Valley Youth Center, which is located in the Old Gregg School. The center is sponsored by the Penns Valley Community Church which meets in [Read More]
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Penn State engineers show advanced hybrid vehicles Penn State engineers show advanced hybrid vehicles
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — On March 29, The Penn State Advanced Vehicle Team (AVT) hosted a consumer outreach event to educate the community on the benefits of hybrid-fuel vehicles. The site of this event was the Stocker Chevrolet dealership on Benner Pike.  The team spoke about the EcoCAR2 [Read More]
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Centre Hall Cub Scouts host Blue and Gold Banquet Centre Hall Cub Scouts host Blue and Gold Banquet
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
CENTRE HALL — Cub Scout Pack 20 of Centre Hall held its annual Blue and Gold Banquet on March 29 in the social hall of Grace United Methodist Church in Centre Hall. Approximately 50 scouts, leaders and parents gathered and enjoyed a delicious potluck meal. After the meal, Valerie Updegrove, [Read More]
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It's Time to Give Your Vehicle a Spring Cleaning It's Time to Give Your Vehicle a Spring Cleaning
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sam Stitzer
She started up in all those sub-zero mornings and took you through the snow, ice and road salt to work, to school, and over the river and through the woods. But now spring is here, and it's time to clean her up. [Read More]
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Millheim hosts old-time radio show fundraiser Millheim hosts old-time radio show fundraiser
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
MILLHEIM — Walking into the Brementown Ballroom on Main Street in Millheim in the evening of March 21 was like stepping back in time to the golden age of radio. A group of citizens organizing a low-power FM community radio station under the auspices of the Penns Valley Conservation [Read More]
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Julian man opens virtual firing range Julian man opens virtual firing range
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
JULIAN — With the rash of school and workplace shootings and home break-ins flooding the news media in recent times, it came as no surprise to Dave Hockenberry of Julian that many folks would like to learn to use firearms for home defense and protection. In response to that need, Hockenberry [Read More]
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Penns Valley farmer presents money to HOPE Fund Penns Valley farmer presents money to HOPE Fund
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
GREGG TOWNSHIP — Steve Wolfe owns and operates Oak Spring Farm on Middle Road in Gregg Township. Wolfe was recently awarded a $2,500 prize from the Monsanto Corporation as part of its America’s Farmers Grow Communities program. The program, launched in 2010, is intended to support [Read More]
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Awards honor local stream conservation efforts Awards honor local stream conservation efforts
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
CENTRE HALL — The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) held a workshop titled Clean Water, Healthy Lands at the Centre Hall Lions Club on March 14. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is a non-profit organization devoted to the restoration and protection of the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. It was [Read More]
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Penns Valley radio station plans moving forward Penns Valley radio station plans moving forward
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — In July of 2013, a group of Penns Valley citizens met to begin organizing a public access radio station in the Penns Valley area. Recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulation changes have allowed the creation of low-power (100 watts maximum) community access [Read More]
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State Allocates Money for Colyer Lake Repairs State Allocates Money for Colyer Lake Repairs
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sam Stitzer
PFBC has been busy preparing for the repair work to begin. According to the current best estimate, permitting and design work may be completed by September of 2014, and the project will be put out for bids at that time. [Read More]
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