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Church dinner fundraiser boosts Penns Valley YMCA Church dinner fundraiser boosts Penns Valley YMCA
5 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — A ham loaf dinner was served at New Hope Lutheran Church on March 25 as a fundraiser for the Penns Valley YMCA. Church member Sharon Horner noticed that several YMCA staffers also attend the New Hope church, which has been serving community dinners on the second Saturday of [Read More]
Centre Hall Elementary School hosts family literacy night Centre Hall Elementary School hosts family literacy night
5 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
CENTRE HALL — The Centre Hall Elementary School hosted a family literacy night March 21 to promote at-home family reading habits. The event featured a fairy tale theme, with several stations around the building set up with readings and games based on familiar fairy tales. Students were issued [Read More]
Film military museum in Boalsburg focuses on Huertgen Forest WWII battle Film military museum in Boalsburg focuses on Huertgen Forest WWII battle
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
BOALSBURG — About 30 people attended a screening March 18 of the 2007 German documentary “You Enter Germany: Bloody Huertgen and the Siegfried Line” at the Pennsylvania Military Museum. The film focuses on the World War II battle of Huertgen Forest. Military museum educator Joe [Read More]
VFW Post Closes Its Doors; Members Hope for New Home VFW Post Closes Its Doors; Members Hope for New Home
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sam Stitzer
March 12 marked the end of an era in the village of Potters Mills, as the Veterans of Foreign Wars Smith-Sweetwood Post No. 9575, established in 1947, closed its doors for the last time. [Read More]
Potters Mills VFW closes doors; members hope for new home Potters Mills VFW closes doors; members hope for new home
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
POTTERS MILLS — March 12 marked the end of an era in the village of Potters Mills, as the Veterans of Foreign Wars Smith-Sweetwood Post No. 9575, established in 1947, closed its doors for the last time. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has taken the building by eminent domain to [Read More]
Penns Valley students dig into garden, reading Penns Valley students dig into garden, reading
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
SPINRG MILLS — Jim Flanagan, of the Penns Valley Conservation Association, assisted by Dan Shimp, known as Farmer Dan, visited Penns Valley Elementary and Intermediate School on March 2 assist sixth-grade students with a courtyard garden and read to first-graders. Several sixth-graders [Read More]
2 Penns Valley Girl Scouts earn Gold Awards 2 Penns Valley Girl Scouts earn Gold Awards
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
CENTRE HALL — Jessye Smith and Alexis Witherite, of Girl Scout Troop 40073, were presented Gold Awards during a ceremony at Trinity United Church of Christ on Feb. 25. The Gold Award is the highest award in the Girl Scouting program. According to Girl Scouts of America data, only 5.4 percent [Read More]
Penns Valley Thespians to present ‘Sound of Music’ Penns Valley Thespians to present ‘Sound of Music’
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — “The Sound of Music” will be heard in Spring Mills when the Penns Valley High School Thespians perform the classic musical at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 10, and Saturday, March 11, in the school auditorium. The musical is being directed by Penns Valley band director [Read More]
Centre Hall Cub Scouts learn about lizards during Blue and Gold banquet Centre Hall Cub Scouts learn about lizards during Blue and Gold banquet
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
CENTRE HALL — Cub Scout Pack 20 of Centre Hall held its annual Blue and Gold Banquet on Feb. 18 in the Centre Hall Lions Club building. The 50 Scouts and others in attendance honored the pack’s leaders, volunteers and community supporters. Cubmaster Jesse Weaver presented a brief [Read More]
Penns Valley center tailored to seniors’ needs Penns Valley center tailored to seniors’ needs
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
MADISONBURG — The Penns Valley Senior Center “can be anything the seniors want it to be,” said its manager, Paula Snyder. The senior center is located at 102 Leisure Lane in Madisonburg and is operated by the Centre County Aging Office. It is open to anyone over age 60. Funding [Read More]
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