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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Autism Project

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

5-8-10 Ham & Leek Dinner

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Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers to Hold 7th Annual Meeting

The Board of Directors of the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers has set a date for its seventh annual meeting. It will be held on Thursday, May 27, 2010 beginning at 8:00 am at the Towanda Country Club on Route 6 East of Towanda.

The theme of the 7th Annual Meeting is “Cultivating the Seeds of Inspiration.” Recognition will be given to the newest members of the CFTT Visionary Society. Featured will be the announcement of the newest professional advisor to receive the CFTT’s prestigious award called Partners in Philanthropy.

In addition the CFTT has instituted an award for its Board members who have served out their full terms with distinction. The first tow member to be recognized by the CFTT as Honorary Board Members will be announced.

The guest speaker is Rita O’Hara, a Special Education teacher for the Athens Area School District who was the recipient of a Curriculum Enhancement grant. She used the grant funds to purchase computers and software for her classroom to improve the reading skills of primarily her first and second grade students.

She will speak about her experiences in her classroom with students who have been identified as needing specific interventions in order to be able to succeed in school. The software allows each child to work on his/her own areas of weakness.

In addition, the meeting will give recognition to the new funds established in 2009, CFTT donors and the work of the County Advisory Boards. The 2009 CFTT Annual Report will be presented to the community for the first time.

The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers (CFTT) a non-profit public foundation established in 2002 by a diverse group of local leaders and residents encourages community philanthropy to enhance the quality of life for those who reside in Bradford, Potter, Sullivan and Tioga Counties in Pennsylvania and Tioga County in New York State.

Marilyn Bok, CEO, stated: “The potential for good in the future is only limited by the generosity of the people of the region. Our funds are raised locally and are used to meet local needs. It is a very exciting time for us. We are growing very rapidly and although this increases the workload you get a real sense of satisfaction in being able to experience the fruits of your labor. You know in the end all the hard work on everyone’s part will all be worth it. You can already see the benefits of this community foundation.”

If you have an interest in attending the annual meeting, please call or email the Foundation office to make reservations. There is no cost to attend. Also, anyone interested in learning more about the CFTT or in establishing a fund can contact the organization by any of these methods: telephone - 570-888-4759; fax - 570-888-2179; email - cftt@stny.rr.com; or website - www.twintierscf.org. Our office is located at 104 West Lockhart Street, Sayre, PA.

Potter-Tioga Maple Festival Schedule 2010

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286 PITT-BRADFORD STUDENTS TO GRADUATE SUNDAY

286 PITT-BRADFORD STUDENTS TO GRADUATE SUNDAY

BRADFORD, Pa.—Two hundred eighty-six students will graduate from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford during commencement exercises at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 2, in the KOA Arena of the Sport and Fitness Center.

Dave Wannstedt, former National Football League coach and head football coach for the University of Pittsburgh, will deliver the keynote address.

The commencement will also be broadcast live at www.upb.pitt.edu/commencement.aspx.

Those graduates from Bradford receiving associate degrees are Cindy M. Cavallero, Terri L. Hushon, and Staci Lee Otto, all liberal studies majors; and Natalie M. Brown, Charlotte J. Muckinhaupt, and Kathleen A. Pedine, all nursing majors.

Other students receiving associate degrees are Marley Jean Tallyen, a nursing major from Emporium; John Michael Urmann, III, a liberal studies major, and nursing majors Nicole M. Brigger and Megan LeAnn Delhunty, all from Ridgway;

Charlotte M. Beimel, Marissa Therese Housler, Tonya L. Klaiber, Stephanie L. Nero, and Tracy A. Rusalem, all nursing majors, and Paul Fledderman and James P. Gerg, both petroleum technology majors, all from St. Marys;

Kelly Lee Myers, a nursing major from Wilcox; Lori A. Lucas, a nursing major, and Kelley Moyer, a petroleum technology major, both from Warren; Terri L. Dynda, a petroleum technology major from Austin; Richard P. Blackman III, an information systems major from Duke Center;

Sara Gigliotti, a nursing major from Kane; Pamela J. Eschrich, a petroleum technology major, and Kevin Lee Ritts, a nursing major, both from Mount Jewett; Meagan Marie Culver, a nursing major from Port Allegany;

Rachel Marie Darrah and Sunni Edinger, both nursing majors; Kurt Covert, an information systems major, and Joel Jacob Kohler, an engineering science major, all from Smethport;

Kody M. Haney, a petroleum technology major from Scio, N.Y.; Brandon J. Cipriani, a liberal studies major from Monaca; Christopher Michael Leonard, an information systems major from New Brighton; Ryan M. Tuck, a petroleum technology major from Butler; Angela Darlene Garris, a nursing major from Karns City; Jacob Peiffley, a petroleum technology major from Saegertown;

Angelica West, a nursing major from Brackney; Kristine Zubler, a nursing major from Churchville; Yovanie Chery, a nursing major from Philadelphia; and Lyndon Coquila Orinion, an engineering science major from Washington, D.C.;

Students receiving bachelor’s degrees from Bradford are Matthew D. Daugherty and Amy Pierce, both accounting and business management majors; Valerie Soriano, an accounting major; Sofia Brien and Kenneth Dale Baldwin, both business management majors; Stacey Marie Burns, a broadcast communications major; Florence A. Antrim, a social sciences major; Leanna R. Cameron, an entrepreneurship major;

Carly Rose Ambuske, a biology major; Kellie Wolfel, a chemistry major; Grant H. Allen and David M. Kemick, both computer information systems and technology majors; Alexander Shenoy, a computer science major; Michael Von Esch, Ashley M. Shade, and William Updegrove, all criminal justice majors;

Jennifer Kay Bradish, Stefanie M. Herrmann, Evan Luciano, Shawn Michael Spindler, and Emilee Ann Vickery, all sports medicine majors; Adam Randall Turner, a writing major;

Audrey M. Darling, an elementary education major; Jessica Nicole Boardman, an English education 7-12 major; James Allen Kinney, an environmental education K-12 major; Stephanie Ann Cottillion and Stephen J. Schiappa Jr., both health and physical education majors;

Joshua Burkett and Joshua P. Holleran, both environmental studies majors; David Monroe, a nursing major; Katherine Evelyn Nussbaum, Steffan A. Shade, and Erica Wallace, all history/political science majors; Curtis E. Buchanan, a hospitality management major; Elizabeth Jane Groce, a psychology major;

Laurie A. Craft, a public relations major; Aimee Lyn Appleby, Jennifer Ellen Callahan, and Jennifer Lynn Yohe, all sociology majors; and Joshua R. Britton, Benjamin McCracken, and Daniel J. Reese, all sport and recreation management majors;

Others receiving bachelor’s degrees are Amanda Michelle Santaniello, a radiological science major from Brockway; Elizabeth Ann Fair, a business management major from Custer City; Melissa Ann Hicky, a history/political science major, and Brianne Marissa Pedine, an elementary education major, both from Derrick City;

Misty Kay McCann, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Duke Center; Amanda B. Anderson, a criminal justice major, and Jacob Daniel Canaan, a history/political science major, both from Eldred; Jillian Kay Hamilton, a mathematics education 7-12 major from Gifford;

Katherine E. Danielson, a criminal justice major, Stacy A. Postlewait, a sociology major, and Sarah Sue Swanson, a chemistry major, all from Kane; Nikki Phillips and Hope Elizabeth Ruffner, both accounting and business management majors, Stephen W. Hale, a criminal justice major, Shandra G. Wilson, a human relations major, and Danielle Marie Norgrove, an elementary education major, all from Lewis Run;

Michael Jay Hadden, an environmental studies major, and Mallory Stewart, a sport and recreation management major, both from Port Allegany; Donald Adna Robbins, an accounting and business management major from Rixford; Susan F. Thompson, a biology major from Roulette;

Ali L. Mertsock, an elementary education major, Jessica J. Visseau, an English and English education 7-12 major, Leo E. Carpenter, a computer science major, Tarra J. James, a sport and recreation management major, and Blake Edward Alton Maxson, a business management major, all from Shinglehouse;

Marie Lyn Tarbox and Tiffany J. Kibble, both elementary education majors, Danielle Dodge, a mathematics 7-12 major, Benjamin Franklin Babcox, a broadcast communications major, Oliver Davis McCartney, a criminal justice major, Tracy Lynn Tanner, a social sciences major, and Julie Mapes, a computer information systems and technology major, all from Smethport;

Andrea M. Fields, an elementary education major from Driftwood; Jerry Beichner, a public relations major, Sheri L. Harrier, an elementary education major, Laura Jean Lucas, a biology major, and Rhonda Renee Vought, a hospitality management major, all from Emporium;

Megan Jean Clyde, a sports medicine major from Falls Creek; Melissa Konen and Theresa Ann Thorwart, both nursing majors, and Luke A. Streich Jr., a sport and recreation management major, all from Johnsonburg; Wesley D. Harshbarger, an elementary education major from Kersey;

Miranda Pauline Miraglia and Jessica M. Smith, both environmental studies majors, Carly Rebecca Aiello, a radiological science major, and David Kosakowski and Adair Rohr, both nursing majors, all from Ridgway;

Geraldine Marie Vogt, a public relations major, Noel Bartlett, a psychology major, Kristin Marie Braun and Kelly Ann Haberberger, both radiological science majors, Brock R. Wennin, an elementary education major, and Angela M. Meyer, a nursing major, all from St. Marys;

Jessica Lee Kalkhof, a psychology major from Sigel; Kelli Mae Nelson, a criminal justice major, and Dana Katheryn Ahlberg, a business management major, both from Wilcox; Brittany Jean Barnes, a chemistry major from Butler; Elizabeth Ann Courson, a biology major, and Christopher Alan Reagle, a business management major, both from New Castle;

Edward Russell Prada, a sports medicine major from Greenville; Andrew Finzel, an elementary education major from Sharon; Shawna Lyn Hardy, a public relations major from Wampum; Nathan P. Carmichael, an environmental studies and petroleum technology major from Rimersburg;

Brian Palm, a human relations major, Sean Joseph Tarleton, an environmental studies major, and Geoffrey Michael Flowers, a business management major, all from Oil City; Danielle Marie Salsgiver, a biology and biology education 7-12 major from Clarendon;

Samantha T. Williams, a broadcast communications major, Tressa L. Hornstrom, an accounting major, and Alicia Kay Kubecki, a psychology major, all from Irvine; Kayla Anne Bourgeois, a sports medicine major, and Melissa Renee Hamilton, a biology major, both from Meadville;

Lynn M. Flasher, an athletic training major from Pittsfield; Jacqueline Christine Foley, a psychology major from Pleasantville; Tori Lynn Darling, an athletic training major from Russell;

Lauren Danielle Bulicz, a criminal justice major, Chelsea M. Dunn, a chemistry major, and Emily S. Fitch, a sports medicine major, all from Sheffield; Katherine Pitner, a criminal justice major from Sugar Grove; Claudia Bernat, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Tidioute;

James M. Turner, a human relations major, and Heather Nicole Jordan, a business management and hospitality management major, both from Tiona; Elsie M. Mott, a human relations major, and business management majors Renae Bowens, Kayli M. Cramer, Ian T. Long, Jennifer L. Stewart, and Marian Wencil-Tracey, all from Titusville;

Erin L. Baxter, an environmental studies major, Rachel A. Thayer, a social sciences major, and Amber Ostrowski, a biology major, all from Warren; Lindsey K. Green, a human relations major from Townville; Paula A. Deeter, a business management major from Utica; Rebecca J. Ramsey, an elementary education major from Albion;

Tracy Lynne Perkins, a chemistry major from Bear Lake; Sara R. Snyder, a business management major from Centerville; Benjamin Cade Braswell, a human relations major from Corry; Joshua L. Malone, a business management and economics major from East Springfield; James Tucker, a sports medicine major from Sharon;

Valerie Jean Oddo, a business management major from McKean; Gregory Cook, a sport and recreation management major from North East; Amy J. Emick, a human relations major, and Stacie N. Bova, an elementary education major, both from Spartansburg; Tarrah E. Herman, a psychology major from Wattsburg; Jason M. Copeland, a biology major from West Springfield;

Robert J. McFadden, a criminal justice major, Sarah H. Lorya, a history/political science and social sciences major, and Zachary D. Work, an applied mathematics and economics major, all from Erie. Ashlee Rebekah McQuown, an athletic training major from Glasgow;

Leevan Jefferson, an entrepreneurship major from Cheswick; Matthew Glover, a biology major from New Brighton; Scott Grabowski, an accounting major from New Kensington; Michelle Ann Kushner, an accounting and business management major from McKees Rocks; April M. Geiselman, an environmental studies major from Turtle Creek; Jeanine Michele Vento, a business management major, and Ryan Clemence, a hospitality management major, both from Pittsburgh;

Jacqueline Irwin, an elementary education major from Clearfield; Jon B. McGary, a sports medicine major from Curwensville; Timothy Joseph Woughter, a criminal justice major from Gillett; Erin Christine Bowen, a criminal justice major from Mansfield; Adam Joseph Farrell, a business management major from Middlebury Center;

Jarrett O. Westfall, a business management major from Halifax; Von Scheivert, a sports medicine major from Mechanicsburg; Samantha Rose Hockenberry, a biology major from Spring Run; Joshua Lane Yagel, a broadcast communications major from Muncy; Stefanie Corcoran, a chemistry education 7-12 major from Elysburg;

Thomas Talty, a computer science major from Lewisburg; Rebecca Lynne Brandt, a sports medicine major from Northumberland; Melissa Matula, a nursing major from Bath; Kathryn Roth, a nursing major from Bethlehem; Nathan Evans, a business management and sport and recreation management major from Coopersburg;

Crystal Ziegenfus, a broadcast communications major from Palmerton; Stephanie Nicole Petchel, a broadcast communications major from Beaver Meadows; Ryan E. Oliver, a business management and economics major from Brodheadsville; Donell Keith Knight, a sport and recreation management major from Mount Pocono;

Bruno Pierri Galvao, a computer science major from Clarks Summit; Chelsea Lynn Marcho, a biology major from Clifford; Christopher Brian Tewksbury, an accounting and business management major from Laceyville; Jordan Ercolani, a business management and economics major from Larksville;

Delia A. White, a business management and economics major from Mountain Top; Matthew Joshua Lee, an accounting and business management major from New Albany; Madison Ryan Lee, a chemistry major from Ulster; Christopher Ryan Powers LaLicata, a history/political science major from Doylestown;

LeeAnn Kramer, a human relations major from Perkasie; Matthew C. Savicki, a computer information systems and technology major from Telford; John Erthal, a sports medicine major from Fort Washington; Andrew Ji Hwang, a business management major from Horsham; Anne Brittany Morgan, a business management major from Havertown;

Donald Abanquah, a biology major, and Angelique Royale Lindsay, Evamarie Wimbush, and Charles Saad Carn, business management majors, all from Philadelphia; Ross Sharkey, a business management and writing major from Downingtown;

Rhys Thomas West, a sports medicine major from West Chester; Allyson Marie Tacchi, a nursing major from West Grove; Robin Pile, a hospitality management major from Audubon; Adam Petko, a business management major from Blue Bell;

Adrianne A. Dias, a sports medicine major from Brooklyn, N.Y.; Peter G. Fay, a business management major from Clinton, N.Y.; Brian C. Putney, a business management major from East Aurora, N.Y.; Aaron P. Stang, a business management major from Hamburg, N.Y.;

Jena L. Metzger, a hospitality management major from Lancaster, N.Y.; Michael Allan Ridge, a sports medicine major from North Tonawanda, N.Y.; Margaux Lindley Stalker, a sport and recreation management major from Orchard Park, N.Y.; Jolene M. Wulff, a sports medicine major from Springville, N.Y.;

Stephanie Lee Adams, a psychology major from West Valley, N.Y.; Patrick J. McAnaney, a criminal justice major from Blasdell, N.Y.; Samantha Wilkinson, a health and physical education major from Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Hannah R. Goeggelman, an athletic training major from Fairport, N.Y.;

Richard L. McCulloch, a history/political science major from Romulus, N.Y.; Amanda Marie Shaw, an athletic training major from Warsaw, N.Y.; Cynthia Centola and Michelle L. Centola, both biology majors from Rochester, N.Y.; Christopher Hammond, a health and physical education major from Jamestown, N.Y.;

Brittany L. Linderman, a public relations major, Samantha Marie Snyder, a criminal justice major, Sean Michael Marvin, a sport and recreation management major, and Brian McCann, an accounting and business management major, all from Allegany, N.Y.;

Shane Phillips, an elementary education and writing major from Ellicottville, N.Y.; Dina Elizabeth Dry, an English major from Killbuck, N.Y.; Kelsie Renee Griesbaum and Janel Christina Rounsville, both hospitality management majors from Limestone, N.Y.;

Kristin E. Gutowski, an elementary education major from Little Genesee, N.Y.; Jennifer Lynn Forney, a hospitality management major, and Karen J. Whelpley, a business management major, both from Olean, N.Y.; Christopher M. Cecchi, a business management major from Portville, N.Y.; John Edward Bradshaw, a criminal justice major from Randolph, N.Y.;

Eric Ross Gillis, a sports medicine major from Breesport, N.Y.; John E. Dye, a criminal justice major from Hornell, N.Y.; Caleb A. Landmesser, a history/political science major from Horseheads, N.Y.; Laura Dawn Reed, a radiological science major from Wellsville, N.Y.; Brandyn M. Austin, a sports medicine major from Elmira, N.Y.;

Michael E. Chandler, a history/political science major from North Attleboro, Mass.; Shruti A. Thakkar, a radiological science major from Norwich, Conn.; Youngmahn Moon, a business management major from Tenafly, N.J.;

Tareka M. Walston, an accounting and business management major from Washington, D.C.; Nicholas Omohodion Olumese, a sports medicine major from Fort Washington, Md.; Erikah Eileen James, a biology major from Baltimore, Md.; Christina M. Rossi, a criminal justice major from Lorton, Va.; Kara Lyn Karr, an elementary education major from Fayetteville, N.C.;

Andrew William Lipps, a sport and recreation management major from Conneaut, Ohio; Amanda Groth, an athletic training major from Macedonia, Ohio; Matthew John Lamade, a criminal justice major from Medina, Ohio; and Jaclyn D. Headley, a broadcast communications major from Eagle River, Alaska.

Olga

5-1-2010 Hanging Basket Sale

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Harrison Township Public Notice

Coudersport Theatre 04-30 thru 05-03

Monday, April 26, 2010

Potter County Revised

Sunday, April 25, 2010

5-8-10 American Eagles Chicken BBQ

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Solomon's Ads Get Results

5-1-10 Red Sprucve Trail Hike

4-27-10 Hebron Dinner

Friday, April 23, 2010

Tom Martin At Olga Cafe'--Gallery Saturday

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Baker's Auto Detailing

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Bloof Drive Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

5-9-10 Mothers Day Breakfast at Legion

Austin VFW Offering Free Memberships

Jakob's Hollow At Olga

Monday, April 19, 2010

Women In The Wilds

Coudersport Theatre 4-23 thru 4-26

CDL Driver Wanted

Olga's

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Austin vfw

Saturday, April 17, 2010

5-1-10 West End Chicken BBQ

4-23-10 Spring Luncheon At Park United Methodist

Friday, April 16, 2010

4-27-10 Emergency Preparedness Carnival

5-8-10 58th Leek Dinner At Germania

Cabin Shells Starting At $29,500.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Ham & Leek Dinner at Sweden Valley Grange

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

kioi nenefit

801 North Main Laundromat

4-17-10 Ham & Leek Dinner

5-22-10 Clam Bake

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Fish Prints

Coudersport Theatre 4-16 Thur 4-19

4-17-10 Odin Grange Square Dances

Monday, April 12, 2010

Big Consignment Auction Saturday In Coudersport

stevens 4-12

Dice Run Saturday April 17th In Ulysses

Saturday, April 10, 2010

4-25-10 Kio Benefit

Solomon's Rental Listings

Friday, April 9, 2010

4-17-10 Odin Grange Square Dances

Sunshine

4-17-10 Genesee Bake Sale

4-10-10 CVFD Chicken BBQ