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Saturday, April 30, 2011

3rd Annual Festival Of Choirs USA Sign Ups Start Today

5-7 Captive Free East Coast

Stoltz Is Blooming With Savings

Friday, April 29, 2011

5-7 Little League Softball Chicken BBQ

May 13 & 14 th Genesee Clean-Up Days

Thursday, April 28, 2011

73rd Roulette Alumni banquet

4-30 Aftet Easter Egg Hunt

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Tri-Town Fish Fry April 30th

Care Giving Positions Available In Potter County

Chicken BBQ April 30th



Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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Pitt-Bradford to graduate its largest class Sunday

PITT-BRADFORD TO GRADUATE ITS LARGEST CLASS SUNDAY

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will graduate its largest class – 335 students – during commencement exercises at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 1, in the KOA Arena of the Sport and Fitness Center.

Internationally renowned opera legend and Bradford native Marilyn Horne will deliver the keynote address.

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

Those graduates from Bradford expected to receive an associate of science degree are Marc D. Ackley and Christopher Shawn Bishop, both in engineering science; Nora McNerney Bottorf, an information systems major; Carolyn Leigh Geiser, Leslie Kate Shallop and Brandon Matthew Wyche, all nursing majors; and Daniel Joseph Wichensky, a petroleum technology major.

Other students from McKean County expected to receive associate of science degrees are Lisa A. Nichols, an information systems major from Duke Center; Helen Bogenschutz, an information systems major from Eldred; Larry Paul Walker II, an information systems major, and Meagan Lynn Buck and Vanessa A. Fiscus, both nursing majors, all of Kane; Kelly L. Bradley, a nursing major from Lewis Run; Steven W. Talkington and Daniel Taylor, both information systems majors from Port Allegany; Emilee Fay Morlock, a nursing major from Rew; Brian K. Munsell, an information systems major, Kristine Noel Ball, a nursing major, and William Lord and Kevin T. Riekofsky, both petroleum technology majors, all from Smethport.

Other students from the region expected to receive associate of science degrees are Timothy G. Hettenbaugh II of Randolph, N.Y.; from Elk County, Denise A. Chiesa and Leah Marie Sample, both nursing majors from Johnsonburg; Brandy D. Hetrick, a nursing major from Kersey; Susan P. Shick, an information systems major from Ridgway; from St. Marys, Brandi Lynn Bartlett and Adam M. Sicheri, both engineering science majors; Dennis W. Glass and Brian Gore, both information systems majors; Jessica Rachel Catalano, Sarah J. D’Amore, Melissa A. Schatz and Elizabeth A. Minnick, all nursing majors; and Ronald A. Green, a petroleum technology major; Cara D. Huff, a nursing major from Weedville; and Donald L. Thornton, a petroleum technology major from Wilcox;

Bruce Coppersmith, an information systems major from Austin; Nicole M. DiPilato, a nursing major from Roulette; Ally Jean Rulander of Russell and Erica Marie Antonuccio of Sheffield, both nursing majors; and Steven Daniel Tachoir, a petroleum technology major from Warren.

Other students from Pennsylvania expected to receive associate of science degrees are Moise G. Muzalier, an engineering science major from Pittsburgh; Christopher B. Finke, a nursing major from Prospect; Andrew F. Denapoli, a petroleum technology major from DuBois; Tyler Kniss, a nursing major from Catawissa; Daniel Giroux, a nursing major from Montgomery; Ross Harrington, a petroleum technology major from Mercer; and Toby H. Abdul-Razaq, a petroleum technology major from Glenside.

Also expected to receive an associate degree of science in nursing is Aubree Veronica Tietbohl of Edwards, Colo.

Students receiving a bachelor’s degree are, from Bradford, Richard A. Couch and John Lonzi, both accounting and business management majors; Christopher Shawn Bishop, applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major; Michael Thomas DeCasper, a biology major; Robert Wayne William Gault, a broadcast communications major; business management majors Karen Ann Costello-Pecht, Lori A. Curcio, David Abram Joseph, Sarah Jane Miller, Nicholas Daniel Palmer, Michele Ann Skaggs, Matthew A. Tingley and Gary S. Truman; Jeremy A. O’Toole, a business management and business education K-12 major; Sara J. Smith and Kellie Wolfel, both chemistry majors; Natasha Mattis, a broadcast communications and social sciences major; Grant Allen, James J. Pascarella and Douglas A. Rose, all computer information systems and technology majors; Jeremiah Stiable, a computer science major;

Criminal justice majors Laura Leigh Bryant, Michelle Ann DeGolier, Nicholas Foster, Charles Roman Lamielle, Wendy Mason and Kelly Stone; Craig R. Dillaman, Seth J. Everett and Claude W. Grove, all economics majors; Greg Edward Gleason, Lauren L. Lawson and Ryan Wesley Miller, all elementary education majors; Lorne Craig Hart, an English major; Joshua Jerome Burkett and Heather R. Schena, environmental studies majors; Molly Curtis, a health and physical education major; Danielle A. Schoonover-Wils, a history-political science major; Destiny LaFaye Palmer DeCasper, a hospitality management major; Susan E. Horton and Benjamin S. Pfeil, both human relations majors; Samila Sosic and Adriana Vaccaro, both interdisciplinary arts majors; Laurie A. Kahle, Jonathan Edward McCracken and Brianna Rychcik, all psychology majors; Amy S. Pire, a social sciences major; and Whitney Lee Cline, Anthony Palumbo and David Michael Verbocy, all sport and recreation management majors.

Other graduates from McKean County are Amanda M. Davis, a sport and recreation management major from Crosby; Lisa A. Brown, a criminal justice major from Cyclone; Karley A. Miller, a broadcast communications major from Derrick City; Saree Page Frederick, an elementary education major, James E. Wankel Jr., a social science major, and Brandon S. Brown, a sport and recreation management major, all from Duke Center; Andrew M. Benjamin, a broadcast communications major from Eldred; Nicole Joy Walter, an elementary education major from Gifford;

From Kane, Nathaniel James Robbins, a biology major; Lauren Rose Bly, a business management major; Christopher J. Bierbower, a criminal justice major; Cassandra Jolene Dougherty, Kathy Magnuson Long and Ashley Marie Mix, all elementary education majors; Tyler Smith, a health and physical education major; Savannah L. Kohut, a hospitality management major; Carson Joseph Kepler, a radiological science major; Diane M. Marold and Jennifer Lynn Teribery, both social sciences majors; Robert Higginbotham, a sport and recreation management major; from Lewis Run, Jennifer Megan Hilmes, an accounting and business management major; Scott A. Motter, an environmental studies major; and Brandon Lee Cook, a health and physical education major; from Mount Jewett, Celinda Austin-Strick, a nursing major;

From Port Allegany, Heather Lynne Kelley, an accounting and business management major; Gwendolin Rae Rush, a business management major; Cody Lee Anderson and Shane Edward Martin, both criminal justice majors; Chad William Saltsman, a health and physical education major; and Barbara Headley, a human relations major; from Smethport, Kristen Marie Kolivoski, an accounting and business management major; Stephanie Lynn Black, an athletic training major; Michael D. Dodge, a business management major; Timothy Daniel Rooke, a criminal justice major; Kelly S. Davis, an elementary education major; Sherry Ann Dumire, an environmental studies major; Vincent Michael Kinniburgh, a health and physical education major; Clinton Cambria Compton, a history-political science major; Dina Lynn LaCoss, a psychology major; and Erin Elizabeth Moyer, a sociology major.

Other graduates from the region are, from Emporium, Justine Bernadette Dillon, a biology major; Alex Davis, a public relations major; and Mary A. Tucker, a sociology major; from Elk County, Jenna Prechtl, a chemistry major from Brockport; Timothy J. Weidow, an interdisciplinary arts major from Byrnedale; Rebecca Marie Mahoney, an English education 7-12 major, and Jaclyn P. Kocjancic, a human relations major, both from Johnsonburg; from Ridgway, James R. Urmann, an accounting major; Kelsey Vanara Klawuhn, an applied mathematics major; Brett D. Herzing and Jazmine J. Kunes, both criminal justice majors; Jessica M. Smith, an environmental studies major; Katherine M. Gerber, a human relations major; Theodore R. Agens, a human relations and social sciences major; Heidi Jo Kucenski, a nursing major; and Carly Rebecca Aiello, a radiological science major;

From St. Marys, Brandi Lynn Bartlett, an applied mathematics major; Matthew S. Gnan, an athletic training major; Jason Nussbaum, a human relations major; Mallory Lynn Samick, a nursing major; Nicole Lyn Gradizzi and Kelly Ann Haberberger, both radiological science majors; Anne Marie McDonough, a social studies education 7-12 major; Ashley R. Neal, a sports medicine major; Melissa S. Lupole, a computer information systems and technology major; and Noelle Elizabeth Dixon, an elementary education major; from Wilcox, Donald L. Thornton, a business management major; Gary William Parks, a computer information systems and technology major; Cari Ann Olewinski, a criminal justice major; Jenna D. Oyler, a human relations major; and Jessica M. Hamilton, a writing major; from Tionesta, Tyler W. Obenrader, a sports medicine major;

From Potter County, Nikki Phillips, an accounting and business management major, and Laura S. McLeod, a computer science major, both from Austin; Naomi Barker, an accounting and business management major, and Jessica Lynn Northeimer, a sociology major, both from Coudersport; Geoffrey Adam Proctor, an environmental studies major from Galeton; from Shinglehouse, Matthew Reiner and Ryan Wichert, both computer information systems and technology majors; Allison M. Anderson and Vogue Alan Bernard, both human relations majors; and Zeke Ezra Drake, a nursing major;

From Warren County, Cara J. Johnson, a hospitality management major, Lindsey Renee Burkey, a nursing major, and Christina Marie Meddock, a social sciences major, all from Clarendon; Alicia Kay Kubecki, a psychology major from Irvine; Janet Arlene Hahn, a business management and hospitality management major, and Jenelle Marie Elmquist, a social studies 7-12 major, both from Sheffield; Tiffany Jean Onoratti, a sports medicine major from Sugar Grove; from Warren, Desiree Barnett, a business management major; Sarah Brittany Dwyer, a business management and business education K-12 major; Jacob Loree, a chemistry major; Sterling Rose Feaster, a criminal justice major; Sidique A. Fofana, an environmental studies major; Laura Marie McAvoy, a hospitality management major; Valerie Simmons Marquis, a human relations major; Treena Leann Holmes Hulings, a social sciences major; and Stephen Howard Abplanalp, a writing major.

From Allegany County, N.Y., Kayla Kelly, a hospitality management major from Angelica, and Wayne L. Hulin, an elementary education major from Bolivar; from Cattaraugus County, N.Y., Heather Marie Snider, a social studies education 7-12 major from Great Valley; Brandon P. Tully, an interdisciplinary arts major from Limestone; Timothy J. Benson, a psychology major from Little Valley; Zachary Thomas Moore, a broadcast communications major, and Sarah B. Rhinehart, a criminal justice major, both from Olean; Phylicia Patterson, a biology major, Alex Michael Woodhead, a business management major, and Wendy L. Eaton, a nursing major, all from Portville; and Amanda Rail, a psychology major from Salamanca.

Other students from Pennsylvania earning degrees are Prashant Gabani, a biology major from Castle Shannon; Kevin M. Erdelack, a public relations and writing major from Cheswick; Vaughn R. Maraccini, a sports medicine major from Imperial; from Pittsburgh, Daniele Cahall, an athletic training major; Deisha Foster, a criminal justice major; Raynard Turner Dickerson, an entrepreneurship major; Zachary Whitney, a history-political science major; and Sarah Jean Dorben, a writing major;

Nicholas William Eckhardt, an applied mathematics major from Springdale; Gino A. Macioce, a criminal justice major from Verona; Rebecca Helen Carlson, an elementary education major from Kittanning; Sarah Zilavy, an accounting and business management major from Fombell; Matthew Deem, a sport and recreation management major from Midland; Heather E. Sallada, a sports medicine major from Sinking Spring; Tiffany Ann Robert, an elementary education major from Athens; Adam DeNault, a biology major from New Albany; Jeremy C. Grove, a sport and recreation management major from Sayre; Brianna Raquel Pollock, a broadcast communications major from Doylestown; Immanuel Witt Diamant, a biology and psychology major from New Hope; Michael Taylor, a computer science major from Pipersville; Revathi Jangiti, a biology major, and Rahul Jangiti, a chemistry major, both from Quakertown; Angelena Faherty, a history-political science major from Southampton;

Jason Fair, an accounting and business management major, and Amanda S. Dillon, an English and English education 7-12 major, both from Butler; Jennifer Nicole Cunfer, a sports medicine major from Lehighton; from Philadelphia, Erich Jonathan Ferdinand Prantl-Bartlett, a history-political science major, Shaquana Jefferson, a biology major; Khyra L. Daniels, a broadcast communications major; Armani Delores Beckett, an English major; Quintoria Erica Smith, a human relations major; and Eunjin Kim, a radiological science major;

Ryan M. Monoski, a criminal justice major from Centre Hall; Lauryn M. Weaver, a sport and recreation management major from Port Matilda; Corey Robert Priester, an environmental studies major from Rimersburg; Justin J. Bifano, a sport and recreation management major from Shippenville; Philip A. Solley, a criminal justice major from Grampian; Michael William Archer, a psychology major from Catawissa; Meghan Jane Fetterman, a chemistry major from Orangeville; Sarah Lynn Stutzman, a business management major from Centerville; Kaylee M. Goldsmith, a criminal justice major, and Jason Douglas Peters, a mathematics education 7-12 major, both from Conneaut Lake; Daniel Allen Johnson, a business management major, and Monica James, a human relations major, both from Meadville; Amena Al-Bawi, a business management major from Spartansburg; Patricia Nicole Tyler, a business management major from Springboro;

From Titusville, Courtney Marie Graham, an elementary education major; Tamra L. Caton, Jennifer Lyne Kuberry, Katherine Nancy Morrison and Kathleen A. Plyler, all business management majors; Sarah Lynn Campbell and Barbera L. Macormac, both human relations majors; and Lauren Ann McKee, a radiological science major;

Eamon Kelley, a sport and recreation management major from Harrisburg; Tabitha Marie Ryan, an athletic training major from Albion; Caitlyn Rae Catalfu, a business management major from Corry; Andrew Sarbak, an athletic training major, Alyssa Marie Smith, a business management major, Andrew Jon Braeger, an interdisciplinary arts major, and Erica Marie Grode, a psychology major, all from Erie; Jessica Lynn Bogart, an accounting and business management major, and Christopher R. Wakley, a sports medicine major, both from North East; Tarrah E. Herman, a psychology major from Wattsburg; Rachel Ann McMinn, a sports medicine major from Falls Creek; Michael Vilogi, an interdisciplinary arts major from Clarks Summit; Alexis Gammaitoni, a broadcast communications major from Dunmore; Alyssa Villano, a public relations major from South Abington Township;

Jason Anthony Whitaker, an English major from Scranton; Jessica Lynn Mockler, a nursing major from Lancaster; Scott J. Burton, a criminal justice major, and Sophie Brandenburg, a nursing major, both of Ellwood City; Martin R. and Michael Cipriano, both business management majors from New Castle; Brendan Gallagher, a criminal justice major, also from New Castle; Janelle Brooke Krisulevicz, an elementary education major from Larksville; Michael Alexander Sheets, an English major from Mountain Top; Joseph DiLeone, an accounting major from Saylorsburg; Morgan Washington, a human relations major from Abington; Rachel Towsey, a business management major from Ambler; Nicholas Arrington Jones, a writing major from Ardmore; Dallas Slessler, an English major from Danville; Justin Mann, an accounting major from Northampton;

Rebecca Lynne Brandt, a sports medicine major from Northumberland; Danielle Little, a public relations major from Sunbury; Mark J. Waidell, a broadcast communications major from Tamaqua; Drew Anthony Shaffer, a business management major from Friedens; Angelica Rose West, a nursing major from Brackney; Celeste Kearns, an elementary education major from Covington; Danielle Renae Costley, an accounting and business management major from Lawrenceville; Joshua William Parslow, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Westfield;

Alisha Marie Wisel, a sport and recreation management major from Lewisburg; Angela Rodgers, a human relations major from Pleasantville; Jordan W. Meyers, a chemistry major, James Joseph Roberts, an environmental studies major, and Scott Thomas Pastorius, a sports medicine major, all from McDonald; Michael T. Reeder, a writing major from Murrysville; Vanessa Lynn Durland, a criminal justice major from Meshoppen; and Yvon Woappi, a biology major from Hanover.

Other students from New York expected to graduate are Brent Daniel George, a history-political science and social studies education 7-12 major from Arkport; Cory J. Gallagher, a biology major, and Jessica L. Clark, an English education 7-12 major, both from Rochester; Michael T. Evans, a sports medicine major from Vestal; Michael M. Moyer Jr., a hospitality management major form Bemus Point; Stacie D. Wickerham, a health and physical education major from Greenhurst; Samantha R. Marsh, a biology major from Kennedy; Brian Timothy Rocque, a sports medicine major from Silver Creek; Justin A. Bullard, an athletic training major from Sinclairville; Christopher Hooks, a health and physical education major from Elmira; Jillian A. Kreitzer, an elementary education major from Horseheads; Gary W. Schmelzer Jr., an accounting major from Depew;

Andrew Buyea, a human relations major, and Joseph Francis Coppola III, a sport and recreation management major, both from Orchard Park; Kristine C. Hughes, a sports medicine major from West Hempstead; Betty Barro, a history-political science major from New York; Allan Joseph Angus Parton, an English major from Liverpool; Daniel P. Heisey, an accounting and business management major from Rexville; Alexandra N. Palumbo, a sports medicine major from Commack; Lindsey M. Rice, a broadcast communications major from Queensbury; Jacob Scott DeVolder, a business management major from Newark; and Brandon Skawienski, a biology major from Varysburg.

Other students expected to graduate Sunday are Romainne Harrod, an English major from Phoenix, Ariz.; Lyndon Coquia Orinion, a computer information systems and technology major from Washington, D.C.; Lloyd Holmes and Arnetta Cheri Thomas, both sports medicine majors from Washington, D.C.; Peter M. Petrusic, an athletic training major from Columbia, Md.; Joseph DiPasquale, an economics major from Clementon, N.J.; Daniel James Rose, a business management major from Geneva, Ohio; James Ashley, a criminal justice major from Jefferson, Ohio; Jacquelyn Therese Podrasky, a sports medicine major from Medina, Ohio.

coudersport theatre 4-29 thru 5-2

Monday, April 25, 2011

Camp application

Choral Concert

4-30 Ham and Leek Dinner

Saturday, April 23, 2011

5-7 ;Mother-Daughtter Banquet

Friday, April 22, 2011

Jonny On The Spot

Jonny On The Spot

Need A Porta-Jon?


Thursday, April 21, 2011

Ham & Leek Dinner At Sweden Valley Grange Hall

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Watson's Auto Body

Oswayo Valley Library Favorite Pet Contest

6-11 Allegheny River Riders

texas holdem

Stoltz Car Deals For April

4-22 North Bingham Church Come To The Movies

Good Friday Service

Come to the Movies
Showing
The Passion of the Christ
North Bingham Community Church
2231 Bingham Center Rd
North Bingham, PA
Friday, April 22nd At 7pm
ALL ARE WELCOME
FREE ADMISSION
Popcorn and Drinks provided

Student Desk For Sale

Student Desk For Sale

Student Desk in good condition asking price 50.00.
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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Coudersport Theatre 4-22

Monday, April 18, 2011

Part Time Help Wanted At COS Wireless

4-23 Easter Egg Hunt Otto TWP Park

5-21 Comprehensive Blood Analysis

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Thursday, April 14, 2011

4-26 Roulette Chamber Of Commerce Meeting

4-23 Master Gardener Spring Clinic

Texas Holdem Tournament Saturday At St. Eulalia

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Chicken BBQ & Kids Fishing Contest Saturday At Fairgrounds

Haskins Photography

Free Scrap Metal Pickup

Gail's Guesthouse

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Fish Fry At Roulette Firehall Friday

5-4 Special Olylmpics Track and Field

4-16 Chicken Barbeque

Alliance Day CAre & Preschool Programs

4-15 Round and Square Dance

Nothern Tier Camp Cadet 5-20

Easter Egg Hunt At The Spot April 16th