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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Stoltz Blowout Sale

9-11 T Shirts For The Adelphia Reunion

T shirts are available to order!!!

They will be red with the adelphia logo on the front and back with Reunion 2011 also on the back.

The prices are as follows
s.m.l.xl are 14.00
2 xl 15.00
3xl 17.00


Lynn Farber will be doing the shirts for us... If you want one please send your size and payment to me so I can get them ordered.

We need the orders by the 28th of August so we can be sure she can get them done. You can send your reservation and shirt payment in one check if you want too...

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Adam Johnson State Farm Agent

9-11 Adelphia Reunion



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2011 Summer Rabies Clinic Schedule For Potter County

9-11 Adelphia Reunion

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Lyman RunState Park July 4th Program

Monday, June 27, 2011

7-1 thru 7-3 Cherry Springs State Park

8-3 Potter County Junior Holstein Club



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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Shinglehouse Summerfest 5 K Run/2K Walk

7-10 Grass Drags Ceres, NY

Saturday, June 25, 2011

7-2 Summerfest 5k Run/2k Walk Shinglehouse

8-13 Potter County Honor Guard's Fund Raiser

Friday, June 24, 2011

Sinnemahoning State Park Programs for July 2

Pontoon Boat Tours At Sinnemahoning

Morning Kayak Paddle At Sinnemahoning State Park

Learn About Dragonflies Friday At Sinnemahoning State Park

Registration Form For Dickinson 5K Run/Walk

Dickinson 5 K Run/Walk In Ridgway July 23rd--Registration Open Now

Thursday, June 23, 2011

BG's Engine Clinic Has Briggs & Stratton Master Certified Technician

BG's Engine Clinic is pleased to announce one of the area's first Briggs & Stratton Master Certified Technicians on staff to service your power equipment needs.

The Briggs & Stratton Master Certification coursework and testing is some of the most rigorous in the industry, and achieving Master Certification status is quite an accomplishment- Even the Plaque is hand-delivered by a company representative, and photos taken for the company's website. In order to maintain the MST Status, an MST technician must complete 8 educational credits each and every year, complete all required certification testing, and keep up on the latest in modern small engine technology as used on generators, water pumps, lawn & Garden Equipment, Diesels, and more. When you have your equipment serviced by a Master Service Technician, you can rest assured that the job will be done right!

BG's Engine Clinic is an Authorized Servicing Dealer for all Briggs & Stratton Outdoor Power Equipment and Engines, with a fully equipped repair facility and the latest technology available, at a very affordable price. For More information about BG's Engine Clinic, just visit http://bgsengineclinic.com/ , and to see a selection of many of our popular parts and products, visit our online store at http://shop.bgsengineclinic.com/

Coudersport Theatre 6-24 thru 6-30

Stoltz Of Coudersport Celebrating 25 Years Of Business

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

4th Annual Fun Fest & Turtle Race July 2, 2011

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

7-2 Sweden Feedin' Chicken BBQ

6-24/25 Public programs at Cherry Springs State Park

Saturday, June 18, 2011

6-24/25/27 Thru 7-2 St. Eulalia's 57th Annual Rummage Sale

IT'S THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR!

The 57th Annual Rummage Sale, sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of the Americas, will be held June 24th and 25th and June 27th through July 2nd at St. Eulalia's Parish Center in Coudersport.

Hours are from 10AM to 6PM each day.


A raffle for an L.L.Bean cooler bag containing over 40 items for a gourmet picnic is also being held.

Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and may be purchased at the sale. The winning ticket will be drawn
on July 2nd at 4PM.

A variety of homemade breads will be available for purchase.


The amount of merchandise this year is larger than ever with clothing of all types for all ages, many articles brand new, others gently worn plus housewares, electronics, decorative pieces, books, toys, furniture and Christmas items to name a few.

Especially during these uncertain economic times, this sale provides good quality merchandise at minimal cost. Shoppers will find an abundance of "treasures" and bargains galore at this very popular sale.

6-25 Chicken BBQ Hebron Union Church

Friday, June 17, 2011

6-19 Fathers Day Breakfast Port Moose

7-8 thru 7-10 Elkland Jubilee

Coudersport Theatre 6-17 Thru 6-23

Stoltz Of Coudersport

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Texas Holdem

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

6-25 Drumtrail show on the square

Drumtrail show on the square

On Saturday June 25 from 6 - 7 p.m. Bill Pate will Present Drumtrail on the Port Allegany Town Square. The S W Smith Library and Bookmobile's summer reading club invites the public to join them for Drumtrail; an hour of free fun family entertainment.

This show is a combination of music, storytelling and comedy with a little audience participation. It's fun for the whole family. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. The show will go on rain or shine. In case of rain the performance will be moved to the Moose Club.

6-17 Allegheny Mountainaires Square Dancing VFW

6-18 Support Our Troops Bike Run

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

6-18 Cherry Springs Events

6-18 Benefit at Seneca Inn

Spaghetti Dinner Benefit June 18 In Port Allegany

6-20 thur 6-24 Vacation Bible School Turtlepoint

6-19 Fathers Day Breakfast Galeton

Monday, June 13, 2011

Huge Tent Sale Friday & Saturday In Port Allegany

6-19 Fathers Day Breakfast Coudersport

Friday, June 10, 2011

Vacation Bible School In Ulysses June 13 thru June 17th

Flag Day Specials All Week At Stoltz Of Coudersport

Thursday, June 9, 2011

6-11 Cherry Springs Programs

Hymn Sing At Sartwell Creek Union Church On Sunday, June 26

Now Hiring School Bus Drivers

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Square & Couples Dancing June 10 In Port Allegany

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Music On The Lawn At Ulysses Library June 13 & 20

PITT-BRADFORD RELEASES SPRING TERM DEAN’S LIST

PITT-BRADFORD RELEASES SPRING TERM DEAN’S LIST

BRADFORD, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has released its Dean’s list for the Spring 2011 semester. Dean’s list status is awarded to full-time students who have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Those earning a grade point average of 4.0 from Bradford were Thomas Robert Taylor, a junior business management major; Joshua Nathaniel Poorman, a junior environmental studies major; Destiny LaFaye Palmer-DeCasper, a senior hospitality management major; Kaitlin Marie Zapel, a senior human relations major; and Krista M. Perkins, a senior sociology major.

Other students from Pennsylvania earning a 4.0 were Jeremy S. Freer, a senior broadcast communications major from Cyclone; Morgan J. Emery, a sophomore history-political science major from Eldred; Jennifer R. Anderson, a sophomore athletic training major from Port Allegany; Michael F. Gallina, a freshman psychology major from Roulette; Joshua D. Kosa, a junior accounting major from Ulysses; Kimberly M. Saline, a senior accounting major from St. Marys; Kristen N. Bertch, a sophomore criminal justice major, and Jude W. Harter, a senior social studies education 7-12 major, both from Clarendon; Angela R. Shick, a junior chemistry major, and Kamie A. Laih, a junior human relations major, both from Warren; Rebecca E. Zipay, a sophomore criminal justice major from South Park; Morgan R. Locher, a senior athletic training major from Pittsburgh; Sophie Brandenburg, a senior nursing major from Ellwood City; Jennifer L. Trippett, a sophomore interdisciplinary arts major from Lemont; and Ashleigh Mae Permar Hauck, a senior sports medicine major from New Columbia.

Other students earning a 4.0 were Troy Phillips, a sophomore elementary education major from Ellicottville, N.Y.; Kayla E. Branch, a junior human relations major from Olean, N.Y.; Paul Anthony Wallace, a mathematics education 7-12 major from Portville, N.Y.; Kirby D. Craft, a junior athletic training major from Goodyear, Ariz.; Boning Hao, a junior applied mathematics major from Taiyuan, China; and Marissa Sum Yin Poon, a freshman business management major from Hong Kong.

Other full-time students awarded dean’s list status from Bradford were accounting majors freshman Brett J. Murphey and sophomore Richard W. Persing; Naomi Barker, a senior accounting and business management major; Bryan T. Deloe, a senior applied mathematics major; biology majors junior William J. Hannon and senior Phylicia Patterson; Valerie Kay Couch, a senior biology education 7-12 major; Kailey Fesenmyer, a sophomore broadcast communications major; business management majors junior Matthew A. Teribery, sophomore Tiara O. Brown and seniors Sarah Jane Miller and Nathan M. O’Lay; Sara J. Smith, a senior chemistry major; Jeremiah P. Stiable, a senior computer science major; criminal justice majors freshman Richard T. Obermeyer, junior Danielle L. Persing and seniors Nicholas Foster and Wendy Mason; elementary education majors, freshman Rachel L. Britton, sophomores Barbara A. Allen, Shilah L. Hassek and Kara M. Piganelli, juniors Richille Vela Denora and Lindsay M. Sherman, and seniors Diana Lyn Lawton, Shea Ann Miller, Samantha Pascarella and Christy Sherk;

Maddi Shea Smith, a senior English education 7-12 major; history-political science majors sophomores Maxwell L. Cercone and Shane M. Close and senior Danielle A. Schoonover-Wils; Benjamin S. Pfeil, a senior human relations major; interdisciplinary arts majors sophomore Stacey L. Gildersleeve and senior Brandon P. Tully; freshman nursing major Filane R. Godding; petroleum technology majors junior Beth Christman and freshman Burton L. Markert; Chelsea D. Thomas, a junior physical sciences major; sophomore public relations majors Amanda J. Kleps and Katelyn A. Morris; Tarah Marie Lipps, a senior social sciences major; Benjamin J. Walter, a junior social studies education 7-12 major; Sarah Marie Randolph, a junior sociology major; Sarah Ann Lonzi, a junior sports medicine major; and James O. Segee, a sophomore writing major.

Other students from McKean County named to the dean’s list are Amanda M. Davis, a senior sport and recreation management major from Crosby; Allyson J. Rhinehart, a sophomore biology major, Brian C. Schneider, a junior business management major, and Steve Kriner, a junior nursing major, all from Eldred; Brittany R. Gorrell, a senior social studies education 7-12 major from Gifford; from Kane, criminal justice majors Jennifer L. Moore, a junior, and Mark T. Ross, a sophomore; sophomore environmental studies majors Tyler R. Bizzak and Tianna R. Johnson, Larry Paul Walker, a sophomore information systems major, Janelle M. Wilson, a junior radiological science major, and Keith M. Anderson, a senior social studies education 7-12 major; Tyler J. Winner, a freshman business management major, Michael J. Varone, a sophomore engineering major, and Lauren L. Marshall, a junior history-political science major, all from Lewis Run;

Richard E. Castina, a sophomore biology major, and Caitlin C. Castina, a junior biology major, both from Mount Jewett; from Port Allegany, Paul M. Woods, a sophomore biology major, Jason D. Roush, a sophomore business management major, Daniel Taylor, a junior computer information systems and technology major, Brittany R. Keck, a sophomore elementary education major, Steven W. Talkington, a senior information systems major, Alyssa L. Lapp, a junior psychology major, and Shannell R. Wise, a sophomore sports medicine major; Jacob Donald Northrup, a senior chemistry major from Rixford; from Smethport, Lauren E. Kinniburgh, a junior athletic training major, business management majors sophomore Marklyn Simms and senior Ronald C. Tanner, Megan Danielle Woods, a senior elementary education major, environmental studies majors junior Charles E. Vandever and senior Sherry Ann Dumire, and Brian K. Munsell, a sophomore information systems major.

Full-time students from Elk County making the dean’s list are Alida I. Leslie, a junior hospitality management major from Johnsonburg; Wray R. Woelfel, a sophomore biology major from Kersey; from Ridgway, Kelsey Vanara Klawuhn, a senior applied mathematics major, Kelsey M. Kilhoffer, a junior chemistry major, Chang Ping Jiang, a junior computer information systems and technology major, Shea A. McKnight, a senior elementary education major, Kendall Klawuhn, a senior health and physical education major, Kara L. Morelli, a senior mathematics education 7-12 major, Megan L. Delhunty and Heidi Jo Kucenski, both senior nursing majors; from Saint Marys, accounting majors Scott R. Neil, a senior, and Breann E. Lyons, a junior, Matthew S. Gnan, a senior athletic training major, Melissa S. Lupole, a senior computer information systems and technology major, Jason Nussbaum, a senior human relations major, and Brian Gore, a junior information systems major; Katie E. Daly, a sophomore public relations major from Weedville; and Jesica E. Brendel, a senior hospitality management major from Wilcox.

Students from Emporium on the dean’s list are chemistry majors Charles E. Holjencin, a junior, and Kimberly N. Burkhouse, a sophomore, and Alex Davis, a senior public relations major. Students from Potter County are Melinda Becker, a senior public relations major from Roulette; Andrew J. Mureddu, a sophomore computer information systems and technology major, Vogue Alan Bernard, a senior human relations major, and Brandon M. Meacham, a junior petroleum technology major, all from Shinglehouse; freshmen Daniel H. Kudrick, a computer information systems and technology major, Gage Thomas Wright, an elementary education major, and Sarah E. Monger, a junior mathematics education 7-12 major, all from Coudersport.

Students from Warren County are Harmonie J. Kibbey, an English major, Cara J. Johnson, a hospitality management major, and Lindsey Renee Burkey, a nursing major, all seniors from Clarendon; Laura L. Long, a junior athletic training major, Tawny L. Crocker, a junior broadcast communications major, and Kenneth M. Haight, a senior business management and computer information systems and technology major, all from Pittsfield; James M. Cable, a junior biology major, and Teddy R. Babcock, a freshman petroleum technology major, both from Russell;

From Warren, Kimberly E. Truhlik, a junior accounting major, Courtney M. Baughman, a senior athletic training major, Matthew Abplanalp, a junior chemistry major, elementary education majors sophomore Joanna K. Lasher, junior Hollie A. Rapp, and seniors Rita M. Cecco and Jason M. Halle; Jonathan C. Welch, a freshman petroleum technology major, Ryan M. Rizzardi, a junior public relations major, Elizabeth Tipton, a senior social studies education 7-12 major, Devin R. Ruhlman, a senior sport and recreation management major, and Stephen Abplanalp, a senior writing major; Nyssa M. Brumagin, a sophomore interdisciplinary arts major, and Jon C. Nagurney, a junior petroleum technology major, both from North Warren; Tracie N. Reynolds, a freshman radiological science major from Youngsville; and Christina R. Briggs, a senior business management major, and Harold L. Cochran, a sophomore criminal justice major, both from Bear Lake.

Other students from Pennsylvania on the dean’s list are John A. Bizzak, a junior chemistry major from James City; Mary Gross, a senior sports medicine major from Ford City; Prashant Gabani, a senior biology major from Bridgeville; Michael J. Forsythe, a sophomore chemistry major from Imperial; Gino A. Macioce, a senior criminal justice major from Verona; from Pittsburgh, Samuel M. Ficorilli, a junior computer information systems and technology major, Sean M. Eiszler, a junior accounting major, Aaron Joseph Smigielski, a junior business management major, Maria G. Costanza, a senior public relations major, and Jessica Vint, a sophomore nursing major; Tess L. Domaracki, a junior elementary education major from Indiana; Vanessa M. Olivio, a sophomore elementary education major from Brockway; Sara Jean McFadden, a senior radiological science major from Falls Creek; Stephanie R. Makin, a sophomore criminal justice major from Colver; Sidney P. Rice, a sophomore chemistry education 7-12 major, Jennifer R. Smith, an undeclared freshman, and Nathan R. Neff, a sophomore sports medicine major, all from Butler;

Brianna M. Lutheran, an undeclared freshman from Evans City; Ridge S. Foster, a junior computer information systems and technology major from Mars; Christopher R. Birdsell, a freshman computer information systems and technology major from New Castle; Jay B. Leipheimer, a sophomore pre-medicine major from Transfer; Rebecca Helen Carlson, a senior elementary education major from Kittanning; Amanda L. Cribbs, a junior business management major from Meadville; Joseph John DeVito, a senior environmental studies major, and Tyler W. Obenrader, a senior sports medicine major, both from Tionesta; Lauren Ann McKee, a senior radiological science major from Titusville; Erika L. Braeger, a junior broadcast communications major from Harborcreek; Daniel W. Gribbin, a junior computer information systems and technology major from McKean;

Jessica Lynn Bogart, a senior accounting and business management major, and Eric W. Meehl, a sophomore business management major, both from North East; Todd L. Smith, a senior business management major from Saegertown; from Erie, business management majors Douglas M. Chaffee, a freshman, and Alyssa Marie Smith and Ashley A. Bissell, both seniors, and Olivia P. Fernandes, a sophomore athletic training major; Wesley Milliron, a sophomore computer information systems and technology major from Julian; Danielle Renae Costley, a senior accounting and business management major from Elkland; Brittany Seiler, a freshman radiological science major from Halifax; Ashley L. Seidenstricker, a junior sports medicine major from York; Ashley Wenger, a junior athletic training major, and Jessica Lynn Mockler, a senior nursing major, both from Lancaster; John D. Setzer, a junior accounting major from Hughesville;

Alisha Marie Wisel, a senior sport and recreation management major from Lewisburg; Sara A. Gligora, a junior sociology major from Milton; Joshua Wade Flowers, a senior chemistry major from New Columbia; Danielle Erdley, a freshman biology major from Northumberland; Matthew R. Houp, a junior history-political science major from Emmaus; Chisé C. Diacik, a junior sports medicine major from Wind Gap; Ashley Marie DeLong, a junior business management major from Allentown; Mark J. Waidell, a senior broadcast communications major from Tamaqua; Caitlin M. Holland, a freshman elementary education major from Mayfield; Kyle R. Gleockler, a junior sport and recreation management major from Dushore; Korbin J. Keene, a freshman athletic training major from Larksville; Michael Alexander Sheets, a senior English major from Mountain Top; Nicolette A. Fruehan, a freshman chemistry major, and Angelica Rose West, a senior nursing major, both from Brackney;

Erin K. Goodwin, a sophomore accounting major from Wyalusing; Immanuel Witt Diamant, a senior biology and psychology major from New Hope; Amanda N. Pell, a freshman criminal justice major from Wrightstown; Roksolana Mykhlyk, a sophomore sports medicine major from Newtown; Kyle E. Lange, a senior psychology major, and David J. Taylor, a sophomore social studies education 7-12 major, both from Pipersville; Kristine Zubler, a senior nursing major from Churchville; Rachel Towsey, a senior business management major from Ambler; Erich Jonathan Ferdinand Prantl-Bartlett, a senior history-political science major, Jahlil E. Davis-Green, a freshman sports medicine major, and Quoc Duy Vo, a junior pre-pharmacy major, all from Philadelphia; Melissa Q. Yang, a sophomore nursing major from West Chester; Alyssa M. McQuirns, a sophomore history-political science major from North Wales; and Alexander R. Schrock, a sophomore history-political science major from Somerset.

Students from New York state on the dean’s list are Nicholas Choy, a sophomore psychology major from Flushing; Becky Teschler, a sophomore radiological science major from Minoa; Alex W. Vandeusen, a junior athletic training major from Oneonta; Gary W. Schmelzer, a senior accounting major from Depew; Joshua J. Brooks, a junior health and physical education major from Machias; Nicholas J. Gier, a freshman environmental studies major from North Collins; Brian Timothy Rocque, a senior sports medicine major from Silver Creek; Brandon Skawienski, a senior biology major from Varysburg; Jeffrey F. Engels, a freshman athletic training major, and Kyle N. Sutton, a junior sport and recreation management major, both from West Valley; Katlin M. Barrile, a junior broadcast communications major from Albion; Aaron J. Weise, a sophomore computer information systems and technology major from Allegany;

Bridget R. Whitlock, a senior radiological science major from Cuba; Haley Cramer, a freshman elementary education major from Franklinville; Erika J. Davis, a senior elementary education major, and Jennifer D. Crowley, a junior history-political science major, both from Great Valley; Samantha R. Marsh, a senior biology major from Kennedy; Ashlee A. Case, a senior interdisciplinary arts major from Olean; Danielle M. Abers, a sophomore elementary education major from Panama; Justin A. Bullard, a senior athletic training major from Sinclairville; Andrea Gundlach, a freshman health and physical education major from Westfield; Daniel P. Heisey, a senior accounting and business management major from Rexville; Megan N. Carpenter, a senior elementary education major from Wellsville; Lindsey M. Rice, a senior broadcast communications major from Elmira Heights; and Cameron L. Lanich, a senior health and physical education major from Batavia.

Other students on the Spring semester honor roll are Javier Nicholas Patiño, a junior history-political science major from Rio Rico, Ariz.; Lyndon Coquia Orinion, a senior computer information systems and technology major from Washington, D.C.; Chelsea E. Reynolds, a junior entrepreneurship major from Smithsburg, Md.; Xueyuan Lin, a junior biology major from Bayonne, N.J.; Andrew J. Howarth, a sophomore criminal justice major from Marlton, N.J.; Jasmine Alexandria Grace McEwen, a junior psychology major from Lawrenceville, N.J.; John J. Phelps, a sophomore environmental studies major from Perry, Ohio; Jacquelyn Therese Podrasky, a senior sports medicine major from Medina, Ohio; and Victoria Eugenia Grossmann Giancarlo, a freshman from Venezuela.

Dean’s list status is awarded annually, at the conclusion of the spring term, to part-time students who have earned a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher since the Summer 2010 term.

Jeffrey Bosworth, a junior business management major from Bradford, earned a 4.0.

Other part-time students on the dean’s list from Bradford are Jake Colosimo, a senior business management major; Lori B. Vickery, a freshman accounting major; Sam G. Fleischman, a junior biology major; business management majors freshman Andrew R. Eliason and senior Christopher L. Irwin; Lisa Wilmoth, a freshman liberal studies major; nursing majors freshman Heather L. Ward and sophomores Sarah R. Tipton and Toni L. Duzick. Other part-time students named to the dean’s list are Christopher M. Urban, a senior elementary education major from Warren; Nicole M. Ewing, a junior accounting major from Kane; Nathan R. Debockler, a sophomore computer information systems and technology major from Port Allegany; and Mary Jo Stuckey, a senior sociology major from Coudersport.

Coudersport Theatre 6-10 thru 6-16