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Monday, July 16, 2018

Backyard Conservation Workshop

Tuesday, August 7 at 5:30 PM until finished.

 The Cameron County Conservation District will be holding a Backyard Conservation Workshop on August 7, 2018 at the Cameron County Fair Grounds, starting at 5:30 PM

Join us as we talk about the backyard birds of Cameron County with District Chairman Mark Johnson, and get up-to date information on the Cameron County Recycling Center with Jenn Dixon. The first 25 people to register will receive a recycling bags. If you have any questions or would like to register, please contact Jenn Dixon at 814-486-2244 or e-mail at

Dianna L. Towner

Dianna L. Towner, 77, of 314 Hercules Rd, Emporium, PA died at her residence on Thursday (July 12, 2018) afternooon, surrounded by her family, following a couragious battle with cancer. 

She was born February 18, 1941 in St. Marys, PA a daughter of the late Minard Sprung and Ruth Ford Sprung Runco. On February 21, 1970 she married Melvin Towner, Jr., who survives. Mrs. Towner had worked at Pro America for many years, later working for Sheetz from which she retired. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church where she had participated in the choir. She had also been a member of the Emporium Country Club. She enjoyed family vacations, playing cards, golfing, bowling and spending time with her family and friends. 

In addition to her husband Melvin, she is survived by a daughter, Danielle (Ed) Robinson, Emporium; one granddaughter, Jenna Rockey and two great grandchildren: Bransin Rockey and Mariella Smith; one brother, William (Esther) Sprung, Florida; a sister, Patricia Focht, Emporium; sister-in-law, Barbara (Richard) Bauer, Emporium; nine nieces and nephews and many great nieces and nephews. 

She was preceded in death by her mother and father.

 Funeral Service will be held at the Barnett Funeral Home, 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Monday (July 16, 2018) at 4:00 PM with Rev. Joseph Short, Pastor, First United Methodist Church, officiating.

 Visitation will be at theFuneral Home on Monday from 2-4 PM. 

Burial will be in the St. Mark Catholic Cemetery, Emporium, PA 

Memorial Contributions may be made to Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities, c/o: Don Bickford, 174 Nickler Rd., Emporium, PA 15834 

 Online Condolences may be placed at

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

The Hygrade Inn

If you have driven down Main street Emporium within the last year, no doubt you have been watching the transformation of a certain home at 212 East Fourth Street. Built in 1880, the home was once owned by a founder of Sylvania, originally Hygrade Sylvania. This beautiful residence has changed hands over the years and has been renovated into a beautiful bed and breakfast inn.

The Hygrade Inn website is now online. Additional photos will be added as the Hygrade Inn is still in transition. There has been many requests to access the online reservation system and it is now easier than ever to make reservations for stays after November 1 2018. 


We hope to see you soon.

Rotary News

Pat Kempher, President of the Cameron County Fair Association, was the guest speaker at the Rotary luncheon meeting July 10th. Pat spoke of the history of the fair and stated that “the Cameron County Fair is the smallest out of 114 fairs statewide.” 

 The mission of the fair is to educate the public about agriculture by showcasing people’s products. Our local fair was started in 1901 by the Cameron County Agricultural Association and was held at Keystone Park up on Keystone Manor. In 1917 there was a county wide flu epidemic and the fair didn’t start up again until 1967 when the Jaycees organized the fair at the Pine Street Field. In 1971, Henry Zimmer, leased the grounds to the Fair Association on Route 46 where it is held today. Pat gave may thanks to the Emporium Foundation who has helped them financially over the years, and to the public for their support in making the fair a success each year. The Parade of Stars is also a fundraiser of the association where they raise funds and give a scholarship of $250.00 each year. This year’s recipient was Alex Umble. The fair will be held August 5-11th, gates open at 5:00 pm with many fun activities and events. Also pictured is Elyse Umble, last year’s Miss Junior Fair Queen and Rotarian, Steve Straub.

Joyce M. Lundberg

Joyce M. Lundberg, longtime resident of Emporium, died Saturday, June 30, 2018 at the age of 93. Joyce was born in Kane, Pa. on December 26, 1924 to Mabel and Stuart Magnuson. She moved to Emporium with her parents at the age of 5 and graduated from Emporium High School in 1942. Upon graduating from Bryant & Stratton Business College, she worked as an accountant/secretary to help put her husband, Edward, through Pharmacy School. She then continued using her business skills at Burklund and Lundberg Pharmacy where she thrived on working with the public.

She married the love of her life, Edward Lundberg, on May 25, 1946 and they were devoted to one another for 71 years. Even in the last few years of their married life when they took residency at the Felt Manor Personal Care Home, they never left each other’s side.

Joyce was well known in the community, serving Cameron County in many facets. She was a very active member in the Cameron County Arts, Cameron County Historical Society, and the Order of Eastern Star Emporium Chapter 101. She served as president of the Ladies Auxiliary of Emporium Country Club, as treasurer of the Cameron County Cardiac Committee for 35 years, and was one of the first waitresses of the Cabin Kitchen. Joyce was proud to be the oldest member of her church family, the First United Methodist Church of Emporium.

She was an avid bridge player and golfer and enjoyed being a part of the ECC Ladies Golf and Bridge Clubs. She found pleasure in teaching her grandkids some of her favorite cards games and taking them out on the course to play a few rounds of golf.

Joyce valued being around members of the community whether it would be conversing with people at the local grocery store or working with her customers in selecting the best piece of jewelry or the perfect gift. In short, Joyce found joy in people.

Joyce’s love of Hollywood films and big band music influenced her to be a star actress in the Emporium Players, Parade of Stars and the “Only Shows” where she won the audiences’ hearts. Joyce loved to “run” everywhere she went in town in her stylish high-heeled shoes, fashionable skirts, and one of a kind jewelry items and purses. Fast or very fast was her mode of movement whether it be walking or driving her white Cadillac.

Besides her husband, the focus of her love was her two sons, E. Craig Lundberg of Waltham, Mass. and A. Blair Lundberg (Linda) of Emporium, and her six grandchildren: Tom Lundberg (Courtney), Adam Lundberg, Michael Lundberg (Allison), Krista LeZotte (Darin), Brittany Lundberg, Jonathan Lundberg; and one great granddaughter, Karina Lundberg.

Joyce was a devoted mother and grandmother who attended all of her children and grandchildren’s extracurricular and sporting activities. She was their biggest cheerleader and a devoted ego booster to each and every one of them.

Joyce’s funeral service will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Emporium on Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. with a video tribute and a luncheon to follow for friends and family. The Rev. Joseph Short, pastor, will officiate. There will be no visitation.

Memorials contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 306 S Spruce St., or an organization of the donor’s choice.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Coppersmith-Condon Funeral Home, Emporium.

Monday, July 9, 2018

New Horizons Healthy Foods products now available at Emporium Shurfine!

The Emporium Shurfine store is currently selling a variety of items from the New Horizons Health food store. New Horizons is located at 208 Depot St, Saint Marys, Pennsylvania 15857

Bat Programs and Pontoon Tours at Sinnemahoning

Bat Programs and Pontoon Tours at Sinnemahoning – Weekend of July 14-15, 2018

Sinnemahoning State Park is offering a variety of outdoor programs this weekend, including a DiscoverE program for kids, annual nighttime bat count, and pontoon boat tours of the George B. Stevenson Dam. Programs details include:

Wild About Bats: DiscoverE Program - Go batty for bats with activities and games for families with children ages 4-12. Older and younger siblings are welcome. No pre-registration required for this free family program. Saturday, July 14, 2018, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm, in the Wildlife Center classroom.

Nature at Night: Annual Bat Count - Find out why bats are in trouble and what you can do to help. Come prepared to observe and count bats as they emerge for the night. Please bring a flashlight and dress for the outdoors; long pants and closed-toe shoes recommended. Saturday, July 14, 2018, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm, meet in the Wildlife Center classroom.

Pontoon Boat Tours – Join park staff for a relaxing and informative 1-hour tour of the George B. Stevenson Reservoir. Program is free, but donations are requested. Reservations are required. Sunday, July 15, 2018. Tours begin at 10:30 am, 12:00 pm, and 1:30 pm at the Lake Day Use Area.

To pre-register for a program, please visit the online DCNR Calendar of Events at If you need assistance with online registration or to receive more information about the programs at Sinnemahoning State Park, please call the park office at 814-647-8401 and dial 0 for the front desk or email

Geocaching Event at Elk Country Visitor Center July 14

Geocaching Event at Elk Country Visitor Center July 14

 The second annual Elk Country Geocaching Event will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2018, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, at the Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette, PA.

 Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache container hidden at that location. At this event, hosted by the Keystone Elk Country Alliance, in partnership with the PA Game Commission and PA State Parks, individuals and teams will compete for points and prizes by searching for fifteen geocaches hidden throughout Benezette and the surrounding elk areas. At the start of the event at 10:00 AM, participants will pick up the coordinates at the visitor center and then spend the day traveling to various geocaches. Participants can win prizes by collecting points at caches and correctly answering trivia questions.

 Participants then return to the visitor center promptly before 3:00 PM for the awarding of the prizes. Prizes will be awarded based on total points and most correctly answered trivia questions.

 Cachers returning to the Visitor Center later after 3:00 PM may end up forfeiting any prize they may have won, so please be sure to return on time. The event will officially be over at 4:00 PM. 

New and experienced geocachers are welcome to attend. If you are new to geocaching, there will be an introductory program presented by Mandy Marconi of the PA Game Commission before the event from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM. Experienced cachers, please visit the event listing at, cache GC7RGC6. To register in advance or for more information, please contact Courtney Colley at

PAGO Outdoor Adventures Photo Contest!

PAGO Outdoor Adventures Photo Contest!

We are thrilled to announce our new photo contest happening over the next year with different themes each quarter.
 Outdoor Adventures June-August with voting September 13-19, 2018 
Scenic Beauty September-November with voting December 13-19, 2018
 Winter Fun December-February with voting March 14-20, 2019 
Captivating Critters March-May with voting June 13-19, 2019 

 To enter, complete the submission form and upload your photos. The only requirements are that the photos meet the contest theme and must be taken in Jefferson, Elk, Clarion, Forest, or Cameron Counties. Finalists will be posted on for voting, pictures with the most votes at the end of the voting period will receive the following prizes: 1st Place $100, 2nd Place $75, 3rd Place $50, and 4th Place $25. 

 If you have any questions, email

July 2018 Programs & Events Sinnemahoning State Park

July 2018 Programs & Events Sinnemahoning State Park 

 Please click on the photo below to view in larger detail

Philip Dean Whiting

Philip Dean Whiting, 85, of Jacksonville passed away on Saturday, July 7, 2018. Phil was the 6th of 10 children born to Harry A. and Grace Swackhammer Whiting of Sterling Run, Pennsylvania. 

Phil and his four brothers all honorably served their country spanning World War II through Vietnam. Phil served 21 years in the USAF. He was selected for language training at the University of Indiana, which resulted in an assignment as a Hungarian linguist during the Cold War. Phil’s skills as a linguist resulted in location to Army bases as well as Air Force Bases. Assignments included locations such as Bad Soden and Munich. A brief interval back in the US saw a stint at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. In 1962, he was assigned to a unit in Munich, Germany, and later, the United States Military Liaison Mission in Potsdam then in East Germany. In March, 1968, Phil was awarded The Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service as an operations Sergeant Major with the USMLM in Potsdam. After four years in Berlin, he was assigned to Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville, AR. After leaving the Air Force, Phil embarked on a second 21-year career for the U.S. Postal Service. Phil lived his life with joy and great energy. Always an avid outdoorsman, he grew up hunting and fishing in Pennsylvania, and continued those activities into his retirement years. After his family, golf was perhaps his greatest love, and he passed his love of golf as a legacy to his children and grandchildren.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 65 years, Rachel Rumberger Whiting and his two sons, William A. Whiting (Mary) of Monticello, AR and Stephen B. Whiting (Donna) of North Little Rock, AR; grandsons Will Whiting of Austin, TX and Matt Whiting (Johannah) of Conway, AR, Sam Probasco (Alison) of Fayetteville, AR, and granddaughter, Susan Probasco of Little Rock, AR; great grandson, Camden Whiting and great granddaughter, Peyton Probasco. Phil is also survived by brothers Richard Whiting (Mary Beth) of Warren, PA; Stanley Whiting (Meg) of Emporium, PA; and Harry A. Whiting (Paula) of Webster, NY.

 He was preceded in death by sisters Betty Zidar Sandrovich, Beryl Hazen, Stella Kane, Margaret Woolslayer, Enid Ball, and brothers, Alvin Whiting and Ted Whiting. Phil is survived by a great host of nieces, nephews and other loving family and friends.

Visitation will be Thursday, July 12, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Moore’s Funeral Home on Wright Loop Road in Jacksonville. 

 Funeral Services will be at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, July 13 at Moore’s Funeral Home.

 Internment will be at a later date in Sterling Run, Pennsylvania. 

The family suggests a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project or Hospice Home Care Inpatient Center, 2200 South Bowman Road, Little Rock, AR 72211. 

Honorary pallbearers will be Lew Cotton, Wally Waddell, Steve Metzer, Jim Morton, Jim Rouse, and Bill Metzer.

 Arrangements entrusted to Moore’s Jacksonville Funeral Home (501) 982-2136. 

Online guestbook:

Francis H. Agliardo

Francis H. Agliardo, 94, of Guy & Mary Felt Manor, Emporium, PA died at Penn Highlands Elk, St. Marys, PA on Saturday (July 7, 2018) morning. 

He was born October 18, 1923 in St. Marys, PA a son of the late Angelo and Captolia Chandler Agliardo. He married the late Jean Gormont Agliardo. Mr. Agliardo joined the US Army's 8th Air Force after high school and served in WW II and the Korean War. He was a supervisor at Sylvania from which he retired after many years of employment. He enjoyed farming, fishing and going to camp and most recently walks with Forrester. He was a member of the Bucktail Rod and Gun Club, VFW, Legion and the Knights of Columbus. 
He loved his grandchildren especially, fishing with them.

 He is survived by son, Edward (Cheryl) Agliardo, Port St. Lucie, FL; daughter, Linda Andrews, Emporium; son, Francis Agliardo, Jr., Ft. Myers, FL; son, Michael (Robin) Agliardo, Emporium; daughter, Cindy (David) Smith, Coppers Cove, TX; daughter, Bonnie Agliardo, Kill Devil Hills, NC; daughter, Susan (Paul) Tresatti, Allison Park, PA; daughter, Karen (Mike) Spencer, Inman, SC; daughter, Lori (Tony) Heinrichs, Verona, WI; sixteen grandchildren, fifteen great grandchildren, three sisters, Mary Hasselman, St. Marys, Alice Anderson, Richmond, VA and Patty Heitner, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; one brother, Angelo (Mary) Agliardo, Niantic, CT.

 In addition to his parents and wife he was preceded in death by two brothers, Burton and Edward Agliardo and sister, Betty Jones.

 A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated at St. Mark Catholic Church, 235 East Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Friday (July 27, 2018) at 10:30 AM with Rev. Paul S. Siebert, Pastor, as Celebrant.

 There will be no visitation.

 A Military Service will be accorded by the Cameron County Memorial Detail.

 Burial will be in the St. Mark Catholic Cemetery, Emporium, PA 

Memorial Contributions may be made to the VFW Post 6221, 427 East 3rd Street, Emporium, PA 15834 

 Online Condolences may be placed at

Weekend in the Wilds Winners

Weekend in the Wilds Winners

Each box for Weekend in the Wilds held Friday and Saturday earned check marks! Weather-check, vendors-check, food-check, crowd-check, Firequacker Duck Derby-check, Stargazing-check and fireworks-check!

According to Cameron County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Tina Solak the winners were the people who attended plus some lucky ducks from the Firequacker Duck Derby. This year that event was held on North Broad Street in Emporium. “Thanks to the fire department and Emporium Water Company, we were able to flood a portion of the street and et the ducks race to the finish line. It created a spectacle for the spectators!”

The first duck to reach the pool noodle finish line adopted by Jane Laird from Emporium. Frank Zito from Georgia took time from a family reunion to train his duck to a second place finish and 7 year old Cole Motchenbaugh visiting from Allison Park talked his duck into third place. They received $100, $75 and $50.

The fireworks blasted off following a presentation by the Cameron County Memorial Detail at the Cameron County High School Football Stadium. The nearly 30-minute show brought oohs and ahs from the crowd. The 50/50 paid $380 to Jody Reid from Emporium who had the lucky ticket.

Mountaineer Search & Rescue report that a Big Foot was not returned. Anyone with information on the missing foot can anonymously contact the chamber or bring it to the chamber with no questions asked. The winner of the Big Foot Calling Contest was Cameron County Fair Queen Lia Inman. She performed the perfect Danger, Location and Mating Calls according to judges.

Plans are underway for the 2019 version of Weekend in the Wilds to be held July 5 & 6. Solak says numerous people have asked for a 5k run on the West Creek Rail Trail. She is now looking for a group wanting to raise money to host the event.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Chad Anton Schatz

Chad Anton Schatz of 611 Purdy Road, Dalton, PA, formerly of Rich Valley Road, Emporium, PA, died at his residence on Monday, July 2, 2018. Chad was born July 11, 1988, in Warren, PA, the son of Randy and Karin Nelson Schatz, Emporium. On August 21, 2017, he married Archer Jesse Schatz who survives.

To a statistician, Chad could be remembered as one of the roughly 650 Americans who die each week from opioid-related overdose. But to his family and friends, Chad will always be remembered as a loveable teddy-bear of a man, a gentle giant who was humble, tender-hearted, and trusting. Chad took great joy in pleasing other people, whether it was in making them laugh, sharing what he had, or using his brute strength to help in physical labor. He was a hard worker and a loyal friend. He also was a man who wanted to protect those he loved and who stood up for the underdog. Chad most enjoyed being with his family, playing with his nephews, hunting, fishing, hiking, and sitting around campfires with family and friends. One cannot reflect on Chad’s life without recalling that he was a great athlete and that he absolutely loved little kids! 

In addition to his wife and parents, Chad will be loved, missed, and remembered by a brother, Randy Schatz, two sisters, Shalynn Schatz and Amily Schatz, two nephews, Cage and Cayden, all of Emporium; maternal grandmother, Bella “Nana” Nelson of Kane, paternal grandparents, David and Donna Schatz of St. Marys, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

 Chad was preceded in death by his much beloved maternal grandfather, Floyd “Papa” Nelson.

 A memorial gathering will be held at the Cameron County Fairgrounds, Route 46, Emporium, PA on Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 5:00 p.m..

 The Rev. Lionel Owen, Pastor of Emporium Alliance Church, will officiate. 

 Visitation with the family will follow the service.

 In lieu of flowers, donations toward the funeral expenses will be gratefully accepted.

From their indescribable grief, the family offers this: “Ignoring what ended Chad’s short life on this earth would be a tragedy and we want no effort spared in helping others battling addiction.”

Friday, July 6, 2018

Richard J. Aikens

Richard J. Aikens, 69, of 563 S. Mountain Rd., Emporium, PA died at his residence, Emporium, PA on Friday (July 6, 2018) evening following a lengthy illness.

He was born August 16, 1948 in Indiana, PA a son of the late James Galentine and Margaret Janasko Aikens On November 19, 1966 in Clymer, PA he married Eileen J. McMasters, who survives.

 Mr. Aikens retired from G.E.- Motor Coil where he had worked for many years. He was a very active member of the Emporium Fire Department where he had served for many years including two years as Fire Chief and three years as the Assistant Fire Chief. He received the Outstanding Fire Fighter Award. ! He participated in fire school training for over 12 years and 9 years in specialized firefighting school where he had received numerous awards. He was involved in underwater rescue, as a scuba diver, and was a “dive master”. He participated in numerous search and rescues. In 1983 he received the US Jaycees National Award. He enjoyed country music, scuba diving, going to the ocean and camping with his family in Panama City Beach and Long Beach Island in New Jersey. Most of all he loved his family.

In addition to his wife he is survived by one daughter, Paula (Cpt. Michael) Jetmund, Valparesio, IN; one son, Scott Aikens, Knoxville, TN; three grandchildren: Kyle Branham, Lauren & Megan Barner, five great grandchildren: Zoey, Sophia, Lacey, Lily and Carter; one brother, Edward (Audrey) Aikens, Clymer, PA.

 In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by two brothers, Albert and Alvin Aikens,

A Memorial Service will be held at the Barnett Funeral Home, 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Monday at 4:00 PM with Rev. James Eastman, Pastor, Deeper Waters Ministries, officiating. 

Visitation will be one hour prior to the Service.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department,
 419 N. Broad St., Emporium, PA 15834

Online Condolences may be placed at

Rotary News

Trooper Matt Salisbury (right) spoke at the Rotary luncheon meeting July 3rd about Northern Tier Camp Cadet. Trooper Salisbury is from upstate New York, and after his years in the Marine Corps, decided to apply to the PA State Police. 
 After the academy, he obtained his first job stationed here in Emporium.

Trooper Salisbury feels it is important to make a good impact with the youth in our county and one of the ways he felt was to volunteer as a counselor at Northern Tier Camp Cadet. Each summer Mansfield University hosts an exciting residential Camp Cadet for children ages 12-13. To qualify for the cadet program, applicants must be residents of Cameron, Potter or Tioga Counties, Pennsylvania. Applicants must be in good physical condition and willing to accept military type discipline. The Northern Tier Camp Cadet is designed to create a better understanding between the youths of the three county area and professional law enforcement. This year, 80 youth attended, 5 from Emporium. Rotary sends a donation each year to support the camp. Also pictured is Rotarian, Brian Harmon.

William A. "Sonny" Peluso,

William A. "Sonny" Peluso, Sr., 77, of 303 S. Mountain Rd, Emporium, PA died at his residence on Thursday (July 5, 2018) evening.

 He was born May 6, 1941 in Jersey Shore, PA a son of the late Amelio Peluso, Sr. and Lillie Fox Peluso. He is survived by one daughter, Charlotte McWilliams, Idaho; and two sons, William A. Peluso, Jr., Johnsonburg and Quirt D. Peluso, Alaska; six grandchildren; one great grandchild; six brothers, Robert, Dominic, Amelio, Anthony, Joe, Theodore; two sisters, Patricia, Janice, 

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by two brothers David and Kenny Peluso; two sisters Percilla and Lillie

 At his request there will be No Service. 

Burial will be in the Newton Cemetery, Emporium, PA Online 

Condolences may be placed at 

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Weekend in the Wild Events start today!

Weekend in the Wild Events start today!

 5-7 Pie and ice cream social @ First Presbyterian Church 5-7 

Cameron County Quilters show @ First Presbyterian Church 5-7

 Mountain Melodies perform @ First Presbyterian Church 7-9 

Nigh Swim benefit @ CCHS pool

9pm -10:30 Dark Sky presentation @ Sizerville State Park

Saturday July 7th 

 Big Foot Hunt 6am - 1 pm Register at the Chamber 
 Firequacker Duck Race 3 pm Register at the Chamber
 Cameron County Street Dance 3-6 pm. @ Memorial Hall / Chestnut Str.
 Fireworks 9:30 pm at the CCHS 

SPCA Yard Sale Saturday July th

Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library

 Check the Chamber webiste for a full listing of events

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Night Swim @ CCHS Pool, July 5th

Night Swim to benefit F.A.S.T in honor of Jakob Costner

 Hosted by Kaylie Pieczynski and Lacey Costner

Friday, July 5th from 7 PM - 9 PM 

 Cameron County High School
 601 Woodland Ave,
Pennsylvania 15834

I have chosen Angelman Syndrome as my senior project purpose and will be holding a fundraiser as part of my project. Come out on Friday, July 6th for a night to swim, listen to music, eat baked goods, Fox’s pizza, etc..... all proceeds raised go to F.A.S.T. an organization that supports and funds research for Angelman Syndrome. Cost is $3 student and $5 adult.

 Hope to see you there! Kaylie Pieczynski

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

USA Flags

427 E 3rd St, Emporium, PA 15834

Opening Hearts for Make a Wish

Saturday at 10 AM
 Cameron County Vets Club
 427 E 3rd St,
 Emporium, Pennsylvania 15834

Benefit for the Schatz Family

Benefit for the Schatz Family at noon at MY PLACE BAR

Saturday July 7th beginning at noon.

 Set some time aside to help support this family. 

 Jody will be cooking BBQ Chicken dinners starting at noon for a donation of $10 each

. Then at 10pm until 2am OLD SKOOL will play to finish out the day! 

Come on out, enjoy good food, Old Skool music and show your support!

Bus Trip to Sinnamahoning State Park

July 10th and 12th we will be taking a bus trip to Sinnamahoning State Park.

 The program starts at 10 am and we will be back to town by 2 pm at the latest. We will learn about animals and their habitats. There may be some water activities so bring a towel, water shoes and a change of clothes. Lunch will be provided. We will need a few parent chaperones if you are available. Bus leaves the Rec Center at 9 am. 

Please sign up by July 6th by calling 485-8915.

 This event is sponsored by CCRec and CCOYA.

The Little Museum

Haven't been to the Little Museum?- Make 2018 the year! 

It's located on the Scenic Bucktail Trail, Rt 120, about 9 miles South of Emporium in the heart of Sterling Run, PA 

 Open Memorial Day - Mid Oct 


Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July!

Downtown Emporium