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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Weekend in the Wilds, July 3rd and 4th

Weekend in the Wilds is planned for July 3rd and 4th in Cameron County.

 On Friday there is a Pie and Penn State Creamery ice cream social from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church.
 Fireworks in Cameron County will be on Friday night, July 3rd.
 Gates at the football field open at 7 p.m. Fireworks will be held at dusk.

 On Saturday, July 4th, booths open at 9 a.m. on Fourth Street.

 Juried Artist Julie Mader for a paint n sip class during Weekend in the Wilds. Mader will teach a patriotic themed painting on canvas while participants sip on their favorite beverage. The class will be held at the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce & Artisan Center Saturday July 4 noon to 2pm. The 11 x 14 canvas will depict the American Flag. All materials are included in the $35.00 fee. Class is limited to 12. Reservations can be made at the online store www.cameroncountychamber.org or by calling 814-486-4314.

One new event has been added to this weekends activities. A pickle ball contest at the former Fourth Street School. It will be held from 9am -noon at 240 East 4th Street, Emporium, Pa. 15834

Friends Of The Library Used Book Sale

The Friends of the Barbara Moscato Brown Public Library will be holding their annual Used Book Sale beginning Tuesday, June 30 through Friday, July 3.
 
The sale will run during library hours; Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 11 - 7 and Wednesday from 9 to 1.
 
      This is just one of three fund raisers held by the Friends to support our local library. Currently, the membership drive is going on, which is another of the fund raising events.
 
Information regarding membership can be found at the library and also at the Chamber of Commerce.
 
Please support our public library.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Fish for Free Next Weekend!

Fish for Free Next Weekend! 

 The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission will host its second Fish for Free Day on Saturday, July 4. On this day, anyone (resident or non-resident) may legally fish on all Pennsylvania waterways without a fishing license. All other fishing regulations will still apply. 

This is a great way to expose the next generation of anglers to the outdoors.

Fish For Free

Benjamin L. "Benjie" Hause


Benjamin L. "Benjie" Hause, 27, of 213 Rocky Road, Emporium, PA died at his residence, Emporium, PA Friday, June 26, 2015 morning He was born February 13, 1988 in DuBois, PA a son of H.B. Von and Sandy George Hause, Emporium. 

In his younger years Benjie was involved in Junior Olympic Wrestling and Little League Baseball. He graduated from Cameron County High School in the class of 2007 where he participated in football and was chosen 2006 Prom King. He later graduated from Clarion University with a Bachelor Degree in Communications and Public Relations. Benjie was training in Mixed Martial Arts in Las Vegas to become a professional fighter when he was injured in an accident which forced him to return home.

Surviving In addition to his parents and grandmother
 Brother: Zachary Hause and his Fiance' Elizabeth, Pittsburgh
 Maternal Grandmother: Maxine McManigle George, Emporium
 Benjie’s Fiance: Hilliary Lamont, Emporium

 Preceded in Death By Maternal Grandfather: James George 
Paternal Grandparents: Harry and Nora Howlett Hause

The family will receive friends one hour prior to the Memorial Service to be held at the Barnett Funeral Home 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Monday (June 29, 2015) at 12:00 PM with Rev. Rock Pifer, Pastor, Free Methodist Church, officiating. 

 Online Condolences may be placed at www.BarnettFuneralHome.net

 BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Military Tribute Window


The Sylvan Heritage Council's Military tribute window is back, this time in one of the windows at the Mountain Laurel Federal Credit Union.

Because this has been an ongoing display for several years, many of the photos are very faded and we are pretty sure that some of those on display are no longer in active duty. If you have a photo you would like us to put in the window, please feel free to drop it off in the mailbox at my house at 110 East Fifth Street or contact me at 814-594-3260 (or here on FB) or Cindy Ramsey at 814-486-1870 if you have any questions or concerns. 

 Our goal is to honor all active duty members of the military originally from Cameron County with this window.

 Thank you!

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Band Booster Meeting

Band Booster Meeting

 Tuesday, July 7 @ 6:00 pm. at the Cameron County High School Band Room

 Things to be discussed: Concession stand, Taste Table at the Fair, Band Camp, Band Picnic, and other topics that may arise. 

 All parents are urged to attend.

Sinnemahoning Sportsmen's Club

August 1st, 2015 will be Election Day at the Sinnemahoning Sportsmens.
The voting is held in the Educational Bldg. from 10am to 5pm. 
You must be an active member to vote. 
A photo ID is required no exceptions. 
Please come out and vote.

August 8th 2015 will be Youth Day at the Sinnemahoning Sportsmens Club.
 This event is put on by Sinnemahoning Sportsmens and May Hollow Sportsmens.
 Registration begins at 9am with the events starting at 10am.
 Lunch provided to all.
 Many nice prizes to be awarded at the end of the day.

http://sinnemahoning-sportsmen.org 

Driftwood Senior Center

Driftwood Senior Center

 Old Foagie Hoagies are on Wed, July 15th - if you would like to order any or help - call 546-2331 or 546-9177.

 This fundraiser is our main support - so your help is appreciated.

 Also, July's Haircut day is Wednesday, July 29th.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

This week at Country Blessings

Happy Summer everyone! 

 This week at Country Blessings all household items 50% off, all ladies pants, capris and shorts, $2.00 each.

 Open Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
 Cameron County Christian Center 
240 East 4th Street 
Emporium, Pa. 15834
 814-486-1841 

Paint N Sip Comes to Cameron County


Cameron County Chamber of Commerce & Artisan Center welcomes PA Wilds Juried Artist Julie Mader for a paint n sip class during Weekend in the Wilds. 

 Mader will teach a patriotic themed painting on canvas while participants sip on their favorite beverage.The class will be held at the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce & Artisan Center Saturday July 4 noon to 2pm. The 11 x 14 canvas will depict the American Flag

. All materials are included in the $35.00 fee. Class is limited to 12.

 Reservations can be made at the online store www.cameroncountychamber.org or by calling 
814-486-4314.

Tree Falls On Car, Traffic Stops On Rt 120

Traffic came to a halt on West 120 this morning when a tree fell down on this car as it was traveling East to Emporium.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Straub Beer Lovers Dinner


Straub Brewery has been hosting beer dinner fundraisers in metropolitan areas for years, but this year the brew masters keeping close to home and will host a Straub Beer Lovers Dinner at the Emporium Country Club in August

. Diners will be treated to a four course dinner including five different Straub beers. “Each beer has been specifically chosen to complement gourmet food prepared by the staff at the Emporium Country Club,” according to Cameron County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Tina Johns Solak. “This event is in response to the numerous requests by people who prefer beer to wine, and since wine tastings are offered by the Emporium Rotary Club, it was natural to add this event,” said Johns Solak.

Diners will be treated to appetizers paired with Straub Lager, a salad will be complimented by Straub Hefeweizen and the main course of chicken breasts with a peach salsa, rice pilaf and onion straws will be accompanied by Straub Pilsner. Giving the stomach a chance to rest, sip on Straub Kolsch and finish with Straub Vienna with German Chocolate Cake and various chocolate dipped items.

The price for the four course meal is $35.00 per person. 
 Tickets for the August 12 event are limited and canbe purchased at the Emporium Country Club, chamber office or online at www.cameroncountychamber.org.

Rich Valley Rumble June 26 & 27th At The Cameron County Fair Grounds



REMEMBER THIS IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!!
 YOU WONT WANT TO MISS THIS EVENT. A GOOD TIME WILL BE HELD BY ALL.
 MUSIC BY JOHN MEADE AND LEGACY FRIDAY NIGHT AND XIII AND SIX PACK ON SATURDAY.
 GAMES, RAFFLES, AND LOTS OF FUN FOR ALL!!!

Cameron County Food Pantry Distribution June 24, 2015

The Cameron County Food Pantry will hold a distribution for people determined eligible on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the building located behind the Northern Tier Community Action offices at 135 West Fourth Street in Emporium.

 Call 486-1161, ext. 269, with any questions.

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Ruth C. A. Thompson

Ruth C. A. Thompson, 98, of 338 W. 4th St., Emporium, PA died at her residence on Wednesday (June 17, 2015) morning. She was born December 9, 1916 in Grand Prairie, Minnesota a daughter of the late Rev. H. E. and Adelia Schreiber Tessmann. She married the late Orville I. Thompson who died in 1998.

 Mrs. Thompson loved Cameron County so much she moved to Emporium with her son in May of 2006 and enjoyed everyday here in the mountains. She was a loving person to everyone she met. She was a devoted and loving wife, mother and grandmother. Ruth was a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Emporium.

 Surviving Son: James (Jeannie) Thompson, Red Lion, PA 
Son: Michael (Judith) Thompson, Emporium 
5 Grandchildren and Several Great Grandchildren 

Preceded in Death By Parents: Rev. H. E. and Adelia Schreiber Tessmann Husband: Orville I. Thompson 
Six Brothers and Sisters 

There will be No Visitation.
 Memorial Service will be held at the Barnett Funeral Home, 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Saturday (June 27, 2015) at 11:00 AM with Rev. Bruce Burkness, Pastor, St John's Lutheran Church, officiating. 

Burial will be in the Newton Cemetery, Emporium, PA 

 Online Condolences may be placed at www.BarnettFuneralHome.net 

 BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Anna Kathryn Mehalow



Anna Kathryn Mehalow, age 99, formerly of Laurelwood Drive, died Thursday, June 18, 2015, in Guy and Mary Felt Manor, Emporium.

Born December 23, 1915 in Renovo, she was the daughter of William and Priscilla McAlee Gilmartin. On June 27, 1945 in St. Joseph’s Church, Renovo she married Joseph Mehalow who died November 11, 1983.

A resident of Emporium since 1962, she was a 1933 graduate of St. Joseph High School in Renovo, and in 1937 graduated from State Teachers College at Lock Haven, now Lock Haven University. She was employed as a teacher by the Renovo School District for 6 years and St. Joseph’s in Renovo for 4 years. After relocating to Emporium, she was employed by the Cameron County School District from 1963 until retiring in 1978.

Mrs. Mehalow was a member of St. Mark Catholic Church in Emporium and was an 80 year member of the CD of A. She enjoyed playing cards and was a member of the Thursday 500 Club and the Tuesday Night Rummy Club.

Survivors include: three sons, William J. Mehalow (Tish) of Smithburg, Maryland; John T. Mehalow and Joseph E. Mehalow both of Emporium; one daughter, Cecilia Mehalow of Emporium; and one granddaughter, Adrienne Mehalow of Bar Harbor, Maine.

There will be no visitation hours.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 27, 2015 in St. Mark Church, Emporium, with Fr. Paul Siebert, pastor, officiating.

A graveside service with burial to follow will be held at noon on Monday in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Hyner, PA.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to St. Mark Catholic Church, Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library, or the Guy and Mary Felt Manor, all in Emporium. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Coppersmith-Condon Funeral Home, Emporium.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Pols push for changes in how ATV, snowmobile revenue is collected, disbursed - The Bradford Era: News - Pols push for changes in how ATV, snowmobile revenue is collected, disbursed: News

Pols push for changes in how ATV, snowmobile revenue is collected, disbursed - The Bradford Era: News - Pols push for changes in how ATV, snowmobile revenue is collected, disbursed: News: An area lawmaker has reintroduced legislation calling for greater oversight of how roughly $3 million in annual snowmobile and all-terrain veh…

2015 Sinnemahoning Rattlesnake Hunt Results Saturday Winners


2015 Sinnemahoning Rattlesnake Hunt Results Saturday Winners 

 Prizes based on Weight
 Heaviest Black Phase Timber Rattlesnake Eric Szymkowiak 51” 3lb 9oz 
 Heaviest Yellow Phase Timber Rattlesnake Jason Orzehowski 52” 3lb 15oz 
 Heaviest Non Venomous Snake Black Rat Glen Ellsworth IV 64 ½” 2lb 8oz
 Heaviest Copperhead Bill Bender 33 ½” 11 oz

 Overall Hunt Winners 

Largest Timber Rattlesnake Jason Orzehowski 52” 3lb 15oz 
2nd Largest Timber Rattlesnake Matt Deal 51” 3lb 12oz 
 Largest Copperhead Donna Kime 34” 12oz
 2nd Largest Copperhead Bill Bender 33 ½” 11 oz 
 Most Rattles Tom Houser 14 Rattles
 Largest Non Venomous Snake of the Hunt Daniel Minsterman 70 ½” 2lb 10oz

 Ultimate Snake Hunter - Glen Ellsworth IV
 Timber Rattlesnake – Garter Snake – Black Rat Snake - Ringneck Snake

 Snakes turned into hunt
 39 Timber Rattlesnakes 
4 Copperheads
 21 Non Venomous 
 140 Registered Hunters

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High School Pool Is Open

Summer is here and I have no lesson plans to work on so I am 
enjoying the pool. 

The pool has a few things happening. 
1. swim team will be practicing Monday thru Thursday 5:30 - 6:30 Our first meet will be next Tuesday here at our pool 
2. water aerobics will begin Monday at 4:00 and we are hoping to have it 5 days a week. 
3. There are swim lessons going on also. 

Come talk to the guards they will help you set up a time that is good for you,.
Thanks, Lea Purcell  Pool Supervisor 

The pool opens at 11 am daily 

Spread the word and come support our pool! 

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Monday, June 15, 2015

Summer Playground Hours

              Today is opening day of the playground summer programs.

 Children can sign up at either the Third Street playground with supervisor Sam Oberlander or at South Park with supervisor Erynne Doud.
Playground hours will be 10 am to 3 pm. Monday through Friday.
Any questions, please call the Cameron County Recreation Center. 

Frank Anthony Carnovale

Frank Anthony Carnovale was born in St. Marys, Pennsylvania on September 5, 1953 to parents Bruno and Marlene (Wolfel) Carnovale. He was raised in Emporium, Pennsylvania where he attended Cameron County High School. After graduating, Frank joined the United States Navy and proudly served on the U.S.S. Bonefish submarine. Shortly after, on August 20, 1977, he married the love of his life, Paula (Fisher). The two attended Penn State University together where Frank received his Masters in Architecture. They moved to Michigan where they started their family and Frank started his architecture firm and construction company.

Most important to Frank was his family. He is survived by his wife, Paula, his four children, Alison, Zachary, Lucas and Julia, his father, Bruno, his four sisters, Debra Gschwendtner (Dave), Maria DiBello (Denny), Kathy Carnovale, Laurie Horrocks (Jim), and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his mother, Marlene and brother, Michael.

Frank enjoyed designing and building people their dream homes, riding his Harley, cooking for his family and friends, hunting, traveling, creative writing and photography. Frank was very passionate about architecture and education, and greatly enjoyed teaching at Lawrence Technological University. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects and active in the American Society of Professional Estimators. He was also very involved with the City of Birmingham, especially the development of the Rail District.

On June 11, 2015, Frank went to Heaven after a courageous battle with Multiple Myeloma that he fought with a positive attitude and his strong faith. He will be remembered as a devoted family man with an unforgettable enthusiasm and sense of humor. He was well read and inspirational to all who knew him. Frank was loyal and cherished time spent with his friends. His infectious smile and powerful words of wisdom will be greatly missed, but will forever be with those he touched.

Family will receive friends Tuesday 2:00-8:00pm with Rosary at 7:00pm A.J. Desmond & Sons (Vasu, Rodgers & Connell Chapel), 32515 Woodward (btwn 13-14 Mile), Royal Oak.

Funeral Mass Wednesday 10:00am at Holy Name Church, 630 Harmon (at Woodland), Birmingham.Visiting at church 9:00am.

In lieu of flowers, Frank's family requests that donations be made to the Joseph Dresner Family Clinic for Hematologic Malignancies and Stem Cell Transplantation at Karmanos Cancer Center (karmanos.org).

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Felt Manor/Felt Living Auxiliary Lottery Raffle

Felt Manor/Felt Living Auxiliary is holding a lottery raffle, tickets are $1.00 each or 6/$5.00. Winner receives $75.00 worth of lottery tickets and various gift certificates. There will be 2 drawings, drawing with be held on July 4, 2015. Tickets are available at the Manor, see Pat Kempher. 

 Guy and Mary Felt Manor 
 110 East Fourth Street 
 Emporium, Pa 15834 
814.486.3736 

http://www.guyandmaryfeltmanor.com

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Country Blessings

This week, buy one men's pants or shorts, get one free! 

Open Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
 Stop in and check it out! 

 Cameron County Christian Center 
240 East 4th Street 
Emporium, Pa. 15834
 814-486-1841
 mail@cameroncounty.org

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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Licenses now available for the annual Big Foot Hunt.

Licenses now available for the annual Big Foot Hunt. 

 The event to be held Saturday July 4 benefits Mountaineer Search & Rescue.

 “This year the hairy Big Foot has been spotted on numerous trails in Cameron County and signs of overnight visits have been found at former Civilian Conservation Corp Camps,” says Steve Bajor from Mountaineer Search & Rescue.

 The hunt begins at daybreak and continues until 11am, when hunters should return their prey to the Mountaineer Search &Rescue stand during Weekend in the Wilds. Each hunter must have a license that is proudly displayed!

 The $5.00 licenses can be purchased at Cameron County Chamber of Commerce, Sinnemahoning Tavern, South Park Supply and Weebulls.

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Little Museum Makes Top 10 To Visit This Summer

Little Museum in Sterling Run has made the top 10 seasonal museums to visit this summer. Jim Cheney a writer from Uncover PA writes, “ I’ve visited a lot of historical society museums in Pennsylvania, some of which are seasonal and some of which are open year round. However, none blew me away as much as The Little Museum in Cameron County.”

The items inside the Little Museum that attracted Cheney’s attention included Sylvania artifacts and person items from General Joseph McNarney. “I’ve traveled a lot around Pennsylvania over the last year and have been to some rather obscure destinations. However, I think The Little Museum has to be one of the most off-the-beaten-path places I’ve visited. What it shows is that fantastic things can come in small, out of the way packages,” continued Cheney.

This summer The Little Museum will host monthly activities. Saturday June 6 Theresa Genaux and Robin Kuleck from The Little Red Barn Farm will bring live alpacas and demonstrate spinning. July focuses on the Coke Oven rehabilitation project and August features a Night at the Museum with tours by the Cameron County Historical Society board members.

 The Little Museum is open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm until the middle of October.

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Geocaching the Cameron County Way

Geocaching the Cameron County Way PA Wilds Juried Artist Nelson Haas has teamed up with the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce & Artisan Center to offer a unique contest. 

 Starting this week Haas will give the GPS coordinates for a wildflower. Become the first person to take a picture of the flower in its location and you will receive the original drawing.

 Submissions can be by email at cameroncountychamber@gmail.com, Instagram:cameronchamber or facebook: Cameron County Chambe of Commerce & Artisan Center. The time of submission will determine the winner. The original is valued at $40.00. 

 The drawing and coordinates will appear in Hass’ column in the Cameron County Echo. The coordinates will be released via Facebook Tuesday morning on the chamber page. “This is a unique way to encourage people to take time and explore the PA Wilds,” according to Haas, a long time contributor to the Cameron County Echo.

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– The PA Wilds Artisan Trail will be holding free “Make the Brand Work for You” workshops

Free workshops held for artisans, entrepreneurs looking to join the PA Wilds Artisan Trail, use “Proudly Made in the Pennsylvania Wilds” brand –

 The PA Wilds Artisan Trail will be holding free “Make the Brand Work for You” workshops across the Pennsylvania Wilds region this summer for small batch producers, independent retailers, artisans and other creative entrepreneurs looking to learn more about joining the Artisan Trail and using the “Proudly Made in the Pennsylvania Wilds” brand and networks to grow their operations.

 Workshops are being scheduled for the 12 ½ counties that comprise the Pennsylvania Wilds region. Current offerings are listed at the bottom of this press release. The workshops and Q&A run one hour, with refreshments provided. Workshops will provide background about the Artisan Trail program, benefits to joining, costs and the process for applying to the juried program.

 Since its inception in 2006, the Pennsylvania Wilds Artisan Trail has proven to raise the visibility and profitability of artisans and arts-related businesses in the PA Wilds by increasing sales of high-quality products made by local artisans and traffic to local galleries and retail shops.

 The Artisan Trail has recently gone through several expansions allowing new types of businesses to join. On major new development is that the Trail is now inviting small batch craft ag and food producers to join the Trail and use the ‘Proudly Made in the Pennsylvania Wilds’ brand.

 “We’d love to see the ‘Proudly Made in the Pennsylvania Wilds’ stamp on our region’s syrups, jellies, leek dips and other small batch products that reflect our rural traditions,” said Tataboline Enos, Executive Director of the PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship, the regional non-profit that operates the Artisan Trail program.

 “We’ve tried to keep the program very affordable, from $25 a year for our smallest artisan producers to $150 for our larger ones. We do this because we are working to build our regional brand and we know no one can influence it the way our artisans and creative entrepreneurs can. The Artisan Trail is working to grow this cottage industry. We have so much talent in this region, it is incredible.”

 To date, more than 150 artisans and retailers across the region participate in the PA Wilds Artisan Trail. Organizers hope to double that over the next few years. PA DCED, PA DCNR, the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Stackpole-Hall Foundation have all made grant investments in the program.

Cameron County High School Student Receives Full Scholarship to Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week

Cameron County High School Student Receives Full Scholarship to Pennsylvania
 Free Enterprise Week

Cory Clinger, son of Chris and Lisa Clinger from Emporium and a junior at Cameron County High School has been granted a full scholarship to attend Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week on the campus of Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA. PFEW is a weeklong economic education program that offers students an inside look at the private enterprise system and the way the free market functions.

Clinger was selected based on his motivation to learn demonstrated through an essay he submitted. Clinger scholarship covers all program costs excluding a registration fee and transportation.

During the week, student “companies” simulate the actual operation of their own businesses for the equivalent of three years. Business volunteers serve as “Company Advisors” who mentor the students as they face many of the same decisions real executives confront. The companies compete against each other in the areas of management skill, return on net assets, a marketing and advertising campaign, and a presentation to stockholders. Company Advisors do not make decisions for their team, but suggest available options and share their own experiences and challenges. Scholarship winners learn the value of teamwork, cooperation and leadership, plus spend a week living on a college campus.

Dozens of world-class speakers present seminars and discussions covering topics like the relationships of business with labor, government and consumers. The students also hear talks about business ethics, management and leadership skills, the economic system future, the global marketplace, money and banking, business operations, careers in business, marketable skills and much more.

Totally funded, taught and staffed by the Pennsylvania business community, PFEW is supported by seven manufacturer’s associations, more than 100 chamber of commerce and more than 800 companies. Now in its thirty seventh year of operation, PFEW’s governing body is the Foundation for Free Enterprise Education, a 501 © (3) non-profit organization. For more information, please contact the foundation at (814) 833-9576 or visit www.pfew.org.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

James A. Urbanski

James A. Urbanski, 87, of 10247 Rt. 120, Emporium, PA died peacefuly at his residence with his companion & pastor at his side on Tuesday (June 2, 2015) morning following a lengthy illness. He was born June 4, 1927 in Munson, PA a son of the late Conrad and Bertha Drobnak Urbanski.

Mr. Urbanski served with the US Army in the Asiatic Theatre during WW II. He retired from Sylvania after over 38 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church where he served as a deacon. He was a volunteer at the Emporium Senior Center & delivered Meals on Wheels. He enjoyed dining with Pat at the Buttonwood, gardening, watching wildlife especially deer and birds. He loved to ride his motorcycle.

 Surviving Daughter: Mary U., Mrs. Reese Lee, Munson 
Son: Daniel Urbanski, Chattsworth, California 
Son: Stephen Urbanski, Pittsburgh 
2 Grandchildren: Justin & Brian Lee 
Companion: Patricia Jones, Emporium 

Preceded in Death By Parents: Conrad and Bertha Drobnak Urbanski
 3 Brothers: Ray, Fredie and Robert Urbanski 
3 Sisters: Mary Mahoney, Emma Nasca & Anna Browne 

A Celebration of life and time of sharing will be at held the Barnett Funeral Home, 207 E. Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Thursday at 2:00 PM concluding in prayer at 4:00 PM with Rev. Andrew Johnson, Pastor, First Baptist Church, officiating. 

Burial will be in the Reidy Cemetery, Wallaceton, PA 

Memorial Contributions may be made to the charity of the donors choice. 

 BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Lost Necklace

Lost in Emporium - a necklace with deep sentimental value. 
 If you have found one, please call this Cell # (814)594-0726.
 A reward is offered. 
 Thank You!

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