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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Ed's Barber Shop Announces It's Closing

Ed Nolder, longtime Emporium barber, has announced his retirement. 

He will be closing shop on Oct. 1, 2021.  Ed opened his business on April 1, 1990. 

Many of you will remember barber Phil Labrozzi who was the previous barber in the same building. 

FLOWERS 'N THINGS - Fun Flower Friday & More!

 

FLOWERS 'N THINGS

Funflower Friday bouquets are $20 cash n carry.
 We will be open 9a-3p, 9/24 
We will be closed all day Saturday, 9/25.

Stop by and see the fall arrangements and gifts!  
I just love this store. We are so fortunate to have it in our community! 

Austin Lynn Hostler

 

Austin Lynn Hostler, age 82, of Hudson passed away Saturday, September 11, 2021 at Hickory Falls Health and Rehabilitation. He was born April 16, 1939 to the late Austin Clair and Jessie Casewell Hostler. In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by two sons, Richard Hostler and Austin Hostler, Jr.; one great-grandson, Jesse Moate; six brothers; and two sisters.

Mr. Hostler was a faithful member of Refuge Missionary Baptist Church where he loved worshiping his Lord and Savior. He was a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy serving during the Vietnam Era and the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and gardening. Austin was also a skilled handyman and could fix anything. He will be remembered for his loveable personality, his prankster ways, and the unwavering love he had for his family and friends.

Those left to cherish his memory include his loving wife of 59 years, Paula Louise Stiver Hostler, of the home; two sons, Robert Hostler and wife Michelle of Fayetteville, and James Hostler and wife Pam of Wyoming; one daughter, Glenda Bentley and husband Tony of Hudson; two sisters, Eunice Albright, and Eva June Flaugh, both of Pennsylvania; ten grandchildren; twenty-eight great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial services to honor the life of Mr. Hostler will be held Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 11:00 A.M. at Refuge Missionary Baptist Church conducted by Rev. Darren Peterson. Military Honors will be provided by the U.S. Navy and the Caldwell County Honor Guard.

Online condolences may be left at www.greer-mcelveenfuneralhome.com.

Greer-McElveen Funeral Home and Crematory is assisting the Hostler family.

Martha Ann Berry

 

Martha Ann Berry, 75, of Emlenton, formerly of Emporium, passed away Monday afternoon, September 13, 2021 in the comfort of her home while in the company of her family.

Martha was born in Hammondsport, New York on December 5, 1945. She was the daughter of the late Max and Felicia Viselli Patterson. Martha was of the Catholic faith. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting, traveling with her husband in their R.V. and most especially the company of her Chihuahuas. Martha and her husband John purchased the Gaslight Campground in Emlenton in 2004 and operated the campground until 2013 when they sold it to their son Mike. Martha was very patriotic and enjoyed visiting with the campers as well as the annual campground car show.

Martha was married on March 2, 1962 in Emporium to John L. Berry, Jr. Mr. Berry preceded her in death on June 1, 2019.

She is survived by three children, Jacqueline A. “Jackie” Smith and her husband Tim of Millerton, Gregory A. Berry and his wife Sophia of Emporium, and Michael J. Berry of Emlenton; her grandchildren, Nick, Cody, Miranda, Nicole, Chad, Heather, B.J., Heath, Macie, Makenna, Justin, and Scott; nine great grandchildren; four brothers: Dean and Gene Patterson and Emery and Tom Cummings; a sister, Debbie Cummings, as well as a number of nieces, nephews, cousins, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two sisters, Jean and Sandy, and a brother, Max.

A graveside service officiated by the Rev. Paul Siebert, pastor of St. Mark Roman Catholic Church in Emporium will be held on Saturday, September 18, 2021. Interment will be in Portage Township Cemetery in Emporium. 

 Memorial contributions in Mrs. Berry’s name may be made to Amedysis Hospice Foundation, 3854 American Way Baton Rouge, LA 70816 or a local hospice of one’s choice. Arrangements are under the direction of the Hile Funeral Home Inc., Emlenton. 
 To send a condolence, please visit www.hilefh.com

Unnecessary IRS Reporting Proposal

 


After going to the below link, fill in the fields, click submit and your prefilled letters will appear for your review. 

In the coming days, Congress will be reviewing a new bill that would require all banks to report details of every business and personal bank transaction over $600 to the IRS.

Tell Congress: Oppose Burdensome, Unnecessary IRS Reporting Proposal

The current administration is proposing requiring community banks and other financial institutions to report to IRS transaction of your business and personal accounts. This will create an enormous burden on community banks and an unnecessary invasion of privacy for our customers.

Send a letter directly to your members of Congress by visiting  https://icba.quorum.us/campaign/IRS 
The letter is pre-written and pre-populated with your Congressional members’ names and office addresses.

Charley’s Friendly Tavern & Restaurant Dine In or Take Out

 

Charley’s Friendly Tavern & Restaurant 
 DINE IN OR TAKE OUT 
Specials for tonight (Thurs, Sept 23rd): Hours: 4:30pm-8pm 
 Please call 486-0539 to place an order or to make a reservation. Reservations are greatly appreciated. 

 Pot Roast of Beef
 Hot Beef Sandwich Dinner
 Beef on Wick
 Liver and Onions with Bacon 
 Meatball Sub with Mozzarella Cheese
 Grilled Steak Salad with Fries and Mozzarella 
 Grilled Chicken Salad with Fries and Mozzarella cheese (Medium or Large) 
Hawaiian Ham Steak 
Chicken in the Basket 
 Flat Iron Steak 
 Spaghetti with Meatballs, Hot Sausage, or 1 of each
 Plus Regular Menu 
Soup: Homemade Bean and Ham with Bacon 
 Desserts: Pecan Pie Pumpkin Pie Ice cream or Sundaes


I can't walk in or drive by Charlies without thinking of my dad, Charlie and their friends playing cards or going to the horse races! 

Upcoming Activities at the Emporium Senior Center

 

Upcoming Activities at the Emporium Senior Center

 Beginning in October, the Emporium Senior Center is making some activities available. These activities will be set up in a way to allow for moderate social distancing.

 On the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, you are invited to join us for Bingo from 1-3pm. 
No food will be served, though you are welcome to bring your own individual snacks if you choose to.
 No food should be shared at this time. 

On the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month, you are invited to join us for Adult Coloring and/or Puzzles from 10am-Noon. 

On Monday-Friday, the pool table will be available in our back room from 10am-1pm.

 Masks should be worn in the center, while entering, exiting, and while in general motion. 

When seated and social distanced, masks can be removed.
 Eat-in and Takeout meals are available Monday-Friday. 
Call by 1pm the day before if you would like to order one!

Emporium County Club Restaurant Temporary Closure

As a precautionary measure, the ECC restaurant has decided to close for the period of 9/23 thru 9/30 due to possible Covid exposure to some of our staff.  

The outside grill will remain open.  

Look forward to seeing you on the 30th.  Stay healthy and safe!! 

PS. The golf course is closed Thursday 9/23 due to the overnight weather.  

It will reopen Friday 9/24 at 8 am with possible cart restrictions.

Cameron County Mercantile Business Update


 For all of you that are curious about the upcoming changes at the Old Big G store, here is a update on the duo behind the Cameron County Mercantile & its parent company, Powder Town. 

 Cameron County Mercantile 
 37 East 4th Street
 Emporium, PA 15834 
 Cameron County Mercantile is a boutique for local makers, growers, artisans, and collectors to display and sell their products.



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Powder Town 
Vision: to make Cameron County a must-visit destination in the PA Wilds. 
Mission: preserve the unique community by restoring buildings and encouraging entrepreneurs. 


It's so exciting to see another downtown building undergoing renovations and having people committed to our community and taking pride in their business! 

Community Engagement Specialist Job Opening

 


Community Engagement Specialist Academic & Student Affairs ·
 Warren, Pennsylvania 
 JOB TITLE: Community Engagement Specialist 
 CLASSIFICATION: Full-time, Non-exempt, Annual Salar
 PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: September 30, 2021
 COMPENSATION RANGE: $42,500

CC SPCA Looking For Volunteers


Cally cat @ the SPCA  
fill out an application if you are interested in her!  

Cameron County SPCA 
 Hello everyone, We are looking for a volunteer or volunteers to do Saturday mornings/evenings. 
It will be every Saturday at least once a day. 

It would be good to have two different people, one for the morning ans ine for the evening. (if you can only do a different day we may be able to work something out) It includes: Cleaning Feeding/ watering Socializing cats/kittens Cleaning litter boxes Cleaning cages We are also looking for volunteers to help any day of the week to help us socialize the cats. You will be able to come when you can and play with kittens and cats.

 If you are interested please fill out a volunteer application. Applications can be found in the mail box by our door or on our website http://cameroncountyspca.wixsite.com/camcospca#! 
**To volunteer you must be at least 18 years old**

 South mountain Road 
Emporium Pennsylvania 15834 
 (814) 486-0101

Cameron County Recreation Center Update

 

Cameron County Recreation Center 

You or someone you know may be able to help us continue our game room updates! In an effort to make space for more variety, we would like to accept your donation in return for this pool table. It is not in the best condition, but functional and would be a great addition to your own game room. Please feel free to message our page or contact us via email or phone with inquiries. Thank you in advance for your contribution to our youth! 
Cameron County Recreation Center 
 300 S Chestnut Street 15834
 (814) 486-8915
 camcorecreation@gmail.com

2021 Hall of Fame Honorees Oct. 9


 

There has been a change to the Hall of Fame event, we will be moving our time of the event to start at 2:00PM, please see updated schedule below. 

Hall of Fame Honorees John Minard, Gary Gross, William “Bill” Vassallo, Jon Bickford, Adam Bickford, Shawn Ellenberger, Jim Snyder 

Schedule of Events Friday, October 8, 2021 Homecoming Parade Saturday, October 9, 2021 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Cameron County High School Auditorium 2:00 PM – 3:15PM 
Meet and Greet 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM Induction Ceremony

Starting with John Minard, Class of 1959, who is quoted as outstanding on the court as well as the gridiron. Gary Gross, Class of 1963, outstanding basketball career. William Vassallo, Class of 1973, exceptional basketball career. Adam Bickford and John Bickford, Class of 2000, twin brothers both with outstanding football and wrestling careers. Shawn Ellenberger, Class of 2008, exceptional football player.

Finally, Service recognition to James E Snyder, for over 20 years of service as Director of the Community Center and mentoring the young athletes of our community.

Looking forward to honoring this year's inductees on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at the Cameron County High School, starting at 2:00 -3:15 with a meet and greet and the induction ceremony starting promptly at 3:30 PM. More details to come!

Hall of Fame Honorees John Minard, Gary Gross, William “Bill” Vassallo, Jon Bickford, Adam Bickford, Shawn Ellenberger, Jim Snyder

The Cameron County Sports Hall of Fame is an event to recognize athletes, coaches and special services to the young athletes of our community. 
The public is invited to make nominations and submit them to the Hall of Fame manager, @ acampbellsem@gmail.com or mail them to 416 W 4th St, Emporium, PA 15834. 
Those names will go on a list to be reviewed by a selection committee. 
Each spring the committee will meet to select the inductees for an induction ceremony in the fall.

Open house/ House for Sale Oct. 1, Old West Creek Road

 

Open house/ House for Sale
 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2021 AT 10 am
 Mary Jeanne Pepper Hornung 
2230 Old West Creek Rd, 
Emporium, PA 15834-

CC Girl Scout Update

 

Cameron County Girl Scouts

  Hi GS fam!! We have exciting news! The troop is paying for the memberships of our renewing girls, we just need to know if you still want in! Members brought home a renewal paper from school yesterday. It MUST be returned TODAY for us to pay as we have someone from Girl Scouts coming to pick them up. ✔️ Returning Member Troop 52870 We can’t wait to play again soon!

Home for Sale - Downtown Emporium

 Home for sale 

325 W. 4th Street, Emporium, PA 15834 

Call 814-486-3690 for details 



Rotary News - Dictionary Project

 


Students in Mrs. Wilson’s 3rd grade class at Woodland Elementary received dictionaries from the Emporium Rotary Club as part of their Dictionary Project.

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Pic of the Day


Railroad bridge in Castle Garden, PA 

 

A. J. Kautz Will Be Closing

 

The longtime business of A. J. Kautz has announced they will be regretfully closing on September 30, 2021. The business has been serving the area since 1921. Founded by John Kautz's grandfather,  John was a familiar face to many in our area that called on the business for help. In 2013 Jeff Pearson took over running the business. In last weeks Cameron County Echo, Jeff stated he will be beginning a new career at the new ACE Hardware store that will open soon in Emporium. They will be missed! 

Aroma Cafe Temporarily Closed

 I am a couple of days late posting this, but I still wanted to share. 

I know we all wish them well! 

Aroma Cafe 
 Unfortunately Covid has hit the Zucal family. Josh and I have been exposed and we will be closing for the recommended quarantine period. We will keep you updated as to when we can reopen.
 Thanks for understanding, Lindsey

Axe-tion Seekers, Indoor Axe Throwing Range


Located in nearby St Mary's!  Follow their FB page for updates! 

Axe-tion Seekers 

We are the area's only in-door axe throwing range. We schedule one hour time slots for each of our 7 lanes. Longer times can be scheduled as well as group sessions. Leagues will be forming so let us know if you are interested in participating.

Axe-tion Seekers
 402 Washington Street 
Saint Marys, PA 15857
 (814) 788-7005

The Little Shed in Driftwood, PA


click on photos to enlarge view 

A friend and I found the cutest little shop in Driftwood, PA.  Sharing a few photos, but the next time your near Driftwood, you might want to check it out! It's right along the river, you can't miss the sign. Wendy, it was nice meting you! 

Grove Township Large Item Clean Up Day

Grove Township  Large Item Clean Up Day

 OCTOBER 9th, 2021 
Starting at 9:00 - 4:00

October 9th, 2021 9:00 - 4:00 

Today is the day to get rid of the extra stuff you have laying around your house or camp that you normally can not throw in the dumpster. There will be workers here to help you with heavy stuff. We still ask that you do not bring tires, TV's and computers. 

If you have any questions feel free to contact the office Monday - Thursday 8-12.
 814-546-2606

Rita F. Kirk

 

Rita F. Kirk, 91, of 40 W. 5th St., Emporium, PA passed away at Penn Highlands Elk, St. Marys, PA on Tuesday morning (September 21, 2021). She was born September 14, 1930 in DuBois, PA a daughter of the late Ira and Ethel Johnston Beckner. On October 22, 1948 in Patton, PA she married the late Emerson "Slim" Kirk.

She is survived by a son, Duane (Loretta) Kirk, Hilton, NY; daughter, Pamela Kulick, Emporium; two grandchildren: Brian and Robin Kirk; four great grandchildren; sister, Ruth Stewart, DuBois.

Rita was preceded in death by her parents, husband and a brother, Earl Beckner.

There will be No Visitation. Services will be Private with the family at Barnett Funeral Home.

Burial will be in the Newton Cemetery, Emporium, PA

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Cameron County Ambulance Service, 299 E. Second St., Emporium, PA 15834

Online Condolences may be placed at www.BarnettFuneralHome.net

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Rotary News - Seneca Resources

 

Rotarian, Lori Reed, introduced guest speakers, Adam Krug & Dominic Morelli from Seneca Resources at the Rotary luncheon meeting September 21st. Seneca Resources Company LLC, the exploration and production segment of National Fuel Gas Company, explores for, develops and produces natural gas and oil reserves in California and the Appalachian Region including the Marcellus and Utica Shales. Natural Gas tax revenue has generated $24.4 million for Northcentral Pennsylvania Communities just in 2020. The tax supports environmental, emergency response, infrastructure, and critical community programs in 14 counties in Pennsylvania including Cameron. Cameron County has received over $600,000.00 in tax revenue.

Rotary News - Service Above Self Award

The Emporium Rotary Club awarded Gayle & Harry Mansfield their Service Above Self Award at the Rotary luncheon meeting September 21st. This award is given by the club annually to an individual, group or organization in the community who volunteer their time & effort helping local individuals or with community activities. The Mansfields have been serving the community for over 50 years as a couple and individually including Boy & Girls Scouts, Food Pantry, Esther’s Place, First United Methodist Church committee members, preparing lunches for Rotary each week, Fair Association board members and other volunteer work to numerous to mention. They truly meet the motto of “Service Above Self.” Also pictured (right) is Rotary President Elect, Brad Rinehart.

Monday, September 20, 2021

September & October Events in Cameron County

 

Fall Events = Full Calendar

The calendar of events for Cameron County filling up for the fall season. Things kick off this weekend with the All Fired Up Kickin Ash BBQ Competition and Sinnemahone Gravel Grinder. Competitors will compete for trophies in 7 categories along with Peoples Choice. There are two unique twists to the competition according to Cameron County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Tina Johns Solak. “Competitors are encouraged to sell to those that come to the event. Many competitions limit it to tastings or in some cases people must purchase a ticket in order to eat from the competitors. The chamber wants the competitors to make money at this event.” Another unique twist is a mystery meat competition. No one knows what they will be asked to prepare for judging. This year Valley Meats selected the item and competitors will learn their task on Friday night. Embassy Powdered Metals sponsoring the event by providing $500.00 cash prize.

While the grills are heating, more than 70 are expected to compete in the Sinnemahone Gravel Grinder. Three course lengths are available. The shortest is 14 miles along the West Creek Recreational Trail. A 26mile course takes riders from Emporium to the intersection of Hunts Run and Ridge Roads along Elk State Forest Trails and the third 55 mile course starts in Emporium and includes riding through Sinnemahoning State Park and back to the start line. Registration for any of the mileage ends at noon on Friday.

In October every weekend is packed with events. The first and second Saturdays see a return to festivals at Sizerville and Sinnemahoning State Parks. According to the community calendar kept by the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce October 2 includes a cash bash by the VFW Auxiliary starting at 2pm and the showing of Hocus Pocus at the Emporium Food Market starting at 7:30pm. That event is co-sponosred by the grocery store and ADAS. 

 The weekend of October 8-9 includes a Homecoming Parade Friday night, and on Saturday in addition to the First Fork Festival in Sinnemahoning, a Mud Run hosted by Smoker Logging will take place at 2pm, Mason Farm will host a fall festival and a Hall of Fame Ceremony at Cameron County High School will take place that evening.

October 16 will be the final leg of the Sinnemahone Triple Crown with trail runners selecting their distance on Elk State Forest trails. In addition to the race, a car show will take place at the former Sylvania plant with a children’s power wheels demolition derby.

 October 24 Allegheny Mountain Chapter of Nam Knights will take center stage with a beer and bacon bash at the Emporium Volunteer Fire Department Social Hall. On Sunday afternoon Cameron County Ambulance will host a bingo at the same location.

The month ends with Trick or Treat, Smoker Logging Halloween Extravaganza and business trick or treat on Saturday October 30. Any organization wishing to be included on the community calendar can submit information to cameroncountychamber@gmail.com. The calendar is published at www.cameroncountychamber.org.-30-

PA Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau Promoting Cameron County

PA Great Outdoors Gives Cameron County a nice shout out!  


PA Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau

 Cameron County is a wild and wonderful outdoor paradise. Visitors looking to unplug from their busy lives are attracted to the area to connect with nature and unwind in the quiet mountains. Find everything you need to plan your Autumn Adventure in Cameron County

Taylor Gillette interim Managing Director of CCOYA

 

Cameron County Outdoor Youth  Activities 

Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities (CCOYA) is excited to introduce Taylor Gillette as the interim Managing Director. Those of you familiar with CCOYA know Don Bickford has been the Managing Director for the past 11 years and will step down and into his well-deserved retirement at y ears end. Taylor will lose the interim tag and assume the Managing Director position for the start of 2022.

 Taylor Gillette is a local talent who will no doubt continue CCOYA’s energy in meeting the Organizations Mission. Taylor is a graduate of Cameron County High School and holds an Associate’s Degree and Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science from Penn State University. He served his post graduate internship with the Cameron County Conservation District which led to his recent position as a Resource Conservation Technician with the Elk County Conservation District before joining CCOYA. Taylor is no stranger to the outdoors or wildlife conservation; one can comfortably say he was tailored made for his next professional step as the Managing Director for CCOYA. His passion and hobbies include archery, hunting, upland bird hunting with his dog Hank, fly fishing and birding, along with other outdoor activities. 

 Taylor is excited for this new opportunity, stating “I am very excited to be taking over as Managing Director for CCOYA. The CCOYA organization was instrumental during my youth. I do not think I would have chosen the career path that I did had it not been for CCOYA. I’m excited about working and partnering with the community and local organizations to provide our youth with the same outdoor education and experience that I enjoyed. I’m excited to be taking on this position and I want to thank CCOYA for the opportunity. I can’t wait to see where this position will lead me.”

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Upcoming Weekend Programs at Sinnemahoning

 

Weekend Programs at Sinnemahoning

Visit Sinnemahoning State Park this weekend for an autumn-themed program. Catch monarch butterflies on Saturday or Sunday; learn to measure and score elk antlers on Saturday; and take a ride Sunday on the final pontoon boat tours of the season.

Monarch Butterfly Tagging, Saturday, September 25, 10:30 AM to12:00 PM and Sunday, September 26, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM. Learn about monarch butterfly biology and migration through a short PowerPoint presentation, then take a walk in the park to catch, tag, and release butterflies. Arial nets provided. Wear closed-toe shoes and be prepared to walk through fields. All ages welcome. Indoor presentation will be held rain or shine, but tagging will not take place in wet or rainy weather. Meet in the Wildlife Center classroom.

Measuring and Scoring Antlers, Saturday, September 25, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Discover how deer and elk antlers grow, what conditions make for the largest antlers, and how to rough score elk and deer antlers. Program includes hands-on practice of measuring elk antlers and take-home references. Intended for adults and older children. Meet in the Wildlife Center classroom.

Pontoon Boat Tours, Sunday, September 26. Three tours starting at 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM. Join park staff for a relaxing and informative 1-hour tour of the lake as we search the shoreline for herons, ducks, turtles, and other wildlife. Program is free but donations are requested. All ages welcome. Pre-registration is recommended but not required. Lake Day Use Area.

To pre-register for a pontoon tour, or to see a complete list of programs offered at Sinnemahoning State Park, please visit the DCNR Calendar of Events at https://events.dcnr.pa.gov/sinnemahoning_state_park/calendar. If you need assistance with online registration or have questions, please call the park office 814-647-8401 and dial 0 for the front desk.

CC Mud Run UPDATE 9/19/21

 

STILL BRINGING IT BACK 
NEW LOCATION: 136 Old Portage Road Emporium Pa 15834

 Saturday October 9th
 Cameron County Mud Run 

Free admission, there will be food trucks. 
Nam Knights and Rich Valley Wines will be serving alcohol. 

Participants can begin entering at 9am. The mud run will begin at 2pm. Please share to spread the word on the updated event. We will have waivers that must be signed by participants and spectators before you enter the property. 
If you have any questions please message me, Austin Smoker 
You may also contact Jack Smoker @ 814-389-5635
 Thank you.


If you have any questions please message Jack Smoker at 814-389-5635

Sponsorship is available! If you or your business would like to help sponsor this event, reach out to us at 814-389-5635. The sponsor fee will be $100 per year. We will have a 2’x 6’ vinyl banner made with the business name and logo on it . This will be hung at every event in 2021/ 2022. The deadline is September 25.



Cameron County Mud Run t-shirts Colors available: black, white, yellow, orange, and pink Sizes: youth: x-small, small, medium, large Adult: small, medium, large, x-large, 2x-large Please direct message Julie Smoker with pre-sale orders or stop into Sunny Side Boutique 10am-6pm Monday through Friday. $12 per shirt on pre-sale Shirts will be for sale at event for $15 Thank you

Open House - Yard Sale

Pumpkins & More @ Strahls on Rich Valley Road

 


Pumpkins, Gourds and Cornstalks for sale at Strahl's,2118 Rich Valley Road, Emporium

A beautiful selection & a short drive! 

CC Ambulance Pull Tab Raffle

 

Cameron County Ambulance pull tabs raffle. 
 100 tickets $5.00 ea. (5) 50.00 gift cards for Emporium Food Mart. 
 You are supporting both the ambulance and local business. 
 Thank you.

Contact Carol Caldwell for tickets via Facebook, or stop at the ambulance shed. 

A shout of thanks to  Carol for all the work she does for our ambulance department! 

Family Development Specialist Job Opening

 

Family Development Specialist Job Opening in Emporium 

Full time 40 hours/weekly Cameron County Family Center Bachelor's degree preferred or two years supervised experience working with young children. Must be creative, organized, and able to work independently. Should be enthusiastic, able to lift 25 to 30 pounds and have critical thinking skills based on common sense. Good communication skills are key.

 *Level of education/experience will determine starting pay rate ranging between $12- $15/hour. 
 Some families may require non-traditional home visits which may be done virtually.
 *Valid drivers license required 
*Reliable transportation required
 *Clearances for working with children required 

 Send resumes to heidi.ccfc@gmail.com Deadline to apply for October 1, 2021. 
 Also listed on Indeed and Careerlink

Financial Aid / College Career Event

 

Community Education Center 

The College-Career Fair is back! 

 Come out the St. Marys High School on October 6th from 3:00-6:00 to meet with college-career reps.
 Are you heading off to college? 
 Stay for the Financial Aid Night that starts at 6:00 in the Auditorium.

Spotted Lanternfly Update

 


Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

This #BadBug has been running all over town. 
Name: Spotted Lanternfly 

Description: Suspect appears to be an adult, approximately 1" long and 1/2" wide at rest, grey in color with contrasting red and black wings with black spots. Suspect was last seen destroying trees, vineyards, crops, and more across Pennsylvania. If you see em’, squash em’ if you can! 
 Report a sighting: https://buff.ly/2KBn1ph

PA Great Outdoors Photo Contest

 

PA Great Outdoors Visitors 

Our new Colors of Autumn Photo Contest runs now through November 2021. 

 To enter complete the entry form and upload your photos at VisitPAGO.com/contest 
The only requirements are that the photo meet the Colors of Autumn photo contest theme and must be taken in Jefferson, Elk, Clarion, Forest, or Cameron Counties.

Saturday, September 18, 2021

Bicycle Fundraiser Donates $1300 to CC Ambulance Services

 
Bottom photo, left to right
Carol Caldwell, Derek Beldin, Nancy Graham 

Cameron County Ambulance Service 

 Recently Derek Beldin, Chris Rohrer, and Jeff  Weidow went on a 24hr bike ride from Coudersport to Scranton to raise money for charities that each chose before their adventure. After many events along the way, and leg cramps to boot, over $1300 was donated to our ambulance service!! Thank you for thinking of us! You are all very much appreciated!

Friday, September 17, 2021

CCHS Lady Raider Volleyball Senior Night


CCHS Lady Raider Volleyball

 Monday September 20th, 2021 is SENIOR NIGHT for Varsity Volleyball! 

 Please come out and show your seniors some love and support as we celebrate their time on the court.
 JV starts at 6:00 p.m. and Varsity will follow.