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Friday, September 18, 2020

The Creekside Inn Update



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The Creekside Inn has added 3 RV spots!
Next week there will be picnic tables, fire rings & firewood!

Follow the Creekside Inn here 



This is a wonderful place to enjoy your stay in Cameron County. 

THE CREEKSIDE INN at Sizerville has been located in EMPORIUM since September 2011.

 THE CREEKSIDE INN at Sizerville was purchased in September 2011 by Scott and Marty Finch of Prosperity, PA. Like his father before him, Scott has brought his family to the area for hunting, fishing and recreation for generations. Since our motel opened its doors this fall, we’ve adopted the community of Emporium, PA as part of our family.

 It's a great place to vacation, relax, and get away from it all. Other motels may offer similar amenities, but ours is nestled in the pines, alongside an award-winning State Park, stream, and has a personal touch. 
THE CREEKSIDE INN at Sizerville Services: Air Conditioned Rooms, Bikes Available for Guests (FREE) Fireside lounging 3 fire pit areas are located around the property to provide our guests with a place to kick back and relax in comfort. Feel free to bring your own beverages and use the firewood stacked at the rear of the motel. Some camp chairs available. There are 2 Gas Grills for outdoor cooking, and picnic tables too. FREE Wireless Internet If you are working away from home or just want to catch up on your social networking,  A cell phone booster has been added to provide service inside our rooms. Every room is equipped with a mini-refrigerator, microwave, and coffee pot. 5 Stall Barn and a run-in pen for horse lodging

Charley’s Friendly Tavern & Restaurant Closed Sept 18 & 19

 

Charley’s Friendly Tavern & Restaurant

 Just a reminder... we are closed tonight (Friday, Sept 18th) and tomorrow night (Saturday, Sept 19th) due to a medical procedure in the family. We're sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause. 
We will re-open on Wednesday, Sept 23rd.

Fall Festival @ Masons Farm


We are pleased to announce that we will be having our Fall Festival this year.
 Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 10th, from 1-4pm. 
We had to make some changes due to Covid and the safety of everyone who attends.
 We will not be able to have games this year but will still have lots of fun. 
Pumpkins will be available for purchase. Hope to see you and all the little ones. 

 Our pumpkin patch is open daily! Stop by to pick out your favorite pumpkin. 
Gourds are also available

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Rotary News


Pat Kempher, President of the Cameron County Fair Association, was the guest speaker at the Rotary luncheon meeting September 15th. Joining her was 2020 Cameron County Fair Queen, Eryn Krieg.

 Due to COVID-19, fairgoers saw many changes in the way the fair operated this year. There are 108 fairs throughout Pennsylvania with only 5 taking place this year and Cameron County was one of them. There was a lot more effort that had to go into organizing this year, but fair organizers, following all the protocols of COVID-19, forged ahead and made the fair successful again this year. Pat stated that the Cameron County Fair is considered a “Century Fair”. On behalf of the Fair Committee, Pat thanks everyone who supported the fair association this year and in the past.

Elk County Catholic vs Cameron County Varsity Football

 

Elk County Catholic vs Cameron County Varsity Football

 Watch Elk County Catholic Crusaders take on Cameron County Red Raiders in Varsity Football Action 

 Please follow this link to the  https://www.facebook.com/events/956272278204782

If you do not have Facebook, you may listen to the live game here 



Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Jay D. Edel



He was born January 21, 1941 in Bradford, PA a son of the late Clement Paul "Bud" and Ethel Story Edel. On May 8, 1964 in St. Bernards Catholic Church in Bradford he married Mary Lea Garwood, who survives.

Jay graduated from Bradford Area High School in the class of 1959 and then from Rochester Business Institute. He worked at PA Pressed Metals for many years and later was a co-owner of (AST) American Sintered Technology from where he retired. He was a very active member of St. Mark Catholic Church having served on St. Marks and St. James Parish Council and Finance Committee and the Elk/Cameron Curcillo. Jay was a member of the Knights of Columbus where he was a fourth degree knight, Emporium Rotary Foundation, Safari Club, Trout Unlimited and Mid-Cameron Authority.

In addition to his wife Mary Lea he is survived by a son, Leander Edel (Pency), Plano, TX; two daughters, Kimberlea Whiting, Emporium; Stephanie Malizia (John), DuBois; four grandchildren: Breanna Whiting, Jared Whiting, Maryclaire Malizia and John Malizia, III; two sisters, Kay Bessenhoffer, St. Marys and Jackie Savacool (Richard), Spring, TX.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by three brothers, Lamont, Frederick and 
Richard Edel.

Visitation with Video Tribute will be at the Barnett Funeral Home on Monday from 5-7 PM. (Covid-19 guidelines should be followed). 

Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated at the St. Mark Catholic Church, 235 East Fourth Street, Emporium, PA on Tuesday (September 22, 2020) at 10:30 AM with Rev. Paul S. Siebert, Pastor, as Celebrant.

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

Memorial Contributions may be made to St. Mark Catholic Church, Memorial Fund, 235 E. 4th Street, Emporium, PA 15834

Online Condolences may be placed at www.BarnettFuneralHome.net

John Cappiello at BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Monday, September 14, 2020

Night Golf @ Emporium Country Club


Questions? Call 814-486-7715

 

CCSD Substitute Job Openings


 

The Cameron County School District is seeking applicants for the following substitute positions: 
Teacher
 Custodian
 Cafeteria 
Teacher’s Aide
 Crossing Guard 
Please contact Wendy Goulding at wendy.goulding@camcosd.org or (814) 486-4000 Ext. 3951
 for more information.

Rotary News

Julie Collins, owner of 3 Miracle Ear franchises located in Kersey, Brookville & DuBois, was the guest speaker at the September 8th Rotary luncheon meeting. Julie is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences and has been in the industry for 18 years. Hearing, one of a person’s 5 senses, is very important to a person’s quality of life. Loss of hearing can lead to memory loss, impaired cognitive abilities, alertness, decline in brain functions such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, and foster a rapid decline in an individual. Miracle Ear has 1,500 locations in the US and many options to making hearing devices affordable. Also pictured is Rotarian, Don Perry, who has benefited from Miracle Ear.

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BBQ Competition to be held in Emporium


Competitors must register by September 18
 Call the Chamber of Commerce for further details about this competition
814-486-4314

Sunday, September 13, 2020

First Fork Festival is Going Virtual

 

The First Fork Festival at Sinnemahoning State Park will look a little different this year: we are going virtual! The 8th annual First Fork Festival will be held as a virtual Facebook event on the weekend of October 10 – 11, 2020. 

Following the tradition of the live First Fork Festival, this virtual Facebook event will celebrate the history and culture of the First Fork Sinnemahoning Valley, highlighting local authors, artists, and artisans. High quality art, local handcrafted items, and a variety of local artisan foods will be available for sale online. 

This virtual Facebook event will include dozens of local authors, artists and artisans, many of whom make a portion of their livelihood by displaying and selling their handmade products during the art fair season from March through November. Small businesses have been among those most affected by the restrictions that have been placed on live events this season. Please support the artists and artisans of our local community by visiting them online. 

For park visitors who have already scheduled a visit to the First Fork Valley that weekend, the park will offer a limited number of live demonstrations and interpretive programs on Saturday, October 10, 2020 between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all live programs at Sinnemahoning State Park will be held outdoors, will require social distancing, and will require the use of facemasks. Program group size is limited; pre-registration for programs is required. 

This community-focused free virtual event takes place on October 10-11, 2020, on the Sinnemahoning State Park Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sinnemahoningSP/events. Information will also be available on the DCNR Calendar of Events at www.events.dcnr.pa.gov/sinnemahoning_state_park and through the Sinnemahoning State Park email newsletter. 

If you would like a list of vendors participating in the virtual First Fork Festival event or have questions about programs at Sinnemahoning State Park, please contact the park office at 814-647-8961 or SinnemahoningSP@pa.gov or visit the park’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/sinnemahoningSP

Chicken BBQ @ the Emporium Moose Sept 19


 

Nate Sestina Starts Pro Career in Russia


Sharing this post from Facebook & online 
Please click on this link to view the article 

Go Nate!  Cameron County is so proud of you!!

 

Red Raider Varsity Football Schedule


Click on this link to view the Red Raider Varsity Football schedule
First game this Thursday, September 17th ! 
First home game is Friday, September 25th 




 

Programs September 17-20 at Sinnemahoning State Park


Programs September 17-20 at Sinnemahoning State Park 

 Enjoy the early fall weather with an outdoor program at Sinnemahoning State Park. Next week park staff are offering two opportunities to catch and tag monarchs, a talk on reintroduced game species, and a guided bike tour. Pre-registration is required for some programs. 

Thursday, September 17, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Monarch Watch Butterfly Tagging. Monarch butterfly migration presentation followed by a short walk to catch, tag, and release monarch butterflies. Arial nets provided. Be prepared to walk through fields. All participants must wear face masks. Limit 24 people. Pre-registration is recommended. Program is weather-dependent. Meet outdoors in front of the Wildlife Center. 

Saturday, September 19, 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM, Gone and Back Again: Reintroduced Game Animals of PA. Many of the game species that are plentiful in Pennsylvania today were once nearly or completely gone from the state due to loss of habitat and overhunting. Join the park naturalist to learn about some of the wild game species whose populations have been restored through conservation practices and their current status in PA. Facemasks are required. All ages welcome. Group size limited to 24 people. Program will be held outdoors in the campground amphitheater. 

Sunday, September 20, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, Fall Foliage Bike Tour. Join the park naturalist for a morning bike ride along the Lowlands Trail, as we look closely at the colors of fall and the natural processes that cause this dramatic change. Bring your own bicycle or use one of ours. Ride will be 3-5 miles on improved gravel trail. All experience levels welcome. Group size limited. Pre-registration is required by Friday, Sept. 18. Meet outside in front of the Wildlife Center. 

Sunday, September 20, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Monarch Watch Butterfly Tagging. A repeat of Thursday’s program with a short presentation followed by a chance to catch, tag, and release monarch butterflies. Arial nets provided. Be prepared to walk through fields. All participants must wear face masks. Limit 24 people. Pre-registration is recommended. Program is weather-dependent. Meet outdoors in front of the Wildlife Center. 

To mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19, until further notice, all programs at Sinnemahoning State Park will be held outdoors, will be limited to 25 people or less, will follow social-distancing guidelines, and will require use of face masks. All participants must wear face coverings while attending PA State Park programs. 

To pre-register, or for more information, please visit the DCNR Calendar of Events http://events.dcnr.pa.gov. If you need assistance with online registration, please call the park office 814-647-8401 and dial 0 for the front desk. 

If you need an accommodation to participate in PA State Park activities due to a disability, please contact the park you plan to visit. With at least seven days’ notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.

Friday, September 11, 2020

LPN Opening @ Guy & Mary Felt Manor

 

Guy and Mary Felt Manor is accepting applications for full time or part time LPN position for second or third shift.
 Contact Amy Shelley, DON at a.l.shelley72@gmail.com or Kim Jones, Administrator at ashwhit@windstream.net or by calling 814-486-3736 for more information or to obtain an application.

CCHS Lady Raider Volleyball Game


Vollyeball. Monday night @ 6pm. at Cameron County 

 

Annual Autumn Festival at Sizerville State Park is Cancelled


The DCNR event page shows that the Annual Autumn Festival is still on the calendar but it has been confirmed with the Sizerville State Park office that the Festival is cancelled for the 2020 year. 

 

Cameron County Vision Talks


Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 7 PM – 8 PM 

Each Week We'll Focus on a Different Community Value and Discuss Your Thoughts and Ideas about Cameron County's Future. 

This week's focus is Arts and Culture Bring your concerns and ideas about creating and sustaining cultural activities, places that serve the community well by offering a variety of opportunities to come together, or what you might like to see more of. This value was discussed by residents as encompassing heritage and the traditions our communities follow to celebrate them -- it also highlighted the need for more youth and adolescent activities. Bring your thoughts, ideas, and tell us what you'd like to see Cam Co look like 1, 5, 10 years from now. 

These Events will be held via Zoom. Click the link to join via your computer.  http://www.thecameroncountyproject.com

Roots to Ends Hair Saloon in Emporium

For your hair saloon needs call Tracy @ 814-594-0770


 

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Girl Scout Sign Ups in Emporium

 

Emporium PA -
Girl Scouts sign ups Sept 16 @ the Woodland Pavillion from 5P-7P!

Shane R Lyon


Shane R Lyon 50, of Emporium Pa, born May 4th, 1970 in Ridgway Pa. Shane passed away unexpectedly on Sept, 7th 2020. 

Shane leaves behind his parents Glen (Joyce) Lyon Jr and Diane (Dale) Gess Jr. His sister April (Josh) Ford, two brothers Alvin (Angela)Lyon, Martin Lyon, and Lisa Gess. His four daughters, Kelsie Lyon, Haley Lyon, Emileigh Carlson, and Kathryn Brown. His two sons, Mark Raffaele and Chad Barnhart. His grandchildren Kaiden and Brooklyn. Several aunts and uncles along with his nieces Kallie, Martina, Maci, Mallory, and a nephew Darien. 

Shane attended Ridgway area school and Cameron County school. Shane has always worked in the woods, and was a lifetime logger, following in his father's footsteps. 

Shane will always be remembered as “Shanesaw” and for his love and passion for logging. That’s where you could always guarantee he was..in the woods. Shane was a wonderful son, brother, father, uncle, grandfather, and friend. Shane would do anything for anyone. 

Unfortunately, Shane battled with addiction and couldn’t overcome his addiction. He will forever be greatly missed by his family. He is proceeded in death by his late fiancĂ© Shelia Causer. There will be no service at this time. Please if you’re struggling with addiction reach out, there is help and people who care about you.

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Community Health Screening October 3rd


 

Driftwood Senior Center Update

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Reminder to any of the Driftwood, Sinnemahoning and local area businesses that would like to donate to the Down County Basket for this wonderful fund raiser, please send your donations to the center as soon as possible or call 546-2331 for pick-up.

 The Center may be closed but they are still providing hot lunches that can be delivered to your car in the parking lot at noon. Please be sure to reserve your lunch the day before by 11:30 am. Lunches are served Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Please call 546-2331 for reservations

Auction is this Weekend! Sept. 11& 12

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Dustin Nickerson Comedy is Tonight!


 

Tickets are required but still available online, via email, fb messenger or by contacting one of us directly!
814-507-1120
richvalleywines@gmail.com
 Bring a blanket, camping chair ect to make your own space just right for you and your family. 
Tickets required for those over 12 years of age 
Wine and wine slushies available 
 Join us for a night of outdoor comedy with Dustin Nickerson! 

Dustin has been seen on Netflix, Fox, PBS, Hulu, and more!
 Rich Valley Wines and The Hygrade Inn present an evening of comedy with Dustin Nickerson

 A Seattle native now suffering in Southern California, Dustin Nickerson is an in demand comic on the rise. In addition to being recently featured on Comedy Central and Netflix by Kevin Hart, he’s been seen Fox, the Grand Ole Opry’s Circle Network, the PBS Comedy Hour, Hulu, contributed to the Huffington Post and can regularly be heard on Sirius Radio XM. Dustin describes himself as “the world’s most average person” but is far from it when on stage. He brings you into his life through his jokes about the struggles of parenting, marriage, and being generally annoyed by most people.

 This event will be held outside at the Cameron County Fairgrounds in Emporium, PA. The address is 1021 Rich Valley Road, Emporium, PA 15834. There is plenty of open space to socially distance. Bring a blanket or chair to spread out and enjoy a few laughs. 

Tickets are $15 (Rich Valley Wines is absorbing the $2.50\ticket fee) 
Rich Valley Wines will have Wine by the bottle or glass, wine slushies, and non-alcoholic options. 
Food will be available from the Table 105 food truck and more!

Rich Valley Wines Presents Comedian Dan Viola Oct. 10, 2020


This event has been permanently rescheduled for October 10th (Second Saturday)

 We apologize for the inconvenience or confusion. We have decided to change the date to allow more time for capacity and safety. Come out and enjoy the clean comedy of Dan Viola at Rich Valley Wines As a husband and father of 7 kids, Dan connects with any audience, especially those willing to think "outside of the gutter." Drawing on his background as a game show host, parent, teacher, coach, and salesman, he will entertain without insulting.

Bear Den Serving Lunch in Emporium Today


We'll be in town today from 11-3:30.
Stop by for some lunch! 



 

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Lost Dog Sighting


Bear was spotted running down East Hicks Rd on Saturday, Sept. 5th. 
The family just got a call today 9/8/20 letting them know. 
Please keep your eyes open for this little guy!

Pic of the Day


This squirrel has not trouble crossing the street! 
 

Edward P. Bailey

 

Edward P. Bailey, 48, of Route 46, Emporium, PA died on Monday afternoon (September 7, 2020) following an ATV accident on Bobby Run Road, Emporium, PA. He was born October 4, 1971 in St. Marys, PA a son of the late Harold and Alma Taylor Bailey. 

Ed graduated from Cameron County High School. While in high school he started working at GKN Powder Metal and became full time upon his graduation. He worked there for over 25 years. He then moved on to work at Metco in St. Marys where he had worked for the past 7 years. He was a board member of the Bucktail Rod and Gun Club for several years. Ed was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing motor sports and shooting trap for various trap teams through the years. He volunteered on several fundraisers including one for the Wounded Warriors. He also volunteered at Women of the Wilds teaching gun safety. He enjoyed sport shooting and the love of guns and was very competitive in everything he was doing. 

He is survived by his companion, Michelle Shawgo, Emporium; a brother, Harold "Chum" Bailey (Christina), Sterling Run; four sisters, Tanya Lynn Connelly (Shawn), Austin; Tina M. Abbott, Knoxville, PA; Tammy I. Neyman (Mike), Emporium; Lorraine F. Bailey (Chuck Sarokon), Emporium; and several nieces and nephews. 

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by two brothers, Larry K. Bailey & Thomas R. Taylor in infancy, 

There will be No Visitation. 

A Celebration of Life Gathering for Ed will be held at the Bucktail Rod & Gun Club, Sizer Run Road, Emporium, PA on Sunday, September 20, 2020 at 2:00 PM 

Memorial Contributions may be made to Bucktail Rod & Gun Club, c/o: Carl Carlson, 125 E. Fifth St., Emporium, PA 15834 

Online Condolences may be placed at www.BarnettFuneralHome.net 

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Kids' Storytime and Nature Walk Sunday at Sinnemahoning


Kids' Storytime and Nature Walk Sunday at Sinnemahoning

 On Sunday, September 13, from 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM, children and their families are invited to join the Sinnemahoning State Park educator for a book reading, simple craft, and outdoor activity based on the book, "Chipmunk Song" by Joanne Ryder. This storytime and nature walk program is intended for families with children ages 3-7, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Please dress for the outdoors, wear closed-toe shoes, and bring a face mask. Meet in front of the Wildlife Center. To mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19, until further notice, all programs at Sinnemahoning State Park will be held outdoors, will be limited to 25 people or less, will follow social-distancing guidelines, and will require use of face masks. All participants must wear face coverings while attending PA State Park programs. 

 To pre-register, or for more information, please visit the DCNR Calendar of Events http://events.dcnr.pa.gov. If you need assistance with online registration, please call the park office 814-647-8401 and dial 0 for the front desk.

Update on Library Hours and Happenings

 

Update on Library Hours and Happenings 


The Barabara Moscato Brown Memorial Library is excited to announce extended fall hours and current contests and events with the community. 

Beginning Tuesday, September 8, the Library will extend weekday service hours
. The new hours of operation will be Monday-Friday 11a.m.-6p.m., Saturdays 10-2, and closed to the public Wednesdays and Sundays. Although the building is not open to the public on Wednesdays. 
“We do still offer our Library-2-Go-Go pickup service in the foyer on that day,” said Librarian 
Yelena Kisler. 

The Library is currently running a mini-fundraiser, a Bear-Tastic Basket Raffle is happening now through September 19. The Basket, valued at $150, includes a heavy-duty canvas basket, giant stuffed teddy bear, and several brand-new bear-themed books (including the newest Paddington release). To enter, stop by the Library and purchase a raffle ticket at $5 each or 5 for $20. Winner will be drawn on September 21. 

The Library is also running several contest throughout this month. The first is our Women’s Right to Vote Write-in Contest, going on now through November 1. To enter, simply complete the entry form (available at the library, Cameron County Chamber, and in copies of the Cameron County Echo) answering our question by no later than November 1. A winner will be chosen at random from those who submitted a completed entry form. The basket, also valued at nearly $150, is geared towards teen/adult women, but anyone interested is welcome to enter. 

The second contest is a digital puzzle contest running on the Library’s Facebook Page. Each Monday in September, the library will post a new digital puzzle, each harder than the last. The first person to complete the puzzle and post their finished work on the Facebook Page, wins their choice of a brand new book from our selection. Books in all genres and age ranges are available to choose from. 

Additionally, the Library will be holding another Mini Used Book Sale September 24-26 during regular library hours. The sale will be under the awning in front of the building (weather permitting). In the case of bad weather, the Sale will be held in the multipurpose room with limited entry. All books will be sold on a donation basis. Look for several special collections to be featured on the Library’s Facebook Page. 

Also coming soon will be a second round of basket raffle fundraising with 2 large baskets available. One basket is American Girl-themed and the other is Magna Tiles-themed. Both are on display at the library for preview. More details on the raffle to come soon! 

Despite not being able to resume in-person programming, the Library continues to regularly post Story Hour videos with take-home activities twice each week, and offer as many take-home, online activities and resources as possible. 

Anyone with questions or comments is welcome to contact Library Staff at 814-486-8011, email brocampl@zitomedia.net, or message them on Facebook.

Missing -Two Great Pyrenees dogs

 


Missing 2 Great Pyrenees dogs in Turtlepoint as of 9-7-20. 

They were just brought from the shelter today and are underweight, straggly, and confused due to prior ownership. Brother and sister. Please contact 598-7717 if you see them. 
They have a wonderful home to begin in.

Free Lunches Available @ CCHS

 

Cameron County School District 

Starting September 8th, the USDA extended the Summer Food program waivers to allow us to feed all students free meals (breakfast and lunch) until December 31, 2020 or until funding is unavailable. 

 Student breakfast and lunch will be free until further notice. 

 Students must take a complete meal. Parents / Guardians do not need to make any changes to student accounts. We would like to encourage Parents and Guardians to complete the Free / Reduced application so if and when the USDA monies are diminished students accounts will be adjusted accordingly. 
 Extra Items, 2nd meals and Ala-Carte will continue to be available.

Friday, September 4, 2020

US Congressman Glenn Thompson

 

The Emporium Volunteer Fire Department Social Hall has been reserved by US Congressman Glenn Thompson.

 He will be hosting a grab n go breakfast and meeting with 25 people at a time inside, and also outside to adhere to PA Department of Health requirements. 

 The event is set for Wednesday September 9 from 8-10am.

Caldwell Corporation is Hiring!

 


Have you ever wanted to learn to become a machinist and be PAID for it?
 Do you like making things with your hands? Or solving problems? 
Boy do I know just the place for you! 

Caldwell Corporation in Emporium is currently looking for individuals who are machinists or that would like to train to become machinists in-house.

 For more information or to turn in an application, feel free to visit us at -
 Caldwell Corporation
 116 W 2nd St Emporium, PA 15834


 Please help spread the word!  

Follow us on our new LinkedIn page! 


 Check us out on our Instagram page to stay up-to-date to see how we can serve you! 
We do plastics as well! 

 Instagram: caldwellcorporation

Thursday, September 3, 2020

Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania is Hiring a Project Manager


 We are hiring! Looking for the other half of a two person team. Spread the word.

 The Lumber Heritage Region of Pennsylvania (LHR) is in search of a highly motivated individual to fill the missing half of a two-person team. The perfect candidate would be willing to think outside the box and explore new methods to reach the organizations goals. This position requires the ability to work independently yet have the flexibility to address people at all levels. Flexibility required due to varying times and locations of meetings as well as travel with overnight stays. A degree in communications, marketing, business management or five years of experience in project management, public relations or marketing are preferred. It is expected the candidate would live in one of the LHR’s 15 counties. Starting salary $38,000 – $44,000 annually based on education and experience. Resumes can be sent to hkomonczi@lumberheritag.org by 9/18/2020 

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Flowers 'N Things in Emporium






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If you haven't been to Flowers 'N Things lately, make time for a visit to this beautiful store!
My photos are just a few views of all the items Sheila has for sale.
It's the perfect place to pick up a greeting card and a bouquet of flowers. 
Many fall decorations and mums are for sale $11.95 each or $20 for two. 

Flowers 'N Things 
45 East 4th Street
Emporium
814-486-1469