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Swimmers reach out to four-legged friends

January 11, 2011

Members of the St. Marys Area High School Swim and Dive Teams put their teamwork to use during a recent collection drive for the Elk County Humane Society.
"We decided that as a team that we wanted to do something bigger than ourselves this year," said Megan Barber, girls' team co-captain.
The teams solicited donations prior to their Intersquad Meet on Dec. 17. The meet featured swimmers and divers from the high school, as well as junior high members of the Blue Tide team.

Board releases 2010 figures; prison generates over $120K

January 11, 2011

Through work-release fees and housing revenue, the Elk County Prison generated over $120,000 for 2010.
Speaking at a prison board meeting Tuesday morning, warden Gregory J. Gebauer indicated that total housing revenue for 2010 from housing out-of-county inmates was $64,250. Work-release fees collected for the year were $60,372.65.

School board discusses business items

January 11, 2011

During Monday evening's St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors meeting, a variety of items were approved regarding several aspects of the district.
Resident Marilyn Secco questioned the board as to why the National Anthem is not played during junior high and elementary sporting events.
Secco said school board member Bob Luchini informed her that it was school board policy.
Secco added that she believes having the National Anthem played at all grade level sporting events will provide a learning opportunity for the students as well.

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