Archive - Jun 13, 2012 - News Article
When the St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors voted to approve the 2012-2013 general fund budget at Monday's meeting, it also approved expenditures involving the district's Retirement Reserve Fund and a three-year technology replacement plan.
The board voted to approve the Retirement Reserve Fund budget with expenditures in the amount of $415,810.
ST. MARYS - As part of their biennial recertification, lifeguards at the St. Marys Community Pool at Memorial Park exercised a number of rescue skills needed in various rescue scenarios during an inservice day held on Sunday.
According to pool manager Greg Snelick, nearly 400 people had visited the pool throughout the day on Sunday. Snelick said that the goal of the inservice days and recertification process is ensuring the public's safety through making sure those on guard are prepared for any number of emergency situations that may arise.
While Elk County Catholic High School students and their faculty advisors are working to put the finishing touches on the school's 2011-2012 yearbook, they know that they have some high standards to meet as the 2010-2011 edition was featured in Josten's 2012 "Gotcha Covered Look Book."
"We were the only school in Pennsylvania that was selected," said ECC yearbook advisor Laura Anderson. "There were over 3,000 schools that were involved and only 400 were chosen."
Throughout the community's history, the railroad has had a significant impact on the area around Erie Avenue.
During a recent presentation at the St. Marys Senior Center, local historian Ray Beimel discussed the ways that the railroad shaped the Erie Avenue area.
One photograph Beimel showed during his presentation was of Erie Avenue prior to the placement of the railroad tracks. He noted it is "one of the earliest pictures we have of Erie Avenue."