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Plans are underway for ECC's Family Picnic and bonfire to be held Thursday, August 29. The evening will begin with Mass at 4:30 p.m. followed by a picnic dinner and games at 5 p.m. After dinner, the fall sports teams will be announced at the track. The evening will then conclude with the lighting of the bonfire at 8 p.m. Pictured above are the co-chairs, Mark Hoffman, Joanne
Schatz, and Nancy Hoffman, along with ECCHS Principal Sandy Florig. Missing from the photo
is Bill Schatz.
"RECdiculous" is a word coined by Memorial Park staff members Ben and Luke Daghir earlier this summer to mean "recreation at a ridiculously awesome level," a goal staff members strove for in all of their activities throughout the summer at the park.
BENEZETTE â Nice weather on Saturday made for a good time for hundreds of individuals who descended upon the Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette for the revival of the Pa. Great Outdoors Elk Expo after a hiatus of several years.
Secco Designs, LLC recently held a ribbon cutting celebrating the grand opening at their new location at 1052 S. St. Marys Street.
"We have grown into more than a little hobby place. We have grown not only our customer base, but our knowledge and experience has allowed us to offer our customers more than one aspect of printing. With that we needed more room to put the new machines, the better computer equipment and all the orders we have," said Mary Secco, owner.
Photo by Amy Cherry
At 7:15 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17 the Crystal Fire Department and St. Marys Ambulance were called to 643 South Michael Street for reports of a structure fire. The Fox Township Fire Department was called to assist at 7:26 p.m. Members of the Crystal Fire Department were reportedly called back to the scene at 11:24 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 18 for public service.
The St. Marys Community Pool will close for the summer at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 20 according to Pool Manager Greg Snelick.
KANE â Several totes loaded with drug paraphernalia are headed to the Erie Crime Lab following what Police Chief Brian Hillard is calling the âbiggest bath saltsâ bust ever in Kane.
WEEDVILLE â A heated discussion with a Jay Township resident resulted in two members of the Jay Township Supervisors threatening to contact the state police to escort the resident from the Thursday evening meeting.
The altercation ensued following an argument between supervisors Jeremy Rippey and Francis Gustafson with resident Bob Coppolo about his outbursts to a variety of issues, specifically the difficulty Coppolo has said he has had in obtaining information from the township's sewer and water authority meetings.
The Kane school day will be longer for students when classes resume Aug. 27. The Kane School Board voted 6-3 Thursday to approve an "administrative plan" to lengthen the school day to provide more time for remedial work and "enrichment" programs.
RIDGWAY â A popular mainstay in the busy community events schedule of Elk County, the St. Leo's Summer Festival will be held this weekend in Ridgway.
The event, held at the Ridgway Firemen's lot along North Broad Street, will feature various activities through the two-day event.