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October 22nd, 2012
The APMI West Penn Chapter recently held its monthly technical session
meeting at The Royal Inn in Ridgway. Jose Medina,General Manager
of Sinterite Furnace a Gasbarre Company, delivered an excellent
presentation entitled â€śFurnace Cooling" Pictured here are (left to
right): Roy Seltzer, Jason Chileski, Jose Medina, John Blauser, and
The next meeting for the APMI West Penn Chapter will be held on
November, 8th 2012 at Dubois Country Club in Dubois. For more
information, please contact Jason Chileski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ITHACA, N.Y.â€”The 26th season of Project FeederWatch begins November 10, and participants are needed more than ever. By watching their feeders from November through April and submitting their observations to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, bird watchers make it possible for scientists to keep track of changing bird populations across the continent. New or returning participants can sign up anytime at www.FeederWatch.org.
Elk County Council on the Arts is excited to announce two upcoming art classes for November.
Please call ECCOTA at 772-7051 for more information or to sign up for these classes. Information is also available at www.eccota.com. Elk County Council on the Arts is located at 237 Main St. in Ridgway.
Three Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) students from Penn State DuBois recently made a presentation on their circular and extra circular work at the Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Associationâ€™s (POTA) annual conference in Lancaster.
The following is the volunteer schedule for the Christian Food Bank for the month of November 2012.
Week 1 â€“ Thursday, November 1
PACK: Lois Straub â€“ Dick Bauer, Rita Wiesner, Alice Wiesner, Bonnie and Butch Sherry, Gwynne and Sonny Lenze, and Darcy Geci
RECEIVE: Mary Benigni
INTERVIEW: Tina Gradizzi
DISTRIBUTE: Peg Schreiber â€“ Ron Haberberger, Ann Lenze, Fred and Peg Schreiber, Bonita Zelt, Sandy and Joe Wilhelm, Jean Miller, Jean Rigard and JoAnn Fritz
CHAPLAIN: Fr. James Falusczak
Week 2 - Thursday, November 8
Voters will be asked, but not required, to show an acceptable photo ID on Election Day.Â All photo IDs must contain an expiration date that is current, unless noted otherwise.Â Voter's names on their photo IDs do not need to exactly match their voter registration, but the names must substantially conform.Â Acceptable IDs include:
â€˘ Photo IDs issued by the U.S. Federal Government or the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (including the Department of State Voter ID Card)
â€˘ PA Driverâ€™s License or Non-driverâ€™s License photo ID (IDs are valid for voting purposes 12 months past expiration date)
UNIVERSITY PARK â€” Fifth Congressional District Republican incumbent Glenn Thompson and Democratic challenger Charles Dumas will face off at a debate in front of a live audience in the lobby of the Outreach Building at Penn Stateâ€™s Innovation Park on Monday, Oct. 22 at 8 p.m.
HARRISBURG â€“ Governor Tom Corbett on Thursday ceremonially signed the Firefighter Grant Program law, also known as Senate Bill 866, providing grant money for Pennsylvaniaâ€™s fire, ambulance and emergency companies.
CAMP HILL â€“ Pennsylvania welcomes RVers with the official â€śRV Friendlyâ€ť logo designed to let travelers know which businesses can accommodate their RV.Â
RIDGWAY â€“ With deck replacement work complete, PennDOT plans to fully open two Elk County bridges on Friday, Oct. 19. Making the repairs will keep the bridges in service for years to come. Both bridges are located on Route 949 near Portland Mills. The bridges are about 500 feet apart, with one spanning Toby Creek and one spanning the railroad. Traffic has been controlled at the bridges by temporary signals. Once both lanes are opened on the bridges, PennDOT will turn the signals off and remove them.