The Potter County Commissioners signed a proclamation during their Thursday meeting to name November “Potter County Conservation District Month” in honor of the District’s 75th anniversary. From left are Commissioner Barry Hayman, (back) Commissioner Paul Heimel, Commissioner Nancy Grupp, (back) Low Volume/Dirt and Gravel Roads Project Specialist Andrew Mickey, Chair of the Board/Public Director Earl Brown, Watershed/NM Technician Jared Dickerson, Communications and Outreach Advisor Emily Shosh and Resource Conservationist Glenn Dunn II. Masks were removed for the photo.
The Potter County Commissioners signed a proclamation during their Thursday meeting to name November “Potter County Conservation District Month” in honor of the District’s 75th anniversary. A cake was presented to the District as part of the celebration.
Representatives from Delta Kappa Gamma pose with some of the gifts that will be provided to The Christmas House in Coudersport. They are (front row, from left) Bonnie Miller, McKayla Mortimer, Grace Schauer; (back row) President Deb Johnson, Ellen Moon, Heather Ace, Janet Metallo and Greta Marie Taft.
Attending the presentationg of plaques from Bradford-Tioga Housing Authoirty to Partners in Progress and the Central Penn. Food bank were (front row from left to right) Tara Davis, Pamela Hicks, Ilene Morgan, Emily Preston, Jennifer Williams and Andrea Smithgall. (back row left to right) Sean Sember, Wendy Swingle, Kim Johns, Roger Bunn, Travis Berg and Corey Johnson.
Attending the presentation of a plaque from the Bradford-Tioga Housing Authority to the Central Penn Food Bank were (front row, from left) Sean Sember, Tara Davis, Pamela Hicks; (back row) Wendy Swingle, Kim Johns, Roger Bunn and Travis Berg.
(Front row) Irene Morgan, Emily Preston, Jennifer Williams, Sean Sember, (back row) Wendy Swingle, Kim Johns, Roger Bunn and Corey Johnson display plaque given to Partners in Progress for their volunteer services.
Wellsboro Lady Hornet Kathryn Burnett extends for the ball during their loss to North Penn-Liberty in the District Finals on Thursday, Nov. 5. Burnett was named to the Second Team 2A District Four All-Star team.
This year’s Veteran’s Day service in Wellsboro was different as heavy rains forced the observation inside at the Wellsboro Veterans Club on Kelsey Street. Featured speaker was state Rep. Clint Owlett (left), along with Tioga County Commissioners Roger Bunn and Erick Coolidge. Frank Yungwirth (right) served as master of cerremonies. About 50 people attended the service, which was followed by lunch at the hall.
Keepsake boxes with a piece of Knoxville history are being sold for $10 as a fundraiser for the Northern Tier Recreation Authority. They include a piece of the previous wooden Santa, a photo of him on the hill and a poem by a Knoxville resident.
U.S. NavyMansfield1969-1973 (69-70 VietNam)Petty Officer Third Class; Journalist, US Navy Submarine Base, New London, Conn. Also USS Ozbourn (DD846) homeported in Long Beach, Calif.; Western Pacific 1969-1970
WellsboroNational Guard 1959-1965U.S. Army 1966-1973CaptainDecorations: Vietnam Service Medal with Service Star, Vietnam Campaign Medal with 60 Device, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal - Korea, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart
WellsboroWomen’s Army CorpsSpec. 41959-1963Served at Ft. Leonard Wood, Md., Jan-Sept. 1960; 5th Army HQ, Chicago, Ill. Sept. 1960-June 1961; Heidelberg, German Patton Barracks, Co. B, June 1961-April 1963