Mansfield University’s Choral Activities Director Peggy Dettwiler (shown conducting the Festival Orchestra and singers in 2018) will direct 33 singers and the orchestra in a tribute to the music of Oscar Hammerstein and Richard Rodgers on Friday, July 23 at 7 p.m. in Steadman Theater.
The Tioga County Bass Anglers hosted their fourth tournament of the summer at Lamoka Lake on Saturday, July 10. Pictured to the left from left to right are the top anglers with first place going to Dave Heck with 16.6 lbs., second place Ryan Lampman with 15.4 lbs. and the lunker fish weighing 4.9 lbs. and third John Tomb with 13.1 lbs.
Posing with the banner marking Tri-Co Connections’ 1000th customer last Thursday, July 8, are (front row, left to right) Sen. Cris Dush, Rep. Martin Causer, Geneva McKiernan, Travis McKiernan, Shawna McKiernan (1000th customers), Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative President & CEO Kevin Brownlee and Tri-County Board of Directors Chairman Arnie Kriner. Middle row, left to right: Cat Rush, marketing representative for Tri-Co Connections and Tri-County Director Jerome Sasala. Back row, left to right: Tri-Co Connections Chief Operating Officer Aaron Young; Rachel Hauser, director of regulatory affairs for Tri-County Rural Electric Cooperative; Bill Gerski, senior vice president of business development for Tri-Co Connections; and Ethan Greanya, technician with Manning Technology Services who hooked up Tri-Co Connections fiber service to the McKiernan home in Austin.
Pictured to the right are the top co-anglers from the Tioga County Bass Anglers tournament on Saturday, July 10 at Lamoka Lake. From left to right are first place winner Chase Hallett with 7.13 lbs., second place Dan Sauer with 7.2 lbs. and third place William King with 6.6 lbs.
More than 100 people attended the All American Dinosaur Show outside of the Blossburg Memorial Library on June 30. Field paleontologist Mike Straka took participants on a scientific exploration highlighting the world of dinosaurs and the formation of fossils. The presentation featured Mr. Nixon,” an eight-foot triceratops skull he discovered in 1996, an albertosaurus skull, and show and tell with rare and unusual fossils. Kids were invited to assist in the “Mystery Fossil Game Show,” a fun science experiment and even a mini magic show. The program was provided for free to participants thanks to a generous grant from the Ward Foundation and was part of the Blossburg Memorial Library’s summer program series, Tails & Tales.
Austin Fire and Ambulance crews were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at 1:44 p.m. on July 7 on Route 872 near the Sinnemahoning Campground in Wharton Township. Upon arrival, crews found a vehicle off the roadway for unknown reasons. One patient refused medical transport.