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Circus Coming To St. Marys August 13th

 

Kaulmont Park use to play host to a circus that came to town each year.  Although I can not remember the last time this happened, we are happy to announce that on August 13th, Walker International Events will once again bring a circus to the Kaulmont Park Area.  They will put on two shows, 530 and 730.  The show is suppose to last 90 minutes.  They will also give rides, food, etc available.   Tickets are now on sale.  At this point, they are on sale on Secco Designs and Memorial Park, however we are hoping to have them available at a few other locations around town.  If you purchase you tickets early, it is a win win deal for you and the parks.  Advanced tickets will cost $12 for adults.  Each adult ticket will also admit 2 kids 14 years or younger for free.  If you are in need of additional tickets for kids, they are $5 each.  Also, advanced tickets will give a portion of the money taken in back to our parks program here in St. Marys.  This allows us to keep adding and changing programming such as the 5 on 5 soccer tournament, the Color for a Cause Run, and our Lego Night and Power wheels Rally.  It also allows us to keep offering programs such as preschool, day camps, archery, tennis, and basketball leagues for free to the community.  Tickets at the gate will also be available, however the price goes up to $15 per adult.  Also the Parks Programs do not take in as much of the money this way.  Your support for this is appreciated.  Please keep watch for more information and if you have questions contact Jason at memorialpark2@gmail.com

 

Tickets On Sale Now!

 

 

 

Fatal Motorcycle Accident On Shelvey Summit Road

 

State Police investigated  fatal motorcycle accident on Shelvey Summit Road on Monday, July 28th. David Terwilliger, 38, of St. Marys was traveling north on Route 948 when he lost control, exited the road, and struck an embankment and became airborne. He rolled multiple times and was thrown from the motorcycle. Police were assisted at the scene by the Elk count Coroner, Fox Township Fire Department and the Fox Township Ambulance Service. Terwilliger suffered fatal injuries. He was not wearing a helmet at the time of the accident..

 

Two Injured In Accident On Wykoff Run Road

 

State Police in Cameron county investigated an accident on Wykoff Run Road. Jasa Jeffers, 21, of Bellefonte was traveling south when she attempted to negotiate a right hand turn in the road. Jeffers lost control, the vehicle traveled across the northbound lane and struck a dirt embankment, causing the vehicle to roll onto its roof. Jasa Jeffers suffered moderate injuries, a passenger, Charles Jeffers, 48, of Bellefonte suffered minor injuries.

 

10th Annual Camp Cadet Golf Tournament

 

The 10th annual Camp Cadet Golf Tournament will be held on September 3rd at the Emporium Country Club. Entry fee is $40 for members, $50 Reciprocal, $60 for non-members. The four man scramble will have a shotgun start at 10 a.m., registration at 9 a.m. For more information call 486-0175, or, 486-7715

 

Tools Stolen From Camp In Shippen Township

 

State Police in Emporium are investigating a burglar at a camp in Shippen Township owned by Robert Jones, 49, of Emporium.  Someone removed miscellaneous tools from his camp. The investigation continues.

 

St. Marys Quarterback Club Meeting

 

The next meeting of the St. Marys Quarterback Club will be on Wednesday, August 6th at he Camp Owners at 8 p.m. The summer Camp feeding program, Gold Cards, and pass for cash will be discussed.

 

Friday Pizza Tournament Winners

 

 

Congratulations to Mitchell Schreiber, Clayton Housler,Parker Housler, and Brandon Reed on winning the Friday pizza tournament. These fellows had no problem getting to the finals and ended up with an undefeated record. The runners up consisted of Brett Lanzel, Bryce Lanzel, and Jake Fritz.They battled there way to the championship with one loss under their belt but were not able to come up with two wins in the finals! There were a total of 12 teams in last Fridays pizza tournament and all had a blast playing under some gorgeous weather. Memorial park thanks all the participants who came and we hope to see everybody back next Friday at 7 for another shot at the pizza tournament! — with Clayton Housler and Mitchell Schreiber.

 

 

Emporium Man Pleads Guilty To Multiple Charges

 

Anthony Eckenroad, 22, formerly of east Fifth Street Extension, Emporium, was implicated in cases ranging from receiving stolen property to statutory sexual assault. Eckenroad was not sentenced during a hearings the court is waiting on a sex offender assessment to determine if he will have to register under Megan's Law requirements. The assessment may take more than 90 days. Eckenroad agreed to a  4 t 8 year term in the state correctional system, which will begin after sentencing. The incident occurred during 2013. Eckenroad will return for sentencing once the assessment has been completed. He is currently incarcerated in Potter County Jail.

 

St. Marys Man Sentenced On Child Porn Charges

 

Donald Blessel, 36, of 155 of West Condot Road, St. Marys, was charged in February of 2013 with 328 counts related to the possession and distribution of child pornography after he shared digital images with undercover State Police via the internet. On March 13th, Blessel pleaded guilty to one count of sexual abuse o children an done count of possession of child pornography, both third-degree felonies. With the plea bargain, 326 counts were dropped. Blessel was sentenced to 2 years in prison this week in Elk County Court.

 

Traffic Accident Brusselles Street

 

 

City Police investigated an accident on Brussells Street on Friday, July 25th at about 9:48 p.m. Police report that Kristen Lenox, 23, of St. Marys was operating a 2001 Dodge Neon east on Brusselles Street, when she left the right side of the road and struck a utility pole. The pole was sheared off causing power lines and utility lines to be knocked down. The car continued a short distance along the right side of the road before rolling over an coming to rest on its roof.

 

Lenox was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. She sustained minor injuries. The vehicle received major damage. A dog was inside the vehicle at the time of the crash, but was located uninjured. The investigation into the accident continues and charges are pending against Lenox.

 

Police were assisted by the Crystal Fire Department, St. Marys Ambulance Service and West Penn Power.

 

LEGO Competition Saturday

 

 

The Lego competition is being held this Saturday! If you are bringing a Lego model, please message us or call the park office at 814.834.9418 to reserve your spot! — with Matt Quesenberry and Deric Luvaas

 

 

 

Elk County Fair, August 5th Through The 9th!

 

 

The 2014 Elk County Fair will be held August 5th through the 9th at the Fairgrounds in Kersey. Carnival rides provided by Midway Rides of Utica, New York. Opening ceremonies are Tuesday, August 5th with the Queen, Jr. Queen and Princess ceremony.

 

For a listing of daily events at the Elk Count Fair,  CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Cameron County Fair

 

 

The 2014 Cameron County Fair will be held on Sunday, August 3rd to Saturday, August 9th

 

Vesper Services will be held on Sunday, August 3rd at 7 p.m.

 

Tractor Parade on Monday, Tuesday is Military Appreciation Night, Wednesday is  Youth Night, Thursday is Senior Night, Friday is Family  night.

 

Saturday, August 9th will feature the annual Harvey Gribble Memorial Horseshoe Tournament, a Volleyball tournament will be held at 10 a.m.

 

For more information on the Cameron County Fair,  CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Police Investigate Explosive Devices In A Truck

 

City Police report assisting with the disposal of recovered explosive demolition material on Friday, July 25th at 2:45 p.m. Police report a St. Marys Resident purchased a box of used items. The purchaser was not aware of the presence of older blasting caps and detonation cord at the bottom of the box at the time of the sale. The resident brought the items to the Police Department, left them in his truck and came into the station to inquire as to how to dispose of the items. Police established a safety area around the truck and evacuated two nearby homes while awaiting the response of explosive technicians from Penn State University and the Pennsylvania State Police. The items were safely removed form the truck, moved to a safe site and destroyed. City police were assisted by the Crystal Fire Department and the St. Marys Ambulance Service. Criminal charges will be filed.

 

Great Valley Wins Senior Little League Tournament

 

Coming into Championship Sunday, Great Valley had to overcome two opponents, Montoursville and the weather. Great Valley topped Montoursville in the opening game to force a second, winner take all game. It was 9-2 Great Valley when the rains came and forced two lengthy delays. However, finally the rain stopped long enough to complete the contest and Great Valley will be moving on to play in New Jersey. Congratulations to all the team participating in last weeks tournament in Dubois.

 

Color For Cause Run A Huge Success

 

 

Nearly 300 people participated in the Color For A Cause event coordinated by Laura Buchheit and the St. Marys Recreation Department. The event was held on Saturday at Memorial Park.

 

 

 

Man Provides False Information When Trying To Purchase Gun

 

A known 51 year old man attempted to purchase a firearm at River Valley Surplus in Ridgway Borough when it was found that he provide false information on the application. The purchase was denied.

 

Vandalism On Taft Road

 

City Police in St. Marys reported vandalism to landscaping stone in the 100 block of Taft Road on Friday, July 25th. Police report that approximately 3' by 4' name and address stone was apparently kicked over causing it to split in half. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact City Police.

 

The River 98.9 At Elk Country Visitors Center

 

 

Above, Cassie Riddle, from The River 98.9 at our live broadcast from the Ride For The Elk Event this weekend at Elk Country Visitors Center.

 

Accident Wykoff Run Road

 

State Police in Emporium investigated an accident on Wykoff Run Road near the intersection of f Route 120. David Shackleford Louis attempted to make a right turn when the right rear of his tractor trailer tires came into contact with the guard rail. The rear axel of the tractor trailer came in contact with the bridge abutment causing the axel to snap and disable the vehicle. The driver was wearing a seat belt, there were no injuries reported.

 

Accident On Moore Hill Road

 

State Police report that Jimmilee Gibbs, 43, of Emporium was negotiating a slight right hand curve in the road when she lost control and left the road onto the east side shoulder striking an embankment. The vehicle then continued along the embankment for about 60' before hitting the east side of the road. The vehicle then continued for about 100' before coming to rest on the embankment. Gibbs then fled the scene and was later contacted at her residence. She was not injured.

 

 

 

Route 255 Work Schedule Week Of July 28th

 

Activity the week of July 28 will include:

 

·     The contractor will begin work on Monday at 7 a.m. and continue through Thursday afternoon. Work will be performed during daytime hours only.

 

·     Route 255 will continue to be restricted to one northbound lane between Random Road and Mill Street and one southbound lane between Railroad Street and Random Road. This traffic pattern will remain in place 24-hours-per-day until further notice.

 

·     Vine Street will continue to be closed between Route 255 (South Saint Marys Street) and Chestnut Street. Motorists are to follow the signed detour route. This portion of Vine Street will remain closed until further notice.

 

·     The contractor will be installing a retaining wall along Route 255 near Vine Street.

 

·     During daytime hours, the contractor will be installing storm drainage along Route 255.

 

·     During daytime hours, the contractor will be working on driveways on the west side of Route 255.

 

PennDOT Posts Weight Restriction On Route 555 Bridge In Elk County

 

Effective at 3pm today, PennDOT has posted weight limits on a Route 555 bridge in Elk County. The bridge spans Kersey Run in the village of Weedville. The bridge is now posted for 10 tons and a one-lane traffic pattern is in place, enforced by a self-regulating stop sign. Vehicles exceeding the 10-ton weight limit will need to use alternate routes.

 

The decision to restrict the bridge was the result of a recent inspection. The Weedville Bridge was built in 1930, is 74 feet long, and carries an average of almost 1,700 vehicles daily. The weight limit restriction will be removed or improved as soon as repairs can be made. PennDOT expects to complete those repairs before mid-August.

 

Over the past several years, PennDOT has worked continually to repair or replace structurally deficient bridges but has also added or increased weight restrictions to structurally deficient bridges when necessary. Reducing the weight traveling on these bridges will slow their deterioration and preserve safety.

 

To learn more about bridge weight restrictions and PennDOT’s bridge-inspection program, visit the PennDOT homepage at www.dot.state.pa.us and click on “Bridge Information.”

 

 

Appeal Denied In Emporium Car Jacking

 

An appeal by Thomas Smith, 60, of Emporium, which was filed  this week has been dined. Smith was convicted of an incident tin 2012 when he threatened a woman with a gun while she was driving her vehicle in an attempt to get her to follow instructions from him as part of a plan to seek retaliation of the foreclosure of his home. A jury found Smith guilty of all three charges against him. he was sentenced to 14 years and three months in federal prison. Smith had argued that two of the sentencing enhancements used to determine the range o the sentencing should not apply to his case.

 

Hit And Run Accident On Scotland Street

 

State Police report that a vehicle, possibly a Jeep, was traveling north on Scotland Street in Fox Township, then left the road striking the left rear of a 2000 Honda Civic, which was legally parked at 145 Scotland Street in Dagus Mines. The vehicle then left the scene. Anyone with information regarding this accident should contact State Police

 

Dog Found On Kersey Road

 

The Elk County Humane Society reports that a dog was found on the Old Kersey Road.

 

The dog is an adult, male, yellow, Labrador Retriever wearing an orange collar.

 

Anyone having information on the dog should call te Elk County Humane Society at 834-3247.

 

Drug Paraphernalia Found

 

Emporium State Police report recovering drug paraphernalia from a known suspect at 550 Meadow Road in Shippen Township. The incident occurred on July 20th.

 

Potato Pancake Picnic July 25th

 

The St. Marys Sportsmen's Club will hold their annual Old Fashioned Potato Pancake Picnic on Friday, July 25th at the Sportsmen's Farm in Flower Valley. Serving starts at 4 p.m. Proceeds benefit the St Marys Historical Society.

 

 

 

 

Smoke Testing To Continue In The City Of St. Marys

 

 

Smoke testing identifies locations where there are defects or improper connection into the sewer system, and is the industry standard and an efficient, cost effective way to locate and identify leaks and the source of storm water infiltration problems in the sanitary sewer system. 

 

Testing is important because each year millions of gallons of excess water infiltrates sanitary sewers and can overload the system, pump stations and treatment plant.  The sanitary sewer system is designed for wastewater only from homes and businesses to flow to the St. Marys treatment plant.  The storm water drainage system is a separate network of pipes channeling storm water runoff into creeks and waterways.  The infiltration of storm water in any amount into the sanitary sewer system can cause and contribute to the overflow of untreated wastewater during storm events and potentially result in environmental and property damage.

 

Testing will continue, July 25th - 30th, in the following locations.

 

Erie Ave                        3 to 695 Washington Rd  

Bank St                         Prince Alley

Diamond St                   Tremont St

Jefferson St                   Grant St

Lawrence St                   Madison St

Columbus St                  LaFayette St

Atlantic St                      110 to 618 N St. Marys St

Fox Rd                          Rightmeyer St

N Fourth St                    Ida St

Mark St                         Evers Ave

Dippold Ave                   Russ Ln

Penn Rd                        Edward Rd

Eben Rd                        Dove Rd

Reserve Rd                    Armory Rd

Terrace Rd                     E Condot Rd

Brewery Run Ln              Lombardo Pl

Parade St                      Oil Well St

107 to 367  N Michael     W Condot Rd

Houston Rd                    Lynch Rd

Parkway Rd                   Bennett Rd

Gay Rd                          Haggerty Rd

Erich Rd                         Nicholas Rd

Hill Rd

 

The Crystal Fire Department will have Fire Police in the area of the testing in an effort to prevent unnecessary calls to 9-1-1. Should you have any questions please contact Pipe Eye Sewer Systems at (814) 596-7340 or the City of St. Marys at (814) 781-1718.

 

To learn more about smoke testing, including when testing will be done, and how it will affect your home or business, CLICK HERE

 

Coming July 29th!

 

 

St. Marys Recreation Department would like to announce to area residents that the 37th Annual Park Day at Benzinger Park will be held on Tuesday, July 29th  at Benzinger Park.  The event is open to all area youth ages 4-15 years old and is sponsored by the St. Marys Recreation Department.

 

At Park Day, youth compete in up to eight events.  We will feature some new events this year including a softball throw and a hula-hoop run.    Prizes will be awarded to the top winners in each event and in each of the age divisions.  There will be six age divisions for boys and girls:  4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15.  All participant will earn an award during the event.   Following the events, the participants will be treated to a free lunch. 

 

Activity day is set to begin at 10 a.m.  You may register for Activity Day by calling the park at 834-7551 or you may register by 9:45 a.m. on July 29th. 

 

Elk County Boulder Dash August 9th

 

 

The Elk county Boulder Dash will be held on Saturday, August 9th stating at 8 a.m. The event features a 20 mile run, walk and climb. To register, or for more information, CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Staff Members At Penn Highlands Elk Discuss Occupational Therapy & Hand Therapy

 

 

Becky Piccolo and Anne Pistner, from Penn Highlands Elk, will featured this Sunday on "Senior Living" on The River 98.9. The program will feature information on Occupational Therapy and Hand Therapy services offered at Penn Highlands Elk.

 

You can also listen to the program here. CLICK TO LISTEN

 

The Flu That Hit St. Marys

 

 

 

Ray Remembers St. Marys Founders...LISTEN HERE

 

 

 

3 On 3 Tournament In September

 

 

 

The 2nd annual 3 on 3 C. Charles Carpin Basketball Tournament is scheduled for Monday, September 1st.  Registration begins at 9:30 AM with games beginning at 10:00.  The tournament is held at BV Park in Weedville.  There is a cost of $30 per team.  Teams may have up to 4 players.  For more information or to download a brochure, visit the website at www.bvlaborday.com

 

 

Sinnemahone 50K Sets Training Runs

 

Sinnemahone 50k is set for Saturday October 18.  In advance two training runs will be held.  Both organized runs will be held on Sundays.  On Sunday September 7, participants will run a portion of the  25k course.  Runners are asked to meet at the Buttonwood Motel & Restaurant at 1pm.  The training run will begin and end at the Buttonwood Motel & Restaurant.

 

The second training run begins at Whitehead Trail and continues to the Buttonwood Motel & Restaurant.  Participants will be transported from the Buttonwood Motel & Restaurant to Ridge Road.  That training is set for Sunday September 28 at 1pm.

 

Those portions of the course will be marked and open for individual training runs.  Registration is open until October 3 and can be done online at  https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=27680.  More information is available at the website www.sinnemahone.org.

 

Fall Flea Market Marks A Return

 

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce planning for the 2nd annual Fall Flea Market.  It will be held the same weekend as the Sinnemahone 50k, on Saturday October 18. 

 

“Last year was the first time this event was held.  We wanted to provide an event for those that traveled with participants of the grueling race,” explained Cameron County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Tina Johns Solak.  “The race has a ten hour time limit, giving time for those supporting the participants’ time to browse.” 

 

The Fall Flea Market is open to anyone selling food, household items, or crafts, and not limited to Cameron County residents.  Vendors are assigned spots along Broad Street, Third and Fourth Streets.  To reserve a spot a $10.00 fee must be paid and vendors are assigned on a first come first serve basis.  Reservations are being taken at the chamber office at 34 East Fourth Street or by calling 814-486-4314.

 

 

 

 

Attention Former Giant Eagle Pharmacy Customers!

 

When it comes to choosing a pharmacy, it’s good to know the people who will be filling your prescriptions will be here today, tomorrow and in the Future. At St. Marys Pharmacy, we’ve been serving our area, at the same Location, since 1899.  Today, we would like to extend an invitation to Giant Eagle Pharmacy customers to join our family at St. Marys Pharmacy. It’s Very easy to transfer your prescriptions too. Simply bring us you’re your Prescription bottles and we will do the rest. Call us at 834-3017, that’s 834-3017. Transfer you prescriptions today. Remember, just bring us your Prescription bottles and we’ll take care of everything.  We look forward to serving you just like we have served our community since 1899. St. Marys Pharmacy, serving the St. Marys area for generations and generations to come

 

 

 

 

Propane Tank Stolen

 

City Police reported that someone removed a small propane tank from a camp on Fernwood Road, which occurred between July 7th and 21st. The tank was removed by unknown persons. Anyone with information on this incident should contact City Police at 781-1315

 

Two Ridgway Women Charged For Possession Of Drugs

 

Ridgway Police reported an act of Possession of controlled substance and paraphernalia. Ridgway Police discovered the controlled substances and drug paraphernalia on two women during an incident on Main street. Charges were filed against Kesha Clements, 19, of Little Avenue, Ridgway. Also charges are pending against Kaitlin O"Leary, of Lincoln Avenue

 

Ridgway Police Report

 

Theft of prescription medication from the Residence at 438 East Main Street in Ridgway, owner is Michael Beck

 

Someone threw eggs at the home of Anna Johnson, 400 Willard Street, between July 4th and 5th.

 

William Gnan, 19, of Ridgway charged with burglary and trespass after entering the Ridgway Area Middle/High School through a window on July 7th

 

Theft of a 2003 Honda XR 100 reported from 318 North Broad Street, owned by Brandon Ecklund. The motorcycle since has been recovered and charges are pending

 

Someone removed  solar lights and decorative landscape rocks from the property of Maggie Sanchez, 4334 East main Street. The investigation continues

 

Three females were charged with disorderly conduct at the fireman's lot on North Broad Street. Police were alerted to a fight between Theresa Pounds, Katlynn Tucker and a female juvenile. All were charged

 

Louis Dill of Ridgway was found at a restroom at the Fireman's lot on July 17th and discovered to be under the influence of alcohol. Charges were filed.

 

 

Council Confirms Giant Eagle Is Closing

 

 

City Council Meeting Monday, July 21st... (Watch Council Video)

 

City Council confirmed that Giant Eagle will be closing after business August 23rd. Council said that filling that void will be a high priority. Mayor Howard said there already have been several businesses that have already expressed interest in the building.

 

Council Commits To Beautify Route 255

 

The City Shade Tree Commission is seeking Councils help in tree planting in the area of Route 255 where trees were removed for the construction project.

 

Mayor Howard said the city is committed to beatification of the neighborhood and pointed the newly formed Restoration Committee as proof. Councilman Gary Anderson will head up a newly formed St. Mary Restoration Committee.

 

Council Discusses Charles Street

 

St. Marys City Council discussed including CBDG funds for 2014 to include the sewer line replacement and road improvements on Charles Street

 

Cameron County Food Pantry

 

Cameron County Food Pantry Distribution will be held on Wednesday, July 23rd form 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 135 West Fourth Street in Emporium. For information call 486-1161, ext. 269

 

 

 

Bureau Of Forestry Announces Funding

 

More than $590,000 in grants will be awarded to help Pennsylvania's rural communities guard against the threat of fires in forests and other underdeveloped areas. Department of Conservation an natural Resources Secretary Ellen Ferretti announced Monday.

 

In Elk County, the Wilcox volunteer Fire Department will receive $850.

 

The objective is to better equip and train volunteers to save lives and protect property in unprotected or inadequately protected rural areas.

 

Truck Severs Utility Pole In Ridgway

 

Ridgway Police investigated an accident on Kearsarge Avenue on July 13th. Policed were called to the area for a tractor trailer that struck a utility pole. A 2013 Kenworth operated by Joseph Beamer of Beech Creek, Pa., became lost and attempted to turn the truck around on Kearsarge Avenue in the process struck a utility pole with the trailer, serving the pole in two. West Penn power was called to the scene to repair the pole and had to shut off power before the tractor trailer could be removed from the scene. No injuries were reported.

 

Hit And Run On North St. Marys Street

 

City Police reported investigating a hit and run crash that occurred on North St Marys Street near the K Of C and the First United Methodist Church. An unknown dark colored truck operated by an unknown white male struck a known pedestrian then fled the scene. Anyone with information on this incident should contact City Police.

 

 

 

Butterfly Release Scheduled For August 3rd

 

 

The Community Nurses 6th annual Butterfly Release for Hospice will take place on

Sunday August 3 at 3:00 p.m. in the Serenity Garden at Penn Highlands Elk, 763 Johnsonburg Rd.

 

The butterflies, which are available for purchase ahead of time, are released to pay tribute to loved ones who have passed away or who have impacted our lives in some special way. To purchase a butterfly, please visit www.communitynurses.org and print an order form under Special

 

Events.  Forms can also be picked up at all Community Nurses offices, as well as in the lobbies of Penn Highlands Elk, Pinecrest Manor, St. Marys Pharmacy, Cliffe’s in Ridgway, CVS in Johnsonburg, SMP  SM{Pharmacy in Kane, Bennett’s Valley Pharmacy, and the Senior Center in Kersey.  Please submit forms by July 29th or phone 781.4773 to purchase.

 

Cameron County Historical Society Offering Walking Tour

 

 

Emporium Borough celebrates its 150th birthday this fall.  To kick off the celebration The Cameron County Historical Society will offer a stroll down memory lane.  A walking tour ending with a celebration lunch at Charlie’s Friendly Tavern will be held Saturday August 30. 

 

The tour will begin at the Emporium Borough Office at 11am.  It will stop at more than 30 sites in Emporium, covering approximately 1.5 miles.  Most of those sites held hotels dating back to 1848.  Enlarged historical photos will be at each site and Susan Hoy will narrate the event.

 

Participants will have their choice of sandwich and drink following a Historical Walk of Emporium sponsored by the Emporium Borough and hosted by the Cameron county Historical Society.  The cost is $15.00 per person.  Reservations are accepted at the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce office, or by calling 814-486-4314. 

 

 

Join Us For The Tractor Parade

 

 

The 2014 Tractor Parade in Emporium will be held on Monday, August 4th. The parade gets underway at 5 p.m.

 

LEGO Building Contest

 

 

Memorial Park is hosting a LEGO Building Contest on Saturday, August 2nd at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Park's tennis Courts.

 

Buid a LEGO masterpiece of something that has to do with St .Marys at your house, then bring it to the park on August 2nd at 7:30 p.m.

 

Judging will be held, the LEGO Movie will be shown and free goodie bags will be provided.

 

Emporium Rotary Picnic

 

The Annual Emporium Rotary Club Picnic is planned for Wednesday, August 20th

 

 

First Friday Bread Sale

 

Sacred Heart Parish will hold their First Friday Bread Sale on Thursday, July 31st form 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and on Friday, August 1st, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., or until sold out. To pre-order, call 834-7861.

 

Turkey Dinner At Sacred Heart

 

A Turkey dinner will be served at Sacred Heart Parish Activity Center on Thursday, July 24th from 4 p.m. to sold out. Price is $8 for adults, $4 for those 5 to 10 and under 5, free. Tickets available at the door. Take-outs available. Proceeds benefit the Sacred Heart Parish Building Fund

 

Nick Guisto Golf Tournament

 

 

The 6th annual Nick Guisto Golf Tournament, will be held on Saturday, August 16th, 2014 at the Emporium Country Club. To register, call 486-7715

 

David Hutton Memorial 5K Run & 2 Mile Walk

 

The annual David Hutton Memorial 5K Run and 2 Mile Walk will be held on Saturday, August 16th at the Woodland Elementary School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 12th annual Senior Citizens Expo is just a couple weeks away! Join me on Friday, August 8, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Sports and Fitness Building gymnasium for lots of information and a delicious lunch.

 

 

 

Some Big Prizes To Win At Michael Proudfit Night, August 4th

 

The annual Michael Proudfit Run/Walk will take place on Sunday, August 3rd at Memorial Park. Registration forms are available at the St. Marys Community Pool

 

Michael Proudfit Night at the Pool is Monday, August 4th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Admission is a non perishable food item, or $1.00 for members, $2.00 for non-members. Proceeds benefit the Christian Food Bank.

 

Snack bar will be open all evening, along with Pizza from Don's Pizza and wings from Dino's Place.

 

 

 

 

 

New Location For Benedictine Gift Shop (Presented By Secco Designs)

 

 

 

 

 

Vendor Registration Forms Available

 

 

The Annual Bavarian Fall Fest will be held September 19th through the 21st in St. Marys. This years entertainment line up includes "Two Guys Drinking Beer", "The Chain", a Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band, along with Venus Freak and Rainwood Blue.

 

There will also be a Kidz Zone, a Talent Contest, The Toy Run, a pancake breakfast and a huge basket raffle.

 

Vendors interested in participating in the Bavarian Fall Fest can find a registration form on their website. CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

 

Performing At Wing Fling!

 

 

Wing Fling Tickets available from the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce

 

 

 

1st Annual Conservation Elk Tag

 

Get your tickets today for a chance to win the 1st annual Conservation Elk Tag. With a cost of only $25 (6 Tickets for $100), any hunter has a chance to win this once-in-a-lifetime hunt! The drawing will be held at the Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette, PA on Sunday August 17th at 1PM during the 2014 Elk Expo. Winner of the special tag will receive a hunt featuring:

 

·         Chance at a Record 400+ Class Bull.

·         60 Day Hunting Season

·         Hunt Across Any Open Elk Hunt Zone.

·         Fully guided SIX DAY hunt including meals and lodging with Elk County Outfitters.

·         Shoulder mount by Cessna's Taxidermy ($1,000 value) more info about Cessna's Taxidermy.

100% of KECA's proceeds from ticket sales directly benefit Pennsylvania's Elk Country. Winners DO NOT have to be in attendance at the drawing. Our partner in conservation, TomBom Outdoors, will film winners hunt for national television upon winner's decision. Elk County Outfitters will donate and provide a fully guided hunt with meals and lodging and Cessna's Taxidermy will donate a shoulder mount. CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

American Pickers Want To Pick Cameron County!

 

 

 “American Pickers” on History Channel is a program which explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ The high profile show follows two of the most skilled pickers in the business ‘Mike Wolfe’ and ‘Frank Fritz’ as they embark on an epic road trip across the US.   In August the show will feature sites in Pennsylvania. Recently a director contacted the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce office hoping to find some residents willing to be “picked”.  

 

The show offers a fascinating insight into what it’s like to be the men on the ground who are on the frontlines of the antique industry. The show follows the pickers in their truck as they go on a mission in search of America’s most fascinating and valuable antiques - treasures that have been long forgotten in junkyards and barns across the country. The team tracks down unique and interesting items from motorcycles, classic cars and bicycles to one-of-a-kind vintage memorabilia.

 

The series follows the highs and lows of the trade as our team gets their hands dirty in the search of weird and wonderful hidden treasures. The show examines how determination and amazing instincts drive the pickers to salvage the good junk from the bad junk. On the adventure our team meets fascinating characters along the way each with a story to tell about the history of their collection and their own lives. Mike and Frank bring the past to life and recycle America as they go. On the way, we explore how our pickers strike the ultimate deal and discover just what it takes to renovate and re-sell a newly found antique in a competitive market.

 

According to the producer, they will not visit auctions, flea markets, antique malls or museums.  Items they are NOT looking for include fine furniture, agricultural or farming items, Depression glass, appliances or pottery.  If you are interested in hosting the American Pickers send pictures of items to smensah@cineflix.com.

 

 

Nick Guisto Golf Tournament

 

The 6th annual Nick Guisto Golf Tournament, will be held on Saturday, August 16th, 2014 at the Emporium Country Club. To register, call 486-7715

 

David Hutton Memorial 5K Run & 2 Mile Walk

 

The annual David Hutton Memorial 5K Run and 2 Mile Walk will be held on Saturday, August 16th at the Woodland Elementary School.

 

Emporium Rotary Picnic

 

The Annual Emporium Rotary Club Picnic is planned for Wednesday, August 20th

 

Cody Visits Patients At Our Local Hospital

 

Cody is owned by Al McPhearson from the ST. Marys Airport. Visitors to the airport will likely be greeted by Cody on their arrival.

 

Cody is a rescue dog, and is very talented. In order challenge Cody, Al sent him off to be trained. He attended the Canine Good Citizens classes and became a certified Therapy Dog.

 

Cody has become a welcome visitor to patients at our local hospital. He is so talented, and does so many tricks, he is a true delight to those he visits.

 

On our video, Al talks about Cody's training, and he event performs a few tricks for us. He is a very talented boxer and dancer, as you will see.

 

 

  

 

Ivy & Elegance Historic Tour

 

The annual Ivy & Elegance historic house tour and special gardens will take place on Sunday, August 3rd.

 

Tours are scheduled every 15 minutes, from noon to 2 p.m.

 

Check in will be the First Lutheran Church parking lot, behind the church at 331 South Street.

 

There will be informational displays by Elk County Master Gardeners.

 

All proceeds will support the Ridgway Main Street Program.

 

Tickets are $20 and available at the Ridgway Welcome Center and Cliffe's and the Prescription Center.

 

South Street Botanical Designs will host music and refreshments following the tour.

 

 

 

 

Michael Proudfit Event At Community Pool

 

The annual Michael Proudfit Run/Walk will take place on Sunday, August 3rd at Memorial Park. Registration forms are available at the St. Marys Community Pool

 

Michael Proudfit Night at the Pool is Monday, August 4th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Admission is a non perishable food item, or $1.00 for members, $2.00 for non-members. Proceeds benefit the Christian Food Bank.

 

Events...

 

- Face Painting, games, Pinatas, Water Balloons, Limbo contest and "Big Splash"

 

- St. Marys Area dance Camp, under the Direction of Jennifer Tamberllin will perform

 

- Santa Claus will visit, along with Scott Allegretto as "Elvis"

 

- Buckwheat's Karaoke will provide entertainment

 

- Pie in the Face Contest

 

- Dunking Booth

 

Grand Prizes:

 

I-Pad Mini

Char Broil 4 Burner Grill

I-Pod Nano

Keurig Coffee Maker

WII Mini

Craftsman 3 Drawer Chest

6 Foot Fold-In Table & Bench

Assortment of children's and adult prizes

 

Snack bar will be open all evening, along with Pizza from Don's Pizza and wings from Dino's Place.

 

 

Sunday Morning Worship Services From Shiloh Presbyterian Church

 

 

Listen For Sunday Morning Worship Services From Shiloh Presbyterian Church In St. Marys, Sunday at 10:30 a.m. On The River 98.9...CLICK HERE TO LISTEN On Computer Or Mobile Device

 

 

Ray Beimel Remembers Sunday Morning At 10 a.m. On The River 98.9

 

Ray Remembers St. Marys Founders...LISTEN HERE

 

 

Sunday Morning Worship Services From Shiloh Presbyterian Church

 

 

Listen For Sunday Morning Worship Services From Shiloh Presbyterian Church In St. Marys, Sunday at 10:30 a.m. On The River 98.9...CLICK HERE TO LISTEN On Computer Or Mobile Device

 

 

 

Attorney Rick Brown "Ask The Expert"

 

 

 

How Can You Avoid Going To Trial? Attorney Rick Brown Explains

 

Watch St. Marys City Council Meeting

 

 

 City Council Hears From City Police Chief On Need For More Officers... (Watch Council Video)

 

 

 

Open House At Elk Count Veterinary Clinic

 

An open House at the Elk Count Veterinary Clinic will be held on Saturday, August 16th form noon to 2 p.m. The clinic is celebrating its 10th anniversary. You can take a tour, meet the staff and learn about the new and exiting services the Elk County Veterinary Clinic ahs to offer. Prizes will be given away.

 

 

 

Client Education Night At Elk County Veterinary Clinic

 

A client education night will be held on Thursday, august 14th form 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Elk County Veterinary Clinic. The guest speaker will be a representative form Bayer company to discuss how to keep fleas and ticks off of your pet and out of your home. the 1st 25 guests receive  free SERESTO Tote Bag full of goodies

 

 

 

Mark Hoffman, Kerri Coudriet & Michelle Sedor From Penn Highlands Elk Talk About

Lymphedema 

 

 

Kerri Coudriet, Certified Lymphatic Therapist At Penn Highlands Elk (Middle) talks about Lymphedema, a condition in which lymph fluid builds up in tissues and causes swelling. Listen To The Interview On Senior Living, Sunday At 11:30 a.m.

 

Mary Ellen Smith & Michelle Sedor From Penn Highlands Elk Talk About Upcoming Events

 

 

Penn Highlands Elk is sponsoring several events in the near future, including a Women's and Sportsmen's Health Fair on May 17th, 10 a.m. to noon at the front lawn of the hospital. Also, a Pebble Run 5k will be held on June 7th at Memorial Park. The Penn Highlands Elk Golf Tournament is coming May 21st. Mary Ellen Smith, Chief of Nursing at Penn Highlands Elk, along with Michelle Sedor, Public Relations Director,  talk about these events, along with the arrival of new doctors and a C.T. scanner at the Hospital. Listen Sunday, May 4th at 11:30 a.m., or CLICK BELOW to listen...SENOR LIVING

 

Penn Highlands Elk On "Senior Living"

This Sunday at 11:30 a.m., we'll talk to Mary Ann Schwabenbauer, from Penn Highlands Elk, about the new My eHealth Portal service, on SENOR LIVING

 

 

Rose Campbell, President/CEO Of Penn Highlands Elk Featured On Town Hall Tuesday

 

 

 

This week on "Town Hall Tuesday", presented by Straub Beer, we're featuring Rose Campbell, President and CEO at Penn Highlands Elk, along with Patty Szczotka, Radiologic Technologist at Penn Highlands Elk. Patty will discuss Osteoporosis and the importance of DEXA Scans. Rose will discuss the recent merger with Penn Highlands Healthcare and the future of our local hospital. (LISTEN)

 

Yvonne Challingsworth Featured On Senior Living

 

 

Yvonne is the Cardiac Rehabilitation Therapist at Penn Highlands Elk and will discuss the various services available at the Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit. CLICK HERE

 

Two New Brews From Straub Beer Introduced On "Town Hall Tuesday"

 

 

Straub Brewery has introduced the new "Sunshine Sampler", featuring two new seasonal brews! Join us for Town Hall Tuesday at 6 p.m. as we chat with Vince Assetta and A.J. Alexander, from Straub Brewery. Listen Here.

 

Discover The Great Outdoors

 

 

Jeff Buchheit is your host, Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.  CLICK HERE

 

 

 

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