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Elkland Search & Rescue Fishing Derby April 30th and May 1st


Elkland Search And Rescue will hold their 22nd Annual Fishing Derby on Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st, 2016. The Derby will run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday Registrations forms are available now. (CLICK HERE) There will also be pre-registration dates and times at the Elkland Building in St. Marys. Registration times are Saturday, April 2nd from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23rd, from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.


Kentucky Derby Party May 7th At The Highlands


A Kentucky Derby Party will be held on Saturday, May 7th at the Highlands Restaurant. Proceeds will be donated for local children with serious medical needs. Big hats, Mint Jeps, Raffles and more. Price is $50 per person and includes a chance at a weekend getaway. The event will be held from 3:30 to 8:30 p.m. Contact AMy Straub at 594-0680 or adamsmile04@gmail .com. Proceeds benefit Adam's Smile Foundation


Stuffed Chicken Breast Dinner At Sacred Heart May 12th


Sacred Heart Social Committee will sponsor your choice of Swiss Steak or Stuffed Chicken Breast Dinner on Thursday, May 12th from 4 p.m. to sold out. Price is $10 for adults, $5 for children 5-10. Children under 5 are free. Takeouts available. Tickets at the door. The proceeds benefit the Sacred Hart Parish Building ufnd.



Bennett's Valley Lions Club Garage And Bake Sale May 13th & 14th


The Bennett's Valley Lions Club will sponsor their annual garage and bake sale to benefit the Annual College Scholarship Fund. The dates are Friday, May 13th from 9 .m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, May 14th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The even twill be held at Muccio's Garage on Route 555 In Weedville. For more information call 787-5277.


Murder Mystery Dinner Saturday, May 14th At The Red Fern


A Murder Mystery Dinner Theater will be held on Saturday, May 14th at the Red Fern. The event is presented by Curves Purple Power, and benefits the American Cancer Society. Tickets are $25 per person and are available at Curves of St. Marys. Doors open at 6 p.m., the Mystery begins at 6:30 p.m. For more information call Betty at 335-0875, or Patty at 885-8059.




Elk Expo Planned For August




The Pennsylvania Game Commission will hold their annual elk tag drawing live at the Elk Expo in the ECCO Building on Saturday, August 20th. To be entered into the 2016 elk license lottery drawing, you must apply through the Pennsylvania Game Commission: www.portal.state.pa.us

The KECA bull elk tag raffle drawing will be held on Sunday, August 21st. 100% of KECA's raffle proceeds directly benefit Pennsylvania's Elk Country


Cleaning Up Emporium


The long winter is coming to an end and time to clean up the winter debris. 


Clean up Emporium will begin Saturday April 23 at 9am.  Projects this year including mulching and litter pick up.  Bags, gloves and vests will be provided by PennDot and can be picked up at the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce office. 


The annual clean-up project is coordinated by the chamber.  Groups or individuals can contact the office to sign up for specific projects by calling 814-486-4314.  This year the washing of downtown sidewalks and windows will be postponed until the demolition of the former Jasper Harris building is complete.


World War II Program At Emporium Fire Hall April 23rd


WORLD WAR II Program will be held at the Emporium Fire Hall - Saturday April 23, 2016 at 3 PM -  Cameron County Historical Society is hosting a World War II Program  featuring Steve Appleby, Director of the Eldred World War II Museum.


If you are a World War II enthusiast, a Veteran of the war, or just want to learn more about this war, this is a program you will want to attend.  Appleby's WWII presentation will include artifacts from many collections in the museum emphasizing on what these men used and carried as they risked their lives.   The museum carries a personal theme of what those of this incredible war fought endured resonates throughout the museum and through Appleby himself.  


 Appleby enlisted in the US Army after high school serving in the infantry and Special Forces until he retired a few years ago. The personal aspect behind these amazing men has been a strong passion of Appleby's since childhood and has remained important to him enough that he has become a foremost historian on this hard fought war.    


Check out the museums website at  http://eldredpawwiimuseum.com/ and discover why there is a World War II Museum in Eldred. Learn what the museum has to offer in its unique exhibits about World War II and the Robert A Anderson Library within the gallery that includes rare and out of print books and so much.   

Appleby will give you insight as to why "The museum could quite literally have been picked up from Washington, D.C. alongside any of the other Smithsonian's buildings and been dropped here overnight." Fox News


Don't miss this event at the Emporium Fire Hall  Saturday April 23, 2016 at 3 PM sponsored by the Cameron County Historical Society includes light refreshments RSVP 486-4314 by Monday April 18, 2016


Family Group Decision Making Offered By CAPSEA


Family Group Decision Making (FGDM) is a meeting involving immediate family, supports, community members, and/or service providers to find solutions to help families through major transitions. FGDM draws on family experience, knowledge, and resources and focuses on the strengths of a family to address an extensive range of circumstances. Through the FGDM process, families are empowered to be the decision makers in creating realistic plans to address their needs.


FGDM is a Free and Voluntary service available to ALL families in Elk County. A clear purpose needs to be established before arranging a meeting/making a referral. Meetings are held at a neutral location. Families work with the FGDM Coordinator to explore who to have in attendance. There is no cost to participating families. FGDM Coordinator will assist the family in finding options for childcare and transportation if necessary. For more information, call CAPSEA at 772-3838


Emporium State Police Warn Of Potential Credit Card Scam


Royal Bank received this communication with the latest scam. This is happening in the Midwest right now and moving across the country.


The scam is somewhat different, since the scammers provide YOU with all the information, except the piece they need.


The information is worth reading. By understanding how the VISA & MasterCard telephone Credit card works, you'll be better prepared to protect yourself.


Here is how it works:


You receive a call from a person claiming to be employed either at Visa or MasterCard. The caller claims to be calling from the Security and Fraud Department and tells you that your card has been flagged for an unusual purchase pattern. The caller then cites a particular purchase (typically under $500) and asks if you really purchased the questionable item. When you respond, "No", the caller then promises to credit your account with the amount and begin a fraud investigation. The caller typically asks certain identity question, such as address and more importantly, your credit card security number (the 3 or 4 digits in the back of the card).


The caller succeeds in obtaining the security information on your account and then uses that information to make a purchase. Unless you know this is a scam, when you get your credit card statement and see the fraudulent charge, you assume that the investigation is under way and is being taken care of. Meanwhile, this is all a scam. The purpose of the scam is to get that 3-4 digit security number.


How Can You Protect Yourself?


With this particular scam, don't give out any information over the phone unless you call the number provided in the back of your card. If you do receive a phone call reporting a fraudulent charge, hang up and call the number provided on your card.


If you have already fallen victim to this or a similar scam, contact your credit card company. Visa and MasterCard have also been encouraging defrauded consumers to file a police report.


Pool Memberships Available



Early discounts on memberships to the St Marys Community pool are now available until May 20th. Forms are available now. CLICK HERE



Ridgway Community Sale May 21st In Ridgway


The annual Community Sale, sponsored by the Ridgway-Elk County Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Saturday, May 21st from 9a.m. to 3 p.m. Register Here


Community Nurses Sponsoring "Safe Sitter Program"


The Community Nurses will sponsor a Safe Sitter Program, a medically accurate hands-on class that teaches boys and girls ages 11-15 how to handle emergencies when caring for children. Community Nurses trained instructors will offer Safe Sitter Classes during the coming summer.


Registration is Wednesday, May 18th from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Community Nurses Office. A Parent or guardian must be present.


Classes will be held on Tuesday, June 14th and July 19th at the Faith Baptist Church on West Creek Road form 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration is $25.00


Community Nurses Used Book Sale To Be Held June 16th - 19th


The annual Used Book Sale, sponsored by the Community Nurses, will be held June 16th though the 19th at St. Boniface Cafeteria. The sale will be held June 16th from 2 to 8 p.m., June 17th from 9 to 5, June 18th from 9 to 1, June 19th from noon to 3 p.m.


Collection Dates are Saturday, June 11th 9 a-12p, June 12th 9 a to 7p, June 13th from 9a-7p, June 14th 9 a-7p and June 15th from 9a-7p at St. Boniface Cafeteria.


Elk County ABATE Knight Ride May 21st


Elk County ABATE will sponsor a Knight Ride on May 21st. Registration at the Elk County Fairgrounds from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. All street legal vehicles are welcome. Donation is $15.00/bike. There will also be a bike show from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on the fairgrounds. For more information call Kris at 389-7531, or Mindy at 512-4859. Benefits Ed Knight and Family.


Elk County ABATE 1st Annual Spring Kickoff Bash May 20th-22nd


Elk County ABATE will hold their 1st annual Spring Kickoff bash, May 20th - 22nd. Benefits Rides 4 Vets of Elk and Cameron Counties. $25 Pre-Sale Tickets, $35 at the gate. Gates open at noon on Friday. Free Primitive camping. Price is $10 per camper fee (water and electric). Firewood available.


Entertainment provided by Travis and Denny Unplugged on Friday. On Saturday, entertainment by SplatterJack. A Bike Show * Dice Run * Bike and Biker Games * Wet T-Shirt contest and Six Pak will perform. Food Vendors, Tattooists and piercing available.


Student Film & Arts Festival May 19th With Ridgway Drama Club 


Coming in May, it's the1st Annual "Pounce in the Wilds": Student Film and Arts Festival
May 19, 2016 from 4-8 pm. Young Filmakers and Artist from Grades k-12 will have the opportunity to show case their movie making and art talent to the public of Ridgway. There will also be a special performance by the RHS Drama Club. Students can enter by filling out a registration form. There is a $5 entry fee and forms are available in the school offices.