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Game Commissioners Group Meeting


May 19 meeting to be streamed live online
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has scheduled a public, working group meeting to be held on Monday, May 19 at the Game Commission’s headquarters in Harrisburg. The meeting is slated to begin at 8 a.m. and also will be streamed live on the agency’s website (

Megan Divers Earns the Girl Scout Silver Award

Megan Divers is here with her cement benches, placed in the school’s courtyard to help her earn her Girl Scout Silver Award

Megan Divers, from Petroleum Valley Girl Scout Troop #21945 earned her Silver Award which is the highest award earned by Girl Scouts at the Cadette age level.  Megan is 14 years old, attends Karns City Area High School, and is the daughter of Walter and Cassandra Divers of Petrolia. Megan chose to earn her award by helping the Chicora Elementary School.

Inducted Into National Honor Society at Keystone High School

L-R,Front:Kierstie Mapes, Hannah Roberts, Brooke Mays, Kelly Daugherty.Back:Zach Stiglitz, Jena Hall, Shayla Chapman, Tyler Beal

Pictured here are the newly inducted members of the Keystone High School chapter of the National Honor Society. The induction ceremony took place on Monday, May 5, 2014 at the high school.

L-R, Front row:  Kierstie Mapes, Hannah Roberts, Brooke Mays, Kelly Daugherty. Back row:  Zach Stiglitz, Jena Hall, Shayla Chapman, Tyler Beal.

Boys & Girls Club Trail Cleanup

Rachel Cullen and Nancy Izquierdo sharing the responsibilities.

On Saturday, April 26th, eight members of the Boys & Girls Club Along The Allegheny participated in a trail clean up from Foxburg to the Clarion River bridge.
The event was initiated by Sally Vereb of Foxburg. The Boys & Girls Club has adopted this stretch of the trail as part of their community service and will help keep it clean in years to come.
Kids enjoyed looking the most unique object. The winner just happened to find a shoe along the way.

Keystone Crowns King & Queen

Keystone H.S.'s 2014 Prom Queen, Mallory Reed, and King, Jordan Weeter.

Keystone High School held their 2014 Promenade, Crowning and Prom on Sat., May 3. This year’s King and Queen are Jordan Weeter and Mallory Reed.  Jordan is the son of Mark Weeter of Florida and Lori Weeter of Knox. Mallory is the daughter of Dan Reed of Knox and Lori Reed of Clarion.  Photo courtesy of Smith Photography

Clarion SAAC & Clarion Christian Pre-school Team Up For St. Jude's

Clarion SAAC & Clarion Christian Pre-School

(CLARION, PA.): Clarion Christian Pre-School and Clarion University Athletics – specifically the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, teamed up to help raise $1,431 on May 2 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tn.

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