June 2013

Tommy Brandt

Tommy Brandt

Wolfs Corners Youth and Ag

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Wolfs Corners Youth an Ag is an organization in northern Clarion County dedicated to educating kids about agriculture. Founded in 2005 by the Wolfs Corners Fair, Youth and Ag has over 50 kids involved ranging in age from 4-18.
Throughout the year adult leaders do a lot of clinics to teach the kids more about the farm animals they use for their projects. They spend a lot of time teaching the members how to properly care for and exhibit the project animals they have.

Mother's Group Donates Books to Area Preschools

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Clarion County Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)

Clarion County Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church just wrapped another successful season of ministry to mothers of young children in the community. One of the group’s projects this year was to highlight the importance of early literacy. They hosted a Books N’ Bazaar event in early May and raised enough funds to purchase 115 new books for area preschools.

Clarion County Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)

Clarion County Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)

Double Drivel 6/25/13 Issue

Mike’s Commentary:

Into The Outdoors 6/25/13

 

As we all know, June 16th was Father’s Day. Given that, it might be nice to take a little look at the role dads have played in the outdoor experience. When I think about it, nearly every hunter and angler I know was introduced to the sports by their father.

Unmasking the Idols in Your Life

 
By: Jerry Costello for The Christophers
Though we modern folk believe we’re much smarter than, for example, the Israelites who built themselves a golden calf to worship thousands of years ago, we’re just as willing to bow down before false gods as they were. Our tendency to do so may be even more dangerous because we’re usually unaware about what we’re doing.

Central Electric Cooperative Continues to Improve System Reliability: Project Updates

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PARKER, Pa. June 5, 2013 Reconstruction of the major tie line (7.8 miles) connecting Fredricksburg and Cowans-ville substations in Armstrong County continues. This project is nearing completion with line crews working on the Fredricksburg Substation side of the project. Work is completed inspecting approximately 6,000 poles in the Saxonburg and Cowansville substation areas.
Line clearing operations are underway in areas served by Nectarine Substation and work is being planned for similar work out of Coaltown Substation.

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