Local briefs

Admission is free to BEA craft fair

WINGATE — The annual BEA Fall Craft and Gift Fair announces admission is free to the event, to be held Saturday, Nov. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the high school. More than 100 vendors will participate.

During the day, students will host a food drive as part of a service project and prom dresses will be collected for the annual Prom Dress Event to be held in the spring, which allows BEA students to purchase used dresses for a low cost.

The craft fair helps earn money for the BEA Spanish Club. The group is planning a trip to Washington, D.C. to see the Holocaust Museum.

Hoy Memorial Scholarship offered

LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Solid Waste Authority is offering a John B. Hoy Jr. Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 during the 2017-18 school year.

The applying student, a high school senior or a college freshman, must be a resident of Clinton County.

The application deadline is Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

Visit http://www.waynetwplandfill.com and click on the Education tab for more scholarship information.

Library benefits from donations

LOCK HAVEN — Ross Library has benefited from the following memorials, honors, and other gifts and donations received in October.

IN MEMORY OF: Jane Brown from David and JoAnn Williams, Michael Scott Coleman from Nancy Antram, Gary Cryder from Claudia Hunold, Joe and Cy Bitner, Richard Forshey from Bob and Cis Larsen, Robert Gallagher from Sharon Suter, Grace Gardner from WELCA of Southern Clinton County Lutheran Parish, Anna Caruso Genua from Bob and Cis Larsen, Grace Hanna from Dana, Sandy, Billy and Mary Jo Sorgen, Ethel Rose Larsen from Bob and Cis Larsen, Lorraine and Danny Larsen from Bob and Cis Larsen, Maddie Potts from David and Carol Ann Cowder, Sharon Suter, Douglas and Joan Smith from Vivienne Shay, Ralph and Robert Stoy from Nancy Antram, Bonnie Vonada from William Vonada, Dean and Nancy Moore, Wayne and Roberta Doyle.

IN HONOR OF: Phyllis Dow from Tracey Dow, Aidan Gscheidle from Nancy Antram, Diane Whitaker from Tracey Dow, Ross Library staff, Eleanor Kodish.

OTHER GIFTS AND DONATIONS: Colebrook Township and Julius and Katheryn Hommer Foundation.