Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applause.
The Mill Hall Kiwanis Club would like to THANK its many sponsors for the 11th annual Easter Egg Hunt at Mill Hall Park on Saturday, April 8. The hunt attracted upward of 500 people! The children captured 6,000 eggs! The event was a huge success thanks to the many volunteers, organizations and businesses who support it. They are Central Mountain Middle School Builder’s Club, Clinton County Fair Queen Carly Walizer, Echo Hope Assembly Church, Lion’s Club of Mill Hall, Texas Roadhouse of State College, R.C. Bowman Inc., Webb’s Super Gro, Arby’s, MacDonald’s, Sheetz, Burger King, Little Caesars, Dan’s Gulf, Weis Market, Rydon, Mann’s Garage, Dean K. Wetzler Jr. Funeral Home, Beech Creek Hotel, Brothers Pizza, The Express, Homestead Pools, Mill Hall Pharmacy, Bittner’s Furst Corner Restaurant, Klinefelter’s Sporting Goods, Flowers by Monica, Weaver’s Radiator and Auto Repair, Just For Gents, R&M Gas & Oil, Don’s Garage, Advance Auto Parts, Pizza Hut, Bald Eagle Beer Store, Julian Auto Sales, and Ken Regel.
Members of the Flowers of Hope team would like to extend their most sincere thanks to the entire Clinton County community for supporting Daffodil Days 2017. Our campaign was successful because of the cooperation and assistance we received from businesses, organizations, schools, and individuals. We are fortunate to be a part of such a caring community and we want to thank all those who helped raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
— Debra Burrows, Flowers of Hope Team Captain
THANK YOU to the Dunnstown Volunteer Fire Col and Lock Haven EMS for helping me with lift assistance for my mother! God Bless all of you for your help.
— Lisa Suder