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Aubrey Sechrist is JS Lions Club Citizen of the Month

JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for May is Aubrey Blanche Sechrist, daughter of Tiffany and Mark Sechrist of Cogan Station. Aubrey’s activities include the following: National Honor Society, Cross Country, one year; National English Honor Society, three ...

Madison Wall is BPW Women’s Club Girl of the Month

JERSEY SHORE — The Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for May is Madison Jade Wall, daughter of Melissa and Matthew Wall of Jersey Shore. Madison’s activities include the following: Prom Committee, National Honor Society, one year; Key Club, two years; ...

Alzheimer’s Telephone Support Group to meet May 11

LOCK HAVEN — The Alzheimer’s Support Group of Clinton County is not able to meet in-person at this time, however, a telephone support group, sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association, is scheduled for Tuesday, May 11 at 7 p.m. for anyone caring for someone with dementia or any memory loss ...

Around the Town

GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Skip Counsil, 68, Pam Rolley and Kristen Barzona. Quote of the Day “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” — Walt Disney Word of the Day Canary — A small finch, native to the Canary Islands, having greenish to yellow color, ...

Penn College student ‘plays’ chess for senior project

WILLIAMSPORT — A Pennsylvania College of Technology electronics student used a game synonymous with skill to showcase his automation and robotics acumen. For his senior project, Aaron T. McGinley, of Williamsport, created a virtual version of chess that allows a robot to mimic the game. ...

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GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Jan Wagner! Word of the Day Hail-fellow — A congenial companion. Quote of the Day “Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.” — Martin Luther King, Jr. Saturday morning bird walk Bald Eagle State Park, Howard, is the place to be ...

Kappa Delta Rho holds food drive

PHOTOS PROVIDED Lock Haven University fraternity Kappa Delta Rho recently held its first food drive. Members went around and delivered flyers to 200 houses and collected items to donate to the Haven Cupboard. “We would like to thank everyone that participated and helped us with such a good ...

LHU ROTC cadet awarded Project Go Russian Language Scholarship

LOCK HAVEN – Alexandro Dunkelberger, a freshman biology major at Lock Haven University and an ROTC cadet with the Bald Eagle Battalion, recently was awarded a University of Pittsburgh Project Go Russian Language Scholarship. The University of Pittsburgh’s highly competitive Project Go ...

Bellefonte students take part in Maypole dance

PHOTO PROVIDED Pictured is a Maypole dance at the Bellefonte Elementary School during the 1950s. The young dancers were students from the class of 1964. Thank you John Martin of Nittany for sharing this photo with our readers!

Ross Library plans May activities, events

LOCK HAVEN — For the month of May, the Ross Library will be featuring “Picturing Women Inventors,” a poster exhibition about women and the things they have contributed. This display will be available in the north hall of the library, by the elevator. This program is sponsored by the ...

Around the Town

GOOD DAY and Happy 90th Birthday to Dale Bair of Mill Hall. Belated wishes Happy Birthday to Jim Moore of Beech Creek, 82 on May 3; Gionna Rose Heverly of Lock Haven, 9 on May 3. Happy Anniversary to Connie and Bruce Walfe of Lock Haven, 41 years on May 3. Word of the ...

Penn College part of pioneering $1.8 million scholarship initiative

WILLIAMSPORT— Pennsylvania College of Technology is partnering with the Brook J. Lenfest Foundation and Philadelphia Foundation for the Lenfest Immensitas Scholars Program, which benefits youth in, or aging out of, foster care. The innovative large-scale initiative, designed to increase ...

Ceremony celebrates historic gift from alumni businessman

WILLIAMSPORT — An alumnus’ investment in the next generation of innovators, the literal future of American manufacturing, was spotlighted during the April 27 dedication of the Larry A. Ward Machining Technologies Center at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Last year’s $1 million-plus ...

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Good Day and Happy Belated Birthday to Bea Vincent, who turned 70 on Sunday! Happy Birthday to Alan Lamey ... Peg Johnson ... Travis Kyle. Word of the Day Matronly — Stately; dignified. Quote of the Day “The quickest way to double your money is to fold it over and put it back in ...

Community Foundation redistributes funding

LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Community Foundation redistributed $33,600 in 2021 funding at a recent meeting. The money represents funds that were allocated to organizations and then returned for one reason or another. The new allocations approved by the board follow: — Prayer Shawl ...

Hundreds turn out for Hyner View Trail race

HYNER — The day dawned cool and clear last Saturday as close to a thousand people took on Hyner Mountain and the 15th annual Hyner View Trail Challenge. More than 200 runners took off at 8 a.m. for the 50K race, with more than 700 people taking on the 25K course at 9 a.m. Participants ...

Old Photo Album Update: LHU fraternities raise funding

EXPRESS ARCHIVES If you can’t quite remember the fashion of the 70s, you’re in luck. This photo from the Express’s archives provides a look at the wide range of clothing and hair styles that were popular during this decade. Pictured above are two Lock Haven University fraternity ...

River Towns unite to clean up the greenway

LOCK HAVEN — Susquehanna Greenway River Towns across the region were alive with volunteers last week in celebration of Earth Day and the inaugural 2021 Susquehanna Greenway River Towns Cleanup. Over the course of the week of April 18 — 25, 2021, six river towns organized events that ...

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GOOD DAY and Happy Birthday to Harold McKivision of Howard. Word of the Day Gongoozler — An idle spectator. Quote of the Day “A positive attitude won’t solve all your problems... but it will annoy enough people to make it worth it.” — Herm Albright Helping Hands Helping ...