LOCAL BRIEFS

Snow Shoe Fall

Festival is Saturday

SNOW SHOW — The 11th Annual Snow Shoe Fall Festival and Car and Big Rig Show will be held on Saturday at Snow Shoe Park.

More than 130 plaques/trophies will be awarded at the car and truck show, and the festival will also feature a large craft and flea market with 75-plus vendors. There will be a 5K race, chicken barbeque, kids’ games, a Chinese auction, and lots of food by local organizations.

Live music will be provided from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Moshannon Methodist Church will also be serving breakfast, from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.

For more information on Fall Festival events, call 814-571-3446 or visit www.facebook.com/Snow-ShoeFallFestival.

Parking and admission are free for the event.

Ross Library receives

gifts, donations

LOCK HAVEN — The Ross Library has benefited from the following memorials, gifts and donations received from Aug. 1 to 31.

IN MEMORY OF: Susan Antram from Mary Louise and Rick DeHaas; Barbara Barth from Sherry Barth; John Barth from Sherry Barth; Barbara L. Bowmaster from Lock Haven High School Class of 1964; Jonathan Bravard from Jeffrey H. Davidson; Ruth Copenhaver from her sons; Bonnie J. Croak from Ross Library staff; Darlene Miller Falls from LHHS Class of 1964; Elizabeth Guillaume from Phyllis, Laura and Tracey Dow; Dan Hills from John and Sally Young, Craig and Diane Miller, Tasha Hancock and Gretchen McKeever and Robert and Melissa Miller; J. Francis Long from Gurden Dietz; Alice Thompson Prough from J.P. and Susan Hanna, Sherry Barth and Joseph and Kathy LaRocca; Betty Royer from Ross Library staff; Lyn Spotts from Cory and Jayne Spotts, Jim Berkebile, Katherine E. Taylor and Don Bittner; Barbara Thiel from Clinton County Herb Guild.

IN HONOR OF: Ellen Campbell from Diane Frazier.

GIFTS AND DONATIONS: Flemington Borough, Cynthia Greninger, Marilyn Lopes, Phillip W. Feerrar, Marie and William Lingle Jr., Mary Lou Sprankle.

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