Local Briefs

Chapman Township provides fingerprinting services

NORTH BEND– Chapman Township Municipal Office is now an IdentoGO Identity Services fingerprinting center.

Supporting the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, IdentoGO Centers are operated by IDEMIA the global leader in trusted identities. Today, the company partners with many federal, state and local government agencies as well as businesses covering a variety of industries that count on it for the secure capture and transmission of applicants’ fingerprints. They serve millions of customers each year in our nationwide network of locations.

IdentoGO Centers provide convenient, professional environments for live scan (electronic) fingerprinting services, which are delivered by trained Enrollment Agents. IdentoGO is the exclusive live scan fingerprinting provider for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is a certified FBI Channeling Agent.

Chapman Township is proud to offer this new service in a continuing effort to assist our community with key services.

Clinton County Democrats’ Fall Picnic is Sept. 12

LOCK HAVEN – The Clinton County Democratic Committee’s Annual Fall Picnic will be held on Thursday, Sept. 12, and all county Democrats and those wishing to learn more about the local party are invited to attend.

The event will feature a social hour from 5-6 p.m., followed by a picnic style dinner and speakers, as well as a silent auction.

Special guests will include county level and municipal candidates.

This year’s picnic will be held at the Dunnstown Fire Hall, located at 119 Woodward Ave., Lock Haven.

To make a reservation or learn more about making a donation toward the silent auction, email Kim Coleman, CCDC Co-Chair, at kimberlycoleman57@gmail.com or call 570-660-1555

Kay Fetzer wins

$100 Sheetz gift card

MILL HALL –Kay Fetzer of Pine Creek area was the winner of the Sheetz Gift Card Drawing offered by the Clinton County Democratic Committee at the 2019 Clinton County Fair.

County Democrats volunteered at a CCDC booth at the fairgrounds July 27 through August 3, where they spoke to community members about Democratic candidates seeking office this year, helped people register to vote, and played American trivia games with youth.

Democratic candidates seeking countywide and municipal offices came out to meet county residents and rode on the CCDC’s float in the fair parade.

The CCDC offered a $100 Sheetz Gift Card Drawing that is free to enter at the fair and this year over 350 tickets were entered into the contest.

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