School supplies drive another success
The Clinton County District Attorney’s Office recently completed it’s 2019 school supplies drive to benefit two elementary schools in Keystone Central School District. The drive is the third organized by Clinton County Chief Detective James Edwards. Generous donations were made by Rippey’s Asphalt and Sealing, JJ Peters Disposal, WalMart of Mill Hall, Lock Haven Kiwanis, and Bald Eagle Nittany Valley Kiwanis. In previous years, donations have been made to several schools across Clinton County. This year, the schools that are going to receive supplies are Robb and Dickey Elementary schools. Pictured, from left are Brian Rippey from Rippey’s Asphalt and Sealing; Kyle Peters from JJ Peters Disposal; David Strouse, Clinton County district attorney and representative of the Lock Haven Kiwanis; Matt Wise, of Bald Eagle Nittany Valley Kiwanis; detective Jim Edwards, drive coordinator; and WalMart Assistant Manager Justin Swinehart.