Scottdale Fall Festival committee to meet
By Daily Courier
Published: Wednesday, June 13, 2012, 11:06 p.m.
The Scottdale Fall Festival committee will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at 228 Pittsburgh St. New members are welcome.
The free luncheon that was to be held on Sunday in St. John's Social Hall, South Broadway has been canceled because it will be Father's Day.
Sign up for farmers market produce vouchers at 10 a.m. July 3 at the Scottdale Firemen's Club, 405 Porter Ave. You must be 60 or older. For more information, call the Mt. Pleasant Senior Center at 724-547-4593 or the Westmoreland County Area Agency on Aging at 724-830-4444.
On June 17, the Riverhounds will oppose the Rochester Rhinos at 7 p.m. at Chartiers Valley Stadium. For ticket information, call 412-539-1191 or visit www.riverhounds.com.
The Scottdale Area Chamber of Commerce will meet at noon Tuesday in the Scottdale Public Library, 106 Spring St.
A friendly reminder -- Photo identification that is up-to-date is required for the November election. If you don't have one, it could present a problem. For more information, check with your local PennDOT drivers center.
The Blackburn Center is always in need of donations. Call the center at 724-837-9540 or visit www.blackburncenter.org to find out what is needed.
Scottdale still has its Salvation Army Service office in the Mennonite Church, Market Street. For an appointment, call 724-887-0816 and leave a message. The office is there to serve all in need.
Summer Food Program will begin on June 18 at the Everson Centennial Park.
Winners of the marble run from Southmoreland Elementary School's second grade are Logan Craig, Julia Davis, Evan Greco and Ben Yeskey. This is a big win because students participated from across Westmoreland County.
Happy Father's Day on Sunday to all men in that category. Tell him, "thanks for being there, Dad."
Last month, Southmoreland High School held its class day scholarships, which were given by the following individuals or groups to the seniors. I, along with Joan Brown, awarded scholarships from the Scottdale Chamber of Commerce and the Scottdale Business & Professional Women's Club, of which we are both members. I told the seniors that all the 12 grades they were apart of will be the best years of their lives.
The following groups participated: Sam F. Hicks Memorial Fund Merit Scholarship, J.K.'s County Market, Scottdale Fall Festival, Amanda L. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship, Scottdale Chamber of Commerce, Business & Professional Women of Scottdale, Rotary Service Scholarships, Christopher Kiefer Memorial Scholarship, Friends of Scottdale Library, Greenridge Reclamation Scholarship, Rocky Wailer Memorial Golf Team Award, East Huntingdon Township Lioness Club Scholarship, Randy Parfitt, Memorial Scholarship, Leaders of Tomorrow Award, Donald E. Fox Jr. Memorial Scholarship, Laurel Art Council, Scottdale Kiwanis Club WCCC Scholarship, Elks Foundation, George W. Rath Instrumental Band Scholarship, Southmoreland Marching Band, SEA, the Navy, Marines, Air Force and Army Reserve, GEMS, Presidential Academic Achievement Awards and Honor Graduates. Thanks to everyone who took the time to honor the students.
Readers, always encourage our youth to participate in a big or small activity.
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