June 26th, 2015
In the month of May, GKN Sinter Metals St. Marys employees raised $610 through the â€śHearts of Goldâ€ť Program for the Laurel Run Delta Waterfowl organization. Employees in from left to right, Joe Blessel-GKN, Scott Clark-GKN and Chairperson for DW, Craig Huff-GKN, Ben Bryant-GKN and Vice Chairperson for DW.
The Elkton Presbyterian Church in Dagus Mines, with Pastor Jim Dixon officiating, recently held their Super Cool Undersea Bible Adventure Vacation Bible School with 14 participants.
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Penn Highlands Elk selected Debbie Nelson of the surgical services department as its May Employee of the Month. At Pinecrest Manor, Maggie Martin, was chosen for the designation. These awards are given to a person who consistently goes above and beyond while in their duties at the hospital.
The St. Marys Little League Softball Major League all stars (11-12-year-olds) stayed alive in the District 10 Tournament with a 13-4 victory over the Brookville all stars Wednesday night at Benzinger Park.
The Walker International Events, Inc. circus is once again being held at Kaulmont Park, and performances will be held today at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Ridgway American Legion baseball won its third straight game as the team picked up a 5-2 win over St. Marys Tuesday night at Sandy Beach Recreational Park.
The Fox Township Post 511 American Legion baseball team added another victory to their season total with a 10-0 six inning win over Wilcox on Tuesday evening in a contest played in Fox Township.
This is the old Jacob Furniture building on Erie Avenue which in recent years has housed the St. Marys & Benzinger Township Historical Society. The scene is of a motorcycle run during the St. Marys Hometown Festival. This building has been recently torn down and the Historical Society has moved into a brand new building next door. When the building was razed, it was discovered that the building rested on a 40 foot long ancient log as its central beam. This, over 100-year-old log is from the early logging era of the town.
Recently, Mary Anderson, Corporate Controller, and George Hasselman, Marketing Associate, met with students who were selected to be awarded $1,000 each in the form of a scholarship from Straub Brewery. The recipients are Macy Neureiter, Samantha Candalor, Tony Hanes, and Megan Bridges. Megan and Samantha recently graduated from St. Marys Area High School while Macy and Tony are from Elk County Catholic High School.