GC class celebrates 50th with teachers, plan scholarship/gift
The Grove City High School class of 1963 celebrated their 50th anniversary of graduation with a weekend packed with activities for all classmates and their spouses to enjoy.
Olde Town, GJR accepting donations for Sculpture Signage Project
Currently, six sculptures stand on Broad and South Center streets, designating parking for incoming visitors. Every year Olde Town collects donations from Olde Town businesses and the community.
Pipes and drums
Commencing with the rich “skirling” of bagpipes, The Grove City Historical Society hosted the final seminar of the 2013 season, “Fifty Years of Pipes and Drums”
Dorothy Henderson celebrates 97th birthday
Dorothy Mae McCandless Henderson, of Grove Manor, 435 N. Broad St., Grove City, who has lived in the borough since 1978, recently celebrated her 97th birthday.
Because National Down Syndrome Awareness Month is a celebration of special people, Polly Lindh put up a display at Beans on Broad to let others know that there are several in the community “rockin’ an extra chromosome.”
Mercer Mustangs on parade
The Mercer High School football team participates in the Oct. 16 Homecoming parade.
Kathy Dittrich, Grove City, has made two touchdowns against breast cancer – which was celebrated at the Pittsburgh Steelers game on Sunday, Oct. 20.
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Youth in the Community
They've got talent
The 2013 Strawberry Days Talent Show, held June 9 at Memorial Park, featured some great area talents. The winners of the contest in each category are, from left: Makenna Isles, children; Ashley Shields, youth; Kevin McCarl and Jake Kildoo, adult; and Abigail Stewart, best of show.
Olde Town farmers market opens June 6
"When does the farmers market open?" is a common question these days.
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