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.
Jackson Center couple are March of Dimes ambassadors
Jacqueline and Jared McCullough were happy to be expecting their first child. The Jackson Center couple never dreamed of any complications like a premature birth until Izzabelle was born 12 weeks too soon and no one knew if she would survive.
Girl Scouts earn highest award
Six Girl Scouts from Troop 30434, Hadley, have attained the highest award given by the scouts, the prestigioius Girl Scout Gold Award.
GCC's Sparks to deliver address
Long-time Grove City College faculty member, attorney and retiring dean Dr. John A. Sparks '66 will deliver the keynote address at the commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 18.
Square dance set, columnist replacement sought
The next square dance will be at the Harrisville Fire Hall from 8 to 11 p.m. March 16. Bob Minor is going to be the caller.
Community Day changes to Sept. 7
Harrisville residents may have seen in the borough newsletter that Harrisville council has changed its annual Community Day from July 4 to Sept. 7 this year.
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