Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce

Member to Member Announcements

March 15, 2018


Wellsboro Chamber Mixer & Brochure Swap Includes Auctions on Thursday, March 22

The 11th Annual Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce Member Mixer and Brochure Swap will be on Thursday, March 22, from 5 to 7pm in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theater at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. The event is free and open to the public. Wellsboro Borough Manager Scot Boyce will give a brief talk about upcoming summer road, bridge and park and recreation projects. The public and local business owners will have the opportunity to participate in live and silent auctions, enjoy refreshments, pick up brochures and other information about area events and learn more about the chamber and its members.  One of the auction items is a collectible four-inch tree carved by Bucky Green from a branch that fell from Wellsboro's historic elm; it is exclusive to the chamber and not available anywhere else. Among the other items for the silent auction and those being auctioned off “live” at various times during the event are: "After The Rain," a photograph taken and framed by Bruce Dart; a carved bear by chainsaw artist Gary Hilfiger; two books from the "Totally Ninja Raccoonsseries by Kevin Coolidge, owner of From My Shelf Books & Gifts; a 60-minute signature massage by Emerge Healing Arts & Spa; a Broad Acres care package; an Animal Care Sanctuary gift basket; Pennsylvania Grand Canyon coasters; olive oil and seasonings; a four-foot LED shop light; and a unique planting pot. Auction proceeds will benefit the chamber-sponsored Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival Family Day and Children’s Health Fair being held on Saturday, June 9 to provide free healthy activities and information for children and their parents. Chamber and community members who are contributing items to the auctions are asked to contact Julie VanNess, chamber executive director, on or before this Friday, March 16, by calling 570-724-1926 or emailing her at For more information call 570-724-1926 or visit

This Friday, March 16 is Deadline to Register for Shaw Festival

The deadline to register for Hamilton-Gibson’s 14th annual Shaw Festival Day Trip is this Friday, March 16. Those going on the Saturday, May 5 bus trip will be able to spend time in Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario, Canada and see the musical “Grand Hotel” in the 856-seat Festival Theatre. On one unforgettable night in the Roaring Twenties, 10 guests at the hotel in Berlin, Germany collide as they unleash their deepest, most desperate passions. The show soars with songs and dance numbers about love, betrayal, jealousy and murder. in The one-day trip is open to adults and children accompanied by adults. All must have valid passports. The Benedict’s Bus Service bus will leave the Whitneyville terminal at 6:30am on May 5 and return by 10pm that night. The price is $135 per person, the same as last year. Included is a seat for the show, transportation and hearing devices for those who request them. Meals are not included. Full payment is due by this Friday, March 16. For information about passports or the trip or for reservation forms, contact HG Coordinator Craig Devenport at 570-971-2455 or To learn more about the festival, visit

Auditions for “Calendar Girls” are This Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 16, 17 & 18

Auditions for Hamilton-Gibson’s production of “Calendar Girls” are at 3:30pm this Friday, March 16, at 3:30pm this Saturday, March 17 and at 1pm this Sunday, March 18. There are roles for 10 women and four men. When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and her best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They persuade four fellow Women's Institute members to pose nude with them for an "alternative" calendar. The news spreads like wildfire and soon hordes of press descend on the small Yorkshire village in England where they live. The calendar quickly becomes a huge success as Chris and Annie's friendship is put to the test by their newfound fame. This show is co-sponsored by Dr. Richard and Kate Black and Drs. Tina Tolins and Grady Gafford. Those with questions or concerns are invited to contact Director Thomas Putnam at 570-724-2079 or

Last Performances of “Ring of Fire” are This Friday and Saturday, March 16 & 17

The last two performances of "Ring of Fire" are at 7:30pm this Friday, March 16 and Saturday, March 17 in the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street, Wellsboro. A unique musical, this Hamilton-Gibson production features more than two dozen classic tunes from the iconic songbook of the late Johnny Cash such as “I Walk The Line,” “A Boy Named Sue,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” and the title tune to paint "the essence of an American experience." Cast members include: Cindy Bastian and Eric Bailey, both of Mansfield; Anne Acker of Coudersport; Frank "Sandy" Higgins of Blossburg; Logan Route of Canton; and Noyes Lawton of Wellsboro. Instrumentalists are: Dan Krise on mandolin and fiddle and Thomas Putnam at the piano, both of Wellsboro, and Mark Moffett on guitar and Levi Seybert on drums, both of Middlebury Center.  Co-sponsored by Partners In Progress and Dr. Donna and Kenneth Mettler this show is for people of all ages. Admission is $12 per adult and $6 per youth, 18 and under. A FlexPass is $60. For tickets, call 570-724-2079, email or visit

Last Flies & Lies is This Saturday, March 17

Between 9am and noon this Saturday, March 17, Trout Unlimited Tiadaghton Chapter #688 members are offering free fly tying lessons to men, women and children who have never tied a fly before or want to learn more during Flies and Lies at the Wellsboro Community Center, 3 Queen Street in Wellsboro.  More experienced fly tiers can learn new, intricate patterns. Equipment and materials will be provided free. This is a free, casual event. Youth 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult. People attending are welcome to bring in fishing items to sell or trade such as used tackle, fly tying materials and other fishing-related items. Tickets for the local TU banquet on March 24 and Blast and Cast raffle tickets can be purchased at Flies and Lies. For more information, call Bill Paulmier at (814) 367-2636.

TU Banquet Ticket Deadline is This Saturday, March 17

The deadline is this Saturday, March 17 for the public and members to reserve seats for the annual banquet of Trout Unlimited’s Tiadaghton Chapter #688 being held at the Penn Wells Hotel in Wellsboro on Saturday, March 24. Tickets will not be sold at the door. The doors will open at 4:30pm on the 24th with the buffet dinner to begin at 6pm. Speaker is Philip Thomas, habitat project coordinator for Trout Unlimited's Pennsylvania Coldwater Habitat Restoration Program. Bucket raffles, trout bingo and a 50/50 drawing will be held at the banquet and four “Blast and Cast” raffle winners’ names will be drawn. The prizes are: a Savage Axis rifle (winner's choice of caliber) or $300 in cash; an Orvis Clearwater Fly Rod Outfit, including a five-weight, nine-foot, four-piece rod with fly line and backing (no cash); a Marlin XT-22 rifle or $150 in cash; and an Allen Fly Fishing Chest Pack (no cash). To make reservations for the banquet by March 17 contact James Horton at 570-827-3113 or Make checks payable to Tiadaghton TU. Purchase Blast and Cast raffle tickets from Horton or at the banquet.

Casey L. Patrick Memorial Basketball Game on March 17

Students vs. Faculty Casey L. Patrick Memorial Basketball game to be held Saturday March 17th at 7pm in the Wellsboro High School Gymnasium. Price is $4.00; kids under 4 are FREE. The proceeds benefit the Casey L. Patrick Memorial Scholarship and the boys and girls basketball teams.

Gmeiner Exhibits are Open This Saturday and Sunday, March 17 & 18 and March 21-25

The impressive and thoughtful “Fifty-two: Small Paintings from the Edge of the Woods” exhibit by H. M. Levan in the Main Gallery and the fun, one-of-a-kind display of clay and marble sculptures by 13 Mansfield University students in the Atrium Gallery will close on Sunday, March 25 at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center at 134 Main Street in Wellsboro. Both will be open  from 11am to 5pm this Saturday and Sunday, March 17 and 18 and next Saturday and Sunday, March 24 and 25 and from 2 to 5pm. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 21, 22 and 23. For more information, email or call 570-439-9388.

Register for Free Art Class This Saturday, March 17

This Saturday, March 17 a landscape drawing class will be from 1 to 4pm at the Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center at 134 Main Street in Wellsboro. Kenneth Cobb of Mansfield, Gmeiner artist-in-residence, is the instructor. He is also hosting other free Saturday art classes from 1 to 4pm for adults and teens, ages 14 and older at the Gmeiner. All materials will be provided. Figure drawing classes will be on March 24 and 31; Learn how to paint using acrylics and color classes on April 7, 14 and 28; Learn to paint a still life in oils on May 12; and Learn to paint a landscape in oils outdoors on May 19 or, if the weather doesn’t cooperate, indoors using  photographs of landscapes as the subject. To register, email Cobb at at least 48 hours in advance of the class date.

Celebrate St. Patty’s Day This Saturday, March 17 with Dinner & Dancing

This Saturday, March 17, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Celtic music by 3D, Irish food and green beer. Dinner and drinks at menu prices will be at the Penn Wells Hotel from 5 to 7:15pm. At 7:15pm, the doors will open for the show, featuring 3D members David Milano on guitar, Daria Lin-Guelig on hammered dulcimer and concertina, and David Driskell on clarinet, flute and whistle. They will play traditional Irish whistle and concertina tunes, rollicking jigs and reels and several of 3D’s signature varietal mixes including rags, blues, and a waltz or two for romantically inclined couples. Dinner reservations are required; call 570-724-2111. Tickets for the 7:30pm show are $20; call 570-787-7800. Proceeds will benefit the Endless Mountain Music Festival, a not-for-profit 501c3 registered in Pennsylvania and New York.

Handgun and Rifle Shoot is This Sunday, March 18; Other Shoots are March 20, 22, 27 & 29

From 1 to 3pm this Sunday, March 18, the Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club is hosting a handgun and rifle shoot at its indoor range at 4646 Route 287, three miles south of Wellsboro. Shoots for handguns only will be at 6:30pm on Tuesdays, March 20 and 27 and for rifles only at 6:30pm on Thursdays, March 22 and 29. All shoots are restricted to handguns of any caliber provided the bullet is either lead or cast and to .22 caliber rifles. For handguns, each shooter will be given five targets for 10 rounds each, and for .22 caliber rifles, one target with 10 bull’s-eyes. The fee is $3 for members and $5 for non-members. For information, call Kyle Knowlton at 570-439-1809.

Painting with Words Workshop is Tuesday, March 20

Award-winning poet and author Judith Sornberger who taught creative writing at Mansfield University for 25 years will lead "Painting with Words: A Writing Workshop for Art Lovers." The workshop will be on Tuesday, March 20 from 10am to 3pm at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center at 134 Main Street in Wellsboro. There will be a lunch break during which participants can go our for lunch or bring a sack lunch and eat at the Gmeiner. During the workshop, participants will learn about and practice “ekphrastic writing” meaning writing inspired by works of art. Numerous examples will be provided and discussed. Attendees will experiment with writing poems and prose inspired by the 52 stunningly beautiful oil paintings created by H. M. Levan that are now on view at the Gmeiner. Participants will use writing prompts provided by Sornberger to imaginatively expand upon the images in the paintings that most resonate with them. The registration fee is $30. For more information and to register, email Judith at

Thursday Night Runs are March 22 & 29

The Tyoga Running Club is hosting free Thursday Night Runs for the public at 6pm on March 22 and 29. Meet at the Packer Park parking lot behind the Wellsboro Senior Center at 3 Queen Street in Wellsboro to go on a one-hour run no matter what the weather conditions. Wearing a headlamp is recommended. There are different pace groups with varying distances for runners of all ages and ability levels. For information, email or visit

Irish Comedian’s Show is Thursday, March 22

Spend a night of laughter with comedian George Casey, Ireland's King of Blarney in the Coolidge Theatre at 7:30pm on Thursday, March 22. His humor and stories are family friendly. For more than 30 years, Casey has been entertaining audiences all over the world with his self-deprecating sense of humor and clean jokes and stories. Tickets are $20 for the show only and $40 for a special package that includes dinner at Timeless Destination and the show. To reserve seats for the show, call 570-724-6220 or visit To reserve table at Timeless, call 570-724-8499.

Easter Egg Hunt on March 24

The Wellsboro Lions Club invites children of all ages to an egg hunt with prizes, hot dogs and drinks provided by the Lions. The egg Hunt will be at Woodland Park on Saturday, March 24 at Noon. Rain date will be Sunday, March 25 at 1:30pm. All are welcome to come and enjoy the family fun.

Spaghetti Dinner on March 24

HLW American Legion Post 235 Tioga, PA invites you to join us for a Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, March 24, 4pm – 6pm. The cost is $7 each, or under 12 years old $4. The dinner is to benefit Billy Mosher (garage fire in January); for more information, or to make a donation contact or 570-835-5803.

Cowanesque Valley and Kelly Band

American Legion Post 235 Tioga, PA will host a dance on March 24, 7pm – 10pm (kitchen opens at 4pm for a Spaghetti Dinner Benefit for Bill Mosher). All are welcome. All dances are $8 cover charge.

HG Women’s Project Free Read-Arounds will be on March 24, April 5 & 28

The Hamilton-Gibson Women's Project is holding free read-arounds for women ages 16 and older who are writing adaptations of classic scenes or originals of well-known stories. The read-arounds for writers, directors and actors will be on Saturday, March 24 from 9:30 to 11:30am; Thursday, April 5 from 6:30 to 8:30pm; and Saturday, April 28 from 9:30 to 11:30am, all in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. During the read-arounds the women will familiarize themselves with the script format, get a chance to read male roles and discuss how gender influences choices as an actor. They will also explore how the gender of actors and characters affects classic scenes and why directors and writers choose to change familiar stories to examine gender stereotypes and the type of characters women are frequently asked to play. The purpose of the read-arounds is to prepare participating writer-directors to submit proposals for an adaptation of an existing work and/or a new script by May 22 to be considered for the production with performances on Oct. 18, 19, 20 and 21. Women who want to write an adaptation or new script but not direct are responsible for finding someone willing to direct their work. Those who want to act are also encouraged to participate in the read-arounds. Lilace Guignard and Linda Iseri are co-producing “A Change of Scenery.” To learn more, call Hamilton-Gibson Productions at 570-724-2079 or email

Ickes & Hensley to Perform on Saturday, March 24

The Wellsboro Community Concert Association will present Grammy-nominated artists, dobro player Rob Ickes and acoustic/electric guitarist and singer Trey Hensley performing a mix of blues, traditional bluegrass and country, jazz and original songs at 7:30pm on Saturday, March 24 in the Coolidge Theatre. These two artists are at the top of their game. In 2015, the duo decided to join forces. Their first album, "Before the Sun Goes Down" was nominated for a Grammy award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2016. They released their second album "The Country Blues" in July 2016. They have toured the United States and the European continent multiple times as well as England, Ireland and Australia. Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for students and children. To reserve seats, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220. For more information visit

Reenactment of "The Last Supper" is Monday and Tuesday, March 26 & 27

Shepherdess Worship Ministries, assisted by members of Wellsboro churches, will present a live reenactment of "The Last Supper" based on Leonardo da Vinci's painting of the same name. The public is invited to attend this free community event. This display of Christ's love will take place in the Deane Center's window at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. Four 10-minute performances will be given between 7 and 8:30pm on Monday and Tuesday, March 26 and 27. Sidewalk viewers will hear a recording of scripture from the Gospel of John as actors portray Jesus and his 12 disciples at the Passover feast before His redemptive suffering and death by crucifixion. At a certain point in the dialogue, the actors will "freeze" into a pose that replicates da Vinci's famous painting. Chairs will be provided along the sidewalk where anyone can sit and watch. Free refreshments will be served in the Deane Center lobby after each performance. For more information, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220.

Acting Up is Tuesday, March 27

Acting Up, Hamilton-Gibson's stimulating, energizing, always thought-provoking, informal readers theatre program for adults 55 and older, will be from 2 to 3pm on Tuesday, March 27 at the H-G office at 29 Water Street in Wellsboro. The relaxed, informal atmosphere provides a low-key, low-pressure opportunity for participants to experiment with reading stories, plays, poems, essays and vintage radio scripts "with expression." Anyone interested is welcome to attend. For information, call Coordinators Larry and Barbara Biddison at 570-724-4586.

Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation Presentation – Rt. 15 Bypass Project

On March 29 starting at 6:30pm a presentation will be made on the CSVT Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation which is the bypass of Shamokin Dam and Lewisburg with a limited access highway. This project essentially bypasses SR15 with an interstate. When completed the new bypass will carry US 15 & PA 147 over varying stretches of its length and will involve constructing a new bridge over the West Branch of the Susquehanna River & include 12.4 miles of new roadway. This route will open up our area to easy Interstate access from Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and populous cities of the southeast. This could be vital to the local tourist industry. This presentation will be held at the Galeton Public Library and is sponsored by Galeton Rotary & The Friends of the Galeton Library.

Hickory Fest Early Bird Three-Day Pass Price is $60 Through March 31

Headlining Hickory Fest 2018 will be Donna the Buffalo, a nationally known band based in Trumansburg, New York. This band will be among 18 bands and soloists from across the country performing Aug. 17 through 19 on the outdoor stage at the 90-acre Stony Fork Creek Campground, near Wellsboro in the heart of Pennsylvania Grand Canyon country. Music on the outdoor stage will begin at 1:30pm on Friday, Aug. 17 and continue through 5:30pm on Sunday, Aug. 19, rain or shine. Food and craft vendors and the Hickory Fest merchandise booth selling Hickory Fest T-shirts and CDs by performing bands and soloists all three days. On Saturday will be the presentation of the third Sue Cunningham Music Scholarship and a performance by the winner, free music and songwriting workshops and the supervised Kids Zone with free crafts and games for youngsters. On Sunday, the Second Annual Sue Cunningham Youth Fiddle Contest will begin with the preliminary round at 10am for youth in the 5-9, 10-14 and 15-18 age divisions. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three winners in each age group. To fill out an application and for contest details, visit This fun-filled weekend of acoustic and roots music is being held to benefit the Sue Cunningham Memorial Music Scholarship at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, Florida and the American Cancer Society through the Relay For Life Of Tioga County. Cunningham, a world-class fiddler who played bluegrass around the world, passed away from cancer on Sept. 3, 2015. She was 57. With early bird pricing, a Hickory Fest pass for all three days is $60 now through March 31, will increase to $70 on April 1 and to $80 on June 1. Children 12 and under are admitted free. A weekend pass can be purchased online at Single day tickets will be available at a later date. Camping is not included in the admission price. For information, call Stony Fork Creek Campground at 570-724-3096 or email

Saturday Morning Birding Walks to Start April 7 

Saturday Morning Birding Walks at Hills Creek State Park, 111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro, will be on Saturdays April 7, 14, 21, and 28 and May 5, 12, 19 and 26. They are free and open to the public. The walks will begin promptly at 8am and last about two hours. Participants are asked to meet at the park office just prior to the start time to drive to the nearby starting point. Each Saturday, two Tiadaghton Audubon Society members will lead walks to highlight the many varieties of water and woodland birds that live in or migrate through the park. Among park residents are bald eagles and ospreys that frequent Hills Creek Lake. Participants with binoculars and cameras are encouraged to bring them and to wear subdued clothing and sturdy shoes. In case of bad weather, the group may opt for a driving tour with stops at several key points.. For more information, contact Sean Minnick at 570-948-9052 or

Register now for Special Olympics Spring Fling 5K

The Special Olympics Spring Fling 5K will be held April 7 at Packer Park in Wellsboro. Registration is 7:45am-8:45am with the race starting at 9:00am. Entry fee is $20 until March 31; $25 after March 31 and on race day. All proceeds benefit Tioga County Special Olympics. A printable registration form is in the attachments, or you can visit to register on-line.

NEPIRC Six Sigma Green Belt (Wellsboro)

Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: The Deane Center, 104 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA 16901, US

HG Seeks Two Summer Interns

The deadline to submit applications for a summer intern position with Hamilton-Gibson Productions has been extended to Wednesday, April 11. Open are two three-month summer intern positions that begin in mid-May and end in mid-August. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, already working for or planning to be involved in some aspect of the performing arts or with a non-for-profit group. To be an intern, an applicant must be able to pass the required Pennsylvania clearances to work with children. Stipends will be provided. Sponsor of the HG summer intern program is Eugene Seelye. To apply to be a summer intern, write to Hamilton-Gibson Productions at 29 Water Street, Wellsboro, PA 16901, call 570-724-2079 or email

Spring Into Style

The Fifth Season Requests the pleasure of your company at Spring Into Style Fashion Show, Cocktails & Luncheon on Saturday, April 14, Noon – 3pm. See fresh new style tips and trends. Gather your friends for a fabulous girls’ day! Seating is limited so call 570-724-6910 or stop in at 100 Main Street, Wellsboro to purchase your $25 ticket.

Live Performances at the Deane Center in April

Coming up in April at the Deane Center in Wellsboro will be four concerts and the first History Comes Alive show.

  • The Wellsboro Community Concert Association will present the April Verch Band at 7:30pm on Saturday, April 7 in the Deane Center Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. Verch is a Canadian fiddler, singer and step dancer. Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for students and children. To reserve seats, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220. For more information visit
  • Driftwood, a band based in Binghamton, N.Y. will perform Americana and folk-rock music at 7:30pm on Thursday, April 12 in the Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. Tickets are $20. Bring your favorite snacks and beverages. For tickets and to reserve a table at no extra charge, call 570-724-6220 or visit
  • Members of Burnt Toast are holding a one-time only reunion concert in memory of band member Tom Hoover at 7:30pm on Friday, April 20 in the Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. Joining founder Steve Belcher and original band members Danny Shipe, Fred Lantz and Craig Vance on stage will be guest artists Jeff Wisor and Chad Darou. Tickets are $20. Bring your favorite snacks and beverages. For tickets and to reserve a table at no extra charge, call 570-724-6220 or visit
  • Nick Cody and the Creek Road Band with special guest Jamie Lee will perform original rock and roll, blues and country songs as well as cover tunes at 7:30pm on Saturday, April 21 in the Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. Admission is $15 and free for youth 12 and under when accompanied by a paying adult. Bring your favorite snacks and beverages. For tickets and/or to reserve a table free of charge, call 570-724-6220 or visit
  • At 7pm on Thursday, April 26 in the Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro, William Agress will portray Professor Albert Einstein. Learn the truth about the world’s most famous genius. Hear about his family, pets, eccentricities and his famous theory of relativity. This is the first show in the History Comes Alive series. Tickets are $15. See all six shows for $75 and save $15. For tickets, call 570-724-6220 or visit

Blithe Spirit Performances are April 13, 14, 15, 20 & 21

Performances of Hamilton-Gibson’s production of “Blithe Spirit” by Noel Coward, a classic theatre comedy, are at 7:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, April 13 & 14 and 20 & 21 and at 2:30pm on Sunday, April 15 in the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. In the play, writer Charles Condomine and his wife Ruth live in the lovely countryside where they are friends with their neighbors Dr. and Mrs. Bradman. Charles loves Ruth but finds the memory of his first wife Elvira is never far away. While researching his next book, Charles and Ruth hold a little dinner party and invite Madame Arcati, the village medium. Craziness ensues. Director is Clare Marie Ritter of Blossburg. This play is co-sponsored by Wellsboro Electric and Citizens and Northern Bank. Admission is $12 per adult and $6 per youth, 18 and under. A FlexPass is $60. For tickets, call 570-724-2079, email or visit

Penn College 2018 Apprenticeship Summit

Join Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Penn College for an educational summit on the construct, execution, and benefits of apprenticeship programs on May 3 at Pennsylvania College of Technology Bush Campus Center, Penn’s Inn. Cost is $69/person (includes lunch). For details and registration information please see attached flier which can be viewed on under Member Announcements from the calendar drop down menu.

**The deadline date to submit a listing for the next Member-to-Member announcement is 3/26/18**

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Penn College - 2018 Apprenticeship Summit

TIOGA COUNTY Special Olympics 5K RACE

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