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  1. Brandy (You're A Fine Girl) by Looking Glass (introduced by Kenny Rogers)
  2. Clearfield Revitalization Corp (CRC) in Downtown Clearfield, PA would like your input. Your input will help us know how best to serve the community. What you know about and how you feel about Clearfield and particularly the Downtown Business section as a “sense of place” is the focus of the survey below. Your answers will help the board of directors in determining the planning for coming years. The act of revitalization is just that -- working to bring a “sense of place” and “connectedness to the community”. Ideally, the Clearfield Revitalization Corp’s (CRC) is making its plans and desires to meet the needs of the community in a strategic way. Of course your positive responses would affirm our past actions, but we need to know as well where that “sense of place and community” is still lacking or where in your opinion is absent. Click this link to find the survey: https://reporting.padowntown.org/forms/current-perceptions-of-downtown-clearfield Survey takers that finish and provide contact information will be randomly drawn for a downtown gift card ($30 value). Thank you for your input!
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  4. CLEARFIELD COUNTY AREA AGENCY ON AGING, INC. RECEIVES $5000 FROM MEALS ON WHEELS AMERICA AND PETSMART CHARITIES® TO SUPPORT CLIENTS AND THEIR PETS Funding Will Assist Efforts to Keep Clearfield County Seniors and Their Pets Together Amid the Pandemic and Beyond August 10, 2020 – The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. is proud to announce that it has received a $5000 Meals on Wheels Loves Pets grant through Meals on Wheels America, for its pet support program, “Fur Babies Program”. Funding will be used to provide food, supplies and improved access to care for the pets of Meals on Wheels clients, which can often be a financial and physical challenge for older adults to manage on their own. Also, part of the funding will be used to develop informational brochures on responsible pet ownership and what to know if considering the placement of a pet. This grant compliments and expands the Agency’s recent Animatronic Pet Program, which was implemented to combat loneliness and social isolation for Clearfield County older adults. Through that piece of the Pet Program, 51 animatronic cats and dogs have been paired with older adults facing social isolation, loneliness, depression and dementia. Feedback regarding this outreach has been very positive with one recipient stating “She (an animatronic dog) is a great companion to me. I can talk to her and she will blink her eyes and bark back at me like she really is listening to me. I love her to pieces!” This recipient also stated that other tenants in her building stop by frequently to see the dog as it cheers them up as well. Funding for this current grant was made possible through a partnership with PetSmart Charities, part of Meals on Wheels America’s strategic effort to combat social isolation and loneliness among seniors across the country. This year, PetSmart Charities’ support allowed Meals on Wheels America to grant $354,500 to 98 Meals on Wheels programs through the Meals on Wheels Loves Pets initiative, which ensures that homebound seniors and their animal companions can live happy, healthy lives together. “The companionship a pet offers enhances the physical and mental health and well-being of homebound seniors, which is particularly valuable as so many older adults are feeling even more lonely and isolated amid the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Meals on Wheels America President and CEO Ellie Hollander. “We’re grateful for PetSmart Charities’ ongoing support, which has allowed us to invest Meals on Wheels Loves Pets grants in more local Meals on Wheels programs than ever before. This support will enable CCAAA to provide pet supplies and care to local seniors, making it more feasible for seniors to remain safe and healthy at home with their beloved companions during this public health emergency and beyond.” Anyone interested in learning more about the CCAAA Pet Program is encouraged to contact the Agency at 814-765-2696. ABOUT MEALS ON WHEELS AMERICA Meals on Wheels America is the leadership organization supporting the more than 5,000 community-based programs across the country that are dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger. This network serves virtually every community in America and, along with more than two million staff and volunteers, delivers the nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks that enable America’s seniors to live nourished lives with independence and dignity. By providing funding, leadership, education, research and advocacy support, Meals on Wheels America empowers its local member programs to strengthen their communities, one senior at a time. For more information, or to find a Meals on Wheels provider near you, visit www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org. ABOUT PETSMART CHARITIES® PetSmart Charities, Inc. is committed to finding lifelong, loving homes for all pets by supporting programs and thought leadership that bring people and pets together. Through its in-store adoption program in all PetSmart® stores across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, PetSmart Charities helps to find forever homes and families for more than 600,000 shelter pets each year. Each year, millions of generous PetSmart shoppers help pets in need by donating to PetSmart Charities using the PIN pads at checkout registers inside PetSmart stores. In turn, PetSmart Charities efficiently uses more than 90 cents of every dollar donated to fulfill its role as the leading funder of animal welfare in North America, granting almost $430 million since its inception in 1994. Independent from PetSmart Inc., PetSmart Charities is a 501(c)(3) organization that has received the Four-Star Rating from Charity Navigator, a third-party organization that reports on the effectiveness, accountability and transparency of nonprofits, for the past 17 years in a row – placing it among the top one percent of charities rated by this organization. To learn more visit www.petsmartcharities.org. Follow PetSmart Charities on Instagram: @PetSmartCharities  Follow PetSmart Charities on Twitter: @PetSmartChariTs  Find PetSmart Charities on Facebook: Facebook.com/PetSmartCharities  See PetSmart Charities on YouTube: YouTube.com/PetSmartCharitiesInc ###
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    DuBois Diner 150 W Dubois Ave DuBois, Pennsylvania Call (814) 371-3463 Dine or Take Out Monday Sloppy Joe & Fries $8. Tuesday Liver & Onions with 2 sides $9. Wednesday Burger Fries & Float $8. Thursday Spaghetti & Meatballs with side salad $8. Friday Taco Salad $9. Saturday & Sunday 16 Slice Flatbread Pizza with 24 wings Dine In $18 | Take Out $20 Also Saturday & Sunday Bucket of 24 Wings $13 Dine In | $ 15 Take Out. Dine In Only Special from 4 till close Monday Steak, Chicken, Chef or Taco Salad $10. Tuesday 8oz Burger & Fries $8. Wednesday NY Strip Dinner with 2 sides $10. Thursday Dozen Wings $6 Limit 2 Dozen. Friday 2 Haddock Dinners with 2 sides each $20. Saturday Turkey Diner with Stuffing & 2 sides $9. Sunday NY Strip & Fried Shrimp Dinner with 2 sides $12.
  6. Margie A. Good, age 81 of DuBois, PA died Sunday, August 9, 2020 at her home. Born on August 28, 1938 in Punxsutawney, PA, she was the daughter of the late Joseph & Theresa (Palmer) Gresock. On May 10, 1958 she married her husband of 62 years, Jack Good. He survives. Margie was a member of St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church. She was a homemaker who enjoyed spending time with her family, going to yard sales, oil painting and dancing. She also is survived by her sons; Vincent, Joseph (Dawneen) , Hank (Wendy), and Jason (Lois) Good, daughters; Torrey Myers (Craig), Jolene Potash and Tonya Lyons (Scott), 1 brother (Jimmy Gresock), grandchildren: (Breanna, Zack, Larina, Katrina, Gage, Brody, Levi, Andrew, Charley, Jackie and Dustin), great grandchildren; (Gaven, Aaliyah, Nathan, Bennett and Zachary). She was preceded in death by her son (Randy Good) and 2 granddaughters; (Kristi Fairman and Lexi Lee Lyons), 1 sister (Cecelia Drost) and 1 brother (Joseph Gresock). There will be no public visitation. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 10 AM from St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church with Msgr. Charles Kaza as celebrant. Burial will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery. The family suggests that mass cards to a church of the donor’s choice would be greatly appreciated. The Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences can be sent to http://www.baronickfuneralhome.com
  7. A celebration of life for Susan R. Guzzo, who died unexpectedly on Wednesday, August 5,2020 will be held on Saturday, August 15, 2020 from Noon to 6 p.m. at the Union Township Park in Rockton, PA. The Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc is in charge of arrangements.
  8. C. William “Bill” Adams, Sr.age 80 of DuBois, PA died Sunday, August 9, 2020 at his daughter’s home in Treasure Lake. Born on August 25, 1939 in Youngstown, PA, he was the son of the late Carl & Lillian (Morris) Adams. On October 4, 1958 he married his wife of 61 years, Elizabeth “Betty” (Hauser) Adams. She survives. Bill retired as the superintendent of both the Gold & Silver Golf Courses at Treasure Lake after 35 years of service. Previous to that, he was the foreman of the Latrobe Country Club Golf Course under the guidance of Deacon Palmer, the father of Arnold Palmer. He was a member of St. Bernard Roman Catholic Church and the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie # 965 in Falls Creek, PA. Bill loved to golf and work in his yard. He is survived by his 4 children; (Cynthia Knouse & her husband Pat of DuBois, PA, LeeAnn Pompeii & her husband Michael of Fredericksburg, VA, Charles W. “Bill” Adams, Jr. of Reynoldsville, PA and Douglas A. Adams & his wife Joelle of DuBois, PA), 1 brother;( Merle Adams & his wife Jackie of Latrobe, PA), 10 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by 1 sister (Patricia Bridge) and an infant brother. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 from 4 PM – 7 PM at the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS WILL BE FOLLOWED. A public memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 10 AM from St. Bernard Roman Catholic Church with Father Edward Walk and Father Matias Quinmo as con-celebrants. Burial will be in St. Catherine Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Gateway Humane Society, 1211 Airport Road, Falls Creek, PA 15840. Online condolences can be sent to http://www.baronickfuneralhome.com
  9. 25th Annual Anne S Thacik Auction Website has launched Ending date: Thursday – October 15, 2020 COVID-19 isn’t keeping us down and it’s not going to stop everyone’s favorite fundraiser of the year! This year’s Auction will be held virtually and You can view the auction items online now!!! We have two different ways to access the Auction: Auction website: www.AUCTION1020.givesmart.com Or to Register: Text AUCTION1020 to 76278 You will receive several text messages asking you questions to register, we walk you right through the process. Then you will receive a link to our site. We will also supply a link to the site through our Facebook page. Come join in the fun of games and shopping from the comfort of your own home! We have the following available now to purchase: Treasure Chest, 50/50 Chance, Charity Bingo, Cash Raffle, and the Red & Blue Card Games. On October 5th the Silent Auction will open and you will have 10 days prior to the Auction to start your bidding. Once you reach the landing page, you can view our sponsors, learn about Anne S. Thacik, make a donation, and, of course, view the items we have to offer. If you have not already registered, there will be a button there to register as well. Registration is FREE but all participants must register to participate! The night of the auction, Thursday – October 15, 2020, we will go live on Facebook from 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM. We will draw the winners of our Red & Blue Card game, and “Cash Raffle” before we end the live feed. For all the other games, we will let them open for sale the rest of the evening, and then notify the winners individually, plus post a list of winners of Facebook on October 16th. If you have any questions, please email rvaughn@ccaaa.net, and type Auction in the subject line. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, we will open some “Spotlight” items up early and post a link directly to them on our Facebook Event page. For an overview of how to use this new platform, you can view a video on YouTube, just search for Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging to find us.
  10. New Radicals - You Get What You Give (Official Video)
  11. Not even COVID-19 could stop the annual youth mission trip from Christ Lutheran Church, Sunflower Dr., DuBois. It merely redirected it to a more familiar location, promoting the idea that service can also be practiced locally. For the past six years Rev. Amy Godshall-Miller, co-pastor of Christ Lutheran with her husband, Rev. John Miller, led a youth mission trip to a variety of locations ranging from New York City to Virginia's Eastern Shore to rural Vermont. The 2020 mission trip was intended to visit Louisville, Ky. Then came COVID-19 and YouthWorks, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the organizer of the Christ-centered mission trips cancelled all 2020 trips. But all was not lost. "A combination of the outside of our church needing attention and wanting to do something here led to a stay-at-home mission," said Pastor Amy. Operating with the theme "We love because God first loved us" (I John 4:19), 18 youth and 21 adults gathered for a three-day at-home youth mission trip. The youth participants were: Kamryn Fontaine, Avery Fontaine, Addy Witherite, Emalee Horner, Carson Dombroski, Carter Wilson, Ella Wilson, Madee Finalle, Gabby Horner, Madison Rusnica, Cole Philips, Lauren Hoover, Max Dombroski, Devon London, Derek London, Amber Eberly, Kara Hanslovan and Molly Hanslovan During three days at their home congregation much was accomplished: staining of the cross and lettering on the front of the church; removal of bushes; replacing stones around the building; power washing the entire church including the steeple; window washing; unwrapping new chairs and an equal number of old ones given away; expanding the butterfly gardens; removing lower limbs on all fir trees; constructing bluebird boxes and installing a bluebird path; painting and installing a new mailbox; cleaning up the area behind the education building; painting the cement wall at the end of the education wing along with two outside doors; staining the cross on the education wing; weeding box gardens and all sidewalks; and repainting the yellow safety line around the flag poles. "All of the supplies to do the work and the food were donated," said Pastor Amy about congregational and community support for the mission. Monetary donations were used to purchase food to provide three meals a day. All of the work, along with meals, were held outdoors, meeting COVID-19 social distancing requirements. Most of the youth and four of the adults spent the two overnights in tents on the church property. Devotions preceded each day of service and closed the activities in the evening. Work did not fill all of the day. Games were played at the end of the work day and the mission included a trip to Parker Dam for dinner, swimming, volleyball, and hiking. "Watching our youth work side by side with adults toward a goal was very inspiring," said Pastor Amy. "Some great relationships were built. I couldn't ask for anything more. The mission created many ways and opportunities to serve.” Front row from left: Kamryn Fontaine, Avery Fontaine, Addy Witherite and Emalee Horner. Second row from left: Carson Dombroski, Carter Wilson, Ella Wilson, Madee Finalle, Gabby Horner, Madison Rusnica and Cole Philips. Back from left: Lauren Hoover, Max Dombroski, Devon London, Derek London and Amber Eberly. Missing from the picture are Kara and Molly Hanslovan
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  14. Clearfield Area Agency on Aging, Inc. Rolls Out New Quarterly Newsletter in September The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. has partnered with Vision Creative Solutions in Punxsutawney, PA to develop and re-brand the Agency’s newsletter, Lifespan. This publication, which was previously printed on a bi-monthly basis, will now be published and distributed on a quarterly basis. “We are really excited to partner with Vision Creative Solutions. Josh Greenblatt and his team have been outstanding to work with and have turned our newsletter into an amazing marketing publication which can serve as a resource, not just for older adults, but for the community as a whole,” says CCAAA Director of Mission Advancement, Bobbie Johnson. The Fall Edition of Lifespan will hit Clearfield County in early September 2020, with subsequent issues being released in December, March, and June. An electronic version will still be available to those who have previously requested it. Anyone wishing to receive an electronic version of Lifespan is encouraged to send a request to rvaughn@ccaaa.net. Programs and services of the Agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., Mature Resources Foundation and local and consumer contributions. Left to right -- Josh Greenblatt, CEO of Vision Creative Solutions presents Bobbie Johnson, CCAAA Director of Mission Advancement/PR with a Commemorative First Edition Lifespan to celebrate the newsletter milestone.
  15. Susan R. Guzzo, age 60, of Rockton, PA died unexpectedly, Wednesday, August 5, 2020 in Union Township. Born on November 13, 1959 in Punxsutawney, PA, she was the daughter of the late Ira Eugene and Ruth (Dallenbach) Fillhart. Her mother survives and lives in Punxsutawney. She was married to David “Scott” Guzzo. He preceded her in death on August 12, 2007. Susan had just retired from Acosta Sales and Marketing after many years of service. She served on the Union Township Park Committee for many years and was a member of the Roseville Independent Chapel where she was active in church affairs. Susan loved baking, quilting, traveling and going to different places to eat. She was known as a “foodie”. Above all, she loved to spend time with her family and friends. She was a kind, loving person who had the ability to light up any room. Once you met Susan, you had a friend for life. She is survived by her children; (Joshua J. Muth & his wife Sarah of Wheeling, WV, Michael P. Muth of Rockton, PA, Sherri S. Muth and her fiancé Ryan Slack of Sunset Beach, NC) and her companion Blaine Buchheit of Punxsutawney, PA), 2 brothers; (Pastor James Fillhart & his wife Sue of Punxsutawney, PA and Gary Fillhart & his wife Elaine of Stump Creek, PA), 2 grandchildren;(Zachary & Maxwell Muth) and several nieces and nephews. As per Susan’s wishes there will be no public visitation and a celebration of her life will be held from the Union Township Park and will be announced in the near future. Burial will be in Rockton Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Roseville Independent Chapel Phase 2 Building Fund, 3598 US Route 322, Brookville, PA 15825. The Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences can be sent to http://www.baronickfuneralhome.com
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