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  1. Yes, its right on our event calendar ...
  2. The Proclaimers - I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
  3. Take It Easy The Eagles
  4. While on vacation in New York, Rhoda meets Joe and decides not to return to Minneapolis.
  5. The Reitz Theater of Cultural Resources Inc. (CRI) is proud to announce its first ever STAR Arts Day Camp, to be held from June 24-28 from 9am to 1pm, with a special Arts Showcase on Saturday June 29th at 1pm. Students in grades 1 to 6 are eligible to attend the camp, which has a registration fee of $50 ($40 for additional siblings). Students will attend 4 different arts-themed classes each day, including visual arts, dance, theater and music. The camp is administered by Rachel Duke, assisted by Joe Sensor, Amanda Braunns and Tom Hibbert As stated by Joe Sensor, Board President of CRI, “We at CRI are very excited to offer enriching activities in the performing and visual arts to the children of the DuBois area. We hope that this camp is a part of our ever-expanding mission to serve and enrich cultural experiences for the residents of our region.” To register for the STAR camp, or for more information on the Reitz Theater and CRI, visit www.reitztheater.com. If you have any questions please feel free to email thereitztheater@gmail.com or call 375-4CRI (4274). Cultural Resources, Inc. at the Reitz Theater PO Box 958 36 E. Scribner Avenue DuBois, PA 15801 814-375-4274 www.reitztheater.com
  6. * All Community Calendar Events are copied here in the Event Forum. EVENT CALENDAR LINK: >> STAR Arts Day Camp 6/24 to 6/29 Event Title: STAR Arts Day Camp 6/24 to 6/29 Event Author Pompeii Calendar: Community Events Event Date: 06/15/2019 12:00 AM Event Location: The Reitz Theater of Cultural Resources Inc. (CRI) is proud to announce its first ever STAR Arts Day Camp, to be held from June 24-28 from 9am to 1pm, with a special Arts Showcase on Saturday June 29th at 1pm. Students in grades 1 to 6 are eligible to attend the camp, which has a registration fee of $50 ($40 for additional siblings). Students will attend 4 different arts-themed classes each day, including visual arts, dance, theater and music. The camp is administered by Rachel Duke, assisted by Joe Sensor, Amanda Braunns and Tom Hibbert As stated by Joe Sensor, Board President of CRI, “We at CRI are very excited to offer enriching activities in the performing and visual arts to the children of the DuBois area. We hope that this camp is a part of our ever-expanding mission to serve and enrich cultural experiences for the residents of our region.” To register for the STAR camp, or for more information on the Reitz Theater and CRI, visit www.reitztheater.com. If you have any questions please feel free to email thereitztheater@gmail.com or call 375-4CRI (4274). Cultural Resources, Inc. at the Reitz Theater PO Box 958 36 E. Scribner Avenue DuBois, PA 15801 814-375-4274 www.reitztheater.com
  7. The Making of Caddyshack
  8. Maxine Nightingale - Right Back Where We Started From
  9. Pompeii

    Parade Chairs

    I researched this a few years ago and found hundreds of town and cities that do this. It must be a parade thing...
  10. The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will be hosting a four-week program entitled A Matter of Balance. The program is approved by the Administration on Aging (AoA) and National Council on the Aging (NCOA). An award-winning program, A Matter of Balance (MOB) acknowledges the risk of falling but emphasizes practical coping strategies to reduce this fear. They include promoting a view of falls and fear of falling as controllable, setting realistic goals for increasing activity, changing the environment to reduce fall risk factors, and promoting exercise to increase strength and balance. The program is designed to benefit community-dwelling older adults who are concerned about falls, have sustained a fall in the past, restrict activities because of concerns about falling, are interested in improving flexibility, balance and strength, and are age 60 or older, ambulatory and able to problem-solve. Classes will be held at the Clearfield Center for Active Living, 116 South Second St in Clearfield, beginning on July 8, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. The classes run every Monday and Thursday for four weeks. Enrollment is required. Please call 765-2696, ext. 312 for more information. 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.
  11. * All Community Calendar Events are copied here in the Event Forum. EVENT CALENDAR LINK: >> CCAAA will be hosting program "A Matter of Balance" (starting 7/8/19) Event Title: CCAAA will be hosting program "A Matter of Balance" (starting 7/8/19) Event Author Pompeii Calendar: Community Events Event Date: 06/13/2019 12:00 AM Event Location: Clearfield Center for Active Living, clearfield, Pennsylvania The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will be hosting a four-week program entitled A Matter of Balance. The program is approved by the Administration on Aging (AoA) and National Council on the Aging (NCOA). An award-winning program, A Matter of Balance (MOB) acknowledges the risk of falling but emphasizes practical coping strategies to reduce this fear. They include promoting a view of falls and fear of falling as controllable, setting realistic goals for increasing activity, changing the environment to reduce fall risk factors, and promoting exercise to increase strength and balance. The program is designed to benefit community-dwelling older adults who are concerned about falls, have sustained a fall in the past, restrict activities because of concerns about falling, are interested in improving flexibility, balance and strength, and are age 60 or older, ambulatory and able to problem-solve. Classes will be held at the Clearfield Center for Active Living, 116 South Second St in Clearfield, beginning on July 8, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. The classes run every Monday and Thursday for four weeks. Enrollment is required. Please call 765-2696, ext. 312 for more information. 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.
  12. PennDOT Announces 2018 Statewide Highway Fatalities Harrisburg, PA - The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) today announced that in 2018, statewide traffic deaths increased to 1,190 from the record low of 1,137 in 2017. Last year was the third-lowest number of highway fatalities recorded and overall fatalities continue to trend downward. "Even one life lost is one too many, and Pennsylvania is committed to moving towards zero deaths," PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards said. "Our biggest priority continues to be safe travel regardless of the mode you use, and we continue to work with our partners to decrease fatalities through education and outreach." While the overall number of highway deaths increased last year, decreases were noted in single vehicle run-off-the-road crashes, crashes involving motorcyclists, and heavy truck crashes. Fatalities in single vehicle run-off-the-road crashes dropped from 506 in 2017 to 478 in 2018. Motorcyclist fatalities also decreased from 185 in 2017 to 164 last year. There were 136 fatalities in 2018 crashes involving heavy trucks compared to 155 in 2017. In addition to the year-to-year decline, longer-term trends also continue to decrease. For example, compared to 2014, there were five fewer total traffic deaths, 37 fewer deaths in crashes involving impaired drivers, and 56 fewer fatalities in single vehicle run-off-the-road crashes. The following crash types saw fatality increases in 2018: " Crashes involving drug- or alcohol-impaired drivers - 355 fatalities, up from 335 in 2017; " Crashes involving pedestrians - 201 fatalities, up from 150 in 2017; and " Crashes involving drivers aged 65-74 - 188 fatalities, up from 124 in 2017. According to national data, over 90 percent of crashes are caused by driver behavior. For this reason, PennDOT focuses on data trends to drive enforcement and education improvements and invests $18 million annually in federal grant funds statewide to support these behavioral safety programs. In addition to behavioral safety, PennDOT focuses on infrastructure improvements to roadways in an effort to further reduce fatalities and serious injuries. More than $470 million in Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program funds has been invested on 356 unique safety projects from 2014 to 2018. During that same timeframe, another $50 million of state funds was invested in low-cost safety improvements at approximately 3,000 locations. Examples of low-cost safety countermeasures include centerline and edge-line rumble strips and signing and pavement markings. For more information on reportable crash data, visit PennDOT's Pennsylvania Crash Information Tool (PCIT) website, www.crashinfo.penndot.gov or for additional information on the department's highway safety initiatives, visit PennDOT.gov/safety.
  13. Animal House - The Making Of
  14. Petticoat Junction - Season 1, Episode 01 (1963) - Spur Line to Shady Rest
  15. Patrick Swayze She's Like The Wind (1987)
  16. Means there are no subscription days so you can add them to any plan you have.
  17. I Dream of Jeannie > Season 1 > Episode 1
  18. Photo caption: (from left) Host brother, Zachary, host mom, Nicole, Fresh Air child, Ethan, Host dad, John Jr., and host brother, Ryan enjoy a day outdoors. This Father’s Day, The Fresh Air Fund recognizes the many remarkable men in the Big Valley area that take on the role of “Fresh Air dad” and open their hearts and homes to children from New York City’s low-income communities through The Fresh Air Fund’s Friendly Towns Program. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.8 million New York City children from low-income communities since 1877. Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from seven to 18 years old, who live in New York City. Children who are reinvited by host families may continue with The Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can enjoy extended trips. There is no such thing as a “typical” host family. The Fund looks for host families who are excited to share the simple joys of summer with a New York City child. Doug Fannon, Fresh Air host dad shared, “Not only is it a unique opportunity for a NYC child to have a week away from the city and out of their comfort zone. It’s also a really special opportunity for a host family. The kinds of conversations that go on…there is a learning experience for both sides…. we consider Benjamin part of our family.” To learn more about hosting a Fresh Air child this summer, please contact Morse Reese at 814-880-8149 or visit www.FreshAir.org.
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    Artist/Educator Cynthia Mazzant to present a Toast to American Pop Dance at the Centers for Active Living (CAL) Brought to you by Galaxy CIU#10 in partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on Arts and the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging. From the 1860s through the 1960s, Cynthia Mazzant will take participants on a fascinating trip through a century of dance. This free, multi-generational program is for anyone interested in dance and is a great opportunity for dance groups of all ages as well as spectators. Program dates and locations: " June 17 - Kylertown CAL: 814-345-6338 " June 18 - Mahaffey CAL: 814-277-4544 " June 24 - Clearfield CAL: 814-765-9319 " June 25 - Coalport CAL: 814-762-3574 Cynthia will be appearing from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM. CLASS SPACE IS LIMITED - PLEASE CALL YOUR LOCAL CAL FOR RESERVATIONS OR FOR MORE INFORMATION. The Pennsylvania Council on Arts (PCA) is charged with development and promotion of the arts in the Commonwealth. To accomplish its mission, the PCA encourages education excellence throughout the Commonwealth. They have partnered with the CCAAA Inc. and Galaxy to bring specialized artists to showcase their skills and talents at the Centers for Active Living (CAL). 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.
  20. * All Community Calendar Events are copied here in the Event Forum. EVENT CALENDAR LINK: >> Toast to American Pop Dance at the Centers for Active Living June 17, 18, 24 & 25 Event Title: Toast to American Pop Dance at the Centers for Active Living June 17, 18, 24 & 25 Event Author Pompeii Calendar: Community Events Event Date: 06/17/2019 10:00 AM to 06/17/2019 12:00 PM Event Location: Artist/Educator Cynthia Mazzant to present a Toast to American Pop Dance at the Centers for Active Living (CAL) Brought to you by Galaxy CIU#10 in partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on Arts and the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging. From the 1860s through the 1960s, Cynthia Mazzant will take participants on a fascinating trip through a century of dance. This free, multi-generational program is for anyone interested in dance and is a great opportunity for dance groups of all ages as well as spectators. Program dates and locations: " June 17 - Kylertown CAL: 814-345-6338 " June 18 - Mahaffey CAL: 814-277-4544 " June 24 - Clearfield CAL: 814-765-9319 " June 25 - Coalport CAL: 814-762-3574 Cynthia will be appearing from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM. CLASS SPACE IS LIMITED - PLEASE CALL YOUR LOCAL CAL FOR RESERVATIONS OR FOR MORE INFORMATION. The Pennsylvania Council on Arts (PCA) is charged with development and promotion of the arts in the Commonwealth. To accomplish its mission, the PCA encourages education excellence throughout the Commonwealth. They have partnered with the CCAAA Inc. and Galaxy to bring specialized artists to showcase their skills and talents at the Centers for Active Living (CAL). 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.
  21. * All Community Calendar Events are copied here in the Event Forum. EVENT CALENDAR LINK: >> Clearfield Presbyterian Church hosting Organ Recital 6/22 Event Title: Clearfield Presbyterian Church hosting Organ Recital 6/22 Event Author Pompeii Calendar: Entertainment Event Date: 06/22/2019 07:00 PM to 06/22/2019 08:30 PM Event Location: Clearfield Presbyterian Church, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Clearfield Presbyterian Church hosting Organ Recital June 22 The staff and volunteers at the Clearfield Presbyterian Church are excited to be hosting an organ recital on Saturday, June 22 at 7 p.m. in the church’s sanctuary. The 1967 Moller Pipe Organ will be played by up and coming organist, Alex Ashman. A native of Mount Union PA, Alexander Ashman currently holds the Director of Music position at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral in Harrisburg, PA. Upon receiving his Undergraduate Degree in Music Education at Messiah College in 2017, Alex entered the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University to study with Renée Anne Louprette, where he graduated in 2019 with a Master of Music Degree in Organ Performance. In addition to his graduate studies, Alex served as Director of Music at St. Saviour Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn, NY in conjunction with serving as the Assistant Director of Liturgical Music at Fordham University, Bronx, NY. Alex also was a rehearsal pianist with the American Repertory Ballet and the Princeton Ballet School, located in Princeton NJ. Alex’s musical endeavors have brought him to perform at notable venues such as St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, the Church of St. Agnus in Rome, Carnegie Hall in Manhattan, various churches in the NYC metro area, and the Forum in Harrisburg. In collaboration with famed composer Joseph Martin, Alex has performed at Mount Gretna for their Summer Tabernacle Concert Series. Private teachers include: Renée Anne Louprette, organ; Dr. Rebecca Cypess, harpsichord; Dr. Shawn Gingrich, organ; Dr. Patrice Ewoldt, piano; Linda Tedford, conducting; and Beverly Tilson, piano. Alex is a member of the American Guild of Organists, the Organ Historical Society, the American Choral Directors Association, and the National Association for Music Education. Alex first came to Clearfield in the spring of 2018 to serve as organist for the Clearfield Choral Society’s performance of Handel’s Messiah. He is eagerly waiting to return to Clearfield. The recital is free to attend, with a free will offering being collected. A light reception will follow in the church’s garden, weather permitting. The Clearfield Presbyterian Church is located at 119 N 2nd Street in Downtown Clearfield. For more information, call the church office at (814) 765-3081.
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    Clearfield Presbyterian Church hosting Organ Recital June 22 The staff and volunteers at the Clearfield Presbyterian Church are excited to be hosting an organ recital on Saturday, June 22 at 7 p.m. in the church’s sanctuary. The 1967 Moller Pipe Organ will be played by up and coming organist, Alex Ashman. A native of Mount Union PA, Alexander Ashman currently holds the Director of Music position at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral in Harrisburg, PA. Upon receiving his Undergraduate Degree in Music Education at Messiah College in 2017, Alex entered the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University to study with Renée Anne Louprette, where he graduated in 2019 with a Master of Music Degree in Organ Performance. In addition to his graduate studies, Alex served as Director of Music at St. Saviour Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn, NY in conjunction with serving as the Assistant Director of Liturgical Music at Fordham University, Bronx, NY. Alex also was a rehearsal pianist with the American Repertory Ballet and the Princeton Ballet School, located in Princeton NJ. Alex’s musical endeavors have brought him to perform at notable venues such as St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, the Church of St. Agnus in Rome, Carnegie Hall in Manhattan, various churches in the NYC metro area, and the Forum in Harrisburg. In collaboration with famed composer Joseph Martin, Alex has performed at Mount Gretna for their Summer Tabernacle Concert Series. Private teachers include: Renée Anne Louprette, organ; Dr. Rebecca Cypess, harpsichord; Dr. Shawn Gingrich, organ; Dr. Patrice Ewoldt, piano; Linda Tedford, conducting; and Beverly Tilson, piano. Alex is a member of the American Guild of Organists, the Organ Historical Society, the American Choral Directors Association, and the National Association for Music Education. Alex first came to Clearfield in the spring of 2018 to serve as organist for the Clearfield Choral Society’s performance of Handel’s Messiah. He is eagerly waiting to return to Clearfield. The recital is free to attend, with a free will offering being collected. A light reception will follow in the church’s garden, weather permitting. The Clearfield Presbyterian Church is located at 119 N 2nd Street in Downtown Clearfield. For more information, call the church office at (814) 765-3081.
  23. Happy Birthday dubois_15801! Have a GREAT DAY!!
  24. You can spend more money and get a one year subscription but its cheaper to get a low priced subscription and add minutes when you need them. I started off getting a 500 minute and 1000 texts and that was plenty enough to get me started. For the last 3 years I've added more time maybe 3 total times. I also have a house phone so that helps me save minutes when I'm home. Does you mom have wi-fi at home? On certain phones if you are on wifi it won't subtract minutes on calls. I text 10X more than I call. 1,000 tests should last her a while.
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