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  1. John Waite - Change
  2. I'll do the Bon reboot at 12:15. Be ready, you'll need to get close to your monitor with mask on and it will look something like this ....
  3. Rebooting Server tonight at Midnight so the forum will be unavailable for about 15 minutes.
  4. North Central PA LaunchBox survey aims to help businesses recover from COVID-19 crisis DuBOIS – Results are in from a survey distributed by the North Central PA LaunchBox intended to explore the needs of regional businesses as they endure the COVID-19 crisis, with an eye on reopening when possible. Serving the counties of Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Elk, Jefferson, Potter and McKean, the LaunchBox developed this short, online business recovery survey to fully understand not only the initial ramifications of COVID-19 towards businesses, but also ongoing issues that may impact those businesses once they begin to reopen. This project has been in cooperation with several counties in the region including Cameron, Clearfield, and Jefferson, along with municipalities and regional resource partners. The intention was to dig deeply into what needs local business and industry might have moving forward, so that the LaunchBox and other industry partners could help to connect business owners and community leaders with resources necessary to thrive coming out of the quarantine. “The concept behind this project is to be able to examine the effects of COVID-19 on businesses from municipal, county, and regional levels. This will help local and county officials gain access to data that they can directly pass along in conversations with state and federal legislators to further help assist businesses through all stages of this pandemic,” said North Central PA LaunchBox Director Brad Lashinsky. “Another benefit of this survey is being able to examine the effects of this pandemic on a regional level and to utilize the skills and assets associated with all the business resource partners in the region. It provides public officials and resource partners with an overview of the impacts to businesses throughout the region due to Covid-19. This will hopefully allow partners to best utilize their skill sets and resources to support those businesses being impacted. Lashinsky indicated that the raw data from the survey is going to be directly used in a new COVID-19 Rapid Response Recovery Program developed by the North West Industrial Resource Center, SEWN (Strategic Early Warning Network) and the Clarion University Small Business Development Center, in conjunction with other resource partners. They will take each individual survey collected, examine the needs, and call the company to further discuss developing a recovery plan for them to get through and past the pandemic successfully. The survey collected 288 individual responses. “COVID-19 has spread through our area and we are not sure of the final impact that it has created,” said Jefferson County Commissioner Herbert L. Bullers Jr. “Businesses throughout the surrounding areas began to consider laying off, putting themselves and employees in hardship. Thanks to the LaunchBox, a conversation began between business owners and local officials. This survey revealed the real effects and impacts that this brought to the area. The information that was accumulated, plus the conversation between those effected, will help the area return as quickly as possible to some sense of normalcy.” Clearfield County Commissioner John Sobel added, “The results are helpful in the sense that more information is better in reopening business in the County and the region. The same will be a complicated process and we need to do it right. I do want to thank Mr. Lashinsky for his efforts, as well as the DuBois campus of Penn State. I am hopeful that our local businesses will weather the effects of this most unfortunate event in human history.” Sobel continued, “The information does help us as local leaders work with the challenge of local businesses obtaining enough funding until they are able to get back on their business feet again. The survey results showed that most businesses felt that they might very well need further assistance because of the losses they’ve suffered. We now know to focus on trying to help them obtain a further influx of cash if necessary.” Lashinsky explained that as a result of the North Central Region Survey, the LaunchBox has been asked to conduct a survey for the North West Region, which includes eight counties. All told, the impact of the surveys will cover about a quarter of the Commonwealth. For more information, contact the North Central PA LaunchBox at 814-372-3020 or ncpalaunchbox@psu.edu Visit this link for additional business resources offered by the North Central PA LaunchBox and regional partners.
  5. Saving time is VERY important to find the stuff you are interested in reading.. 90% of the time you can tell if its local, regional or state by reading the TITLE. If I started a new local/ regional forum, I'll be the one moving the topics to the correct forum. I move many, including yours, to the correct forum. The less .... the better. How do you check the Forum board? The best way is to use the "ALL ACTIVITY" STREAM where you see everything all on one thread from all of the forums & topics & posts. If you use the the "EXPANDED" viewing, you can read a little part of the description, to see if it's worth reading the full post .... If you choose the condensed version with Titles only, its shorter and quicker reading. http://www.godubois.com/index.php?/discover/ Also you can look at other DEFAULT streams or create you own stream
  6. * All Community Calendar Events are copied here in the Event Forum. EVENT CALENDAR LINK: >> PALs Meeting in Clearfield > 6/1/20 > 5:45 PM Event Title: PALs Meeting in Clearfield > 6/1/20 > 5:45 PM Event Author Pompeii Calendar: Community Events Event Date: 06/01/2020 05:45 PM to 06/01/2020 07:15 PM Event Location: Hyde Wesleyan Church, clearfield, Pennsylvania PARENTS OF ADDICTED LOVED ONES SUPPORT GROUP RESUMES LIVE MEETINGS CLEARFIELD – Parents of adult addicted children are heavily impacted by the actions of their loved ones, as they struggle with hopelessness, depression, shame, anger and fear for their young adult’s future. The situation typically drains their resources – financially, emotionally and even health-wise. Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) is a non-profit with a group in Clearfield that comes alongside families to help. It provides education, peer support and hope at no charge. Using a structured curriculum at weekly PAL meetings, parents learn how to deal with issues ranging from enabling to guilt, providing education, encouragement and hope. They also have an opportunity to network with other parents struggling with the same issues for support and fellowship. The meeting lessons are designed to develop coping skills for family members so they can change their relationship with the addicted person, heal, and move forward with their own lives. The Clearfield Area group had been meeting in person at Hyde Wesleyan Church, 1215 Riverview Road, Clearfield prior to implementation of COVID-19 precautions. However, during social distancing requirements, the group was held virtually via ZOOM meetings to keep everyone connected as best as possible. “COVID-19 and the necessary precautionary measures have taken a toll on the recovery community, whether you are someone who suffers from Substance Use Disorder, or are a family member in recovery,” says Bobbie Johnson, the group’s local facilitator. “I’ve heard it said that the opposite of addiction is not sobriety, but connection. Our family members impacted by a loved one’s addiction need that connection, too, as part of their own recovery journey.” With Clearfield County transitioning to the Green Phase on May 29th, the Clearfield PALs group will begin meeting in person again on Monday, June 1st, at Hyde Wesleyan Church, Clearfield, from 5:45 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. Following CDC guidelines, the group asks that anyone not feeling well abstain from attending the live meeting, especially if he/she has a fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Chairs will be distanced six (6) feet apart and anyone wishing to wear a mask is welcome to, although it is not required. Other standard precautions such as handwashing will be in effect. Because Ms. Johnson realizes there are those who may not yet feel comfortable attending in person, she states that the online meetings will continue as well for those who wish to attend virtually. Anyone with questions or concerns is welcome to contact Ms. Johnson at 814-290-8476 or visit the group’s Facebook page at Clearfield PALs. There are currently more than 150 PAL weekly groups across the country in 36 states using the evidence-based program. Thousands have been helped by PAL. Often, as parents learn to deal with their challenges in a healthy way, their children also begin dealing with their addiction in a healthier manner. Learn more at www.palgroup.org or by calling 480-300-4712.
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    PARENTS OF ADDICTED LOVED ONES SUPPORT GROUP RESUMES LIVE MEETINGS CLEARFIELD – Parents of adult addicted children are heavily impacted by the actions of their loved ones, as they struggle with hopelessness, depression, shame, anger and fear for their young adult’s future. The situation typically drains their resources – financially, emotionally and even health-wise. Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) is a non-profit with a group in Clearfield that comes alongside families to help. It provides education, peer support and hope at no charge. Using a structured curriculum at weekly PAL meetings, parents learn how to deal with issues ranging from enabling to guilt, providing education, encouragement and hope. They also have an opportunity to network with other parents struggling with the same issues for support and fellowship. The meeting lessons are designed to develop coping skills for family members so they can change their relationship with the addicted person, heal, and move forward with their own lives. The Clearfield Area group had been meeting in person at Hyde Wesleyan Church, 1215 Riverview Road, Clearfield prior to implementation of COVID-19 precautions. However, during social distancing requirements, the group was held virtually via ZOOM meetings to keep everyone connected as best as possible. “COVID-19 and the necessary precautionary measures have taken a toll on the recovery community, whether you are someone who suffers from Substance Use Disorder, or are a family member in recovery,” says Bobbie Johnson, the group’s local facilitator. “I’ve heard it said that the opposite of addiction is not sobriety, but connection. Our family members impacted by a loved one’s addiction need that connection, too, as part of their own recovery journey.” With Clearfield County transitioning to the Green Phase on May 29th, the Clearfield PALs group will begin meeting in person again on Monday, June 1st, at Hyde Wesleyan Church, Clearfield, from 5:45 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. Following CDC guidelines, the group asks that anyone not feeling well abstain from attending the live meeting, especially if he/she has a fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Chairs will be distanced six (6) feet apart and anyone wishing to wear a mask is welcome to, although it is not required. Other standard precautions such as handwashing will be in effect. Because Ms. Johnson realizes there are those who may not yet feel comfortable attending in person, she states that the online meetings will continue as well for those who wish to attend virtually. Anyone with questions or concerns is welcome to contact Ms. Johnson at 814-290-8476 or visit the group’s Facebook page at Clearfield PALs. There are currently more than 150 PAL weekly groups across the country in 36 states using the evidence-based program. Thousands have been helped by PAL. Often, as parents learn to deal with their challenges in a healthy way, their children also begin dealing with their addiction in a healthier manner. Learn more at www.palgroup.org or by calling 480-300-4712.
  8. PARENTS OF ADDICTED LOVED ONES SUPPORT GROUP RESUMES LIVE MEETINGS CLEARFIELD – Parents of adult addicted children are heavily impacted by the actions of their loved ones, as they struggle with hopelessness, depression, shame, anger and fear for their young adult’s future. The situation typically drains their resources – financially, emotionally and even health-wise. Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) is a non-profit with a group in Clearfield that comes alongside families to help. It provides education, peer support and hope at no charge. Using a structured curriculum at weekly PAL meetings, parents learn how to deal with issues ranging from enabling to guilt, providing education, encouragement and hope. They also have an opportunity to network with other parents struggling with the same issues for support and fellowship. The meeting lessons are designed to develop coping skills for family members so they can change their relationship with the addicted person, heal, and move forward with their own lives. The Clearfield Area group had been meeting in person at Hyde Wesleyan Church, 1215 Riverview Road, Clearfield prior to implementation of COVID-19 precautions. However, during social distancing requirements, the group was held virtually via ZOOM meetings to keep everyone connected as best as possible. “COVID-19 and the necessary precautionary measures have taken a toll on the recovery community, whether you are someone who suffers from Substance Use Disorder, or are a family member in recovery,” says Bobbie Johnson, the group’s local facilitator. “I’ve heard it said that the opposite of addiction is not sobriety, but connection. Our family members impacted by a loved one’s addiction need that connection, too, as part of their own recovery journey.” With Clearfield County transitioning to the Green Phase on May 29th, the Clearfield PALs group will begin meeting in person again on Monday, June 1st, at Hyde Wesleyan Church, Clearfield, from 5:45 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. Following CDC guidelines, the group asks that anyone not feeling well abstain from attending the live meeting, especially if he/she has a fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Chairs will be distanced six (6) feet apart and anyone wishing to wear a mask is welcome to, although it is not required. Other standard precautions such as handwashing will be in effect. Because Ms. Johnson realizes there are those who may not yet feel comfortable attending in person, she states that the online meetings will continue as well for those who wish to attend virtually. Anyone with questions or concerns is welcome to contact Ms. Johnson at 814-290-8476 or visit the group’s Facebook page at Clearfield PALs. There are currently more than 150 PAL weekly groups across the country in 36 states using the evidence-based program. Thousands have been helped by PAL. Often, as parents learn to deal with their challenges in a healthy way, their children also begin dealing with their addiction in a healthier manner. Learn more at www.palgroup.org or by calling 480-300-4712.
  9. Our Dining Room is Reopening on Friday! DuBois: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday we will open our dining room for RESERVATIONS ONLY! We will take reservations for seatings at Noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, and 8pm. Call soon to secure your reservations! Starting Monday, our dining room will be open at 50% capacity, no reservations required. Saint Marys and Clearfield: Starting Friday, our dining room will be open at 50% capacity We are under occupancy restrictions and utilizing CDC guidelines to keep our staff and customers safe. Please be patient with us as we ease back into opening our dining rooms. Remember we are still available for Delivery and Curbside Pick-Up! Visit Buck's Pizza - DuBois Visit Buck's Pizza - Clearfield Visit Buck's Pizza - St. Marys Buck's Pizza DuBois 814-371-4500 DuBois Menu: http://buckspizza.com/dubois-pa/menu/ Order Now secure.microworks.com/Bucks/Items/Index/1143/ Buck's Pizza DuBois 814-371-4500 53 Industrial Drive DuBois, PA 15801 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu & Sun 11am to 9pm Friday & Saturday 11am to 10pm Buck's Pizza Clearfield 814-765-7767 buckspizza.com/clearfield-pa/ Clearfield's Menu: buckspizza.com/clearfield-pa/menu/ Buck's Pizza St. Mary's 814-834-1886 buckspizza.com/st-marys-pa/ St. Mary's Menu: buckspizza.com/st-marys-pa/menu/
  10. Elvera Grace Cataldi, age 88, of Drs Lane, Penfield, PA passed away unexpectedly on Monday, May 25, 2020 at her home. Born on December 23, 1931, in Cardiff, PA, she was the daughter of the late Enrico Luigi and Rose Josephine (Armanini) Segalla. She was a graduate of Bennett’s Valley High School Class of 1949. On July 8, 1950 she married her husband of 69 years, Dr. Francis C. Cataldi. He preceded her in death on October 14, 2019, and she has been lost without him. Elvera graduated from The Approved University of Beauty Culture in Indianapolis, IN, and was a self-employed beautician in the Valley for 50 years. She loved her customers, many of whom became like family. She had a green thumb, loved her flowers and could grow anything. She was hard-working and took great pride in a well-kept home. Elvera was known as “Vera” to family and friends and she could be counted on to cause or share a good laugh. Her daughters will miss her dearly, and her words of wisdom "in Italian" and attention to detail are with them constantly. She loved spending time with her family. Elvera is survived by her 3 daughters; Renee, Denise and Lisa, 1 brother Angelo (Joann) Segalla and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by 2 sisters; Marie (Francis) Lombardo & Inez (Carl) Salter and 1 brother Frank (Margaret) Segalla. Elvera was a loving Mother, devoted wife and good friend to many. There will be no public visitation and private services will be held at the convenience of the family. The Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc is in charge of arrangements. Memorial donations may be made in her name to Bennett’s Valley Ambulance, 12479 Bennett’s Valley Highway, Penfield, PA 15849. Online condolences can be made to www.baronickfuneralhome.com
  11. Missing You - John Waite - 10/31/18
  12. Republican State Senate Candidate Herm Suplizio is inviting his two rivals to join him in a debate on Thursday in Reynoldsville. > 5/28/20 6pm Suplizio says he would enjoy another opportunity to share a stage with Rep. Cris Dush of Brookville and Dr. Jim Brown of Brockway. The three men are vying for the GOP nomination for the 25th District state Senate seat held by Senate President Joe Scarnati of Brockway who is retiring. The three have engaged in forums in St. Marys, Eldred and Clinton County. Suplizio wants to give voters in Jefferson and Clearfield counties a chance to hear the candidates. Suplizio is the city manager in DuBois, Clearfield County. Dush and Brown are from Brookville and Brockway, respectively, in Jefferson County. “There’s a lot for us to talk about. Voters want to know more about us with respect to our positions. I believe we owe them an opportunity to hear from us directly.” Suplizio proposes that the debate be held at the Reynoldsville Fire Hall beginning at 6 p.m. and be moderated by Jefferson County Republican Chairman Chad Horner. Suplizio urged his opponents to confirm their participation.
  13. Kenneth W. DeBoer, Age 83 of Reynoldsville, PA died Saturday, May 23, 2020 in Falls Creek, PA. Born on August 10, 1936 in DuBois, PA, he was the son of the late William & Stella (Chase) DeBoer. On December 7, 2005, he married Karen R. Bloom DeBoer. She survives. He was a 1956 graduate of Brady High School. Ken served in the United States Army Reserves. He retired from Triangle Auto Springs after 36 years of service. After his retirement, he worked for Chris Federici Excavating. Ken loved to hunt and tinker around his house. He is survived by a son (Kenneth W. “Butch” DeBoer, Jr. & his wife Colleen of Roulette, PA), a grandson (Kenneth W. “Willy” DeBoer, III), a great granddaughter (Skylar DeBoer) and a brother (Thomas A. DeBoer & his wife Shirley of DuBois, PA). Ken was preceded in death by his brother (Jack DeBoer). Due to our current circumstances there will be a private visitation and funeral service from the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. with Pastor Terry Felt officiating. Memorial donation may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences can be sent to http://www.baronickfuneralhome.com
  14. Michael McDonald - Sweet Freedom
  15. Poison - "Every Rose Has It's Thorn" acoustic on Arsenio, December 1990
  16. Priscilla J. Muth, age 67 of Reynoldsville, PA died Saturday, May 23, 2020 at Select Specialty Hospital in Latrobe, PA. Born on October 19, 1952, in Punxsutawney, PA, she was the daughter of the late Leroy and Edna (Bair) Lockard. On September 24, 1977 she married Charles Muth. He survives. She retired from DuBois Regional Medical Center as a registered nurse. She was a member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church in DuBois, enjoyed canning, camping and taking care of her farm animals. Priscilla is survived by her children;(Lisa Neiswonger & her husband Michael of Sykesville, PA, Laura Muth & her fiancé Bryan English of Clearfield, PA and Nathan Muth of Cary, NC), 2 brothers; (Dennis Lockard & his wife Barb and Delvin Lockard & his wife Nancy) and 4 grandchildren;(Tia, Christian, Carter and Breanna). She was preceded in death by 1 granddaughter (Emily Muth). There will be no public visitation. A private service will be held at the convenience of the family. The Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc.is in charge of arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to charity of your choice. Online condolences can be sent to http://www.baronickfuneralhome.com
  17. Jack S. Harris, age 89 of DuBois, PA died Saturday, May 23, 2020 at his home. Born on February 19, 1931 in DuBois, PA, he was the son of the late Robert and Edith (Harder) Harris. On April 18, 1952, he married Rose (Muggia) Harris. She preceded him in death on May 23, 2003. Jack was a veteran of the United States Army having served during the Korean War. He retired from the Laborer’s Local Union #156 of Construction Workers. He was a member of the James J. Patterson Post 813 Veterans of Foreign Wars and the George G. Montgomery American Legion Post 17. He loved to bowl and loved spending time with all of his grandchildren. Jack is survived by 1 daughter (Joanne Harris of Tarpon Springs, FL), 2 sisters (Frances Robbins and Mary Ellen Federici both of DuBois, PA), 4 grandchildren; (Jennifer Formanek, Jaclyn Formanek, Katie Domitrovich and Alex McGeoch) 9 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchild. and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by numerous brothers and sisters. Due to our current circumstances there will be a private visitation and funeral service from the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc. with Pastor Terry Felt officiating. Burial will be in Morningside Cemetery. Memorial donation may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences can be sent to http://www.baronickfuneralhome.com
  18. This was back on April 8th More doctors fighting back the liberal media and the democrat agenda.
  19. Martin Briley - The Salt In My Tears (1983)
  20. B.E. Taylor Group - Vitamin L
  21. Dr. Zelenko promises: Use of hydroxychloroquine with Zinc 'will end coronavirus plague' In interview with Arutz Sheva, Dr. Zelenko says treatment with hydroxychloroquine and Zinc within first 5 days reduces death rates by 85%. Arutz Sheva spoke with Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, the Jewish doctor who recently announced his decision to close his clinic in Kiryas Joel, who came to national prominence earlier this year for treating presumptive COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine and Zinc, a treatment which quickly became controversial. When asked about his decision to close his clinic, Dr. Zelenko said his reason was "an internal issue" which has "nothing to do" with COVID-19. "I will say one thing, that Kiryas Joel has the lowest death rate of any Jewish community in America," he said, but declined to say whether the numbers were thanks to himself. "I'll let other people make that conclusion." When asked why there are politics surrounding the use of hydroxychloroquine, Dr. Zelenko said, "I would think you would want to know more about the actual treatment, how to publicize it, how to really end the death and the misery and the suffering and the economic disaster....instead of trying to get me into politics, political rhetoric." "I can give you reasons why there's resistance, it's very simple. It's called politics, profit, arrogance, and fear." Quick treatment of coronavirus, he said, is crucial: "Within the first five days when symptoms start, the viral load or the amount of virus is relatively stable or constant. But around day six, it explodes like a wildfire. Now most patients don't come to the doctor right away. They come around day four or five...you wait until the results of the test, which takes three days, you get into day eight. And what happens by then is the patient is really sick, the fire's out of control. So the key is to treat based on clinical suspicion." "This virus is here to stay, it's not going to disappear...it'll be around, it'll probably mutate as well. That's okay though," he added. "My data will show that if you initiate treatment within the first five days, you have an 85% reduction in death and hospitalization. What that means is that this infection becomes no different than any other infection." He also said that the medication he uses is "one of the safest in the world. "I invite anyone to prove me wrong. Go and prove me wrong. This medication, when scaled globally, will end this plague." In a letter to US President Trump, Zelenko presented his treatment: My field-tested treatment regimen for high risk patients with clinical diagnosis is as follows: Hydroxychloroquine 200mg twice a day for 5 days Azithromycin 500mg once a day for 5 days Zinc sulfate 220mg (or the equivalent of 50mg elemental zinc) once a day for 5 days I also suggest the following prophylactic regimen for very high risk individuals: Hydroxychloroquine 200mg once a day for 5 days, and then 1 pill a week until immunity can be shown or a vaccine becomes available. Zinc Sulfate 220mg (or the equivalent of 50mg elemental zinc) once a day for 5 days, and then 1 pill a week until immunity can be shown or a vaccine becomes available.
  22. Actually its one of safest drugs out there, even more safe that Aspirin & Tylenol. Here is a Text file of the The 50 most dangerous medicinal drugs Using data from the Food and Drug Administration for 2004 through 2015 50 most dangerous medicinal drugs.txt
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