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  Now-March 14

Hamilton-Gibson Productions, the Wellsboro-based community theater arts group, is accepting applications now through Wednesday, March 14 for two summer intern positions. The three-month internships begin in mid-May and continue into mid-August. Stipends will be provided. Sponsor of the HG summer intern program is Eugene Seelye.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, planning to study or already be involved with some aspect of the performing arts or working or planning to work with a not-for-profit group.Since the interns will be participating in all aspects of H-G community theatre programming, they must be willing and able to pass the Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check and Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Background Check. These are required by Pennsylvania for anyone working with children,” he said. H-G pays for the clearances.

The interns will spend a fair amount of time working in the H-G office at 29 Water Street in Wellsboro. “They will help with social media marketing and the ongoing coordination and organizing of our costume inventory,” Putnam said. “There is mundane work that needs to be done as well but it’s all part of the flurry of activities in a performing arts group.”   To apply to be a summer intern, write to Hamilton-Gibson Productions at 29 Water Street, Wellsboro, PA 16901, call 570-724-2079 or0-724-8561

February  19

Daryl Warren is leading free guided boot or snowshoe hikes every Monday and Saturday during the 2018 Winter Outings series. He ranks the hikes with 1 being the easiest and 5 the hardest. Each week, unless stated otherwise, hikers meet Warren in the parking lot at Packer Park behind the Wellsboro Senior Center at 3 Queen Street in Wellsboro to carpool to the hike location.

Monday, Feb. 19 at 10 a.m. meet Warren at the lower end of the parking lot at Weis Markets, 11798 W. Wellsboro Street (Route 6). This easy 2-hour, 3-mile hike will mostly be on remote hiking trails. It will end at George’s Restaurant with a “Dutch Treat” lunch. This hike is rated 2.

FMI: To receive detailed information about the hikes and to sign up for weekly updates, email Daryl at rindercella@epix.net or call him at 570-724-7721 or 570-439-3739. For information about other Winter Outings, call 570-724-0635 or visit www.stepoutdoors.org.

                                                        

February 20

The Red Cross will have a bloodmobile @ First Presbyterian Church in Bradford from 1-6p.

February 20

Billy Martin’s Cole All Star Circus will be at the Austin Area High School Gym starting @7p. Advance tickets are $10; $15 at the door. Kids 12 and under admitted free when accompanied by an adul with a limit of two free children per adult. For advance tickets, call the school office at 814.647.8603. The Austin Senior Class is sponsoring the circus

February 20

Seventh through twelfth graders who live in Bradford, Potter and Tioga counties and attend public or private schools or are home-schooled are invited to submit three entries for the 2018 Gmeiner Youth Art Exhibit. “Students can submit any type of artwork they want,” said Gmeiner Director Anna Wales.

The deadline to enter is Tuesday, Feb. 20. Students who are home-schooled or not currently enrolled in an art class at a public or private school must photograph each piece they plan to enter and email each photograph separately to gmeinerartscenter@gmail.com along with a three to five-sentence artist’s statement describing how and why they created that particular piece.

Art teachers for students in public or private schools are asked to create a slideshow of their students’ entries and artist statements and email the slideshow to gmeinerartscenter@gmail.com.

For the show, accepted videos have to be looped and have a pixel aspect ratio of 720 by 480 or higher and two-dimensional works, such as sculptures, ceramics and glass have to be 48 inches in any direction, weigh less than 70 pounds and fit through a six by eight-foot doorway. The accepted videos will be shown on a flat-screen monitor provided by the Gmeiner. Artists are encouraged but not required to mat or frame accepted artwork, such as photographs, paintings, drawings and mixed media,

“All art submitted must be original not a copy of someone else’s work,” Wales said. “We are looking for artwork that is masterfully completed, inspired by school assignments and/or based on the student’s own photographs or imagination.”

Submitted entries will be juried and selected for the exhibit based on quality, presentation and correctly following the required application process by a committee of artists from the Gmeiner.

Jurists are Carol Ann Simon Cillo of Lycoming County, Steve Getz of Clinton County and Gmeiner Director Anna Wales. They will judge the submitted works between Feb. 21 and 27.

Approximately 50 pieces will be included in the exhibit. On Feb. 27, teachers, public and private school students not currently enrolled in an art class and home-schooled students will receive an email notifying them that their entries have or have not been accepted.

Accepted artwork has to be delivered to the Gmeiner between Wednesday, March 14 and Sunday, March 18.

The opening reception for the exhibit will be on Tuesday, March 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. a total of $500 in cash scholarships for the continuation of their artistic endeavors will be presented to students who created the 10 pieces of artwork selected by the jurists.

With the exception of the opening reception on March 27, the exhibit will be open from 2-5 p.m. seven days a week beginning Monday, March 26 and ending at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 4. “This is a special show with special hours,” Wales said.

Complete details and applications for this event are available on the Gmeiner website www.gmeinerartscenter.com and on the Gmeiner Facebook page by clicking on 2018-youth-art-exhibit-pdf.

February 20

The quarterly meeting of the Potter County Animal Assistance Project will be held @11a @Kaytee’s Restaurant, Route 6 West, Coudersport. Subjects to be covered include feeding for cats, winter trapping, horse cruelty and low income services.

February 20

Billy Martin’s Cole All Star Circus will be at the Austin Area High School Gym starting @7p. Advance tickets are $10; $15 at the door. Kids 12 and under admitted free when accompanied by an adul with a limit of two free children per adult. For advance tickets, call the school office at 814.647.8603. The Austin Senior Class is sponsoring the circus

February 21

A Lenten Service will be held at the Port Allegany United Methodist Church @noon, followed by a luncheon.

February 21

The Bowls of love at the First United Methodist Church is a free meal offered each Wednesday from 4 – 5 PM. The meal is open to the community. There is no charge and all are welcome to attend. The meals are prepared the same day that they are served and the menu changes weekly. We serve between 50-70 different folks of all ages every week – join us! You can check our Facebook page for weekly menus.

February 21

Community Blood Bank will  have a blood drive in the banquet room @ the Port Allegany Fire Hall from 1-5p.Donors will be entered into a drawing to win two lift tickets for Holiday Resort in Ellicottville and a $100 Country Fair Gift Card and  Holiday Valley apparel and goodies.

February 21

The Asbury United Methodist Church on East Main Street in Bradford  will have a spaghetti dinner from 4-7p,spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread, dessert and beverage. $8/adults; $6 children.

February 22

The Potter County Ed Council will have a class,  Learn to Knit a Basic Beanie,  from 6-8:30p March 1,8, & 15 at the Coudersport office and will be taught by Doris Acre

This class is intended for those who have basic knitting experience, including how to knit and purl, and casting on and binding off. Participants will learn to knit with circular and double-pointed needles. Once students learn to knit a basic beanie, there are endless patterns for all kinds of hats. This workshop is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. The cost is $20 per person; all supplies for the class are included. Registration is required; registration deadline is today.  Call (814) 274-4877 or visit www.pottercountyedcouncil to register.

February 22

An evening update for Potter County farmers will be held from 7-9p at the Penn State Extension office in Coudersport. Topics will include “Top Ten Weeds of Pennsylvania.  There is a $10 fee. Walk-ins are welcome. Advance registration is available online at extension.psu.edu or by calling toll free 877.345.0691. Pay by credit or debit card for advance registration. Cash and checks accepted at the door.

February 22

The Red Cross will have a bloodmobile @ The Otto-Eldred  from 9a-2p.

February 24

 

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The Gibson Brothers will perform Saturday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Deane Center.

The Gibson Brothers, a prominent bluegrass band formed in Upstate New York in 1984, will take the stage at 7:30 p.min the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. This is the fourth concert of the Wellsboro Community Concert Association’s 2017-2018 season.

Currently, the band is on tour for their most recent CD, “In The Ground” released in Feb. 17, 2017.

“The New York Times” has called them “bluegrass superstars.” They  have received numerous awards including the International Bluegrass Association’s Entertainer of the Year, Song of the Year, Songwriter of the Year and Album of the Year.

Tickets at the door are $25 for adults and $5 for students and children. For tickets, visit www.wellsborocca.org or call 570-724-6220.

 

February 23-25

Keystone Elk Country Alliance is hosting a Wilderness First Aid course on February 23-25.  Cost is $100.00 per person.  They only have 25 spots open and they are filling fast. For more information or to register contact

Courtney Colley

Conservation Education Coordinator

Keystone Elk Country Alliance

Elk Country Visitor Center

Benezette, PA

814-787-5173

KECAConEd@windstream.net

February 24

The Parade of Stars amateur talent show will be held @7p in the Cameron  County High School auditorium,  Emporium. Proceeds will benefit the Cameron County Fair Scholarship Fund. The school’s marching band will have a taste table prior to the show. Potential performers are asked to call Past Kempher @814.486.1412.

February 24

A Winter Time Blues  Jamboree will benefit  breast cancer patient Julie  Bailey at the Coudersport American Legion from 1-5p . There will be food, flea market, chinese auction, art auction and live music.

 

February 24

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Mary Beth Logue’s dog team is shown during a training run. 

 

Mary Beth Logue hugs Bonanza, one of her Alaskan husky sled dogs.

February 24

The first Canyon Sled Dog Challenge an out and back 18-mile mid distance run on the Pine Creek Rail Trail from Ansonia to Tiadaghton Organizers are the Pennsylvania Sled Dog Club, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Bureau of Forestry and the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce.

In this challenge, pro and registered breed teams of six and eight dogs each will pull dogsleds under the direction of their mushers to test their skills. The pro dog teams will be Alaskan huskies. The registered breed teams will include purebreds like the Alaskan Malamute, Siberian Husky, Samoyed and Chinook.

The teams will leave at 9 a.m. in two-minute intervals from the start at the Marsh Creek Access in Ansonia, run nine miles to Tiadaghton, turn around at a small teardrop loop and run nine miles back to the Marsh Creek Access on the Pine Creek Rail Trail.  At the start there will only be room for the teams and officials, not spectators.

The only spectator area for this event is the Darling Run Access on the Pine Creek Rail Trail. Spectators can park there to get great views of the fast-paced down and back action.

Spectators are asked to stay off of the trail until the challenge ends and leave their own dogs at home.

To get to the Darling Run Access, take Route 6 to Shippen Township, turn onto Route 362, drive about 1.5 miles, turn right, enter the access area slowly and park.

If the challenge is a go, the public is also invited to a Meet The Mushers event to meet them and their dogs from 6 to 7 p.m. on Friday night, Feb. 23, at the Burnin’ Barrel at the Ansonia Valley Inn in Shippen Township (GPS Address: 5440 Route 6, Wellsboro, PA 16901). At 7:30 p.m. there will be a mushers meeting. The starting order for the teams will be announced and mushers’ questions answered.

Whether the Challenge or different activities will be at the Darling Run Access on Feb. 24, Second Chance Animal Sanctuaries will be there with hot chocolate, coffee and snacks available for purchase with all proceeds to benefit the animals in their care.

For more information, call the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce at 570-724-1926 or email info@wellsboropa.com.

 February 24

The Seneca Chapter of Trout Unlimited is proud to present the 2018 Fly Fishing Film Tour (The F3T) at the Coudersport at 4pm. This year’s productions put a strong emphasis on the stories, characters and fisheries that help make up the vast world of fly fishing. The 2018 F3T will take you from Michigan to Honduras, from Wyoming to Greenland, from the mind of a child to the heart of a musician, from the edge of your seat to the end of the earth and back!

This 2 hour showing of various films will also feature door prizes from the F3T sponsors YETI, Costa, Simms, Scientific Anglers, and Ross Reels. Tickets are available from Seneca Chapter Members located in Port Allegany, Coudersport, Smethport, Kane, and Bradford, as well as at the door, for $15. Funds raised at this event benefit programs to protect, preserve, and enhance our coldwater fisheries in the area as well as encourage enjoyment and appreciation of our local natural resources.

A post-show gathering will be held at The Hotel Crittenden featuring local fly tyers demonstrating their most effective fly patterns. The guys from Shenango valley shenanigans will be set up to do a live podcast from the event.

You can view the trailers for the films at: www.flyfilmtour.com.

February 24

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Dave Allbaugh is shown with a brown trout he caught in early June 2016 on Penn’s Creek using one of his favorite wet flies, a Winged Hare’s Ear. 

Tiadaghton Chapter #688 of Trout Unlimited, based in Tioga County, is presenting “The Art of Wet Fly Fishing with Dave Allbaugh” from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.in the Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital Board Room located near the hospital’s main entrance on Grant Street in Wellsboro.

During the seminar, Allbaugh will teach wet fly tactics, techniques and fly patterns. There will be seating for 50 participants. Admission is free for those who pre-register. All those attending can enter a drawing for free to participate in a free on-stream instruction with Allbaugh on Saturday, May 5. Twelve names will be drawn.
A professional licensed Pennsylvania guide, wet fly tier and owner of Wet Fly Waterguides, Allbaugh specializes in the classic art of wet fly fishing. His mission is to educate new and seasoned fly fisherman about the largely forgotten art of wet fly fishing and to show exactly how productive wet flies can be throughout the year.
During the past 30 years, he has spent countless hours on the stream and at his vice, perfecting and designing highly effective wet fly patterns and customized wet fly leaders. His unique guide service is one of very few in the country that focuses on fishing with wet flies all year long.
He has been fly fishing since the 1970s and has concentrated his efforts on the famed waters of Central and North Central Pennsylvania, specifically in streams, such as Spring Creek, Penn’s Creek, Little Juniata, Kettle Creek and Big Pine Creek.
To pre-register, email Jim Horton at jlhorton@twc.com or call 570-827-3113.
Canyon Sled Dog Challenge is Feb. 24
The Canyon Sled Dog Challenge will start at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24. Teams of six and eight Pro and Registered Breed dogs will compete in four classes on the Pine Creek Rail Trail. The only spectator area is the Darling Run Access. For more information, contact the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce at 570-724-1926, email info@wellsboropa.com or at the chamber website (www.wellsboropa.com) under “Annual Events” click on the graphic Canyon Sled Dog Challenge, February 24.
 
Coudersport Snow Fest is Feb. 24
Snow Fest will be from 12 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24 in the Coudersport Area Recreation Park at 7 Woodlawn Avenue. Activities are free for adults and children of all ages. There will be snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and ice skating if there is enough snow and ice, a no entry fee 5K run/hike, a geocaching trail with hidden caches, trebuchet demonstrations, an interactive Winter Bird Feeding display and take home craft and hot dogs, chili and beverages for sale. Those who have them are encouraged to bring their own snowshoes, skis and ice skates. There will be limited equipment available. For information, call the Coudersport Borough office at (814) 274-9776.
 
Weekly Hikes are Feb. 24 & 26
Daryl Warren is leading free, guided boot or snowshoe hikes on Saturdays and Mondays during the 2018 Winter Outings series.
  • Saturday, Feb. 24 meet Daryl Warren at 12 p.m. at the Pine Creek Rail Trail Darling Run parking lot for a strenuous trek on the Mt. Tom Trail. Hikers must be in good, physical shape to do this 3.5-mile, 2-hour lollipop loop that includes a 1.5-mile 1100-foot climb with most of the elevation gain in less than one mile. This hike is rated 4.5 on a scale of 1 (easy) to 5 (hard).
  •  Monday, Feb. 26 at 9 a.m. meet Daryl Warren in the Packer Park parking lot behind the Wellsboro Senior Center at 3 Queen Street in Wellsboro to carpool to the Bull Run Trailhead for a 4-mile, 3.5-hour hike on the Bull Run, Woodhouse and Pine Creek Trail loop. This is a very rocky trail with a fairly steep ascent and descent. This hike is rated 4 on a scale of 1 (easy) to 5 (hard).
  • FMI: To receive detailed information about the hikes and to sign up for weekly updates, email Daryl at rindercella@epix.net or call him at 570-724-7721 or 570-439-3739. For information about other Winter Outings, call 570-724-0635 or visit www.stepoutdoors.org.
 
Mountain or Snow Bike Ride on Sunday, Feb. 25
On Sunday, Feb. 25 those going on a free mountain or snow bike ride will leave at 9 a.m. from the USGS Northern Appalachian Research Branch at 176 Straight Run Road, just off Route 6 in Asaph, near Wellsboro. Each two to three-hour Sunday ride explores a different route. For weekly updates, visit https://www.facebook.com/OswaldCycleWorks/ or call Tom Oswald at 570-662-3097.
 
FMI
For updates, trail conditions, directions and more, visit http://www.stepoutdoors.org any time or call 570-724-0635 between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Snow and ice updates are also posted on Facebook at Step Outdoors Tioga County PA.

February 26

The Red Cross will have a bloodmobile @ The Northern Potter High School from 9a-2p.

February 27

Georgeanna DeCarlo, Dedicated Practitioner of Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique, will present an introduction to quantum healing and conduct a group session from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm, at the Potter County Artisan Center in Coudersport. This will be a “light trance” session. The cost is $20.00 per person. Session materials will be provided.

Discover how to answer questions that you have about the life that you’re living right now by accessing the power inside you. Participants will be guided through a series of exercises designed to assist in exploring pathways for answers about life’s questions and healing.

Georgeanna became certified as a Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique practitioner May 22, 2015. She has conducted many sessions with clients from all walks of life, assisting them through the process of re-connecting with their higher selves for healing, wisdom and guidance. She is certified through Dolores Cannon’s Quantum Healing Hypnosis Academy, member of Quantum Healing Support Forum, Quantum Healing and Beyond, and listed practitioner at quantumhealingpractitioners.com. For more information about what quantum healing is, how sessions are conducted and prior session transcripts, go to her website at qhhtgeorgeannadecarlo.com.

For more information or with questions about this event please e-mail Georgeanna at GeorgeannaDecarlo@gmail.com, or call the Potter County Artisan Center for information or to register at 814-274-8165. Participants must be at least 18 years of age. Class size is limited to 10.

March 2 & 3

The Coudersport 6th grade class will present “Xandu Jr.” in the high school auditorium. Friday @7p;Saturday at 2p. $7 for adults $4 student.

March 3

The 11th annual Kathy Sallade  9 ball tournament will be held at the Coudersport American Legion Post 182. Registration from 9-11a. Tournament begins at noon. $20 donation per player. Proceeds will benefit Potter County Boys and Girls club.

March 3

The Roulette Fire Department will have a Ham and Turkey Party in the social room. Doors open at 6p; raffle at 7p. Free refreshments, raffles, door prizes Must be 21 or older.

March 6

Make a large, table bounty basket to enhance your dinner table! Instructor Cathy Snyder will guide you as you create a beautiful basket on March 13 at the Potter County Artisan Center from 6-9p.. The cost is $11 per person, plus $3-5 for embellishments; all supplies for the class are included. Registration is required; registration deadline today . call (814) 274-4877 or visit www.pottercountyedcouncil to register. This workshop is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

March 15

Local Photographer Curt Weinhold will teach a class, Intermediate Photography at the Potter County Ed Council’s Coudersport office from 6:30-8:30p.

If you attended Curt’s Basic Photography class or feel that you are beyond “basic” level, this class is for you! Instructor Curt Weinhold will include some emphasis on camera controls, photo editing and “seeing the light.” When he is satisfied that students understand the controls, participants will move on to the fun stuff! That would include composition, lighting, and how to edit your images with software options available at various costs.  Please take your camera with full charged battery and suitable memory card. Also, please be familiar with your particular camera controls. The cost is $40 per person. Registration is required; so call (814) 274-4877 or visit www.pottercountyedcouncil to register.

This workshop is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

 

March 24, April 7 & 21

The Potter County Ed Council will host STEM Saturdays at the CTC in Port Allegany.During these highly engaging Saturday sessions, students will explore the Code.org Computer Science Discoveries curriculum, while learning to configure and troubleshoot a MinecraftEdu Local Area Network (LAN). Other activities include Geocaching, Robotics, Coding, Video Game Design, and a variety of STEM challenges. This workshop is open to students in 5th through 8th grades.This workshop will be taught by Brent Bryant and is scheduled from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Education Council’s Port Allegany office. The cost is $50 per student; which includes all 3 sessions. Registration is required; call (814) 545-1333 or visit www.pottercountyedcouncil to register.

March 24

The Potter County Fair Association will have a Chinese Auction from 10a-3p at the Ulysses Community Building.

Until March 25

Those attending the opening reception at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center at 134 Main Street in Wellsboro from 2 to 4 p.m.,will see two exhibits. Admission to both shows and the reception are free and open to the public.

Hosting the reception androviding the refreshments will be members of the Friday Club. During the reception there will also be a tasting of small batch beers made by Miki Kunitake.

“Small Paintings from the Edge of the Woods,” an exhibit of 52 oil paintings, each 12 inches square by H. M. Levan will be in the Main Gallery.

In the Atrium Gallery will be an exhibit of clay and marble sculptures. Thirteen students in the Sculpture and Advanced Sculpture courses taught by Mansfield University Department of Art Adjunct Professor Alan Bennett completed these works in the Fall 2017 semester.

Photo by Alan Bennett

Megan Kiessling is shown with the clay moth she created.

During the semester, the students sculpted clay into self-portraits and a variety of other subjects such as a human torso, dragonflies, moths, shoes and a functional pinhole camera.

Photo by Alan Bennett

Samantha Dixon is shown with her functional pinhole camera she made in clay.

In addition to the sculptures, there will be an educational component with tools and materials used in carving marble and sculpting clay also on display.

Photo by Alan Bennett

Xinlin Wang, one of Mansfield University’s 1+2+1 students from China sculpts a shoe from clay.

The 13 students whose work will be on exhibit include: Samantha Dixon, Brittany Doud, Kristine Ferg, Sara Holton, Steven Hook, Jeanne Kagle, Megan Kiessling, Chad McKay, Jessica O’Donnell, Braeden Post, Katriel Sadwick, Nyemah Taylor and Xinlin Wang.

These two exhibits will be open from 2 to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays through Fridays and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays through March 25.

March 31

A luncheon to benefit fire victims Dennis and Barb Carpenter will be held @1 p in the Shinglehouse Fire Hall. The couple lost their uninsured home on the Sunnyside Road on January 9. Choose between spaghetti and meatballs or a meatball sub. There will be door prizes, raffles, an auction and bake sale. Pre-sale tickets available at Sprout’s Drug Store, Norton’s Building Supply, Roadside Bar and Howards Home Furnishings. Also available at the door.

Until April 4

Trained AARP tax volunteers will be providing free tax counseling and preparation for low and moderate income individuals, 60 and older at The Coudersport and Emporium Senior Centers. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 814.274.7887.

April 7

The Galeton Rotary Club will have a comprehensive blood analysis from 7-9a at the First Presbyterian Church.. Basic cost is $45; extra tests available for additional fees. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 914.274.8200 or online at www.colememorial.org.

April 20

St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a gala celebration of women with dinner and bingo, where you can win designer handbags valued at $200 – $600! Tickets are $50 and include dinner and beverages. Only 250 advance tickets will be sold.

May 12

The Coudersport Rotary Club will have a comprehensive blood analysis from 6-8a at Charles Cole Hospital’s Wellness Center. Basic cost is $45; extra tests available for additional fees. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 914.274.8200 or online at www.colememorial.org.

September 8

The Smethport  Rotary Club will have a comprehensive blood analysis from 6-9a at the Fire Hall. Basic cost is $45; extra tests available for additional fees. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 914.274.8200 or online at www.colememorial.org

November 10

The Oswayo Valley Memorial Library  will have a comprehensive blood analysis from 7-9a at the Oswayo Valley Elementary School.. Basic cost is $45; extra tests available for additional fees. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 914.274.8200 or online at www.colememorial.org

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