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Join Us For Wreaths Across America Day December 15, 2018!

Coudersport Area Cemeteries (PACACA)
Please help us Remember, Honor, and Teach on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 12:00 PM by sponsoring a wreath, volunteering, and/or inviting friends to help.
Contact the Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce, American Legion Post 192 Auxiliary, Coudersport Senior Center or DAR.
Go on line to https://wreaths.fastport.com
Thank you so much for supporting Coudersport Area Cemeteries and Wreaths Across America!

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At 7:30 p.m. this Friday and Saturday, Oct. , 19 and 20 and at 2:30 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 21, the Hamilton-Gibson Women’s Project “Change of Scenery” production, featuring an adaptation and four short one act plays all written by local women, will be performed by male and female cast members  in the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro. “Locker Room Talk,” authored and directed by Rachel Smith of Wellsboro, is one of the five original high comedies being presented each night. It  gives a gender-bending look at a familiar scenario in a locker room with roles played by three women (shown from left) Sarah Knight, Samantha Coolidge and Laura Mullins. In her satire, Smith’s goal is to make people laugh and think.  For tickets, call 570-724-2079, email hamgib@gmail.com or visit hamilton-gibson.org.

 

 

October 19

There will a fish fry at the Masonic Hall in Shinglehouse from 4:30 to 7p. Choice of fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take-outs available.  $10/dinner.

OCTOBER 20

The Roulette Volunteer Fire Department will have a chicken barbecue and car cruise starting at 11a and continuing until gone. $9 for a dinner which includes chicken, macaroni salad, roll and beans. $5/half.

October 24
The Shinglehouse United Methodist Church will have a Harvest Dinner from 4:30-7:00p featuring ham, turkey, fall vegetables ,and dessert by donation. There will also be a bake sale.

October 26

There will a fish fry at the Masonic Hall in Shinglehouse from 4:30 to 7p. Choice of fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take-outs available.  $10/dinner.

October 27

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Two youngsters hold up their fingers to show how they finished in last year’s One Mile Fun Walk/Run.

Mansfield’s Fourth Annual Run Past Cancer 5K Walk/Run and One Mile Fun Walk/Run will take place starting and ending  at Smythe Park in Mansfield. The One Mile will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the 5K at 10 a.m. Registration for both will open at 8:30 a.m. and remain open until the start of each walk/run.Event T-shirts will only be given to participants in the 5K who register by Monday, Oct. 15 either online, by mail or by dropping off a completed registration form. Sizes are: small, medium and large for youth and small, medium, large, extra large, 2XL and 3XL for adults. Entry fee for those who register by Oct. 15 is $20 for the 5K Walk/Run and $10 for the One Mile Fun Walk/Run. On Race Day, Oct. 27, the fees will be $25 the 5K, and $15 for the One Mile. The maximum fee immediate family members will be asked to pay to enter the One Mile Fun Walk/Run is $30.To register by Monday, Oct. 15, register and pay the entry fee online for the 5K Walk/Run and One Mile Fun Walk/Run at www.relayforlife.org/5krunpastcancerPA18. A parent must sign the registration form if an entrant is under 18 years old.

Mail-in registration forms must be postmarked Oct. 15, with checks payable to the American Cancer Society and addressed to Terry Borneman, 136 Mount Zion Road, Wellsboro, PA 16901, or call him at 1-410-428-8615.

Registrants can also pick up registration forms at Wild Asaph Outfitters at 71 Main Street in Wellsboro or at Oswald Cycle Works at 7 North Main Street in Mansfield, complete them and drop them off with checks (payable to American Cancer Society) by Oct. 15.

Registration on race day, Saturday, Oct. 27, will run from 8:30 a.m. to 9:25 a.m. for the One Mile Fun Walk/Run, which starts at 9:30 a.m. and from 8:30 a.m. and 9:55 a.m. for the 5K Walk/Run, which starts at 10 a.m.

The 5K,  3.2-mile course will take runners and walkers from the Smythe Park pavilion around the elementary school, by the pavilion to the high school, across the Route 6 bridge with a left turn by Sheetz, around the housing area and back to the finish line in the park.

Entrants are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes. One prize will be awarded for Best Dressed. The overall male and female 5K winners will each receive a medal, and medals will given to the top three male and/or female finishers in the following age categories: 19 and under, 20 to 29, 30 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 to 59, and 60 and up.

One Mile Fun Walk/Run participants will travel from the Smythe Park pavilion to the Miller Elementary School and back to the park.

All participants are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes. The majority of costume prizes will be awarded to young runners 18 and under for Best Dressed, Funniest, Scariest, Most Unusual, Cutest, Best Fictional Character and Coolest Celebrity.  A family or group of friends wearing costumes will be named Best Group. The first, second and third place finishers in the One Mile Fun Walk/Run will each receive a medal.

Participants in both events will goodie bags, which will include a coupon for a free small ice cream cone at Peggy’s Candies & Gifts in Wellsboro.

Organizer Terry Borneman, an American Cancer Society volunteer, noted that the event raised $3,000 year and the goal is to do even better this year.

“I have had many family members and friends affected by cancer,” Borneman said. “My mother died of lymphoma and my father from leukemia. My brother was treated for prostate cancer and my mother-in-law for breast cancer. One of my best friends, a fellow teacher, died of cancer just after he retired. Other teachers I have worked with have also died of cancer. I had skin cancer. It is time for us to find a cure.”

For more information about this event, including sponsorships, call Terry Borneman at 1-410-428-8615.

October 27

The Austin-Costello Sportsman’s Club will have a steak bake from 1-4p. $20.

October 27

The Fishing Creek United Methodist Church will have a soup supper starting at 5p. Suggested donation, $5.00.

October 29
Coudersport borough is having a spaghetti dinner for borough employee Walt Carpenter from noon to 4:00 October 29 at the American Legion Post 192 by donation. There will also be a chinese auction. To donate something for the auction, call the borough office at 814.274.9776.

October 27

Sinnemahoning State Park is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to assist with the Haunted Trail and All Hallows Eve Celebration which will be held from 4:00 – 9:00 PM at the Wildlife Center. From trail decorating to event clean up, park volunteers are the reason behind this event’s success.
Volunteers are needed Friday, October 26th through Sunday October 28th: Friday and Saturday for decorating and scene setup; Saturday for scare squad, makeup crew, children’s crafts and games, trail leaders and station sign-in; and Sunday trail clean-up. Park staff will match you up with a volunteer task that fits your interest and time availability.
For more information or to sign up to volunteer at Sinnemahoning State Park please contact the park office at 814-647-8401 and dial 0 for the front desk or email sinnemahoningsp@pa.gov.
If you need an accommodation to participate in PA State Park activities due to a disability, please contact the park you plan to visit. With at least three days’ notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.

October 31

Trunk or Treat night will take place at 5:30 p.m. at the Coudersport Borough Office and is open to anyone who would like to participate, including groups, clubs, teams, organizations, churches and businesses, as well as individuals. Come join the fun for a safe and happy Halloween.

All are welcome, in costume or not, to hand out goodies from their car trunks to all those scary trick or treaters. Park in the handout line and greet the youngsters as they parade by collecting treats.

Participants can even decorate their trunks and vie for the prizes awarded for most creatively decorated, but no registration or decorations are required to participate.

Door to door trick or treat will follow at 6 p.m. until lights out. Anyone with questions may call 814-274-9776.

November 2

There will a fish fry at the Masonic Hall in Shinglehouse from 4:30 to 7p. Choice of fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take-outs available.  $10/dinner.

November 2

There will a fish fry at the St. Eualalia’s Parish Center in Coudersport from  4:30 to 6p.

 

November 3

The annual Fall Craft Sale will be held at the Riverside United Methodist Church in Roulette from 9a-2p.Hoagie Sale*Grocery Opportunity*Bake Sale*Chinese Auction*Vendors*Hand Made Gifts

November 3

There will be a silent auction-Christmas Lane at the Galeton Area School from 11a-3p. Christmas themed gift certificates, brand new and handmade items. Proceeds benefit the Lane Family Foundation. FMI:

www.lanefamilyfoundtation.org

November 3
The S.W. Smith Library in Port Allegany will have its annual dinner auction at the Fire Hall. Tickets for “:A Library for All Seasons” can be purchased at the library, Port Freeze or Auction Committee members. They are $30 each. Doors open at 4p with drinks, music, silent auction and bucket auctions. Dinner will be served at 7p followed by a live auction.

November 9

There will a fish fry at the Masonic Hall in Shinglehouse from 4:30 to 7p. Choice of fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take-outs available.  $10/dinner.

November 9

The 33rd Annual Books Unlimited Gala and Auction will be held at St. Eulallia Parish Cetner. Cocktails and preview begin at 5:00 pm. Door prizes, raffles, silent and verbal auctions.

Tickets $30 on sail at the library. Proceeds benefit annual operating expenses

Theh 33rd Annual BooksUnlimted Gala andAuction will be held Friday November 9 at St. Eulallia Parish Cetner. Cocktails and preview begin at 5:00 pm. Door prizes, raffles, silent and verbal auctions.

Tickets $30 on sail at the library. Proceeds benefit annual operating expenses

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 atwww.colememorial.org

November 16

There will a fish fry at the Masonic Hall in Shinglehouse from 4:30 to 7p. Choice of fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take-outs available.  $10/dinner.

December 7 & 8

Christmas in the Wilds will be held in Emporiums.  Friday night is the holiday house tour and Saturday begins with breakfast with Santa, vendors lining downtown and a parade.  Saturday night kicks off the house decorating contest. The Cameron County Chamber of Commerce accepting vendors, parade participants, those wishing to take part in the house tour and decorating contest.  The chamber can be reached at 814-486-4314 or at cameronchamber@gmail.com

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