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Dressed in their caps and gowns, Clymer Central School graduating seniors gather around a sign outside the school building. CCS is shifting from an outdoor graduation event to a traditional, indoor commencement ceremony for the Class of 2021 on June 25. 

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Members of the Corry Central Labor Club recently donated $35,000 to seven local fire departments. Each company received a $5,000 check before the club's board meeting on June 5.

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Chase Suchar and Rachel Hajec each were awarded $1,500 from the one-time Evelyn J. Davis-van Wingerden Scholarship.

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Seniors awarded the Virgil G. Curtis Scholarship were, in no order, Bryce Maleski, Ciara Davis, Evan Simmonsen, Maya Wetherbee, Allison Zaczkiewicz, Morgan Brooks-Sherwood, Melanie Scouten and Hannah Smrcka.

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Landen Weis, center left, and Mackenzie Campbell, center right, were the recipients of Corry Area High School class of 1979 scholarships. Presenting $250 checks are Christine (Weis) Knapp, left, who is the great-aunt of Landen Weis, and Jennie (Patten) Campbell, who is the grandmother of Mac…

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A 2010 blue Nissan Sentra with about 63,000 miles on it was one of over 350 cars in Thursday's lineup. The vehicle was one of about 70 from the Bianchi Honda dealership in Erie, which does its business exclusively with CADE.

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Ron Jones of the Barber National Institute addresses the crowd. A portion of the proceeds ($10 per car sold) from the anniversary auction was to benefit the nonprofit organization.

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From left are Darlene Redlecki, director of the Clymer-French Creek Free Library, 564 Clymer-Sherman Road, and board member Tara Hoitink at a recent used book and baked goods sale to benefit the library. The library's summer reading program is currently accepting registrations and will begin…

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Valerie Toplovich races against her daughter Sabrina Toplovich, in the red Chevy, during the drag races held at Corry-Lawrence Airport on Sunday. Sabrina won the race. About 65 racers, more than 400 spectators and roughly 40 to 60 cruise-in cars came to the event that benefits the airport.

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Two Teslas raced against each other during Drag Race Sundays. The next one will be held Aug. 15.

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Senior Class President Jacob Wellman speaks to his fellow graduates after they all received their diplomas. 

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Corry Area School District Director of Secondary Education Bill West addressed the class of 2021 and audience members during the graduation ceremony.

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Bryce Maleski, left, who earned summa cum laude honors and was a student speaker at graduation, receives his diploma from Corry Area High School Principal Kelly Cragg.  

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National Honor Society co-presidents Kyla Walker, left, and Rachel Hajec, delivered a combined speech at Corry's 148th commencement ceremony. 

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Brookelynn, 6, and Jaxon Wojtecki, 8, stand in the children's department at the Corry Public Library, 117 W. Washington St., holding two of the available prizes for the summer reading program. Brookelynn and Jaxon are both participating this year.

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A demolition derby always draws a crowd at the Spartansburg Community Fair. Even though the fair isn't until September, a demolition derby will be held this weekend at the fairgrounds.


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Sharon Bothell, a member of Corry Senior Center, 25 S. First Ave., signs for her farmers market vouchers at a local distribution event on Monday. There will be another distribution event on June 21 for all community members ages 60 and older at Corry Christian and Missionary Alliance Church,…

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The newly crowned 2021 Miss Corry Pageant winners, from left, are Rylyn Gurdak, Little Miss; Madyson Rivera, Miss Corry;  Alexis Heiser, Junior Miss; and Briella Martson, Tiny Miss. The four will represent Corry during their yearlong reign. 

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Brody Howard, right, executive director of the Corry Higher Education Council, is presented with a citation from Erie County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper during the Hi-Ed's 30th anniversary celebration on Friday evening. 

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Bob Hopkins, seated, posed for photos at his retirement party on Friday, May 21, with Crawford County Commissioners, from left, John Soff, Francis Weiderspahn and Eric Henry. Hopkins retired after working over four decades for the Crawford County Planning Commission.