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Current Erie County Poet Laureate Chuck Joy will host a second event, “Spoon River Anthology: Selected Poems,” in collaboration with Erie County Public Library on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 2 p.m. in the Hirt Auditorium of Blasco Library, 160 E. 1st St., Erie.

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Corry Blue Zones Project Engagement Lead Shannon Wohlford, left, hosted a third round for moai walking groups. Among nine other participants, Gladys Stroup, of Columbus, is shown signing up to walk with the group on Thursday evening at Corry Area High School, 534 E. Pleasant St. Moai is a te…

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Corry Blue Zones Project Engagement Lead Shannon Wohlford, left, hosted a third round for moai walking groups. Among nine other participants, Gladys Stroup, of Columbus, is shown signing up to walk with the group on Thursday evening at Corry Area High School, 534 E. Pleasant St. Moai is a te…

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Spartansburg rang in the new year last weekend with a large community bonfire behind the Dutch Treat Restaurant, 339 Main St., and fireworks over Clear Lake. The fireworks show was put on by Gibson Fireworks as part of a larger celebration for residents and their guests. Food and beverages i…

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A pair of local cousins recently donated more than 18 inches of hair together to "Children With Hair Loss" — a nonprofit organization that provides free human hair replacements for children up to age 21. Ava Greer, 12, left, and Brooke VanTassel, 12, each donated over nine inches of hair on …

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The Friends of Mead Park would like to congratulate the following winners of the gift baskets raffle at the Reindeer Trail Walk event in Mead Park on Dec. 7:

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The Corry basketball varsity cheerleaders performed a halftime dance routine for everyone in attendance at the Beavers' boys basketball game against Meadville on Monday at Corry Area High School. The cheerleaders wore holiday-themed T-shirts while they entertained the hometown crowd. The Bul…

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The Corry Public Library, 117 W. Washington St., will be hosting live music by local violinist Louis Nicolia on Saturday from noon to 1:30 p.m. Nicolia, who is an Erie native, will be playing a mix of Christmas and classical music. He plays violin for the Erie Philharmonic Orchestra and Lake…

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Dedicated live channels for WQLN and PBS KIDS, as well as on-demand programming, are now available to YouTube TV subscribers, expanding WQLN’S digital footprint and offering viewers additional ways to stream PBS content. To access the full line-up available in our area, you can visit the You…

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Corry Area High School senior Ryan Weidner was recently selected as the Corry Elks Club Student of the Month for December. Weidner is a student in the machining class offered by the Corry Career and Technical Education Center. He is also a member of National Technical Honor Society. This awa…

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Kaye (Davis) Brink, of Corry, recently donated 11 inches of hair to Wigs for Kids,  a nonprofit organization that provides wigs to children suffering from hair loss. Brink's hair was cut at Shear Cuts by Pamela Walton in Corry. According to its website, Wigs for Kids is a cooperative effort …

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A former Corry woman won the 29th annual car/cash raffle held Thursday Dec. 5, by the Zonta Club of the Corry Area.

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The Presbyterian Church Christian Education Committee is preparing for its annual Cookie House on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. A variety of Christmas cookies and candy will be available for $7 per pound. The proceeds from the sale will benefit youth activities in the church. Preparing for …

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Gymnasts and coaches from the YMCA of Corry Tumbling Tigers recently celebrated the season with a visit from Santa Claus at their annual Christmas party hosted by the parent committee. The team has one more meet coming up in December before taking a break for Christmas.