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When the Zonta Club of the Corry Area launched its second bra drive in February, members set a goal of collecting 1,000 bras to benefit women in underprivileged countries.

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Wattsburg Borough Council recently gave away its first-ever scholarships to two graduating seniors from Seneca High School during the Council's meeting on Monday. Makenzie Wright, center left, and Austin Detzel, center right, each received $500 and a certificate from Borough Council, which h…

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Members of the Spartansburg High School class of 1959 gathered for their 60th class reunion on Saturday. The 15 classmates in attendance, above, sang their alma mater and enjoyed a time of reminiscing through yearbooks and reconnecting with one another.

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Several local students were recently named to the dean’s list at Clarion University for the spring 2019 semester. To be named to the list, students must attain a 3.5 grade point average and be enrolled in at least 12 credits.

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Union City resident Jason Klus, son of Edward and Paula Klus, recently graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, with a cumulative grade point average of 4.0, leading the 2019 class that was composed of about 10,000 students.

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Above, the Zonta Club of the Corry Area initiated Judy Daley, right, during a recent dinner meeting at the Cobblestone Inn and Suites in Corry. Zonta District 4 Gov. Bonnie Clesse, left, presided over Daley’s initiation ceremony. Daley was presented with a yellow rose, which is the symbol of…

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Corry Area High School senior Rebecca Gill has been chosen as May Girl of the Month. She will be honored by members of Beta Sigma Phi later this month.

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The deadline for the second bra drive conducted by the Zonta Club of the Corry Area is getting near. The bra drive ends Friday, May. 31.

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Corry Area Middle School sixth-graders recently participated in a math fair that featured about 150 students who were challenged to create SNAP puzzles. All completed SNAP — which stands for Student-centered, Non-competitive, All-inclusive, Problem-based — projects were on display in the sch…

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Dads and daughters danced the night away during a fifth annual Daddy/Daughter Dance, hosted by the YMCA of Corry Tumbling Tigers gymnastics team on Saturday.

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In honor of National Police Appreciation Week, the YMCA of Corry invited Pennsylvania state police troopers to visit with pre-K students and have lunch. Above, Trooper Heather Knapp sits with students during lunchtime. Below, Trooper Andrew Harriger sits with a table full of children. This w…

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Forty eighth-grade students from Union City Area Middle School recently had a learning experience outside of the classroom. The students, with eighth-grade teachers Cathy Dobrzynski and Kelly Knauff, went all the way to Washington, D.C., from April 26-28 for a three-day study session.

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Community members are asked to take a stand against domestic violence by attending one of two free PurpleOne training sessions scheduled in Union City and Corry.

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Future Farmers of America students from Clymer Central School recently traveled to Syracuse, New York, to attend a 94th annual state FFA convention. Members participated in leadership seminars, district meetings, voted on state FFA business matters and heard from a motivational speaker for t…

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The Nurture, Outreach and Witness (NOW) committee of the Union City First United Methodist Church held a Ladies Luncheon on Saturday with a Derby Day theme. Those attending were given a hat to decorate. The event included musical entertainment and lunch that featured a Derby Day menu. Member…

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Fourteen members of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local Union 420, above, recently volunteered their time to help the community. The union workers, along with local builder Tallon Sawyer, resided dug outs at the softball field in Columbus. Jason and Shanny Kuzma, founders of the Kim K…

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The Fork and Barrel Restaurant and David Corry car dealership co-sponsored "The Bark and Barrel" event to raise money for the ANNA Shelter on Saturday at the restaurant, 554 Country Club Road, Corry. Above, Ryan Anderson was the winner of a raffle to raise additional funds for the ANNA Shelt…

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Erie County First Assistant District Attorney Elizabeth A. “Beth” Hirz, left, was the guest speaker for the Zonta Club of the Corry Area’s monthly meeting held Tuesday, April 23, at the Cobblestone Inn and Suites in Corry. Hirz, of Fairview, is responsible for all child abuse prosecutions in…

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The Easter bunny visited kindergarten students at Corry Area Primary School this morning to talk about reading and writing, good behavior and the upcoming Easter holiday.

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Flowers that were left over from a 5th annual Dance To The Beat recital that was held on Saturday were taken to Corry Manor residents by members of the DTTB company competition team. Helping to distribute flowers were above, in the first row, from left, Mikeala Jackson, Sarah Whiteley, Camil…