Brody and Sandy at Hi-Ed

From left are Corry Higher Education Council Executive Director Brody Howard and Sandy McClellan, bookkeeper, outside of the Hi-Ed building on North Center Street. The building, which was built in 1925 and once housed Hotel Corry, is featured as one of PA Route 6 Alliance’s “Lasting Landmarks” along the Route 6 Heritage Corridor. Corry has been selected as the PA Route 6 Alliance Heritage Community of the Year. 

 An announcement on Monday from the PA Route 6 Alliance, based out of Galeton, Pennsylvania, relayed that Corry has been selected as its 2022 Heritage Community of the Year.

Executive Director Candace Hillyard said nominations for this and six other awards are heard each year. The Heritage Community of the Year is chosen from 20 designated heritage communities along the Route 6 Corridor, which spans 11 counties in northern Pennsylvania. 

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