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  • Paul H. Stern

    Mar 30, 2023

    Paul H. Stern, 102, of Martinsburg went to join his Lord and Savior, Tuesday morning, March 21, 2023, at his home. He was born Dec. 17, 1920, in Martinsburg, son of the late Edgar K. and Eva V. (Stoner) Stern. On Nov. 23, 1946, he married Betty F. Heltzel in Cumberland, MD. She preceded him in death April 19, 2022, following 75 years of marriage. He is survived by a daughter, Donna J. Bolesta (Ron) of Downingtown; two sons: Gary L. Stern (Anne) and Eddie J. Stern (Lori) both of Martinsburg; 17...

  • Betty L. Smith

    Mar 30, 2023

    Betty L. Smith, 91, of Martinsburg, formerly of Woodbury, passed away March 24, 2023, at UPMC Altoona Hospital. She was born May 2, 1931, in Bakers Summit; daughter of the late George H. and Annie (Hoover) Sell. On May 10, 1953, in Roaring Spring, she was united in marriage to Charles L. Smith; together they spent 69 years. She is survived by her husband, Charles L. Smith; children: Cheryl Pote (Joel), Kenneth L. Smith (Karen), Sharon Friedenberger (Max), and John H. Smith (girlfriend, April)...

  • Arlene Summers

    Mar 30, 2023

    Arlene Summers, 81, a resident of Carrington Place at Botetourt Commons, Daleville, VA, formerly of East Freedom, went home to be with the Lord Tuesday March 21, 2023, at the home. She was born Feb. 7, 1942, in East Freedom, daughter of the late Roy and Mildred (Hollopeter) Eckard. She married Ralph G. Summers July 30, 1960, in Oakland, MD. He preceded her in death March 24, 2021. She is survived by a daughter Tammy Donivan of Roanoke, VA, three sons: Ralph H. (Lena) of Huntington, Stephen (Nicole) of the Netherlands, and Jonathan (Kiera) of...

  • Martinsburg Indian School Subject at BCGS Meeting

    Mar 30, 2023

    The Blair County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, 2023, at the Roller Hojeth Memorial Library, 431 Scotch Valley Rd., Hollidaysburg, PA. The April meeting will be on the Martinsburg Indian Training School presented by Jodi Stauffer and Cori Bolger Shirk. The Indian Training School was run by Professor Philip H. Bridenbaugh. The school was housed in the seminary building, also known as the Juniata Collegiate Institute, on East Allegheny Street in Martinsburg. Approximately 100 students from the Osage (Oklahoma)...

  • Green a 'Tireless Advocate for Public Education'

    Mar 30, 2023

    Republican Rodney Green has announced his candidacy for Spring Cove School Board. Green will cross-file for both the Republican and Democratic tickets. Green is a native of Roaring Spring and has lived in that community for the past 34 years. He is currently serving on the Roaring Spring Borough Council. He is a 1970 graduate of Central High School, earned B.S and M.Ed. degrees from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and has completed advanced studies at Penn State University. He has worked in...

  • Moses Running for School Board, Advocates Transparency

    Mar 30, 2023

    Andrea Moses has announced that she will be running as a Republican candidate for school board in the Spring Cove School District. Moses was raised in Martinsburg and graduated from Central High School in the year 2000. She received a bachelor’s degree from Juniata College in Communications and Human Resource Management. As a parent of two children who attend Spring Cove, Moses is concerned with the direction of our state and federal government and the impact it will have on our children and t...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Library Recommends

    Mar 30, 2023

    Gwendolyn longs for a pet. It is her dearest wish. What kind? Any kind! How many legs? Two, four, ten — she’s not picky! Her parents refuse to let her have a pet. Not a cockatoo, not a gerbil, not even a shrimp. However, since Gwendolyn is so eager to have something to care for, her parents have other ideas and give her a wooden box — full of dirt. “It smells of swamp,” Gwendolyn says, but her parents say it smells of possibilities. Gwendolyn’s displeasure doesn’t last long. Once Gwendolyn rea...

  • Newcomers to the Cove: the Woodbury Sign

    Mar 30, 2023

    By JOSEPH WALK For the Herald Last month Nancy and I traveled to Franklin County and drove through a small village named Roxbury. The sign at the edge of town stated this town was named for a town in England. This rang familiar. As a newcomer, I was curious why a small local Pennsylvania community in the Cove would also be associated with a village in the United Kingdom. Were the original settlers from England? The southern Morrisons Cove town of Woodbury in Bedford County has a very interesting sign as one enters the borough. It reads:...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Mar 30, 2023

    Herald of March 31, 1898 There are rumors through the air of the existence of a speakeasy in the village of Roaring Spring. In such an hour as they think not the authorities will swoop down and clean the thing out. Some of the alleys about town need attention, and there are several gutters along the main streets that are constantly full of “slop water”. Give these filthy disease breeding alleys and gutters a stitch in time. W. J. Shiffler has opened a grocery store in connection with his jewelry establishment on West Allegheny street. Wm. F G...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Mar 30, 2023

    Herald of April 5, 1975 The Altoona Area School Board and the Intermediate Unit 08 School Board approved the proposal for Spring Cove, Williamsburg, and Claysburg-Kimmel schools to enter the Altoona Area Vocational Technical School. At present Altoona and Bellwood-Antis are the only two districts in the jointure Passengers at the Blair County airport were subject to a concealed weapons search beginning April 1. A “Transfrisker”, an electronic metal detection device, is passed over the passenger to check for concealed metal. Passengers are req...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Mar 30, 2023

    Herald of April 6, 1923 Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Liebegott, well known and highly respected citizens of this place, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage, at their home on Christian street on Easter Sunday, having with them on this occasion their children and grandchildren is a happy family reunion. Nine children were born from this union, six of whom are living and attended this anniversary celebration, presenting their parents with one of the present day musical instruments, a Pathe talking machine. On Tuesday evening the last week...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Mar 30, 2023

    Herald of April 9, 1998 A crowd of approximately 100 Williamsburg area residents came to a borough council meeting to voice their opposition to a substantial increase in water rates. The new minimum rate would jump from $19 per quarter to $66.79 a quarter, and sewer rates would increase $3.50 to $38.50 per quarter. Despite the protests, the council approved the rate increase. The Central High School Competition Cheerleaders, coached by Crystal Nicodemus, traveled to Williamsburg, Va. to compete in the Colonial Cheer Challenge. The cheerleaders...

  • 75 Years Ago

    Mar 30, 2023

    Herald of April 8, 1948 A memorial service is planned for Sgt. John F. Wilson, who died of wounds received on March 26, 1945 in Iwo Jima. He was the son of John W. and Mrs. Annie (Forgy) Wilson of Williamsburg RD. He served in the Air Corps with the 72nd Fighter Squadron and attained the rank of sergeant. His remains recently arrived in Williamsburg for burial. The Martinsburg Community Library will formally open this weekend for use by all residents of the Cove. The library will be open 8 to 10 p.m. on Friday, with a brief ceremony planned...

  • 10 Years Ago

    Mar 30, 2023

    Herald of April 4, 2013 Martinsburg has received additional funding toward its proposed streetscape improvements in the center of the borough. The funding will allow for improvements to the sidewalks in the 100-block section in each direction from the square. A new ordinance regulating the use of bicycles and skateboards on Greenfield Township properties was passed by township supervisors. Board members said the restrictions were put in place due to a “severe liability issue.” The Northern Bedford School District’s Dance-a-Thon raised $30,0...

  • Tough Words to Swallow

    Linda Sollenberger|Mar 30, 2023

    Text: John 6:22-59 When I was younger, I baked all of our bread. I loved the process of working with yeast, kneading properly, watching the bread rise on the cook stove that I used for baking. But there were lots of bread calamities, too: yeast that didn’t work, bread that got too high and spilled over the side of the bowl. A lot of yeasty bread disasters got buried in our garden. And that’s the problem with real bread. Sometimes it doesn’t bake up properly and when it does, it can get stale...

  • St. John's Reformed Church Preparing for Holy Week, Easter Celebrations

    Mar 30, 2023

    Messianic Seder A Messianic Seder will be held at 6 p.m. on April 6 (Maundy Thursday) in the fellowship hall at St. John’s Reformed Church in Loysburg. The Passover Seder tells of God’s deliverance of Israel from Egyptian slavery. Christ shared His Last Supper with His disciples — key elements of this meal give precious insight into Messiah Jesus’ fulfillment of ancient prophecy. A full meal will not be served, but those in attendance will sample key elements of the Passover Seder. Persons who wish to attend are asked to sign up on a list on...

  • Thought for the Week

    Pastor Earl Herr|Mar 30, 2023

    We have been looking at a sort of “prologue” for the Book of Judges and have reviewed a bit of the Book of Joshua as well. I think it was good we did this because you can probably see a lot of the same things reflected in our own nation. The spies brought back a mixed report after they had traveled through the Promised Land. Everybody agreed it was a beautiful and prosperous land. We could say we have one, too. But, they did not agree on whether God could be trusted to give them possession or...

  • African Children's Choir Coming

    Mar 30, 2023

    The internationally acclaimed African Children’s Choir will perform Wednesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church of Roaring Spring, 434 East Main Street. The “Just As I Am” tour combines traditional hymns with African cultural sounds and a stunning visual story of God’s faithfulness. The concert is free and open to all. A free will offering will be taken to support the children’s choir program, such as education, care, relief and development programs....

  • Public Notices

    Mar 30, 2023

    Estate Notice Estate of Cherrie M. Henry, Deceased. Late of Altoona City, Blair County, PA. D.O.D. 2/28/23. Letters Testamentary on the above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent to make known the same and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment without delay to David E. Henry, 3103 Westover Dr., State College, PA 16801 & Yvonne F. Trimble, 762 Cross Roads Blvd., Coalport, PA 16627, Executors. Or to their Atty.: J. Corey Reeder, McNees... Full story

  • Alpha Beta Heads to Village Green to Celebrate 75 Years

    Mar 30, 2023

    On Saturday, March 25, members of Alpha Beta Chapter celebrated their 75th Anniversary in the Delta Kappa Gamma Society at the Bistro at Village Green in Martinsburg. Chapter President Becky Johnen welcomed the special guest, International President Dr. Debbie LeBlanc, by Zoom. LeBlanc congratulated the chapter on achieving this milestone and on its service projects as well as members’ roles at the Pennsylvania state level. Pennsylvania State President Eileen Little also recognized the chapter on this special occasion. Alpha Beta Chapter was f...

  • What's the Word in Williamsburg?

    Mar 30, 2023

    Easter Egg Hunt The Williamsburg Ladies Civic Club along with the Lions Club will be sponsoring an Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 8, at 2 p.m. at the Williamsburg Elementary Hill playground. Ages preschool to third grade are welcomed. Free Breakfast The Williamsburg Church of the Brethren will be offering a free breakfast every Sunday morning, from 8 to 9 a.m. All are welcome for a buffet style breakfast....

  • Belly Busters Makes Trek to Florida

    Mar 30, 2023

    From January to March of this year, Joshua Bradley and Walter Weaver packed up their famous Belly Busters food truck and headed South to Florida. "We are passionate about our food and we wanted to bring the food down to different areas," Bradley said. During the two-month trip, the truck had a following, much like their experience in Pennsylvania. "People didn't want us to leave," Weaver said. The crew visited places such as Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Gainesville and Lake City at places like...

  • Ladies Civic Club Gets Pampered

    Mar 30, 2023

    Dorothy Kauruter, of Dorothy's Kuts presented with Dulcey Brown (left) to the Williamsburg Ladies Civic Club during its monthly meeting on Monday, March 27. Kauruter presented hand waxing. She offered paraffin wax dips for the ladies in the group and spoke on getting hands waxed, which helps with items such as arthritis and dryness, especially in the winter months....

  • Municipal Authority Updates On Meeting with Cenveo

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    At last month’s Williamsburg Municipal Authority meeting, issues with Cenveo and what they were dumping down their drains were discussed. Authority members wanted to meet with Cenveo personnel to discuss findings and ways for Cenveo to rectify their actions. Stiffler McGraw engineer John Clabaugh gave an update during last Tuesday’s meeting, March 14. Clabaugh said a site visit and tour of the property was made in early March. He said Cenveo did have some items in place to fix complaints. “The history between you (Authority) and Cenveo is lo...

  • Murgas Presents Test Scores to School Board

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    During her superintendent’s report last Tuesday evening, March 21, Lisa Murgas pulled up the PVAS website to discuss test scores. The website offers scores and charts from both the Keystone Exams and PSSA scores over a typical five-year span. “This gives us an idea of where our students are,” Murgas said. The school district is meeting targets in math testing, and the charts showed exemplary growth in sixth grade. With English and language arts, most targets were met but there is work to be done. “We need to continuously target what we need to...

  • Auction Highlight of Spring

    Mar 30, 2023

    State Representative Jim Gregory (R-Blair) poses with Garry and Mary Kensinger of Williamsburg at the annual Williamsburg Community Farm Show Auction held this past Saturday, March 25. Gregory said one of the best signs of spring is the annual auction. "I love everything about this event every year. Seeing friends, supporting the community and spending some money on good food and auction items," Gregory said. The auction was run by Mark Wisecarver, and is one of the farm show's biggest...

  • Claysburg Area Hall of Fame Announces 2023 Inductees

    Mar 30, 2023

    Editors Note: The first two inductees for the 2023 Claybsurg Hall of Fame were noted in last week's (March 23, 2023) Herald. The remaining nominees are in this article. The Claysburg Area Hall of Fame has announced the induction of its ninth class on Saturday, April 1, 2023, at the Claysburg-Kimmel High School Auditorium. The ceremony begins at 3 p.m. with a reception following. The public is invited and dress is business casual. This event is jointly sponsored by Claysburg P.A.S.T. and the...

  • Sowing Seeds: A Guide on Best to Buy, Tips on Planting

    KATHY MELLOTT|Mar 30, 2023

    A stop at any nursery, hardware store and even supermarket this time of year will give any shopper the difficult task of not bumping into a metal rack overflowing with hundreds of brightly colored small paper envelopes depicting robust annual and perennial seeds and bushel baskets of healthy vegetables. Ah, the air is a little warmer, the showers bring fragrance detectable after a long winter and the garden bed is shouting that it needs attention. But don’t rush out to stock up on the four packs of beans, zucchini and marigolds. Many of the f...

  • Friends of Martinsburg Library Meet, Discuss Year's Activities

    Mar 30, 2023

    The Friends of the Martinsburg Community Library met on Tuesday, March 15, at the library. The Cove Book Club continues to meet on the second Tuesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. April’s selection is “Boys in the Boat” by Daniel James Brown. The list of books the group will be reading for the remainder of the year is available at the library. Friends Membership renewals have been sent out. Many have been returned with comments that they are willing to help with Friends activities. Local businesses have donated magazine subscriptions in the past...

  • Central Volleyball Starts Off Year With Losses

    Mar 30, 2023

    Central boys volleyball opened its season last week against two strong non-league opponents - Derry and Altoona - and came away with two losses. Derry visited Martinsburg on Tuesday and handed the Dragons a 3-0 loss. Sophomores Bryson Brooks and Logan Hummel led the Dragons with five kills and 10 assists, respectively. On Thursday, Central traveled to Altoona to face the Mountain Lions. Altoona also defeated the Dragons 3-0. "With no returning varsity players and several first-year players on...

  • Gojmerac 12u Bowling Champion

    Mar 30, 2023

    Colby Gojmerac of Roaring Spring recently won the 12u division of the District 3 Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships held at the Alpine Lanes in Washington, Pa. A total of 15 male athletes competed in the 12u division which encompasses all the southwest counties of Pennsylvania. With the victory, Gojmerac has qualified for the Pepsi State Championships to be held in Butler the second week of May. Gojmerac bowled game scores of 164, 167, and 214 to finish with a 545 series, beating the...

  • The Big Day

    RICHARD TATE|Mar 30, 2023

    Saturday (April 1) is "the big day" for trout fishermen. It is the opening day of the regular trout season and is the day that I believe more people are in Pennsylvania's outdoors than on any other day. All stocked trout waters have received their preseason allotments of legal-size trout from stockings by the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission and from cooperative hatcheries operated by sportsmen's clubs. There are more trout finning the waters of the state's trout streams on the opening day...

  • Lady Bulldogs Demolish Opponents

    Mar 30, 2023

    Claysburg-Kimmel's Zakera Bush hit a line drive to left center field and tried to turn it into a double but was tagged out by Bellwood second baseman London McKee Monday at Bellwood's field. C-K dominated Bellwood 18-0, marking their second win of the season and putting the Lady Bulldogs at 2-0....

  • Stormwater Issues Starting to be Resolved

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    Stormwater runoff and flooding issues in the borough have been the major topic of discussion at Hollidaysburg Borough Council meetings for months. Major action was taken at the March meeting when the council approved the purchase of 7.85 acres that is part of the former Stowell Farm to construct a stormwater basin. An appraisal was performed and the owner of the property is agreeable to the purchase of the property plus access and drainage easement to Bedford Street for the amount of the appraisal, which is $110,760. The agreement will be...

  • HACP Window Easter Egg Hunt Ongoing

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    The marketing committee of the Hollidaysburg Area Community Partnership (HACP) has been active in a number of events in March. The Leprechaun Scavenger Hunt ran March 1 through March 19. Promotions for the hunt were done on the Facebook page. The two winners received a gift card from the business of their choice. For the window Easter egg hunt, Marketing Director Alyssa Barilar will solicit businesses to participate. Participants will find the eggs in windows of businesses and be eligible to win a prize. Winners will be drawn randomly from the...

  • Hollidaysburg Parent Informs Council of Bullying Incident, Implores School District to Do More

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    During the public comment period of the Hollidaysburg Area School District Board of Directors committee of the whole meeting, parent Tony Luther spoke on school bullying. Luther said took him 11 months to be able to share his daughter’s story. He told the board that his 12-year-old daughter and several of her friends were constantly being bullied by the same boy in Hollidaysburg Foot of Ten Elementary School. He said that as a result of the constant bullying, his daughter did not want to go to school, had sleeping issues, and had to seek c...

  • Stolen Artifacts Returned to Blair County Historical Society

    ERIC SHIELDS, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    Dozens of artifacts stolen during the 1970s have been recovered and returned to the owning institutions. This includes the Blair County Historical Society. This was done through a repatriation ceremony on March 13. In December 2021, a federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania indicted Michael Corbett of Newark, Del., for possession of firearms and other items stolen from museums in the 1970s. In August 2022, Corbett pleaded guilty to the possession of stolen items transported...

  • Lakemont Interview Hiring Event Today

    Mar 30, 2023

    Lakemont Park will hold an open interview hiring event today, Thursday, March 30, 2023, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lakemont Park Administrative Office. Interviews will be held for food service, ride operators, and reception/office staff. Anyone 16 years of age or older is invited to stop in for an interview. The park asks that all applicants under the age of 18 bring their Worker’s Permit with them. They also ask that all applicants bring a photo ID and either their Social Security Card or birth certificate with them....

  • Fire Dept. Receives Donation from Martinsburg Church of the Brethren

    Mar 30, 2023

    Memorial Church of the Brethren presented the Martinsburg Volunteer Fire Company a donation that was part of a bequest from a longtime member who passed away in 2021. Shown is Darrell Smith, treasurer of Memorial COB, presenting the check to Fire Chief Randy Acker....

  • New Military Themed License Plates Now Available

    Mar 30, 2023

    New military themed license plates will be available throughout the commonwealth. Recently passed legislation allows the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to now offer Pennsylvanians’ license plates honoring military members and their families. Two of these new plates — the Air Medal license plate and the Afghanistan and Iraq Veterans license plate — recognize veterans’ special contributions during their service. “These plates are yet another opportunity to show our appreciation for the sacrifices of our military members and f...

  • DUI Task Force Announces Results

    Mar 30, 2023

    On Saturday, March 18, 2023, officers of the Blair County DUI Task Force made their presence known locally by conducting a DUI roving patrol. The following results are from the detail: • 147 individual contacts • 98 warnings issued for vehicle violations • 26 citations issued for vehicle violations • 2 DUI arrests • 2 misdemeanor arrests • 2 felony drug arrests • 2 wanted persons apprehended...

  • Blair Co. Historical Society Program To Visit Three Cove Libraries

    ERIC SHIELDS, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    Blair County Historical Society’s lecture series has officially started. The third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m., the society will host a lecture at the Railroaders Memorial Museum. The lecture series will be as follows: • April 19, 2023 – Altoona Area’s Forgotten Cemeteries, presented by Jim Snyder • May 17, 2023 – Blair County’s Fallen Soldiers: World War I to the Present-A Memorial Day Retrospective, presented by James Lowe • June 21, 2023 – Glen White: The Town that was forgotten in the Allegheny Mountains, presented by Kevin Stiv...

  • Thirteen CHS Students Participate in Annual Foreign Language Festival

    Mar 30, 2023

    The Spring Cove Education Association (SCEA) would like to bring updates of some of the many positive events that are taking place within our school district with which teachers are involved. In order to do so, we would like to sponsor this periodic article in The Morrisons Cove Herald in order to help you to be aware of these positive events. This column is sponsored by the SCEA. On Saturday, March 25, 2023, Central High School’s foreign language teachers Kevin Buynack and Louise Wilson took 13 students to the 32nd annual Foreign Language Fest...

  • Faith UMC Holds Spaghetti Dinner, Plans Summer Events

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Mar 30, 2023

    On March 26, Faith United Methodist Church, located at 133 Main Street, Woodbury, held a spaghetti dinner. "We wanted to connect to the community by having this free meal," Pastor Josh Tobias said. "Since COVID, there have not been many community dinners and we wanted to change this and give folks a place to come, eat and socialize." Monetary donations are accepted, and the funds collected will be divided between Meals on Wheels and the Woodbury Food Bank. On Sunday, April 2, the church will...

  • Egg-Cellent Way to Start Easter in the Cove

    Mar 30, 2023

    Emmanuel Baptist Church in Claysburg was full of children who came to participate in an Easter egg hunt on Saturday. More chances to hunt eggs will be all around the Cove in coming weeks. Check out the Cove Calendar on Page B-1 to find a few....

  • Claysburg Fire Co. Celebrates 80 Years

    Mar 30, 2023

    On March 11, 1943, two years before the end of World War II, a group of citizens met in a school gymnasium to elect officers and lay the foundation for the Claysburg Volunteer Fire Company. Until that day, the then nearly 140-year-old village relied on surrounding towns for fire protection This year marks the 80th anniversary of that first meeting and from its humble beginnings of one pumper truck housed in a garage owned by General Refractories, to its current fully equipped home along Dunnings...

  • Incumbents Burke And Webster Facing Challenges In Race For Blair County Commissioner

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Mar 30, 2023

    With Republican Bruce Erb not running for another term as Blair County Commissioner, there will be at least one new face at the commissioner’s table, but with all three seats up for election, that number could increase. Traditionally, Blair County voters have elected two Republicans and one Democrat to the board, and the May primary ballot reflects that trend with four Republican candidates vying for two seats and two Democrats seeking one seat. On the Democratic ticket, incumbent Laura Burke is seeking a second term. Burke is facing a c...

  • 'Once An Educator, Always An Educator'

    ANNE GRAY, For the Herald|Mar 30, 2023

    "Once an educator, always an educator" is a mantra that rings true for retired Spring Cove Elementary teachers Beth Hoover, Nellie Cowher, and Lori Gochnour, all of whom have returned to volunteer at the school in their retirement. The three teachers lend their time to fill a variety of needs several times per week, helping students one-on-one with reading, math, or anything else classroom teachers request. SCES Principal Adam Macak expressed sincere gratitude for the teachers and their work in...

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