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Kersey resident selected for cow tag in elk license drawing

September 15, 2011

HARRISBURG – After being shut out for the past two years, an Elk County resident was finally selected in this year's elk license drawing, which was held by the Pennsylvania Game Commission at the main headquarters in Harrisburg on Wednesday afternoon. The drawing was originally scheduled to be held on Friday, Sept. 9, but was delayed due to flooding in the Harrisburg area.
As has been the case since the event was moved back to Harrisburg, the drawing was broadcast via live video feed on the Game Commission's website.

Teacher shares her love for reading

September 15, 2011

JOHNSONBURG – Kristine Breindel, the new Title I reading teacher at Johnsonburg Elementary School, can truly share her love for reading with her students because she says she truly does love to read.
“I realize this sounds cliché but I truly do love to read,” Breindel said. “My family always comments on how I spend my spare time reading.”
Breindel enjoys teaching because she gets to help her students with a meaningful task.
“I enjoy being there each day to work with the students in order to provide reading and writing support in a relevant and meaningful way,” said Breindel.

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