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Stackpole-Hall, 4-H collaborate on youth program

January 5, 2012

A grant through the Stackpole-Hall Foundation has initiated an out-of-school youth program to be carried out by a collaboration with the Ridgway YMCA and the Elk County 4-H Program.
The 4-H program will open the door for Elk County children between the ages of eight and 18 years old to learn leadership, teamwork and other valuable skills that will encourage them to be proactive forces within the community.
According to 4-H Out-Of-School Programs Coordinator Jody Johnson, the program will focus on a variety of STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering and Math] activities.

Supervisors appoint delegates

January 5, 2012

The Ridgway Township Supervisors held a reorganizational meeting Tuesday afternoon to appoint officials.
Ridgway Township Supervisor John Gardner was reelected as chairman.
Newly elected supervisor Rick Glover was appointed as vice chairman. Glover replaced supervisor Sarah Dickinson, who first joined the board on July 21, 2003.
Milly Bowers was reappointed as secretary and treasurer.
Jim DeVittorio will serve as solicitor.
Supervisors voted in favor of appointing Frank Ferragine as zoning officer and Denise Casilio as assistant code enforcement and junkyard officer.

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