LTI announces summer graduates
Laurel Technical Institute celebrated the graduation of its summer 2013 class at Hickory High School, Hermitage. Roberta McFarland, Patti J. Wolford and Jorrell J. Versase were recognized as valedictorians; and Christine Jean Wigton was recognized as salutatorian.
A Buhl retool
Tony Rogers doesn’t want to borrow someone else’s marketing slogan, nor does he want to step on a century of tradition.
But, the first-year director of the Buhl Community Recreation Center, Sharon, believes the sentiment is true – this is not your grandfather’s Buhl Club.
Things to do from Nov. 16, 2013
A list of things to do in the area.
Home for Holidays today
Olde Town Grove City’s holiday open house is from noon to 4 p.m. today, in the borough’s downtown.
- Things to do from Nov. 15, 2013
College president to speak on JFK
On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination, Grove City College President Richard G. Jewell, class of 1967, will offer his take on the crime of the century and what might have happened if John F. Kennedy hadn’t been killed that fateful day in Dallas.
- Things to do from Nov. 14, 2013
Things to do from Nov. 13, 2013
A compilation of programs and activities in the area
Community briefs for Nov. 11, 2013
Short stories of local community interest.
Thing to Do for Nov. 11, 2013
Events of interest to the community are published as space permits. Send written information to The Herald, Box 51, Sharon 16146 or e-mail: email@example.com. Information is not taken over the phone.
Students will read essays for Veterans Day
West Hill Elementary School, 301 Ellsworth St., Sharon, will hold a Veterans Day Program at 1:15 p.m. today.
Students from school will read these essays:
’Tis Better To Give
‘Tis better to give is a seasonal column published as space permits. Send written information to Nancy Ash, The Herald, Box 51 Sharon 16146.
‘All Aboard’ for annual bazaar, train display
A working train village in downtown Grove City set up annually for the holidays has grown this year – and will open to the public on Saturday.
Turning over a new leaf
Leaves and grass clippings in your backyard may seem unconnected to steak served in New York City and Boston.
Props have direct tie to ‘Menagerie’
Community theater groups take a lot of pride in the productions they put on, but you don’t often tout the props they use.
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