The family of Marie Reilly, who will celebrate her 90th birthday on Sept. 22, is hosting a card shower for the independent spirit and natural artist who loves cardinals, her church and all things Irish.

Dear Annie: I had two brothers die within a year of each other. One was 53, and the other was 62. They were my only remaining siblings. They resided in Ohio, and I live in Arizona. I had to plan both funerals by myself and clean out and sell whatever I could of their homes and possessions.

The Farmers Market Nutrition Program is winding down for the season. Anyone interested in getting vouchers for locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables is encouraged to act soon.

PITTSBURGH – Highmark Inc. is sending cloth face coverings to Direct Pay Medicare member in Pennsylvania and West Virginia as part of its 1 million face coverings initiative.

SHARON – Penn State Shenango will launch four new majors to prepare students for local, state and national occupational demands. Corporate communications, criminal justice, cybersecurity analytics and operations, and health policy and administration will join Shenango’s offerings starting in…

MERCER – The 2019-2020 Mercer Hi-Times yearbooks have arrived. Graduates can pick up their books in the greeter’s office of the high school.

GROVE CITY — The Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV is accepting applications for emergency day-to-day substitute teachers at schools for the 2020-21 school year in Butler, Lawrence and Mercer counties.

MERCER – There will be an online ‘Meet and Greet’ with current master gardeners at 6 p.m. on Sept. 10 to answer questions about becoming a Penn State Master Gardener and the application process.

GROVE CITY – Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty has announced the establishment of the President’s Advisory Council on Diversity to further the college’s efforts in the promotion of a diverse learning community at Grove City College.

NEW WILMINGTON – Westminster College has been awarded a $210,000 grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation designed to help the college reopen safely and expand its virtual learning capabilities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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