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Published on March 16, 2022 at 11:37 am Catasauqua High School Digital Media Club is partnering with the Catasauqua Police Department and the Elevate Foundation to conduct a community giving campaign. Items collected will be used to make bags filled with fun activities and travel products for patients at Lehigh Valley Reilly Children’s Hospital. Items …

Cancer does not discriminate, but rather overwhelms people from all walks of life with financial, emotional, and physical stress. Students together against canceran organization at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was founded in 2012 with the hopes of “providing emotional and financial relief to local cancer patients,” according to its website. The organization offers STAC grants, …

Martin Miller talks about stamps. The first U.S. postage stamps were issued on March 3, 1847 by an act of Congress. This was the theme of the Columbia Philatelic Society’s winter stamp exhibit. Held February 19-20 at Spring Valley High School. The show brought over 150 philatelists from the Tri-State region to Colombia. Thirteen vendors …

The 2021 survey by the Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools (IARSS) and its educational and research partners shows what many people already know. The shortage of educators in Illinois is worse than ever. Student teacher Dashia Jones goes over a maths problem in Kelly Flamm’s fifth year class at Cobden Primary School on …

Superior: The Upper Public Library holds its weekly Lego Club from 4-6 p.m. The event is free, but participants are asked to wear a mask. Superior: The Upper Public Library Board meets at 5:00 p.m. in the Library Meeting Room, 1520 Tower Ave. Maple: The Old Brule Heritage Society General Meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. …

Please check with support groups to see if they meet in person, are canceled due to COVID-19, or meet online. Masks may be required to attend. Support group organizers can call (208) 848-2262 or email [email protected] to update a list. TOPS, a weight loss support group, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Church of God, 910 Sycamore St., …

No news posted on The ticker last year drew more social media reactions than the ousting of Ty Schmidt as executive director of Norte. Schmidt had founded the youth cycling nonprofit in 2013 and grown it into a multi-county force that has reached hundreds of children. His status as the leader and face of the …

Community Transit CEO Ric Ilgenfritz, top right, gives a virtual presentation of a VanGO van at the Foundation for Edmonds School District. The van will be used by students of the foundation-sponsored Work Experience and Assessment Program, which provides vocational assessment and work experience opportunities for high school students with disabilities. Community Transit awarded 12 …

When people hear “Boys & Girls Club,” they often think of “another great after-school program,” according to a leader in the organization. It’s a great thing to be known for, said Kirk Dominick, Interim President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of the Coastal Plain, but so much more is happening in the …

There is a wonderful organization in our country that I can support. If you don’t support them already, I want to encourage you to support them as well. This organization doesn’t have a lot of fanfare, it doesn’t have beauty pageants, doesn’t have TV specials, and as far as I know it doesn’t have any …

When people hear “Boys & Girls Club,” they often think of “another great after-school program,” according to a leader in the organization. It’s a great thing to be known for, said Kirk Dominick, Interim President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of the Coastal Plain, but so much more is happening in the …

WAUKESHA, WI— Three restaurants in Waukesha came together to raise $ 10,000 for two affected groups after a man walked through walkers and spectators, killing six people and injuring more than 60, Club 400 announced on Facebook . Club 400, Sobelman’s-Waukesha Pub & Grill, and The Estacion donated 50% of sales on Dec. 8 to …

The Elkford Project Society has a new plaque to raise awareness and commemorate the many cash donations it has distributed throughout the community since its inception in 1971. The plaque says that to date, $ 913,464.34 has been donated, including $ 158,747 in interest-free loans. According to longtime company secretary Carol Redhead, that total is …

Severe cramps. Vision coming out abundantly. Dehydration due to extreme blood loss. These are just a few of the symptoms of a painful flare-up of ulcerative colitis, a gastrointestinal illness. Ulcerative colitis and other similar illnesses can create particularly difficult health disparities for students. That’s why a UF student started a club called the Gastro …

MARLBOROUGH – Bob Kane was recently honored for his tireless work on behalf of the Brigham Family Trust. As trustee, curator and vice-president of the Marlborough Historical Society, Bob showed his love for Marlborough, both the city and its history. Bob Kane was recently honored for his work on behalf of the Brigham Family Trust. …

Can’t wait for Christmas? You’re not alone. This is why the revelers of Abbeville have something to celebrate. The Christmas parade will begin at 11 a.m. on December 11. As of Friday, up to 30 attendees had registered, including Abbeville High School cheerleaders, the American Legion, Abbeville Baptist Church, WCTEL and Commercial Printing. And of …

ORGANIZATIONS Fredonia Lions Club FREDONIA – The Fredonia Lions Club, along with families and friends, kicked off the Christmas season with a rally Wednesday at the Presbyterian Church in Fredonia. The evening began with a performance of the Christmas season by the Mercer Show Choir, which has performed in recent years for the Lion’s Christmas …

Due to his experiences when he was younger, Tim Behling founded SUCCESSTEAM, a non-profit organization specializing in the educational development of young people, in 2015. “I understood that I had to give people the same thing that I needed which is an opportunity – a leadership opportunity, a development opportunity and access to things that …

The club multiplies the donations Photo: contributed Armstrong Community Garden Coordinator Rea Smith and volunteer Marlene accept a check from Armstrong Garden Club President Glenn Gytenbeek. Donations to local groups have sprouted from the Armstrong Garden Club. Seasonal donations arrived at the start of the year as the club distributed funds to support local food-related …

Bloomfield High School Thespian Society is performing their fall play, “Stage Door”, produced and directed by Brandon E. Doemling at the Bloomfield High School auditorium on November 18, 19 and 20 at 7:00 PM. Scenography by Ralph Turano. Lighting design by Jonas Reeder. Costume design by Katherine Martinez and Liz Mcartney and Props Mistress Bret …

Students at Tonasket Primary School have created a tribute wall for Veterans Day. Tonasket School District | Facebook Area schools, veterans groups and community organizations hold various Veterans Day celebrations, although not all school events are open to the public. Concerns over COVID-19 mean some schools are holding student-only assemblies. brewer Brewster Middle School and …

The Ithaca College Public and Community Health Student Association (PCHSA) is on track to become a club again after its official status expired last year. In the 2020-2021 academic year, the official status of the organization expired because upper class members and board members graduated, and the organization no longer had the 10 active members …

Inaction when faced with an allegation of sexual assault Chicago Blackhawks organization 20-year-old Kyle Beach filed a complaint against the team in May 2021, alleging he was sexually assaulted by the team’s video coordinator in May 2010, then that the team was involved in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Senior Blackhawks management, including its president, general …

The members of the Kennebec Historical Society of Augusta recently elected Jamie Carter Logan of Augusta as president. Logan, 35, a freelance writer and consultant, replaces Patsy Garside Crockett, also of Augusta, who has stepped down after four years in office. Mark Laney of Winthrop was elected Treasurer, succeeding Doreen Harvey, also of Winthrop. Kent …

Executive Judge Curtis Dame has received an appointment to serve on the board of trustees of the Kentucky Historical Society (KHS). “I was very touched that my name was submitted for inclusion on (the nominations),” Dame said. The board is currently chaired by Governor Andy Beshear as chancellor and former LaRue County executive judge Tommy …

With ghosts and goblins ready to step out for Halloween, Vicksburg’s comedy community will be offering a bit of magic all their own. The Vicksburg Theater Guild presents “Young Frankenstein” at the Parkside Playhouse Theater, 101 Iowa Ave. and the Westside Theater Foundation presents “The Rocky Horror Show” at the Strand Theater, 717 Clay St. …

Twenty local Girl Scouts attended a meeting at Rotary Park on October 6th. Girls of different ages enjoyed getting to know each other, playing volleyball and playing “icebreaker” bingo. The ages ranged from kindergarten to eighth grade. “One thing we saw was how much these little girls loved spending time with the big girls. This …