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Stoltz Auto Group recently presented a check for more than $6,000 to the DuBois United Way. From left are: Todd Stoltz, Emily Youngdahl, Barry Miller, Herm Suplizio, Denny Green, Pete Fairman, Shawn Schaffer and Ron Wagner.


The Brockway Center for Arts and Technology recently held an artist reception for students involved in the summer Yellowstone Forever Program. Students created artwork based on their experiences with the trip, as well as a collaborative poem and writing assignment. The artwork can be seen at BCAT for the remainder of the year. From left are: Samantha Vida, Salem Murray, Katie Baker, Alaina Smith, teaching artist Liana Agnew, teaching artist Christian McAlee, Ellen Gankosky, Devin Snyder and John Buchanan.


On Sunday, Nov.12, boys from Reynoldsville Cub Scout Pack 72, and a girl from local Reynoldsville Girl Scout Brownie Troop assisted the American Legion in Reynoldsville with their Veterans Dinner program.


Brockway Elementary’s October Students of the Month, from left, are: Kiera Myers, Kyra Commons, Kaylee Porrin, Jorden Sanchez, Soraya Manno, Rylee Kulbatsky and Leona Calhoun.


From left are: Brenda Quairiere and Brenda Bennett of Transportation Solutions alongside Jodi August, president of the DuBois Rotary Club. Transportation Solutions is a PennDOT certified third party testing agent and can administer the non-commercial driving skills test to the general public.


Andy Schlimm visited the St. Marys Rotary Club and talked about beer making and home brewing. Schlimm is a member of the Elk County Home Brewers Group. He was the guest of Rotarian Russ Hanes and is shown with Hanes and club president Amy Popielski.


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Pictured are honored guests at Jeff Tech’s Veterans Day program. Front row: Sykesville American Legion Ladies Auxiliary members, from left: Ange Siple, Mona Dixon, Jane Dixon, Rita Grasso, Michele Dixon; back row: Dave Beamer, Richard Hoare, John Cooke, Kevin Kennedy, and Bob Siple.


At the Brockway Presbyterian Church, several members of the Brockway Area Jr. Sr. High School robotics team, “Dragon Quenchers,” presented material, answered questions, demonstrated their robot’s capabilities and encouraged audience participation while scouts earned the “Showcasing Robots” badge. Pictured, from left, top row, are: Emily Koehler, Girl Scout leader, Kate Freemer, Girl Scout assistant leader, Bryce Zimmerman, David Nagele, Elijah Shifter and members of Girl Scout Brownie Troop 26103, Brockway Area Service Unit; middle row: Addison, Abby, Mikaya, Grace, Baylee; front row: Savannah, Katarina, Joshua (Cub Scout), Kelsey Jo, and Bailee.


Community volunteers and members of the Falls Creek Fire Department and the Falls Creek Park and Recreation Board packed more than 300 treat bags for distribution at the annual Halloween Parade on Oct. 31.