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Employees of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County donated their prize winnings from the Waynesburg Light-Up Night Window Decorating Contest to Corner Cupboard Food Bank. The window, featuring a rustic country Christmas scene, placed second in the judging competition an…

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For the 10th consecutive year, Fayette County Cattlemen’s Association donated $500 to the Fayette County Toys for Tots program. President Harry Dice stated, “We are happy to make this contribution to help those in need during this holiday season. The money we raise is thanks to our community…

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Washington City Mission worked hard all December long to create positive and memorable Christmas experiences, where each person feels loved and cared for. Pictured: Dave (left) and Mike (right), both City Mission residents, put up a Christmas tree in the chapel.

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Fayette Board of Realtors announced 2020 officers and directors. Pictured are (from left) Directors: Bruce Roby, Jacqueline Fiano, Shannon Muma-Wallace. Officers: Secretary/Treasurer Joseph DeClemente, Vice President Lisa Myers, President Laurie Hensel and District 10 Vice President Preston Moore.

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Daycare Echo Child Development Center owned by Carol Dzavan in Connellsville collected and donated nonperishable food to Connellsville Area Community Ministries. Pictured are (from left) back: Zoey Heitger, Nolan Brooks, Parker Baird, Brooklynn Dean, Braid Stout; middle: Beau Blackstone, Myl…

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Dunbar Township Tax Office provided over 300 cookies to all three food banks located in Dunbar Township. Over $90 was donated throughout the year from taxpayers to help with the Christmas Cookie Drive. Volunteers this year are (from left) Greyson Gida, 2, of Connellsville; Marigrace Butela, …

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St. Sebastian Regional Catholic School in North Belle Vernon again teamed up with Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services Connect to collect Christmas gifts for more than 150 children in need throughout Washington, Greene and Westmoreland counties. The Bus to Bethlehem list contained the na…

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Cali Leichliter, a fifth grade student at Conn-Area Catholic School in Connellsville, is shown with New Haven Hose Co. Fire Chief Jeff Layton (right) and Sparky the Fire Dog (Michelle Layton) as Leichliter was a second place fifth grade winner in the Fayette County Firemen’s Association Fire…

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The Admissions department of Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus in Lemont Furnace introduced a new event for college-prepared students to explore academic programs and careers in the field of health sciences. Health Science Days featured sessions on nursing, physical therapy assistant, bi…

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In recognition and appreciation of his generous and continued support in helping establish the Pennsylvania State Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8543 Band in North Union Township, the band recently presented Allen Q. Jones with a plaque. Jones, a World War II veteran and member of VFW Post 21…

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Nine local children won prizes as part of the annual GreeneScene Christmas coloring contest, sponsored by First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County. Pictured with their winning entries and First Federal of Greene County President Judi Goodwin Tanner and CEO/Secretary Charle…

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Savannah Santore, Aubrey Chesnut and Morgan Chesnut pose with the reindeer headbands they made at Uniontown Public Library’s Story Time Reindeer Event. For more information about the library’s preschool programs, contact the Uniontown Public Library at 724-437-1165.

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced officers for 2019-20. Pictured are (from left) row one: Harold Whyel, treasurer, Point Marion VFD; Jack Lawver, president, Brownsville North Side; Edward Zadylak, chaplain, New Haven Hose Co.; second row: Sherri Eley, second vice president, F…

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced winners of its annual essay contest for youths in fifth through eighth grade in Fayette County schools that used the theme “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape; Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Awards were presented at the the annual banquet, hosted …

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced winners of its annual essay contest for youths in fifth through eighth grade in Fayette County schools that used the theme “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape; Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Awards were presented at the the annual banquet, hosted …

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced winners of its annual essay contest for youths in fifth through eighth grade in Fayette County schools that used the theme “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape; Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Awards were presented at the the annual banquet, hosted …

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced winners of its annual essay contest for youths in fifth through eighth grade in Fayette County schools that used the theme “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape; Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Awards were presented at the the annual banquet, hosted …

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced winners of its annual essay contest for youths in fifth through eighth grade in Fayette County schools that used the theme “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape; Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Awards were presented at the annual banquet, hosted by P…

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced winners of its annual essay contest for youths in fifth through eighth grade in Fayette County schools that used the theme “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape; Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Awards were presented at the the annual banquet, hosted …

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Fayette County Firefighters Association announced winners of its annual essay contest for youths in fifth through eighth grade in Fayette County schools that used the theme “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape; Plan and Practice Your Escape.’’ Awards were presented at the the annual banquet, hosted …

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Five generations of the Puscian family recently gathered for a photo. They include Dolores Puscian, 94, of Footedale, center, holding Bryce Workman, infant, of Brownsville. They are surrounded by (from left) Crystal Haynesworth of Fairbank, Janet Lemansky of Footedale and Taylor Workman of B…

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Fayette Veterans Advocacy Association presented donations to local organizations that help veterans causes. Pictured are (from left) Patty Stavish presenting checks to Larry Stavish, representing AMVETS Post 103 in Hopwood; Brenda Moats, president, AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Post 103; Bill Evan…

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Uniontown High School Class of 1964 held its 55th-anniversary class reunion at George C. Marshall AMVETS Post 103 in Hopwood. Pictured are (from left) row one: Whitman “Butch’’ Evans, Warren Nielsen, Jerry Petrucci, Bob Guthrie, Rick Brown, Wayne Port; row two: Tony Mercadante, Patty Pindroc…

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Uniontown High School Class of 1958 held a joint reunion at Duck Hollow Banquet Hall and Ramada Inn with the Class of 1959 to celebrate their 60-plus reunion. Pictured are (from left) floor: Bud Springer, John Radolec, Joe Georgiana and Bob Lovis; seated: Ed Spock, Paul Serafin, Tim Duritsa,…

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Mountain Warriors, a nonprofit organization, held its Fourth Quarter Auction at the Farmington fire hall and donated the funds to women in their community fighting cancer. The Warriors thanked businesses, family and friends for donations. This will be a yearly event to Fight Cancer One Quart…