Summer is a carefree time of the year. Many teenagers spend their summer months having a blast with friends. However, there can be a dark side to these carefree feelings. 1 in 5 women will be raped in her lifetime, and a third of those were assaulted between the ages of 11-17.
If you are a vendor with handmade and hand decorated crafts or homemade baked goods, please plan on participating in the 4th of July Craft Show in Brockway from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For an application with all the details, check out BROCKWAYFOURTH.com or call Lisa at 814-591-0191 or Cindy at 814-590-6061.
Don’t miss these upcoming DuBois Area Historical Society activities!
April 19 – Guest speaker, Dick Castonguay, “The Victorian Internet,” E. D. Reitz Museum, 7 p.m.
April 23 – Dining for a cause at Luigi’s Ristorante (a percentage of the days profits will be donated to the Society), 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
May 13 – 10th Annual Spring Walk, CCC Trail, Parker Dam State Park, 10 a.m.
May 17 – Dining for a cause at Italian Oven,
Support your favorite animal organization just by walking your dog! The Gateway Humane Society in Falls Creek encourages you to sign up for WoofTrax to earn donations for the animal shelter.
Download the free app at www.wooftrax.com, then choose to walk for the Gateway Humane Society or any other animal organization that is close to your heart. Add a dog as your walking companion (or you can walk with Cassie, the virtual dog, or a dog from your local shelter or walk in memory of a dog you loved).
The Salvation Army of DuBois Community Food Bank needs volunteers in the food bank! You could help make a difference here in your community.
The Salvation Army of DuBois Community Food Bank is looking for food bank sorters, cleaners, and people to help with trucks or trailers.
For more information, please call 371-5320 and ask for Major Jerry Stinson.
PASSAGES is your local agency committed to helping victims of sexual violence. We could not fulfill this mission without our Direct Service Volunteers!
Our volunteers help victims become survivors by accompanying them to the emergency room or police station.
Take the first step to becoming a volunteer! Contact PASSAGES, Inc. at 1-800-793-3620.
If you or someone you know is unemployed, underemployed, or just having a hard time making the transition into today’s job market, Community Action, Inc.’s New Choices Career Development workshops will help!
Workshops are FREE and provide training in the following: computer skills; career assessment and exploration; job search and readiness; stress reduction and time management; development of self-esteem and confidence; and the establishment of goals, resume preparation, and interview skills.
Celebrate Recovery – a group designed to help those struggling with hurts, hang-ups and habits – provides meetings at various locations each week.
The DuBois Celebrate Recovery group meets every Monday from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. at 49 W. Long Ave, by Abba’s Coffee House.
The Clearfield Celebrate Recovery group meets every Wednesday from 5:30 until 8 p.m. at 3055 Park Place Suite 100, next to Buck’s Pizza.
Looking to adopt a new furry friend? Gateway Humane Society in Falls Creek has plenty of animals who would love to be a part of your home.
Can’t adopt a pet? You can still help out the Gateway Humane Society by donating items year-round for the summer garage sales. Items can be dropped off at the shelter during normal business hours.
For more information about adopting or donating, visit the Gateway Humane Society website.
Because cancer has touched so many lives in the Dubois Area, Rosie’s Book Shoppe and Amy Yarn Boutique have started a drive to collect chemo caps for the Hahne Cancer Center.
If you are knitter or crochet person, please think about whipping up a few of these caps. If you need directions or yarn, they have it available.
Please stop at Rosie’s Book Shoppe at 323 Midway Drive next to Dan’s Pro Shop.