Community Calendar

WWCB AM 1370  Kickin Country Community Calendar

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CORRY NON PROFITS  PARTICIPATING IN ERIE GIVES  !!!!!

Many thanks to Shelby Scouten with the Corry Community Foundation, for her comprehensive list of local nonprofits participating tomorrow in Erie Gives. All of those listed below are members of our Chamber, and we’re honored and proud to support them.

 

Erie Gives is tomorrow! Our Corry nonprofits participating:

*Corry Area Arts Council – providing art appreciation, music and theatre events to Corry
*Corry Area Historical Society – preserving Corry’s history for generations to come
*Corry Community Foundation – Providing funding to Corry nonprofits along with savings and investment planning
*Corry Elementary PTO – Serving each and every CASD student and teacher with educational events, assemblies and fun activities
*Corry Higher Education Council – Promoting lifelong learning to Corry residents
*Corry Industrial Benefit Association – Countering community deterioration through economic development
*Corry Public Library – Enriching the lives of Corry’s citizens through literacy development, lifelong learning, community involvement and programming. Get Your Geek On!
*Corry Rotary Club – An international organization of leaders providing humanitarian service through local community projects
*Hope Ministry – Serving Corry’s youth by providing a safe space for study and socialization, encouraging healthy eating habits, civic responsibility, and academic support
*Impact Corry – Winterfest, Farmer’s Market, Mission Main Street, pass through for organizations who don’t carry 501c3 status and other projects for the betterment and beautification of Corry
*LECOM Corry Memorial – A state-of-the-art medical center featuring advanced medical technologies & services for patients & families
*LifeCare – A Christian pro-life pregnancy center proclaiming the Gospel, offering abstinence education & support to those experiencing challenges of pregnancy, abortion and adoption
*Love INC – Connecting people in need with gap ministries (personal care, furniture and appliances, personal needs, school backpacks, baby clothing, linens and wood for heating), financial education, Bible study, prayer and support
*Mead Park – 48 wooded acres in the heart of Corry for picnics, hiking, sporting events and youth fishing
*Safe Journey – Empowering, self-direction, safety and justice for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence
*Saint Thomas Church – Provides a spiritual home for liturgy, faith formation and service to fulfill the mandate of Jesus Christ to “Do this in memory of me”
*YMCA of Corry – Promoting healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. Our local YMCA’s community outreach is endless

These worthy organizations are what makes Corry a great city, supporting them benefits everyone. A donation of $25.00 will receive a prorated match from a $325,000 matching pool ($315,00 in sponsorships +$10,000 from Corry Community Foundation!)

www.eriegives.org

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2017-Corry-Area-Ministerium-Association-Golf-Tournament

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CORRY SKEET TEAM   NATIONAL CHAMPS!!!

Huge Kickin Country Congrats Goes To Corry Skeet Team

National Champions

 

From left to right:
Chuck Gates – Vice President
John Maker – handing check to Sherry Anderson
Jim Ross – Treasurer
Woman is Sherry Anderson
Skeet members are:
Michael Dietz
Logan Muir
Brady Bowen
William Mitchell
Dillon Cross

 

 

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2017  Christmas In July   Hare Creek Campgrounds

See Our Photo Gallery Below

Photo Credits: Ruth Muellieur

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On Tuesday, August 1st 2017, neighborhoods throughout Union City are being invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “34th Annual National Night Out” (NNO) crime and drug prevention event.

National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW), now involves over 37.8 million people and 16,124 communities  from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities, and military bases around the world.

National Night Out is designed to: (1) Heighten crime and drug-prevention awareness; (2) Generate support for, and participate in, local anti crime efforts; (3) Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and (4) Send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

From 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on August 1st, the Union City Police Department is encouraging residents in neighborhoods throughout Union City and across the nation to lock their doors, turn on their outside lights to show their support for this event and to spend the evening outside with their neighbors, community groups, public safety officers, and their City Officials.

The Union City Police Department and Alameda County Fire Department will be hosting large block parties at four parks (listed below) in Union City. Each location will have activities, music, food and entertainment. Come meet your city council members, Union City Police command staff and city officials! There will be demonstrations from UCPD SWAT, K-9, Traffic (motorcycle unit) and Paramedics Plus.

UCPD National Night Out event locations:

  • Veterans Memorial Park (4525 Dyer Street)
  • Accinelli Park (33104 Navarro Drive)
  • 10th Street (10th Street and I Street)
  • Town Estates Park (2438 Andover Drive)

It’s a wonderful opportunity for communities nationwide to promote police-community partnerships, crime prevention, and neighborhood camaraderie.

While the one night is certainly not an answer to crime, drugs and violence, National Night Out represents the kind of spirit, energy and determination to help make neighborhoods a safer place year round.

Please contact Community Resource Coordinator Crystal Raine at 510.675.5284 if you have additional questions about the event.

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22nd Annual  Hubert Vaughn Memorial Scolarship  Fly In/Cruise In/ Drive In Breakfast

Sunday  July 23rd  2017  From  8AM to 12 Noon.

The Corry Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions Clubs are sponsoring the Breakfast to Raise Funds for College Scholarships.

Listen Below as WWCB’s  William Hayes Interviews the Coordinator  Dick Farver

 

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Findley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce

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Visit Findley Lake:

Planning a day in Findley Lake? Check out our member lisitings to find activities, dining spots, shopping destinations, and other local attractions. Also be sure to check out our Events page to see what’s going on during your visit!

Become a Chamber Member:

It’s easy to become a member of the Findley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. Enjoy publicity and many other benfits for your business when you join today. To learn more, click here.

Findley Lake Area Chamber of Commerce
Phone: 716.769.7609
Mail: P.O. Box 211
Findley Lake, NY 14736

Email the Chamber

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SAVE THE DATE!!!! GARDEN TOUR!!!!

 

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Summer Concert

Saturday  July 29th

Spartansburg Fairgrounds

Spartansburg, Pa.

Concert Starts At 1:00 Pm.

Chicken BBQ & Ox Roast Dinners Available

11:30 to 1:30

Camping Sites Available on  Fairgrounds

For Info Call 814 882 0351

Free admission

 

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Corry Farmers Market

Located On The 300 Block Of  North Center St. in Corry, Pa.

 

This weekly event starts Friday June 24th and continues into the Fall.  If you haven’t attended the Corry Farmer’s Market you don’t know what you are missing! Every week you can browse an assortment of locally farmed vegetables, fruits, honey, eggs and meat. There is usually a unique blend of products from local craftsmen/women. You will enjoy the shady comfort of the city park while being entertained by the very talented musicians that perform in the gazebo.

Another Vendor.   FarmFresh Produce

Flowers From  Scouten’s Greenhouse.   Owner Bill Scouten

Beautiful Fern from Scoutens Greenhouse

Corry Farmers Market Manager  JEAN VAN TASSELL , with WWCB’s  William Hayes

 

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HareCreek Campgrounds Scedule Of Events

 

JULY

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA

July 1st

  • Kid’s Craft.

  • Pot Luck Dinner.

  • Bingo.

July 2nd

  • Kid’s Patriotic Bike Parade.  Prize for best decorated bike.  Small prize for each child.

July 3rd

  • Kid’s Coin Dive in Swimming Pool

July 4th

  • Buffet Breakfast $.

July 8th

  • Free Ice Cream Sundaes for All Registered Campers.

July 15th

  • Water Games.  Be prepared to get wet.

July 22nd

  • Corn Hole Games.

CHRISTMAS IN JULY

July 28th

  • Site Decorating Contest (Prizes awarded Saturday for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place for most Christmas Spirit, Outside judges, Must register entry).  Free Popcorn, Candy Canes, and Santa Sightings.

  • 4th Annual Drive thru to view the Christmas lights.  Raffle Drawings for gift certificates and other activities.  All Donations will go to the Shriner’s Transportation Fund.

July 29th

  • CHRISTMAS DINNER, We provide the Meat, bring a dish to pass.  Santa will be here.  Gift exchange for those Who want to participate.  Santa sightings.

  • 4th Annual Drive thru to view the Christmas lights.  Raffle Drawings for gift certificates and other activities.  All Donations will go to the Shriner’s Transportation Fund.

AUGUST

August 5th

  • Chocolate Mania.

*Camper Appreciation Weekend*

August 12th

  • Hot Dogs and Corn on us. Bring a Dish to Pass. Free to All Registered Campers. Visitors/Guests of Campers Must Make Reservation and Pay $.

  • Free Chinese Auction, Buy Extra Tickets $ Donated to Corry Area Food Pantry Plus Receive Extra Ticket for Each Item Donated to Food Pantry.

August 19th

  • Bingo.

August 26th

  • WINE & CHEESE Night – Bring Your Favorite Wine or Cheese to Share.

SEPTEMBER

Labor Day Weekend

September 2nd

  • Corn Hole Games.

  • Bingo.

September 3rd

  • Kid’s Candy Bingo.

  • Dance.

September 4th

  • Breakfast $.

September 9th

  • SOUPie Supper.

Note: There are Free Barrel Train Rides Every Weekend for the Kids.

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Volleyball Court, Horse Shoe Pits, Basketball Hoop, Yacht Playground and Game Room Available for Our Guest’s Fun.

Times, changes, updates etc., for the events will be posted on the bulletin board outside the store office, our website, and on FaceBook. Please check for any changes. An event could be cancelled if not enough interest or other conditions don’t allow.

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Please Note: There is no smoking or pets in any campground building or pool area.  Please dispose cigarette butts in proper receptacles located throughout campground.  We work hard to keep a clean campground and appreciate your help in maintaining it for all to enjoy.  More.

$ Means “A Fee Will be Charged”.

 

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