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The Blue Ridge School District cheered its volunteers at the School Board meeting on April 14th. Several years ago the Board created a volunteer citizen recognition certificate, but that award disappeared some time ago. More recently, Elementary School Principal Robert Dietz announced the Pride & Promise awards, based on an initiative of the Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) that seeks to honor citizen service to public schools.
The first recipients of the Pride & Promise certificate from Blue Ridge board President Alan Hall were Phyllis Caffrey, Jan Reed and Rick Ainey, all of whom were present to accept their awards.
The Oakland Township Supervisors met for their regular monthly meeting on Saturday, April 12 with all present.
Supervisor/secretary Cy Cowperthwait reported that the annual liquid fuels fund audit had been completed, with "A 1" results.
Activity reports included the townships amusement tax; Mr. Cowperthwait reported that one business is not up to date, as no report has been received since November, and its annual permit had not been renewed. After some discussion, it was agreed to take no action for the time being, although a letter will be sent to the business owners requesting that reports be brought up to date.
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