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Originally scheduled as a workshop, the second meeting of the Blue Ridge School Board for October was turned into a business session, with a full agenda – including an addendum. A brief workshop was appended to the end, following a breather for pizza and Halloween cupcakes.
Among a few routine personnel actions, the Board made a couple of adjustments in kindergarten staff, extending the hours of Cara Goff and Lisa Welch to fill in some gaps.
The Great Bend Borough Council covered a broad agenda at its meeting on the first of November, and ended on a happy note, anticipating a holiday celebration in December. The borough will sponsor a bonfire, complete with hot chocolate and cookies, beginning at 7:00 p.m. on December 15, at Memorial Park. The family event will help the little town celebrate the season as a community.
And such parties are insured, it turns out. The meeting began with a discussion of the borough's insurance coverage with B. J. Giangiulio, representing the town's insurance broker, H. A. Thompson. Mr. Giangiulio told council that small events like the winter bonfire are covered under the borough's policy.
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