Veterans Day Performance harkens back to out tradition
It was small-town America on full display as members of several community groups came together to pay tribute to their friends and neighbors who served in the armed forces.
The idea to reinstitute a Veterans Day program came after the Titusville Summer Theater had to cancel its annual performance for the third year since the start of COVID.
“We still wanted to do something for the community. It’s been so long,” said Stephanie Cicero. She serves on the theater board, which sponsored the holiday performance and donated ticket sales to local veterans’ charities.
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The Corry Journal and the Sample News Group announced that they will be starting up a weekly newspaper to be delivered free to the Titusville and Hydetown zip codes. Read more, including the whole statement, here.
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Saddle Up: Pleasantville holding horse parade
It will be a holiday celebration of the four-legged kind as Pleasantville once again hosts the Christmas on Horseback parade at 1 p.m. Sunday, December 11.
All riders with horses, ponies, and mules are welcome to participate, according to Tara Nason. “Feel free to decorate your critters up for the holiday,” Nason wrote on Facebook. “We would also like the community to come out to watch the horse parade proceed through the town.”
Read more on the event in News From You.
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