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Overcoming fear of Autism, family turns to development center

December 12, 2010 The telephone call came late one afternoon. A very distraught mother had just been given the news that everything was pointing toward a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder for her so. more »»

LCUW campaign chairman weighs in

December 11, 2010 Prior to and during my tenure at Hope Enterprises, Inc., I have had the utmost respect for the consistent support Lycoming County United Way has provided for the human service network of our county. more »»

YMCA head shares a success story

December 11, 2010 I’ve worked for the YMCA locally now for four years, and in the Y in various states for 25 years, and I am still surprised by some of the great things that happen at the YMCA, many of which would no... more »»

Aktion Club meeting is unlike other civic clubs

November 28, 2010 The meeting started like many other civic group meetings: The president of the club rang a small bell to get everyone’s attention and announced, “We call this meeting to orde. more »»

Donating is about giving from the heart

November 22, 2010 Without a single message attached, the plain white hand addressed envelope reached its destination at the Lycoming County United Way office. more »»

Volunteer believes that ‘attitude is everything’

November 14, 2010 Sixty-nine-year-old Donovan “Don” Shultz began volunteering with Meals-On-Wheels in the eastern part of Lycoming County in 2004. more »»

When it’s prepared with love, food tastes better

November 7, 2010 Does food prepared with love taste better? Yes. Just ask the many folks who sampled the amazing desserts prepared for Albright LIFE’s second Dessert Tasting to benefit Lycoming County United Wa. more »»

‘My parents always insisted the little ones come first’

November 3, 2010 I have many fond memories from growing up on a dairy farm. One that made a big impression on my life was when we sat down at the table for a meal, the children’s plates were filled firs. more »»

For women among violence, YWCA offers Wise Options

October 24, 2010 Think of your family, friends, neighbors, acquaintances and co-worker. more »»

City resident gets support at Hope Enterprises

October 17, 2010 Thirty-four-year old city resident Scott Troisi gets up and goes to work at 8 a.m. Monday through Friday like most of u. more »»

Providing early childhood care is a United Effort

October 10, 2010 In addition to being the true harbinger of fall, October brings with it a wide variety of callings. more »»

North Central Sight Services maintains watch on those who need its assistance

October 3, 2010 Leona is an independent 92 year old who has lived with age-related macular degeneration for the past 15 year. more »»

Real estate transfers

October 3, 2010 The following real estate transactions, listed by community, have been filed at the Lycoming County Court­house: Williamsport • Susquehanna Bank to Michael C. Philbin, $245,000, 115 Guinter Ave. more »»

Paying tribute to a late community philanthropist

September 26, 2010 “Live United” trumpets the campaign theme of this fall’s Lycoming County United Way fundraising appeal. But in reality, “Live United” is much more than a catchy slogan or advertising message. more »»

Jersey Shore YMCA program changes young lives

September 19, 2010 Tyler Confair started coming to the Jersey Shore Branch YMCA at just 8 years old. more »»

The Learning Center provides adult literacy, changes lives

September 12, 2010 Fifty-year-old Lillie Ch­an­dler, of Williamsport, came to The Learning Center reading at just a fourth-grade level last year. more »»

Roadwork scheduled for 5 counties this week

September 12, 2010 PennDOT listed the following maintenance activities for next week: Lycoming • Patching on Route 287 in Cogan House and Mifflin townships on Monday, on Route 2001 on Elmsport Road in Clinton and... more »»

Student finds success, support at The Center

September 5, 2010 Eight-year-old “Michael” is a student in the After-School Prog­ram at The Cam­­pbell Stre­et C­o­mm­­­u­nity Cen­ter, 600 Cam­p­bell St. more »»

2 community leaders volunteer to head campaign

August 29, 2010 Meeting the growing human service needs of Lycoming County residents is no small task. It requires tremendous effort, monumental teamwork and sincere dedication to the community. more »»

Emergency assistance helps mother and young daughter

August 15, 2010 In 2009, “Sue” began losing her balance and suspected a tragic diagnosis like the one she had watched her father struggle with when she was a child. more »»

 
 
 

 

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