Lancer Letter – Homecoming Memories

Lancer Letter – Homecoming Memories

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District There is an image in my head and a spirit in my soul which I hope are not soon forgotten. The image is from this past Friday night. Following the football game, the annual ritual of introducing the court and naming of the king and queen took place. […]

Daniel Robert Lee Sr

Daniel Robert Lee Sr

Daniel Robert Lee Sr., age 70, of Edinboro, passed away peacefully at his home on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 after a courageous battle with cancer. Born and raised in Oil City, PA, he was one of two sons of the late Charles and Mildred Hoover Lee, born on August 22, 1947. Lee, Daniel After graduating […]

Zelma Ann (Peterson) Loop

Zelma Ann (Peterson) Loop

Zelma Ann (Peterson) Loop, 87, of Edinboro, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 at Edinboro Manor after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Drakes Mills, PA on November 24, 1929, the daughter of the late Walter L. and Hazel Peterson. Zelma previously worked as a telephone operator, both in Athens, Ohio and at […]

Edinboro University Presents The Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania

Edinboro University Presents The Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania

Edinboro University Presents: The Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania John Fleming, Director “The Band Would Like You to Hear” Band Members Conducting Armond Walter, Steve Winstead, Greg Tower “A Variety of Music Selected by the Band for Your Enjoyment” Sunday, October 22, 2017 3:00 p.m. Hirt Auditorium Bayfront Parkway, Erie Concert is free and open […]

General McLane High School and Great Lakes Partner For iPad Storage Solutions

General McLane High School and Great Lakes Partner For iPad Storage Solutions

EDINBORO, PA (October 12, 2017) – When General McLane School District began planning for its elementary iPad rollout, technology supervisor Jeremy Dylewski searched for the best storage solution on a budget. The result? A one-of-a-kind drawer that allows each teacher to securely store and charge the iPads, as needed, within an already existing space – […]

Message of Faith – Wholehearted Living

Message of Faith – Wholehearted Living

This weeks Message of Faith submitted by Rev. Joanne Rowden I’ve got great news for you! There is nothing you need to get in order to live fully in your heart and fulfill your purpose in being the light of the world. Isn’t that great news? You may be thinking, “That’s fine, but I don’t […]

Lancer Letter – Foreign Students

Lancer Letter – Foreign Students

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District I enjoy hearing from our alumni and knowing the paths taken after leaving our high school. I’m always intrigued to learn of those who have spent time living in another country or who have engaged in foreign travel, frequently as a result of their profession. I’ve also learned […]

Paul Timashenka

Paul Timashenka

Paul Timashenka, 93, of Edinboro died, Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at Sarah A. Reed Senior Living Center. He was born in Springdale, PA, the son of the late Konstantine and Helen Timashenka. Paul served his country in World War II as a corporal in the U.S. Army Air Corp. He received a BS in Chemistry […]

Hermitage House Fall Festival Fun for the Whole Family

Hermitage House Fall Festival Fun for the Whole Family

The Hermitage House “Heart to Home” Fall Festival has become a wonderful autumn tradition for families in our region. This year’s festival will be held on Saturday, October 7th at their South Campus (24994 Drakes Mill Rd. in Cambridge Springs). The day kicks off with the 9th Annual 5K Walk / Run at 10:30. The […]

Rebecca Charlotte Jones-Serra

Rebecca Charlotte Jones-Serra

Rebecca Charlotte Jones-Serra, 46, Washington, D.C., died Wednesday morning, September 27, 2017, unexpectedly, from natural causes. Rebecca was born April 12, 1971, in Erie, Pennsylvania, and resided in Edinboro, Pa. She would later move to Washington, D.C., where she lived until her passing. She was an avid horseback rider in her younger days, was a […]

Lancer Letter – The Superintendency

Lancer Letter – The Superintendency

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District This week’s Lancer Letter is the 350th I’ve provided since beginning my tenure as superintendent. I’m not sure how you should mark a 350th anniversary but I thought I would do it by making some remarks about the job itself. When I first became superintendent, people would ask, […]

Hurricane Relief – Water Dance for Disaster Relief

Hurricane Relief – Water Dance for Disaster Relief

If you are looking for a way to continue to support our fellow citizens devastated by the recent hurricanes here is your chance. Below are listed donation items that are needed and drop-off locations. The final push of the drive with be the Water Dance, which is being held on Friday, October 6th from 6:00 […]

David John Gallant

David John Gallant

David John Gallant, age 59, resident of Geneva, Ohio and formerly of Edinboro, PA passed away at Chardon Health Care Center, Chardon, Ohio on Thursday, September 21, 2017 after a lengthy illness. Born in Erie, PA, David was a son of the late John Daniel Gallant and Helen Dzvonyicsak Gallant. David graduated from General McLane […]

Dr. Jean L. Bloom Ph.D.

Dr. Jean L. Bloom Ph.D.

Dr. Jean L. Bloom Ph.D. There was so very much to be done on earth! She was anxious to get started. Jean Bloom arrived early, a preemie. And God smiled, anointing her spirit with grace, intelligence, energy and true heart. Her tremendous sense of humor breathed joy into each of life’s endeavors. A little more […]

Lancer Letter – Scholarship

Lancer Letter – Scholarship

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Last week was the annual induction ceremony to admit students into the National Honor Society. This week, I’m publishing the remarks I made on the subject of scholarship. Good evening. The National Honor Society was founded in 1921. The first chapter was in our very own state in […]

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