Lancer Letter – New York, New York!

Lancer Letter – New York, New York!

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District It was in 1981 that I got the idea that it would be a great thing to take members of the GM High School choir to experience the life and culture of New York City. So we began fund raising and in 1983, took our first trip. I’ll […]

Gregory Edward Abramoski

Gregory Edward Abramoski

Gregory Edward Abramoski, of Edinboro was born and passed away on April 28, 2017 at Magee-Women’s UPMC Hamot. He was the son of Nicole C. Beiter and John J. Abramoski. He was preceded in death by his aunt, Holly Abramoski, of Erie and his maternal grandparents, Greg and Stacey Beitervof, of Johnstown. Other than his […]

Duane H. Ford

Duane H. Ford

Duane H. Ford Duane Harold Ford’s story began on March 14, 1951, when he was born to Rachael and Willis Ford. He was the middle child of 3 brothers, and often recounted the fun they had, and trouble they got into growing up. Duane loved cars, the outdoors, dogs, and being a master craftsman. As […]

11th Annual Danielle Mitchell Memorial Poker Run – May 27, 2017

11th Annual Danielle Mitchell Memorial Poker Run – May 27, 2017

Poker Run to benefit Make-A-Wish. Registration begins at 10:30 at the Pavilion behind the American Legion in Cambridge Springs, located at 24642 Hwy 408, with last participant out at 1:00. All street legal vehicles are welcome. Event includes food, beverage, prizes and live music by The Highlife. Also will have door prizes, Chinese auction, raffle […]

C. Raymond “Ray” Zimmer

C. Raymond “Ray” Zimmer

C. Raymond “Ray” Zimmer, 90, of Edinboro, passed away on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at his home. He was born in Edinboro on June 12, 1926, the son of the late Claude and Mabel (Satterlee) Zimmer. Ray graduated from Edinboro High School in 1944 and later from Erie Business College where he met and later […]

Emergency Lancer Letter – 13 Reasons Why

Emergency Lancer Letter – 13 Reasons Why

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District This week I am writing about a sobering topic. You may have heard from your child(ren) about the recent Netflix series, “13 Reasons Why”. This series focuses on the topic of teen suicide and is gaining popularity among teenagers specifically. General McLane School District values the safety of […]

Lancer Letter – Now Springs Forth The Testing

Lancer Letter – Now Springs Forth The Testing

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District It’s April and spring has sprung! You can see flowers and trees budding. You can smell the fragrance of tulips in bloom. You can hear the birds singing and the scratching of #2 lead filling in hundreds of bubble sheets. Scratch of lead? Bubble sheets? Yes! April means […]

Blaine Edgar Dobson

Blaine Edgar Dobson

Blaine Edgar Dobson, 80, of McKean, PA, went to be with the Lord on April 7, 2017. He was born in Erie, PA June 7, 1936, Son of the late Raymond and Mildred Orton Dobson. Blaine served in the U. S. Army, then worked to support his family, finally retiring from R. M. Kerner. He […]

General McLane Community Fun Run Returns

General McLane Community Fun Run Returns

Edinboro, PA (April 25, 2017) – The Third Annual GM Community Fun Run is returning to General McLane High School grounds on May 27, 2017. “This event is a great kick-off to summer for families,” said Edinboro Elementary PTO president Renee Foradori. “It’s a way for the entire community to get together to raise money […]

Mother’s Day Event To Benefit Goodell Gardens

Mother’s Day Event To Benefit Goodell Gardens

EDINBORO – Treat mom to a uniquely special event this Mother’s Day at Goodell Gardens! On Sunday, May 14, Goodell Gardens will present their 3rd Annual Mother’s Day Brunch Event at the Gardens. Proceeds of this event go to support cultural and educational programming at Goodell Gardens & Homestead. The event includes a brunch buffet […]

Boro Women & Family Services Lasagna Dinner Planned

Boro Women & Family Services Lasagna Dinner Planned

Boro Women & Family Services, BWS, a family crisis assistance organization in Edinboro, has announced it’s annual Lasagna Dinner Fundraiser. Thursday, April 27th, starting at 4:30 till 8:00pm you can enjoy a delicious lasagna dinner and help BWS continue it’s work helping families in need. The location for this years event is the Edinboro Volunteer […]

Message of Faith – Shift Consciousness

Message of Faith – Shift Consciousness

This weeks Message of Faith submitted by Rev. Joanne Rowden Shift Consciousness Albert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” Spiritual growth is about transforming our consciousness. What does a shift in consciousness look and feel like? At Unity, we talk a lot about expanding our […]

Lancer Letter – 2017-2018 Budget

Lancer Letter – 2017-2018 Budget

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District As is my custom this time of year, this week I will be sharing information about next year’s budget. This year, I have good news and bad news. Usually, I just have bad news so this year is an improvement. The good news is that for the first […]

Brandon Douglas Sanner

Brandon Douglas Sanner

Brandon Douglas Sanner, 29, of Cambridge Springs, died Saturday, April 15, 2017 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born in Erie, PA January 15, 1988, the son of Douglas (Melissa) Sanner and LeAnne Moore Sanner. Brandon was a bouncer at the Empty Keg in Edinboro for several years. At the time of […]

Linda Kay Leube Rhodes

Linda Kay Leube Rhodes

Linda Kay Leube Rhodes 60, of McKean Twp. died Saturday, April 15, 2017 at St Vincent Medical Center. She was born in Erie on September 10, 1956, the daughter of Marge Plautz Leube of McKean and the late Kenneth Leube. She dedicated most of her life to the nursing profession which she truly loved. Over […]