A week of Wellsboro Home Page feature highlights (and bloopers)!
It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
Hornets topple Canton
The Wellsboro Varsity Football team kicked off the 2017 season with a 64-12 win over Canton in the first game at the new Wellsboro Community Athletic Complex on Friday, August 25.
Despite an early touchdown by Canton’s Michael Smithers from a yard out, setup by a Levi Gaiotti 89 yard interception, the Hornets dominated Canton on their new field, their first time playing in Wellsboro since the 2015 season.
Chamber Highlights – September Happenings
The annual Labor Day fly-in breakfast will be held at the Wellsboro Johnston Airport on Sunday, September 3. Stop by for a delicious, all-you-can-eat breakfast of fresh, buckwheat pancakes, ham, eggs, orange juice, and coffee from 8:00am to noon. Requested is a donation of $7 for adults, $3 for children 3-8 years old, and free for children 2 and under. Full-sized airplanes and ultralights will be on display as well as radio controlled airplanes, helicopters and quadcopters. Canyon Aero, LLC will provide airplane rides for $35.
Adams Apple Opens!
On Saturday, August 26, 2017, Adams Apple, a brand new Gluten-Free & Dairy Free Juice Bar and Cafe’ opened up in Mansfield.
The Adams Apple Mission is this: To provide ethical, healthy, and delicious food and drink options for the community that addresses most restrictive diets and offer a welcoming atmosphere.
To Sleep, Or Not To Sleep
“Sleep is essential for life!” In this Movin’ Together feature, Bonnie Kendrick, who supervises the UPMC Susquehanna Sleep Center at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital in Wellsboro, shares some of her tips and knowledge about the importance of healthy sleep habits. She explained that there’s actual science behind the idea of sleep clearing your head. When we sleep, cerebral spinal fluid is released that flushes things out and helps the brain clear and refresh. So, when facing a difficult decision or processing a tough day, it truly will help to “sleep on it”!
Electrofishing is a fascinating subject. Do you know what it is? Well, today on The Home Page Network Sara Vogt joins Biologist and area fisheries Manager of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, Robert Wunk to discover it’s importance.
Fisheries biologists use electrofishing to sample fish populations in bodies of freshwater as a means of making sure the fish population is healthy and in balance. The biologists catch fish by putting electric current into the water. This process temporarily stuns the fish at which point they will float to the surface. The fish are then placed into tubs and examined.
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