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 Even with a cleaning schedule in place, once a year you Even should have a technician come out and check the sludge level of the tank. If the sludge level is too high -- past the halfway mark -- a cleaning is needed, along with an evaluation of the system to make sure everything is working correctly. Finally, a check of local and state regulations concerning septic tanks can save you some grief in the long run. Some municipalities mandate more frequent tank cleaning due to groundwater quality issues, and at least one county in Florida is requiring residents to completely replace tanks that are more than 40 years old.  HOME TIP: Avoid flushing chemical products into a septic HOME system. These will kill bacteria that are essential to breaking down waste.  Send your questions or comments to [email protected], Send or write This Is a Hammer, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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 Hrs: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9-5:30, Tues. & Thurs. 9-7; Sat. 9-2 Hrs: • We accept most major credit cards. Offers  O ffers good on new and unregistered units purchased between 7/27/11-9/30/11. 7/27/11-9/30/11. *On select models. See your dealer for details. **Rates as low as 2.99% for 36 months. Offers only available at participating Polaris® dealers. Approval, and any rates and terms provided, are based on credit worthiness. Other financing offers are available. Applies to the purchase of all new ATV and RANGER ® models made on the Polaris Installment Program from f rom 7/27/11-9/30/11. 7/27/11-9/30/11. Fixed APR of 2.99%, 6.99%, or 9.99% will be assigned based on credit approval criteria. Warning: ATVs can be hazardous to operate. For your safety: s afety: Avoid operating Polaris ATVs or RANGERs on paved surfaces or public roads. Riders and passengers should always wear a helmet, eye protection, protective clothing, clothing, and a seat belt and always use cab nets (on RANGER vehicles). Never engage in stunt driving, and avoid excessive speeds and sharp turns. Polaris adult ATV models are for riders age 16 and older. Drivers of RANGER vehicles must be at least 16 years old with a valid driverʼs license. All ATV ATV riders should take a safety training course. co urse. For ATV safety and training information, call the SVIA at (800) 887 2887, see your dealer, or call Polaris at (800) 342-3764. ©2011 Polaris Industries Inc. 2887,


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2 bedroom beautiful mobile home, 402 Emerald Isle, Smethport, Pa. Appliances, shed, awning, $30,000 o.b.o. 814 642-2171. 4/26pb  DALE’S BARBER-STYLING SHOP:   157 Main Street, Eldred, DALE’S PA, 814-225-3436. Walk-ins daily. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. e.o.w.tfcb FOR SALE-

 NARCONON RECOVERY TIP #30 NARCONON  Be   Honest With With Yourself Yourself And With With Your Your Family  In order to stay true to yourself and be strong in your In sobriety, it is suggested that you be completely honest with yourself and your family. Many addicts choose not to tell their families due to shame and embarrassment, but these are the first people that you should tell. They are the ones that will help you get back on your feet and stay there and provide a lot of emotional support when you need it the most. It is extremely important to surround yourself with positive influences that will help you now and will help you in the future when you absolutely need it the most. Your family will be there for guidance and continued support to allow you to be successful in recovery for the long run. When in doubt, honesty is the best policy and the truth shall set you free.  If you or someone you know is struggling with a drug or If alcohol addiction, contact Narconon Arrowhead today at 800 468-6933 or log onto www.stopaddiction.com fb STRANGE  S TRANGE BUT TRUE  By   Samantha Weaver •  Even flight attendants have their own patron saint, as declared by Pope Paul XXIII in 1962: Saint Bona of Pisa. •  Many people believe that the Gutenberg Bible, which came from the presses of Johannes Gutenberg in the 1450s, is the first example of a printed book, but that’s not true; it’s the first book printed using movable type. The oldest known printed book is actually the “Diamond Sutra,” which was printed in China more than 550 years before the Gutenberg Bible. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

 THIS IS A HAMMER THIS  By   Samantha Mazzotta Mazzotta  DOES YOUR SEPTIC TANK DOES NEED PUMPING OUT?  Q: How often do I need to have my septic tank pumped out? I Q: keep getting calls and postcards from a local company saying I have to do it every year. -- Jim S., via email  A: How often your septic tank actually needs to be pumped A: out varies depending on the size of the tank, the number of people in your home, and local or state regulations regarding septic tank maintenance.  First things first, however. How long has it been since your First tank was last pumped out? If it’s been more than six years, or you honestly can’t remember, it’s probably time. If you know how long it’s been since the last cleaning, the size of the tank will help you figure out when next to have it pumped out. For example, if you have a 500-gallon tank, and your home has four residents, the tank should be cleaned once per year. If there are only two residents in a home with a 500-gallon tank, a cleaning is only needed about every two and a half years. The purpose of pumping out the tank is to remove solid waste, or sludge, which builds up over time. Too much sludge reduces the efficiency of the septic system and can block or damage drain pipes, causing a backup into your house (ugh!) or damage to the drain field through which liquid waste is safely disbursed.

 VETERANS POST by Freddy Groves VETERANS AGENT  A GENT ORANGE PAYMENTS SHIFT INTO HIGH GEAR  All across the country, Veterans Benefits Administration claims All personnel are working to process the mountain of paperwork as a result of the Nehmer case. The upshot of Nehmer v. U.S. Department of Veteranss Affairs is that the VA must re-adjudicate claims it denied in the Veteran past for the three newest presumptive illnesses for Agent Orange exposure. They are Ischemic Heart Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and certain leukemias. This covers claims filed or denied from Sept. 25, 1985 to Aug, 31, 2010, which is the date the service connection was established.  Now that the VA is under a court-ordered gun, the process must be Now completed by Oct. 1, 2011. Here are some of the differences between a standard claim and one falling under this new ruling, taken from the training manual for new staff:  C Current: by the claimneed date.be filed if a presumptive illness  Nurrent: Nehmer: ehmer: Goes No new claim appeared or was denied. Staff is to find the illness in your records and use that date.  Current: Benefits do not go to the estate of a deceased veteran. Current:  Nehmer: Benefits survive the entitled member’s estate. Marriage Nehmer: license and birth certificates may be required.  Current: Payments are made when possible. Current:  Nehmer: Payments must be made within 21 days of verification Nehmer: of entitlement.  To learn more about the specifics, go to www.nvlsp.org, which is To the national Veterans Legal Services Program. Search for “Nehmer Training Guide,” which includes a letter and the manual. You’ll find dates and locations in the manual, as well as a list of vessels documented to have been at the shore or inland. You’ll also find a list of documents that can be used as evidence, such as TDY orders, shore-leave orders in writing and other documentation that shows the veteran “physically set foot” in the country.  Write to Freddy Groves in care of King Features Weekly Service, Write P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to [email protected]. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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 Obituaries Obituaries Visit  V isit Our Web Site At  WWW.MONEYSAVERADVERTISING.COM WWW.MONEYSAVERADVERTISING.COM  For Complete Obituaries. For SHINGLEHOUSE,  S HINGLEHOUSE, PA - Nancy L. Phillips,  64, of Shinglehouse, died at her home Friday (July 29, 2011) with her loving family by her side after a short battle with cancer.  SHINGLEHOUSE, PA - Genevieve C. Evingham,  91, of SHINGLEHOUSE, Shinglehouse, and a former longtime resident of Oswayo, died Saturday (July 30, 2011) in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport, after a long illness.  PRENTISVALE, PA - Vaughn J. Stone,   92, of Looker PRENTISVALE, Mountain Trail passed away Tuesday (July 26, 2011) in Edgewater, FL, while visiting her son, following a brief illness.  BELMONT, NY - Mau BELMONT, Maude de “Sa “Sally lly” ” Brown,  89, of 38 Willets  Ave. died Wednesday (July 27, 2011) at Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville following a brief illness.  FRIENDSHIP, NY - Kathleen Ann “Kay” Treusdell of 50 E. FRIENDSHIP, Main St. went to be with her Lord and Savior, surrounded by her loving family, on Sunday (July 31, 2011) at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester following a brief but courageous battle with cancer.  KANE, PA - David P. Smith,  55, of Hemlock Street passed KANE, away Sunday (July 31, 2011) in his home following a long illness.  DUKE CENTER, PA - Marjorie E. Higley,   87, of Kansas DUKE Branch Road passed away after a short illness on Monday (Aug. 1, 2011) at home, surrounded by h er family.  SMETHPORT, PA - Della L. Johnson, 87, formerly of Route SMETHPORT, 446, and Port Allegany, passed away Tuesday (Aug. 2, 2011) in Sena Kean Manor, Smethport.  FRIENDSHIP, NY - Mildred Arletta Fuller Rumsey,   81, of FRIENDSHIP, 3507 E. Hill Road died Tuesday (Aug. 2, 2011) at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, Coudersport, Pa., following a lengthy illness.  FRIENDSHIP, NY - Charles “Chuck” R. Baker  passed FRIENDSHIP,  passed away peacefully Tuesday (Aug. 2, 2011) at Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville following a stroke he suffered in early June.  DUNKIRK, NY - Patricia A. “Pattie” Petruzzi, 63, of Dunkirk, DUNKIRK, died in her home with her loving family at her side on Saturday, (July 30, 2011) after a long illness.  MABELVALE, AK - Gerald C. Budinger Sr., 63, of 7183 Mill MABELVALE, Road, Mabelvale, passed away Saturday (July 23, 2011) in the town of Wellsville , NY. BUYING JUNK CARS AND SCRAP- Highest  Highest prices paid in the area. Pick up or delivered. Walt Miles, 814-642-7358; 814-598 1844 (cell). tfcb  

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Spicy  S picy Soybeans Make a Healthy Snack  Roasted soybeans (also known as Roasted soynuts) are a healthy and versatile snack, and a much better option than chips or crackers. A 1/4 cup serving of unsalted, roasted soynuts has 130 calories. It contains 6 grams of fat -- 1 gram of which is saturated -- 9 grams of carbohydrate, 2 grams of fiber and 11 grams of protein. There is no trans fat, cholesterol, salt or sugar.    Soybeans have been shown in hundreds of studies to help prevent heart disease and several forms of cancer. Stick to no more than a one-ounce, 120-calorie snack, as two or three ounces daily are too fattening. Roasting and flavoring dry soybeans at home, using the recipes below, allows you to control the salt and add the flavors of your choice. Start with the basic roasted soybean procedures listed and then get creative with your flavorings. I’ve provided tips about how to roast dry soybeans and ways you can add spices to coat the beans with flavor. The next time you want a snack, reach for the roasted soybeans, and don’t spare the spice mixes!  ROASTED SOYBEANS ROASTED   Roasted soybeans can be used in salads for texture, added to trail mixes or eaten alone for a snack. To add a little more flavor after roasting, use the following spice mixes to add a kick to your roasted soybeans.    cups whole dry soybeans 4  Cooking oil spray Cooking   1. Rinse soybeans in a colander under cool water to clean. Fill a large bowl with cool water and

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then soak the soybeans at least 8 hours.   2. Pour the soybeans into a 2. colander and rinse again under cool running water. Shake off the excess water, and set soybeans aside to drain completely.    3. Preheat oven to 350 F. F. Spray 2 large, rimmed baking sheets with cooking oil. Spread two cups of the soaked beans into single layer on each baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes, and then spray the soybeans with the cooking-oil spray. Stir and continue to bake, stirring every 5 minutes until golden brown and crunchy. The total roasting time will vary depending on the moisture of the beans, but should take about 25 to 35 minutes. 4. Remove roasted nuts from the oven to cool. Store nuts in an airtight container for up to 4 weeks. Makes about 2 cups, roughly 1/2 cup of roasted soybeans for each cup of dry beans

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  Place soybeans in a small re sealable bag. Sprinkle with Cajun sealable spice mix or dry ranch dressing. Shake bag, then spray lightly with oil, shake bag again, and repeat process until nuts are fully coated. Store in a tightly covered container. (Additional info provided by Karma Metzgar, C.F.C.S., regional director, Northwest Region, University of Missouri Extension)  *** ***

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Demo  D emo Drive  by by Mastel  M astel Ford

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Saturday, August 13th 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

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 Fri., Aug. 12th 3pm-8pm; Fri., Sat., Aug. 13th 8am-6pm & Sun., Aug. 14th 8am-3pm

 Starting at 8:30 a.m. Starting

 Featuring:   •Conservation  Conservation Displays •Archery •Archery •Black Powder •Trapping

All  A ll Community Residents are Invited to Attend!

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Detroit  D etroit Pilgrims (Band) (Center Street Stage)  6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm  Backwater Four Quartet (Roaming) Backwater  66:30pm-7:30pm :30pm-7:30pm Crown  Crown (Heritage Park Gazebo)  7pm-8pm “ Alberta’s   Pie Contest Winners” &  Auction in Memory of Alberta Hanson (Center St. Stage)  8pm-8:30pm 8pm-8:30pm  Junior King and Queen Contest Junior (Center Street Stage)  9pm-Midnight The 9pm-Midnight  The Ravenz (Center Street Stage)  9:30pm 9:30pm  *****FIREWORKS***** Can be viewed *****FIREWORKS***** from Center Street Provided by Young Explosives. In case of inclement weather, this will be held on Sunday,  August 14 th th at 9:30pm  6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm

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 Saturday,   August 13 th  Agricultural   Weekend Weekend No admission fee for this day.

Hitit & Miss Engines, Tractors & Equip..  H Equip...........................................9:00am  Tractor/Farm Equip. Show & Parade. Tractor/Farm Parade ............................................1:00pm    Sunday, August 14 th

 Agricultural   Weekend No admission Weekend ssion fee for this this day. day.

 Antique   Tractor Pull, Genesee Valley Antique Tractor Tractor Club. Club ...... ..9:00am  Tractor/Farm Equip. Show & Parade. Tractor/Farm Parade..........................................1:00pm  Pre-Registered Exhibits Accepted. Pre-Registered Accepted......................................1:00-5:00pm

 Opening Ceremony- Mini-Stage. Opening Mini-Stage..................6:00pm  Vesper Services - Mini-Stage. Vesper Mini-Stage ......................................................6:30pm    Monday, August 15 th

 SPCA Day • Bring needed items for the SPCA (between 4-7pm) SPCA   save $1.00 on gate admission &

Pre-Registered  P re-Registered Exhibits Accepted. Accepted...........................................9:00-Noon  4-H Livestock Weigh-in. 4-H Weigh-in....................................................................Noon  Pet Show - Mini-Stage. Pet Mini-Stage..................................................................1:00pm  Judging of Exhibits. Judging Exhibits........................................................................1:00pm  Rabbit Judging. Rabbit Judging..............................................................................2:00pm  Ready PA with Jim Clark. Ready Clark...............................................................2:00pm  Bartlebaugh Amusements Opens. Bartlebaugh Opens.................................................5:00pm  Dog Obedience Training & Agility Demonstration. Dog Demonstration .........................6:00pm

 Recycling & Conservation Day • Bring a bag of plastic bottles or aluminum cans Recycling  (1-4pm) and save $1.00 on gate admission. (1-4pm)

   Wednesday, August 17 th

 Veterans Day • All Veterans with proof of military Veterans service and All Active duty personnel will be admitted FREE at the gates.

 44-H -H Judging begins for Swine, Beef Market Goats & Sheep. Sheep.......8:00am  4-H/Open Dairy Goat Show & Judging. 4-H/Open Judging........................................1:00pm  Bartlebaugh Amusements Opens. Bartlebaugh Opens................................................5:00pm  NYS Miniature Horse Pulling Assoc. Pull. NYS Pull ............................6:00-8:00pm

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Horse  H orse & Pony Judging. Judging...............................................................10:00am  Barr Family Senior Citizens Program, Barr   Sponsored by Northwest Savings Bank Bank.....................................1:00pm  Wool Spinning Demonstration by Melissa Miller. Wool Miller .........................2:00pm  Mobile Ag Education Unit. Mobile Unit ....................................................2:00-8:00pm  PA Woodmobile. PA Woodmobile..........................................................................Evening  Bartlebaugh Amusements Opens. Bartlebaugh Opens................................................5:00pm  Goat Princess Talent Competition. Goat Competition...............................................6:00pm

 Grand Parade & Queen Coronation. Grand Coronation .............7:00pm  F FASTRAK ASTRAK Stock Car Racing. Racing........................7:30pm      Tuesday, August 16 th Friday,  F riday, August 19 th  Energy Day  Energy

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Mobile  M obile Energy Education & Training Unit. Unit ..................................... All . All Day  Chicken Judging. Chicken Judging...........................................................................8:00am  4-H Horse Show. 4-H Show.........................................................................10:00am  4-H Open Dairy Show. 4-H Show.................................................................10:00am   Bartlebaugh   Amusements Opens Opens..................5:00pm  Baked Goods AuctionBaked Charles Irons Building. Building............6:00pm

   Saturday, August 20 th Saturday,

 Hotel California Hotel  Original Tribute To The Eagles • 8:00pm Original  44-H -H Livestock Sale. Sale........................................................................10:00am  Bartlebaugh Amusements Opens. Bartlebaugh Opens.......................................................Noon  Composting with Jim Clark. Composting Clark .............................................................1:00pm  Karaoke Contest - Mini-Stage. Karaoke Mini-Stage .........................................................1:00pm  Proper Waste Disposal & Clean Water Program. Proper Program ....................2:00-4:00pm  Mobile Ag Education Unit. Mobile Unit........................................................2:00-8:00pm

 Demolition Derby - 5:00pm Demolition Hotel  H otel California, Original Tribute To The Eagles - 8:00pm  st  Sunday, August 21st Sunday,

Pepsi  P epsi Family Day. Day...........................................................................Noon  Removal of Exhibits. Exhibits.........................................................11:00am-1:00pm  Mobile Ag Education Unit. Mobile Unit...................................................2:00-8:00pm Removal  PA Woodmobile. PA Woodmobile..................................................................2:00-8:00pm  Attractions Throughout The Week Attractions  Bartlebaugh Amusements Opens. Bartlebaugh Opens...............................................3:00pm •  McKean Co. Historical Society Display • Vicenta’s White Tigers • Bingo   Goat & Sheep Obstacle Course Course.. .6:00pm • Great Lakes Timber Show • Silent Auction • Cabela’s Gift Card Raffle  Bartlebaugh Amusement Bartlebaugh Amusement rides and   Farm Animal Dress Up Contest Contest.. . .6:00pm games will be shut down from   Gaming Show Show...............................7:00pm 5:00-6:00pm, Fri.-Sat.   Beautiful Baby Contest Contest.................7:00pm   Don’t Miss The Excitement!

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 Smethport Borough Smethport  2 story 3 bedroom family on quiet street. Large yard and detached 2 car garage.  $65,000 #3941

 Norwich Township Norwich   bedroom country home with 3 enclosed sunroom and side porch. Nice landscaping. 2 car detached garage.  $59,900 #3930

Port  P ort Allegany  Comfortable 3 bedroom, 2 bath Comfortable over full basement with 2 car garage. Manufactured rancher has central air, wood burning fireplace, concrete drive, front deck and rear deck with awning & screen.  $129,900 #3923

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Hazel  H azel Hurst   11.5 acres of wooded land. Partial 11.5 OGM rights may be available.  $29,900 #3938

Roulette  R oulette   bedroom single wide trailer on 3 rented lot. Good condition.  $24,900 #3934

 Port Allegany Port   story fixer upper at end of dead 2 end street. Large town lot.  $24,000 #3929

 Port Allegany Port Well  W ell kept 2 bedroom home over full basement. Large walkup attic could be extra living space if desired. 1 car garage.  $62,000 #3927

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Port  P ort Allegany Borough  Very well built and comfortable 3 Very bedroom split level home. Partial basement with garage. Extra nice home.  $119,900 #3891

 Eldred Eldred This  T his spacious home is waiting to be lived in. Decorative fireplace in living room. 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Paved driveway, 2 car oversized garage. Patio.  $78,000 #3851

 REGULAR REGULAR BAPTIST  B APTIST CHURCH  Valley  Va   lley Rd., Smethport, Smethport, Church: 814-887-5 814-887-5632 632  Pastor Jack Gregg Pastor  814-887-2826 814-887-2826  Sunday School Sunday (all ages). ages).....................9:30am  Sunday Morning Sunday   Worship. Worship....................10:45am  Sunday Evening Sunday   Worship. Worship......................6:00pm  Wednesday Evening Wednesday   Bible Study & Prayer.........................6:30pm Prayer  Monday Evening Monday   Teen Program Program.............6:30pm FIRST  F IRST CHURCH OF GOD  “Where Salvation Makes “Where  You  Y ou A Member”  140 Main Street 140  Eldred, PA  Eldred,  Rev. James Kazimer Rev.  Sunday School. Sunday School............10:00am  Sunday Morning Sunday   Worship. Worship....................11:00am  Sunday Evening Sunday   Worship. Worship......................7:00pm  Wednesday Evening Wednesday   Worship. Worship......................7:00pm  FREE CHRISTIAN FREE EVANGELICAL CHURCH  Pine Street, Smethport, PA  Pine  Pastor: Bill Simms Pastor:  814-887-5669 814-887-5669  Sun. Morn. Worship Sun. Worship.. .. . .. . .11am  Tues. Evening Tues.  Bible Study. Bible Study...................6:30pm FIRST  F IRST BAPTIST CHURCH  Main & Grace Streets Main  Port Allegany, PA  Port  814-642-2105 814-642-2105  Sunday School. Sunday School..............9:45am  Sunday Morning Sunday   Worship. Worship....................10:45am  Communion Sunday Communion  (the 1st Sunday of the month) (the  Fellowship Dinner after the Fellowship Morning Worship Service  (last Sunday of the month) (last  Wednesday Bible Study Wednesday   and Prayer Prayer..................7:00pm  ST. JOSEPH’S ST. EPISCOPAL  E PISCOPAL CHURCH  Arnold   Avenue Avenu e  Port Allegany, PA  Port  Pastor Joann Piatko Pastor  814-558-5876 814-558-5876  Sunday Service. Sunday Service.............9:00am  Sunday School. Sunday School..............9:00am

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 Smethport- E. King St. - A-frame Smethport-  A-frame home home with 4 bedrooms, bedrooms, great room, kitchen and 2 full baths. Finished basement with laundry room and master bedroom with walk-in closet and full bath .. .$88,900  $88,900  Smethport-  Hamlin St. - Single-wide mobile home with Smethport 2 bedroom, 1 bath. 1 car garage.. garage...........................................$25,000  $25,000  Smethport-  Willow St. - Ranch home on 10+ acres. 4-6 Smethport bedrooms; great room; enclosed back porch. In-ground pool. Great views......................................................................................$89,900 views.  $89,900  Norwich Twsp.-  W. Branch Rd.- Located in country Norwich on 1 acre. Good starter home or camp. 4 bedrooms, 1 bath. Screened-in porch .....................................................$29,500  $29,500  Eldred-  Barnum Road- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, doublewide Eldred on 1+ acres. Full basement. Within 2 miles of New York State Border.. ...................................................................$79,500 Border  $79,500  Port   Allegany -  Mill St. - 2 apartments, upper, 1 bedroom, 1 bath; lower 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Close to town and schools.....................................................................................$52,000 schools.  $52,000  Port   Allegany -  Harrison St. - 2 apartments - upper 2 bedroom; lower 3 bedrooms, located on dead-end street.. street. . .. . .$55,000  $55,000  Keating   Twsp. .- Valley Cross Roads - 1.5± acres; well & septic. Building sold in “where-is “where-is,, “as-is” condition. condition... ..$20,000  $20,000  Hazel   Hurst. -  Dewey Ave.- 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Full basement with 3/4 bath and wood stove could be finished for additional living space. 3/4+ acre  ..................................$45,900  $45,900  Smethport-  W. Valley Smethport Valley Rd. - Camp located on approx. 1/2 acre. Shared water and public sewer, updated electric box. Most furnishings included in sale.. sale...................................................$19,900  $19,900

 Army   National Guard Pfc. ZACHAREY J. VANCISE has graduated from the Basic Field Artillery Cannon  Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Crewmember Sill, Lawton, Okla. The course is designed to train service members to maintain, prepare and load ammunition for firing; operate and perform operator maintenance on prime movers, self-propelled Howitzers, and ammunition vehicles; store, maintain, and distribute ammunition to using units as a member of battery or battalion ammunition section; perform crew maintenance and participate in organizational maintenance of weapons and related equipment; and establish and maintain radio and wire communications.  VanCise  Va   nCise is the son of Darlene Brown of Port Allegany, Allegany, and grandson of Earl Strait of Duke Center, Pa.  His wife, Sonya, is the daughter of David Cross, and His Sheila Cross, both of Harrisville, Pa.  He graduated in 2008 from Port Allegany Junior-Senior He High School, and received an associate degree in 2009 from Triangle Tech Inc.-Dubois, Pa. f 

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NARCONON  N ARCONON FLORIDA REPORTS PARENTS SHOCKED BY FAMILY MEMBER’S DAILY DRUG DOSE  Clearwater, FL - Narconon Florida’s Executive Director, Clearwater, Cheryl Alderman, reports seeing a new trend appearing as parents enroll their children in the Narconon drug-free program. Of the parents present during the initial intake interviews, 95% had no idea of the high and potentially lethal daily drug doses, many prescription drugs, their loved one was taking.  “First of all,” says Ms. Alderman, “let me say that we “First only service adults, so we are talking about adult children here, and it’s normal for their parents or a loved one to bring them in for a consultation and intake Interviews. Many of the addicts actually feel relieved to be able to let their parent or spouses know just how bad their prescription addiction has gotten and want to be in a safe environment when they finally ‘come clean’ about their usage.”  Over time people addicted to drugs build up a tolerance Over for the substance they are taking and as they continue to use the “Highs” are less high and they must take more drugs just to not be in pain or withdrawal.  “Routinely, people addicted can take 25-30 Oxycontin “Routinely, daily, along with 4-5 Xanax bars and much more on a daily basis. Many say they wake up and roll over in bed to do a line of Cocaine just so they can start the day,” says Alderman.  Not knowing how truly addictive prescription Not medications can be and having them so readily prescribed in Florida has dramatically increased the amount of prescription drug users seeking withdrawal and rehabilitation services. This trend is also bearing out in the intake reports Alderman sees on a weekly basis at her Narconon Florida center in Clearwater. With many years of experience in drug rehabilitation she says they are seeing prescription drug addicts forming 95% of their new “students” as they call people on their program.  The prescription addiction starts one of several The different ways, treatment for an injury, a dental procedure or someone gives them something to feel better and get them through a tough time, or just a little something to pump them up at a party, but no matter what the path of addiction is, it leads to higher and higher doses and to the same life ruins: loss of jobs, family family,, health and more times than not, loss of life.  “In Pinellas County we are losing on average 7-8 people “In to Oxycontin deaths a week. That statistic alone should make you very cautious of using prescriptions for any more than the recommended time and dose,” says Alderman.  Families who have a loved one that may be suffering Families with addiction are invited call the center at 727-799-1011 for free information on prescription drug addiction or a confidential assessment. If the addiction has progressed to a point where treatment is needed, counseling and out-patient services are available at Narconon Florida seven days a week.

 tto o solve the problems caused by drugs, but does use nutrition and nutritional supplements as an important component of its delivery. Thus the program is neither a psychiatric nor medical, but a social education model of rehabilitation rehabilitation..  Narconon Florida, Inc. is located in Clearwater, Fl and Narconon is a private non-profit agency that is licensed by the State of Florida. For over a decade they have provided Detoxification and Treatment Services to individuals throughout the nation that are dealing with alcohol and substance abuse with a 78% success rate. The goal of Narconon Florida is to offer effective drug education as well as technology to those in need. The objective of the program is to assist the student back into society by addressing the reduction of incidence with the legal system. The program improves damaged relationships with his/her family, and also gives guidance in making realistic decisions and contributions to society. For more information call 727-799-1011. fb

What  W hat do you want?  Let’s say that you want to go on a trip to Hawaii. So Let’s you boot up your computer, Google “Hawaii,” and pretty soon you’re on a virtual trip to Hawaii. You’re looking at two-dimensional, pixel pictures of the place called “Paradise.”  But what do you miss on your virtual trip? You miss But smelling the harvesting of pineapples and the rainforest orchids. You You miss hearing the birds sing and the surf crash against the lava rock coastline. You miss seeing in three dimensions miles and miles from atop a volcano-created mountain that resembles a moonscape. You miss tasting all the delicacies of a luau and dancing to the drummer’s beat.   If you settle for the virtual in life, you may be more in If love with an idea than you are committed to achieving it, to making it happen. If you want something in life, first you seek itit--doing whatever it takes to go after your prize.   That’s when you find it. When you seek it, you find it.  That’s  Give your attention to what you want. Then intend to Give find it. Act until you do and watch as you achieve the positive at work today.   A public service message brought to you by

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Details on the elk season and drawing are available on pages 86-88 of the 2011-12 Pennsylvania Digest of Hunting and Trapping Regulations, which is provided to license buyers.  On Friday, Sept. 9, at 10 a.m., the Game Commission will On hold a public, computerized drawing in the auditorium of its Harrisburg headquarters. At that time, the agency will award the 56 elk licenses, the first 18 drawn will receive an antlered license and the next 38 drawn will receive an antlerless license.  By law, only one application is permitted per person per By year, and PALS will prohibit an individual from submitting moreIndividuals than one application.  Individuals are not required to purchase a resident or nonresident general hunting license to apply for the drawing. However, if they are drawn for one of the elk licenses, hunters then will be required to purchase the appropriate resident or nonresident general hunting license and view the elk hunt orientation video produced by the Game Commission before being permitted to purchase the elk license. The elk license fees are $25 for residents and $250 for nonresidents.  There is no cap, or limit, for the number of licenses that There may be awarded to nonresidents. Individuals who applied in each year from 2003 through 2010 but were not awarded an elk license have eight preference points heading into this year’s drawing if they submit an application this year, and will have their name entered into the drawing nine times (eight preference points plus the point for this year’s application).  As   part of the preference point system established by the agency in 2003, consecutive applications are not required to maintain previously earned preference points, but those points can be activated only in years that a hunter submits an application. For instance, if a hunter has seven preference points, but does not enter the 2011 drawing, he/she will not have any chances in the upcoming drawing. However, their preference points will remain on hold until they apply again. Once a hunter is awarded an elk license - either an antlered or antlerless elk license - the hunter’s preference points will revert to zero.  Additionally   , hunters who want to earn a preference point for this year, but that theyif would to participate in the elkknow hunting season drawn, not havebetheable option of simply purchasing a preference point for $10.70. While they will not be included in the drawing for the 2011 elk licenses, they will continue to build their preference points.  Those applying for an elk license can choose either an Those antlered or antlerless elk license, or they may select both categories on their application. For those who select “antlered only,” if they are drawn after the antlered licenses are allocated, they will not receive an elk license. 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 “Silver is traditional for the “Silver 25th,” Prince explained, “but my wife already has everything she wants. I decided to give her the biggest greeting card in the world, right on the Sunset Strip, in Hollywood.”  Diamonds are forever, but Diamonds this billboard will appear for only one month. The Prince added, “I knew that Zsa Zsa [who had a leg amputated recently] would enjoy being in the spotlight again. When she saw the billboard on the evening news, it brought a huge smile to her face, and that’s why I did it!” The Prince will be seen in Ben Affleck’s new film “Argo,” which, coincidentally, is shooting in the Von Anhalt/Gabor house. He’s also planned a big star s tudded gala on Aug. 14 to studded celebrate their anniversary. The Prince added, “The billboard cost only $68,000, my life with Zsa Zsa is priceless!”

 *** *** Robert  R obert Redford is not slowing down anytime soon. His next movie, “The Company You Keep,” starts filming in Vancouver next month, and he’ll not only star but direct as well. Redford plays a former militant, living under an assumed identity for 30 years, whose cover is blown by a young reporter, played by Shai LaBeouf. Nick Nolte has just signed on as well. Among Redford’s future films are “A Walk In the Woods,” originally intended to reteam him with the late Paul Newman, and an untitled biopic of baseball legend Jackie Robinson.  *** ***  First “Spider-Man” moved on First without Tobey Maguire (now 36 years old), with the younger, newer, less-expensive Andrew Garfield (28 on Aug. 20) by making the film a prequel. Now we’ll have the next film in “The Bourne” saga without Matt Damon. In fact, Jason Bourne will be replaced by another assassin who trained in the same program, being played by Jeremy Renner. Trying to keep the “Bourne” flavor

down  d own agency. No word yet on many episodes will be in the new season or when it will premiere, but we’ll assume it’s summer 2012. The show also stars Malcolm McDowell, Dana Davis, Kumail Nanjiani, Reed Diamond and Garcelle Beauvais.  *** ***  Q: While I am excited to see Q: that Maria Bello is starring in the new, American version of “Prime Suspect,” it got me to thinking about the original British series. Can you tell me where I can see those episodes? -- Kathy D., via e mail mail  A: You’re in luck! On Aug. A: 23, Acorn Media will be releasing the first series of the police procedural television drama (go to procedural acornonline.com for more details). This series -- which aired in the 1990s and 2000s on Britain’s ITV network, for a total of 14 episodes -- garnered rave reviews and numerous accolades. Aside from starring the fabulous Helen Mirren, it also had big-name guest stars like Ralph Fiennes, Tom Wilkinson and David Thewlis. Director Tom Hooper, who won the Academy

going, they’ve cast both Joan Allen and Albert Finney, who were in previous “Bourne” films. Maybe it’s just me, but doing a “Bourne” film without Matt Damon is like making an omelet without eggs!  Send letters to Tony Rizzo’s Send Hollywood, 8306 Wilshire Blvd., No. 362, Beverly Hills, CA 90211.  (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. (c)

Award last year for “The King’s Speech,” also directed series six. Those are some mighty big shoes to fill for NBC -- which will air the U.S. version beginning Sept. 22-but I have my fingers crossed for Maria Bello and crew to make “Prime Suspect” their own.  *** ***  Q: I am a huge fan of “White Q: Collar” and have season one on DVD. When will seasons two and three be out? -- Rita S., Port Charlotte, Fla.  A: The USA network show A: about a con man working with an FBI agent to catch criminals (as part of his work-release program from prison) recently returned for its third season in June, so you’ll have to wait a bit for those DVDs. However, you can now find season two at your favorite local and online retailers. The four-disc set includes all 16 episodes, deleted scenes, a gag reel, featurettes and commentaries for episodes nine, 12 and 16.

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 Days missed because of inclement weather will be made up in the following order: Days February 17, 20, April 10, 11, and June as needed.


 August   25, 26.......... 26..........In-service In-service Days for All Teachers  August   29..................Opening 29.............. Opening Day for Students  September 5........... September 5........... Labor Day  September 6........... September 6........... Picture Day  October 10... October 10....... ........ ...... .. Act  Act 80 for All Teachers Teachers / Columbus Columbus Day / No School School for Students  November 3............ November 3............ Act  Act 80 Day (Parent/T (Parent/Teacher eacher Conferences) No School for Students  November 4............ November 4............ 1/2 Professional Development / No School for Students  November 24-29.....Thanksgiving November 24-29.....Thanksgiving Vacation Vacation / Deer Season / No School  December 23-30.....Christmas December 23-30.....Christmas Vacation / New Year's Vacation / No School  January 16.............. January 16.............. Professional Development for All Teachers / Martin Luther King Day / No School for Students  February 17 & 20....Presidents' February 20....Presidents' Day Weekend / No School / Make-up  April   6-11................. 6-11.......... .......Easter Easter Vacation / No School  May 28.................... May 28.................... Memorial Day / No School  June 1..................... June 1..................... Last Student Day of School / Graduation  SCHOOL OPENING: SCHOOL

 The first day of school for students will be Monday, August 29, 2011 The  7TH GRADE ORIENTATION: 7TH

 Act   80 days will be August 25th & 26th, October 10th, November 3rd, November 4th 1/2 day, and January 16th. There will be no school for students on these days. Parent – Teacher Conferences will be held on November 3rd only. Please note that November 4th is a 1/2 day for Teachers.  HOMEROOM ASSIGNMENTS: HOMEROOM

 Elementary homeroom assignments are available on the school’s website at Elementary www.smethportschools.com. Click www.smethportschools.com. Click on Elementary School tab located at the top of the page. They will also be posted on the doors of the Elementary School. High School classroom assignments will be posted on the doors at the High School towards the end of August. August. If you have any questions, please call the high school office at 887-5543.  REGISTRATION OF NEW STUDENTS: REGISTRATION

 Elementary students who are new to the district should register with the Elementary Elementary office as soon as possible at 887-5012. Please bring your child's birth certificate and immunization records. To register for Kindergarten, children must be five (5) years of age on or before September 1st.  1st.  Kindergarten students who who have already registered do do not need to register again. High school students who are new to the district should call the High School Office for an appointment. If you have any questions or to make an appointment, please call the school offices: Elementary 887-5012; Jr/Sr. High School 887 5545. 5545.

 There are going to be two events scheduled for student/staff There orientation. The first is a Seventh Grade Student Orientation Workshop that Workshop  that will be held on August 25th from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. to talk about things like using your locker, reading your schedule, getting around the building, and much more. To register for this orientation workshop call Mrs. Walker, high school secretary, at 887-5545 by August 22nd  22nd  so that we are sure to have enough materials for everyone.  The second event will be a New Student and Parent Orientation The  that will be held in the high school following the Seventh Grade Orientation that Workshop on August 25th from 4:00 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in the Auditorium. At orientation, parents and students that are coming to the high school for the first time receive important information about policies and procedures at the high school and get a chance to meet the high school staff. Students also receive a packet of information information that will help them get off off to a good start. No registration is necessary for this event.  Students are encouraged to attend both sessions, however if you are unable to attend Students the first session, please come at 4:00 p.m. with your parents.  The high school staff is looking forward to meeting all of our new students and we The hope that you will be attending attending both events. See you there!!




Parents  P arents of elementary students are invited to attend the Smethport Area Open House on Tuesday, September 13th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

 Each student K-12 will be receiving a Handbook at the beginning of the year. Each year. Parents are asked to review this handbook with the student to become familiar with the policies and regulations. Students and parents will be requested to return a signed form indicating indicating receipt of the Student Handbook.


 The arrival time for Elementary students is from 8:00 to 8:10 a.m. Dismissal time will The be 3:05 p.m. p.m. After 8:15 a.m. a.m. elementary students are considered tardy. High school students are to arrive from 8:00 to 8:09 a.m. a.m. After 8:11 a.m. a.m. high school students are considered tardy. tardy. Dismissal for secondary students will be 3:14 p.m. p.m. No elementary or secondary student should arrive at the school before 7:50 a.m., unless they are in the cafeteria eating breakfast.  EMERGENCY CARDS: EMERGENCY

 Emergency Cards will be given to your child the first day of school. Please see that Emergency these cards are filled out, being certain to use the 911 mailing address, and returned as soon as possible. This information is required for emergency contact in in case of injury to your child at school.  SCHOOL PICTURES: SCHOOL

 Underclassmen class pictures and student ID pictures will be taken on Tuesday, Underclassmen September 6, 2011. 2011. All students in grades seven through twelve must have their their picture taken on that day in order to get a student ID. Elementary students' school pictures pictures will be taken on Tuesday, September 6, 2011.

 The Smethport Area School District has purchased interscholastic athletic insurance The  OTHER INFORMATION: for all students who participate in the sports program. This insurance has limitations, and OTHER  Any   students in grades 7th – 12th, who live in the Smethport is NOT meant to replace any insurance that you may have, but rather supplement the Borough, will not be permitted to ride a bus to or from school. coverage your insurance may provide.  Brochures will be distributed at the beginning of school for any students who wish to These students will need to walk to school or get another means Brochures of transportation. No student is permitted permitted to cross the road by the purchase additional insurance coverage beyond that of the athletic programs. parking lot of the high school and the front circle of the high school. Students are to walk walk around the front circle and walk  TITLE IX AND SECTION 504 STATEMENTS: TITLE It It is the policy of the Smethport Area School District not to discriminate on the basis of down Mechanic Street. Please call the high school at 887-5545 if you have any questions. sex in its educational programs, activities, or employment policies as required by Title IX of  SMETHPORT AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT SMETHPORT the 1972 Education Amendments. Inquiries regarding the compliance with Title IX may be  CAFETERIA NEWS CAFETERIA directed to Mr. Larry Rondinelli, Title IX Coordinator, at 412 South Mechanic Street,  The program fee associated with deposits made through MealpayPlus will be The Smethport, Pennsylvania, or phone 814-887-5545, or to the Director of the Office of Civil 4.75% of the total transaction. This change is due to steadily steadily increasing credit card Rights, Department of Education, Washington, D.C., 20201. It It is the policy of the Smethport Area School District not to discriminate against any processing and development development costs. Many other MealpayPlus MealpayPlus services remain free, qualified persons in the employment and operation of its school, its educational programs, such as receiving low balance e-mail reminders, checking purchase history, and services, and activities and in any other areas where compliance is required by Section viewing balances. 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  FREE AND REDUCED MEAL PROGRAM:  Inquiries may be directed to Mr. Charles M. Leasure, Section 504 Compliance FREE Inquiries  Free and reduced-price meal forms will be sent home during the first week of school. Free Coordinator, 414 South Mechanic Street, Smethport, Pennsylvania, or phone 814-887 5543, or to the Director of the Office for Civil Rights, Department of Education, Washington, We will use the eligibility list from the end of last year until September 23rd. The 5543, application for free and reduced-price lunches will also be used for the breakfast program. D.C., 20201. After September 24th, free and reduced-price status will be changed to full-pay status if an application has not been received. Applications should be submitted submitted as  WORKING PAPERS: WORKING responsible to pay any charges that have  Reminder to all parents and employers that students fourteen through eighteen years soon as possible. Parents will be held responsible Reminder

of age who are employed must have have working papers. Working papers can be obtained at occurred after this date if they have not filled out the application on time. New the High School Office. Office. Once papers are on file, new ones will will not need to be obtained students to the district, including Pre-K and Kindergarten students, will not be eligible until an application for the family is approved. unless the position of employment changes from the previous year.  

Smethport  S methport School Newsletter Continued... If If you submit an application, you will receive a letter from the School District confirming whether the students on the application have been denied for free or reduced-price meals, approved for free meals, or approved for reduced-price meals. If you submit an application, and do not receive a letter from the School District within three business days, please contact Ms. Mary Jo Kreiner in the Superintendent’s Office at 887-5543.  The Child Nutrition Program is open to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, The national origin, sex, age, age, or special needs. If you believe that you you have been treated unfairly in receiving food services for any of the stated reasons, write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.  Families are encouraged Families encouraged to apply for free or reduced-price meals. s. Information and applications are sent home at the beginning of each year regarding qualifications for free and reduced-price lunches. lunches. If your financial situation tuation should change during the year, year, contact Ms. Mary Jo Kreiner in the Superintendent’s Office at 887-5543 for information. information. Families may apply for these programs at any time during the year. This information is held in strict confidence. Because all students have an account account and go through the lunch line in the same way, others in line cannot tell when a student is receiving free or reduced meals.  Families that have children attending a public school district can apply for free or Families reduced price school meals through the National School Lunch Program online using the Internet! This can be done using ng COMPASS. COMPASS. COMPAS COMPASS S allows Pennsylvanians Pennsylvanians to apply for social service programs, such as Food Stamps (FS), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Energy Assistance, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), etc., online. Families can use COMPASS COMPASS to apply for free or reduced price school meals only, only, or they can apply for other services at the same time (FS, TANF, TANF, etc.).  Since your child attends the Smethport Area School District, which is a public school Since district, you can apply for free or reduced price school meals online by going to the COMPASS web site at www.compass.state.pa.us or you can continue to use the paper “Household Meal Benefit Application” if you prefer. prefer. If you apply for free or reduced price school meals through COMPA COMPASS, SS, you do not need to submit a paper application.  ELEMENTARY CAFETERIA NEWS ELEMENTARY  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PROGRAMS : ELEMENTARY

 Students are encouraged to participate in the school lunch and breakfast programs. Students Nutritious meals are prepared and served daily by the cafeteria staff. staff. Each Friday, Friday, ice cream or fresh fruit is served as part of the regular lunch. Breakfast is available each day beginning at 7:50 a.m.  Elementary students may substitute an individual salad or a peanut butter and jelly Elementary sandwich or yogurt in place of of the main entrée. The rest of the regular lunch is then then served with the substitute.  Cafeteria Prices (average)  Elementa tarry Student Breakfast  Reduced Breakfast  Elementary St Student Lu Lunches  Reduced Lunches  Ala   carte main entrée items items

Daily $0.75 $0.30 $1.30 $0.40 $1.20

Weekly $3.75 $1.50 $6.50 $2.00

Average Monthly $15.00 $ 6.00 $26.00 $ 8.00

Elementary  E lementary Lunch Policy  If    If an account has a negative balance, no extras or doubles may be purchased.  Negative    Negative balance reminder slips will be given to the Elementary students to take home every couple of weeks.   Any     cafeteria charges over $10.00 will result in an Elementary student’s lunch consisting of a white milk and cheese sandwich . The account willll continue to be charged.  The    The Elementary homeroom teachers will be notified prior to lunch for students who owe $10.00 or more. They will be given a slip to give to the students letting them know they will receive a cheese sandwich lunch. The students will need to give these slips to the cafeteria server to receive their lunch.  All    All money should be taken to the cafeteria in the morning before 10:00 a.m.   Any     money brought brought to the cafeteria will be applied ied towards the negative balance.  No    No money will be accepted through the lunch lines.  No    No Elementary students may participate in field trips at the end of the year unless the account is paid in full.   All     accounts must must be paid in full at the end of of each school year. year.  There are no Ala Carte items in the Elementary Cafeteria except There milk; however, a student who purchases purchases lunch may also buy extra menu items. Extra menu items are any single item on the menu or a second lunch. Students are charged for any extras that they choose and must have money in their lunch account to cover these. Students receiving free or reduced meals may also buy extras if there is money available in their account. Any student who receives free lunches  and purchases a milk only  is charged $0.35. The milk is NOT free when purchased without a lunch. If If a student forgets his/her home-packed lunch or money for lunch, he/she may charge a lunch. Charges are discouraged and should be covered covered with an account deposit as soon as possible.  If    If a parent does not wish their child to buy extras or a double lunch, they may request this in writing to the Food Service Director, who will then put a “block” on the t he account.  Phone    Phone calls will NOT be made to parents. However, parents may call the Food Food Service Director at the school between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. to check on an account balance at 887-5012 ext. 309 or through the MealPay system online at www.mealpay.com www.mealpa y.com or by phone at 1-866-734-4691 (please have student ID# when calling).   A     reminder reminder to parents or guardians that if your financial status changes changes throughout the year, you are encouraged to call 887-5543 to request a lunch form be mailed to you.   

 All charges must be paid by the end of the school year. All year. Any money left in accounts at the end of the school year will be available to the student at the beginning of the next school year.  Students may bring lunches from home rather than eating a cafeteria-prepared lunch. Students It is assumed that such a lunch has the parent’s approval. However, it is requested that no soda pop be brought to school to drink at lunch time. Also, students bringing candy, candy, potato chips, corn chips, and so forth should only bring enough for themselves. Many parents do not want their child(ren) to eat such food at lunch time, so we request that students not share any item with their friends.

mind that your deposit will need to cover any extra menu items that your child may purchase. Yo Youu may deposit as much money as you would like into your child’s ld’s account. Deposits to cover more than one week at a time are encouraged, encouraged, but not mandatory. mandatory. If possible, deposits should should be made by check or through the MealPay System. If that is not possible, cash is also accepted. Checks can be mailed to the school payable to the Smethport Cafeteria Fund   – attention Food Service Director or sent to school with your child. You must fill out a School Lunch Deposit Slip with your child’s account number, amount of the deposit, and the child’s name, or have this information on with the deposit. A cafeteria employee will sign the School Lunch Deposit Slip when it is received and return a copy to your child as your receipt.  First and second grade students will be putting in their ID#’s in the cafeteria at lunch First time. Please go over these numbers numbers with your child. child. They are their six (6) digit digit ID#’s.  H igh School Cafeteria News High

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Cafeteria breakfasts and lunches are offered to students each school day at a reasonable cost. Breakfast will be available before school each each day, beginning beginning at 7:45 a.m. High school students have a variety of options from which to choose. Nutritious meals are prepared and served daily by the cafeteria staff. High School students may substitute a salad bar or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich or yogurt in place of the main entrée. entrée. The rest of the regular lunch is then served with the substitute.  Cafeteria Prices (average)  High School Stu tuddent Breakfa fasst  Reduced Breakfast  High School Student Lunches  Reduced Lunches  Ala   carte main entrée entrée items

Daily $0.75 $0.30 $1.40 $0.40 $1.20

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High  H igh School Lunch Policy  If    If an account has a negative balance, no extras or doubles may be purchased.  Letters    Letters will be sent home once a month to the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the High School students who owe more than $10.00. High School students will also also be reminded, as they go through the lunch line, if their balances are getting low.   Any     cafeteria charges over $10.00 will result in a High School student being denied a lunch.  The    The High School teachers will notify their homeroom students who owe over $10.00. The students will be given a slip letting them know they will be denied lunch until their balance is paid in full.  All    All money must be received in the cafeteria in the morning before 10:00 a.m.   Any     money brought brought to the cafeteria will be applied ied towards the negative balance.      

No  N money will be accepted theinlunch lines.  Noo High No School students maythrough participate field trips and/or dances (including Prom), unless the account is paid in full.   All     accounts must must be paid in full at the end of each each school year. year.  There are no Ala Carte items in the High School Cafeteria except milk; however, a There student who purchases lunch may also buy extra menu items. items. Extra menu items are any single item on the menu or a second second lunch. Students are charged for any extras that that they choose and must have money in their lunch account to cover these. Students receiving free or reduced meals may also buy extras if there is money available lable in their account. Any student who receives free lunches and purchases a milk only is charged $0.35. The milk is NOT free when purchased without a lunch.  High School students can purchase items from the vending machines but they must be High purchased with cash. Soda pop is not available available for purchase during school hours. All vending machine selections have been analyzed and are in compliance with the nutritional guidelines specified in the Wellness Policy. If If a student forgets his/her home-packed lunch or money for lunch, he/she may charge a lunch. Charges are discouraged and should be covered covered with an account deposit as soon as possible.  If    If a parent does not wish their child to buy extras or a double lunch, they may request this in writing to the Food Service Director, who will then put a “block” on the t he account.  Phone    Phone calls will NOT be made to parents. However, parents may call the Food Service Service Director at the school between the hours of 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. to check on an account

balance at 887-5545 159 oratthrough the MealPay system online at ID# when www.mealpay.com www.mealpay .com orext. by phone 1-866-734-4691 (please have student calling).   A     reminder reminder to parents or guardians that that if your financial status changes changes throughout the year, you are encouraged to call 887-5543 to request a lunch form be mailed to you.  All    All charges must be paid by the end of the school year  . Any money left in accounts at the end of the school year will be available to the student at the beginning of the next school year.  Students may bring lunches from home rather than eating a cafeteria-prepared lunch. Students It is assumed that such a lunch has the parent’s approval. However, it is requested that no soda pop be brought to school to drink at lunch time. Also, students bringing candy, candy, potato chips, corn chips, and so forth should only bring enough for themselves. Many parents do not want their child(ren) to eat such food at lunch time, so we request that students not share any item with their friends.  With the Point of Sale system, we encourage parents to send in lunch money for their With child’s account account in advance. advance. Charges are discouraged. discouraged. The average daily daily,, weekly, weekly, and monthly prices for breakfast and lunch unch are listed for your reference. Please also keep in mind that your deposit will need to cover any extra menu items that your child may purchase. Yo Youu may deposit as much money as you would like into your child’s ld’s account. Deposits to cover more than one week at a time are encouraged, encouraged, but not mandatory. mandatory. If possible, deposits should should be made by check or through the MealPay System. If that is not possible, cash is also accepted. Checks can be mailed to the school payable to the Smethport Funda  –School attention Food Service or sent to account school with your child. YouCafeteria must fill out Lunch Deposi t SlipDirector with your child’s number,

amount of the deposit, and the child’s name, or have this information on with the deposit. A cafeteria employee will sign the School Lunch Deposit Slip when it is received and return a copy to your child as your receipt.  ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~  MARK YOUR CALENDAR: MARK      

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