Army Meals Share moved to Thursday
This month’s Army Meals Share distribution on the Duncansville VFW Auxiliary 8724 shall be held on Thursday, April 13, starting at midday. The auxiliary just isn’t in a position to maintain the distribution on the second Monday, as traditional, as a result of Easter vacation.
That is for all energetic navy, veterans and widows or widowers of veterans dwelling in Blair County. This system is presently serving veterans in want and provides to people who qualify by the revenue pointers.
A navy and photograph ID are required. Enter from Dunnings Freeway/Newry Lane and line up on Turek Drive if the car parking zone is full.
BPW to carry well being, wellness occasion
Altoona and Windber Enterprise and Skilled Girls District 5 will host a Girls’s Well being and Wellness occasion from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at St Patrick’s College Fitness center, 731 Patrick Lane, Newry.
This free occasion is for girls of all ages to study total well being together with psychological, bodily, non secular and monetary and share BPW membership data.
Breakout classes embody Doula, Lindsay Martella PhD; Breast Well being, Dr. Deborah Sims; Down There Care, Dr. Stacey Carlitz; Coping with Stress, Dr. Ella McElwee; Diet and Train, Julie Patual; and Hypnosis and Psychological Well being, Teresa Martel, licensed hypnotherapist.
There shall be varied women-owned distributors. together with Tastefully Easy, Pampered Chef, Thirty One, Scentsy, handmade jewellery and extra.
Vendor tables can be found for $25 per desk. Purposes and cost have to be obtained by April 15. For extra data, contact Angela Reilly at 814-207-1465 or email@example.com or Vanessa Gardner at 814-233-1244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Household Search Heart to re-open
The Household Search Heart (previously referred to as Household Historical past Heart) will re-open on Saturday, April 15, and shall be open each Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For anybody new to genealogical analysis, the middle could have a particular class to debate do household historical past plus instruction on use the assets obtainable on the heart.
The middle is on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 778 Brush Mountain Highway, Hollidaysburg. Contact Julia Ryan at 814-381-8305 for extra data.
Burns to gather nonperishable meals
EBENSBURG — The places of work of State Rep. Frank Burns, D-Cambria, will function a set level for a monthlong meals drive for native meals pantries.
Unexpired, nonperishable meals objects could also be dropped off via April 30 at 535 Fairfield Ave., Johnstown, or 119 S. Heart St., Ebensburg.
Whereas all nonperishable objects are welcome, donations of boxed items equivalent to cereal or prompt potatoes, pudding and canned greens equivalent to corn, inexperienced beans and candy potatoes, are of specific want.
For extra data, name 814-472-8021.
NARFE to satisfy Friday at Hoss’s
Nationwide Lively and Retired Federal Workers will meet Friday April 14, at Hoss’s Steak and Sea Home, Duncansville, with lunch at midday and the assembly at
1 p.m. Jim Snyder will current a match recreation of “Courthouse Faces.”
Retired or presently working federal worker and company are welcome. For extra data, contact Mike Grove at email@example.com or 814-329-8274.
Quakers to proceed speaker collection
FISHERTOWN — The Dunnings Creek Associates Assembly (Quakers) will current the Spring ’23 occasion of their ‘Nonetheless Listening’ visitor speaker collection on native historical past.
The occasion shall be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 16, on the historic Dunnings Creek Associates Meetinghouse (also referred to as the Outdated Brick Quaker Church), 285 Outdated Quaker Church Highway, Fishertown, in addition to on-line by way of Zoom.
Delores “Dee” Marshall Myers of Everett will current “The Testimony of a Black Girl: Love Justice Equality” relating her experiences rising up and dwelling within the small rural city of Everett.
There isn’t a admission cost. Gentle refreshments shall be served. All are welcome, however seating is restricted. E mail firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom hyperlink or additional data.
Auditions set for spring children’ present
Auditions for Off Pitt Avenue Theater’s spring children’ present, “Alice in Wonderland,” shall be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 15, the Bedford Arts Cooperative, and 4 p.m. Saturday, April 15, at The State Theater of Johnstown. Actors ages 7-14 of all genders are inspired to enroll.
“Alice in Wonderland” shall be produced on the Bedford Arts Cooperative and the State Theater of Johnstown. Actors will have the ability to choose to be solid in both or each venues. Choice choices are on the web registration kind. Exhibits are at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Could 19 and 20, in Bedford and seven:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Could 26 and 27 and three p.m. Sunday, Could 28, in Johnstown.
For extra data and to enroll, go to www.OffPittStreet.com/auditions.html or name/textual content: 814-310-1987. Stroll-ins are welcome, however registration is strongly inspired.
Voice actors wanted for ‘Spaceballs’
Voice actors are inspired to enroll to be a part of the solid of “Atomic Radio: Spaceballs” stay efficiency radio present. There isn’t a audition, however the signup deadline is Friday, April 14. Casting is restricted. These with the power to do a wide range of accents are inspired.
“Atomic Radio” is a “stay efficiency” the place actors current tales via dramatic studying — just like the broadly widespread radio exhibits of the Forties and ’50s. No memorization is required. There are 4 rehearsals and one efficiency.
“Atomic Radio: Spaceballs” shall be carried out at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Could 4, on the State Theater of Johnstown (to rejoice “Could the 4th”). The one necessities are studying fluency and a dynamic voice.
Join at www.offpittstreet.com, name/textual content 814-310-1987 or electronic mail email@example.com.
Space golf equipment and nonprofits can electronic mail articles and photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org. For extra data, name Brenda Carberry, neighborhood information coordinator, at 814-946-7459.