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Whereas, The Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF approved on October 23, 2013, one annual memorial scholarship of $1,000;

Resolved, That the APSCURF Memorial Scholarship shall be a merit scholarship for entering freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are descendants of present and past faculty, librarians, and coaches at Clarion University; and

Resolved, That the 2015-2016 scholarship be designated a memorial for our deceased colleagues

Michael D. Barrett 06/02/2015
Computer Information Science

June Marie Hetrick 04/09/2015
APSCUF

Nancy W. Keller 07/11/2015
Nursing

Donna G. Kinol 05/02/2015
Mathematics

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For seventeen consecutive years the Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF, The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Retired Faculty, has awarded memorial scholarships through Clarion University Foundation honoring their deceased colleagues. The Memorial Resolution for 2014-2015 is as follows.

Whereas, The Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF approved on October 23, 2013, one annual memorial scholarship fo $1,000;

Resolved, That the 2014-2015 scholarship be designated a memorial for our deceased colleagues

Vahe H. Berberian 12/25/13 Music
Rafael Diaz y Diaz 09/11/14 Modern Languages
Dean Alan Farnham 11/07/13 Music
Francis Gabriel Greco 01/11/14 English
Gail F. Grejda 05/13/14 Education
James E. Holden 11/09/13 Computer Science
Jack I. Lowe 06/17/14 Law
Russell Charles Reefer Jr 10/04/14 Music
Jean Pehrson Rumsey 05/14/14 Philosophy
Kay Schlappe 03/10/14 Psychology
C. Darrel Sheraw 03/27/14 English
Glenn L. Sitzman 02/08/13 Library
William Frederick Stine 01/28/14 Economics

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For sixteen consecutive years the Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF, The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Retired Faculty, has awarded memorial scholarships through Clarion University Foundation honoring their deceased colleagues. The Memorial Resolution for 2013-14 is as follows.

Whereas, The Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF approved on October23, 2013, one annual memorial scholarship of $1,000;

Resolved, That the 2013-2014 scholarship be designated a memorial for our deceased colleagues

Donald Black 07/09/13 Music
Dempsey Middleton Dupree 10/28/12 Accountancy
Berlie Raymond Etzel Jr 04/10/13 Cheyney University Mathematic
Wanda A. Jetkiewicz 01/19/13 Biology
Melvin Mitchell 04/04/13 Mathematics
Eugene L. Rhoades 06/20/13 Mathematics
Ruth Suzanne Van Meter 05/31/13 History
Thomas T. Vernon 01/27/13 Economics

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For the past fourteenth years the Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF, The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Retired Faculty, has awarded scholarships through Clarion University Foundation honoring their deceased colleagues.  At their Fall Dinner and Meeting on October 23rd the tradition continued for its fifteenth year.  The Memorial Resolution is as follows.

Whereas, The Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF approved on April 21, 2005, two annual memorial scholarships of $1,000 each;

Resolved, That the 2012-13 scholarships be designated memorials for our deceased colleagues

Frank Battista 01/03/12 Education

Dolph O. Cook 07/28/12 Biology

Alastair T. Crawford 04/02/12 History

Robert E. Crawford 07/14/12 Geography

Kenneth F. Emerick 11/24/11 Library

John W. Hach Jr 02/19/12 Mathematics

Nancy Shaw McKee 01/15/12

John Mellon 04/06/12 English

Lawrence L. Penny o3/23/12 Psychology

Donald Wilson 02/10/12 English

Robert M. Yoho Sr 12/06/11 Education

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Hail to the chef, The Cricket Inn on Rt 322 between the Marianne Estates and Shippenville PA is a great soup-and-sandwich shop.  For the old timers, it’s where Judy’s Motel once stood, that later became The Keg & Crate, and then burned down.  The Cricket is in a section of the old motel, with bright yellow doors.

Dave Woolslayer, graduate of Clarion University and Community College of Allegheny County, opened last June, and keeps hours 7 to 7, Tuesday through Saturday.  You can order takeout at 782-3355, but you will miss the fun of eating in.  The decor has a little bit of everything for a friendly, funny atmosphere.  Just when have you dined under Picasso’s Guernica?  Never, I bet.  If you plan ahead, he does cakes and pies to order.

I can personally attest to the tasty Crabby Club that could hold its own on the East coast.  I also enjoyed the Grilled Meatloaf sandwich on dark, marble bread with spicy Dijon mustard.  I have had three of his own soups: Potato, Ham & Pea, and Mulligatawny, each excellent.

If you really plan ahead you can order the Cricket Special.  The organic, cage free crickets are shipped live, dipped in a very light batter, then lowered into hot oil with an Asian strainer for less than a minute.  I am not allowed to say how he lifts the fragile cluster out of the strainer on to paper towels and then to an arranged bed of fancy lettuce on a presentation plate, dressed with drizzled pomegranate sauce.  If there are crickets separate from the cluster, they are arranged as though guarding the cluster.

 

 

If you like to eat in local spots where you know who does the cooking and serving, you can talk to the big one who brings your minus because the big one is Dave.  Charles Marlin

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For the past thirteen years the Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF, The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Retired Faculty, has awarded scholarships through Clarion University Foundation honoring their deceased colleagues.  At their Fall Dinner and Meeting on October 11th the tradition continued for its fourteenth year.  The Memorial Resolution is as follows.

Whereas, The Clarion University Chapter of APSCURF approved on April 21, 2005, two annual memorial scholarships of $1,000 each;

Resolved, That the 2011-12 scholarships be designated memorials for our deceased colleagues

Bernard L. Bienio 10/23/10 Business Administration

Bruce H. Dinsmore 12/09/10 Biology

Ronald E. Ditz 08/10/11 Administrative Science

Daniel Fecko 05/01/10 Mathematics

William J. Karl 12/11/10 English

Mohammad I. Khan 04/05/11 History

Robert G. McElhattan 04/20/11 Education

James Rex Mitchell 03/05/11 Music

Hugh Park 12/30/09 English

Joseph Richard Spence 09/12/11 Art

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The Mary E. Shaner Scholarships for 2011 were recently awarded; and they went to Katie Kohlenberg who plans to attend Clarion University, Bryan Botts who plans to attend Clarion University, and James Gillen who plans to attend Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

In the photograph, from left to right, are Katie Kohlenberg, KHS Principal Vicky Walters, Bryan Botts, and James Gillen.

Mary E. Shaner was a life time resident of the Knox area.  Her career was spent first in local classrooms, and then as librarian at Keystone High School, Knox PA.  A bequest in her will established the scholarship fund at Keystone that bears her name, entrusted to the Clarion County Community Foundation, an affiliate of Bridge Builders Community Foundations.  Charles Marlin

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