Three members of the Clinton County Community Foundation, from left, Lana Muthler, Mike Snow and Allen Lugg Jr., present a check to some of the youngsters at the Hoberman playground in Lock Haven. These youngsters were in the process of doing a tie dye craft project. Some of their art can be seen in the background. To the left is the playground supervisor, Alyssa Dickey. Keystone Central School District Assistant Recreation Director Toni Snyder, and her assistant, Barbara Krupack (not in the picture) are in charge of all crafts for the entire program. The Foundation also contributed $2,500 to the City of Lock Haven for its swimming beach operation. The $6,000 grant is made to Keystone Central School District to sponsor the entire school district’s summer recreation program which consists of 11 playgrounds in nine municipalities throughout the county and the city beach. Assistance for the program comes from the municipalities, who pay all the wages of those working in each participating municipality, Clinton County government, and the following social and service clubs: Castanea Fire Company, Clinton County 40-8 Voiture “903,” Lock Haven Kiwanis, Lock Haven Sons of Italy, Mill Hall Kiwanis Club, Lock Haven Fraternal Order of Eagles, Renovo American Legion, and Renovo BPO Elks Lodge #134 and Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven. The summer programs are free to all school aged youngsters. Other sponsors are the Clinton County Penn State Cooperative Extension Office and the Clinton County Women’s Center. Both of these agencies make on-site presentations.
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