COPS & BOBBERS ® FISHING DERBY Sat., May 11, 2019 9 am — ?
Gumtown Park, Water St., New Bethlehem, Fish will be stocked at 8 AM Free Fishing Derby for kids of all ages.
Bring your own pole, bait and tackle. Some loaner poles and bait will be available. Officers will work side by side with kids. Anyone over 15 must have a license. Pre-register by April 30th. Forms available on New Bethlehem Borough website. Prizes and hot dog lunch provided at 11:30 am.
Donations needed for cost of stocking fish: New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, PO Box 214, New Bethlehem 16242, NW Savings Bank (New Bethlehem & Rimersburg), A Plus & Police Station. Donated poles or prizes appreciated to Station or J&K’s Service Center, 311 Water St., East Brady.
Sponsor: New Bethlehem Borough Police Dept.
Participating Law Enforcement Agencies: PA Game Commission, PA Fish & Boat Commission; PA State Police—Clarion, Jefferson Co. Probation with Dog, Clarion Co. Sheriff’s Dept.
Invited agencies will attend if available: Manor Township, Brookville, Clarion Borough, Jefferson Co. Army National Guard
Food prepared by New Bethlehem Scouts 403, additional food as scout fundraiser.
Paper goods donated by Dollar General.
Fishing Derby Flyer
Line Dance & Couples Pattern Dances
Where: Rimersburg Community Building
When: Tuesday Nights 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $1.00 per person (for use of the hall)
Ages: 10 to 80 (younger or older if you really want to dance)
NO ONE HAS TWO LEFT FEET, EVERYONE CAN LEARN TO DANCE!
Come join our Dance Family for Fun, Exercise, and Camaraderie. We have a Dance on the 3rd Friday Night of each month and everyone is welcome to attend.
Line Dancers Poster
*Get your water and sewer bill in your email and do away with paper bills!
When you register for eBill using the “Pay My Bills” tab, you can pay your bill at Northwest Bank in Rimersburg, mail in a check to the Borough office, or choose to pay it online. The only differences are that you will receive your bill in your email instead of paper, and you will have the ability to view your bill online using “View and Pay Bills.” This does not obligate you to pay online and it helps the environment by using less trees! If you have questions, please contact the Borough Office – we are happy to help. We do not share your email address or any contact information.
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