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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - February 13, 2016, Bedford, Pennsylvania
Shoppers Quindel rebels and Rye sports pm. 6 Ridge wrestlers stay alive at states adopt from the humane society a Page 2 a Gazette weekend Bedford a. 75& published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest Neil papers. Vol. 211 no. 124 february 13 amp 14, 2016 saturday amp sunday a wind chill advisory is in effect from 5 . Saturday toll . Sunday. According to the National weather service in state College wind chills May drop to 15 to 20 below Zero with frostbite and hypothermia possible for anyone who does no to take precautions. Winds will be from the Northwest at to to 20 Mph with gusts up to 40 Mph. Temperatures will dip into the single digits falling to Between 5 and 5 below Early sunday. Remember to dress in layers and Wear a hat and gloves the weather service advises. Take action to protect pets and animals from the extreme temperatures. See forecast Page 3. Enter the a i love my downtown contest. Downtown Bedford inc. Invites entrants to submit a photo and one or two sentences of Why he or she loves downtown Bedford to for a Chance to win $25 in Bedford Bucks. The Bucks spend like Cash in downtown stores. Deadline to submit is Midnight on Valentine s Day. Dpi will Post All entries on feb. 15 on the Dpi Facebook Page and the picture with the most likes Between feb. 15 and noon on feb. 21 will be the Winner. Share the love and Tell us Why you love downtown Bedford a fundraiser to Benefit the Southampton historical society will be held today. The event will be held from . To 9 . At Hossy a Steak and sea House Bedford. Visit the society a Facebook Page at history of Southampton township or the website to print out a Coupon that must be presented when paying. A percentage of each Check will be donated to the society to Benefit the Point pleasant school restoration project. Coupons also can be requested by calling 784-3216 or 784 5709. Deaths. Obituaries Page 5 Bussard Vallie l., 84 of Bedford died Friday feb. 12, 2016, at Windber hospice. Arrangements by the Timothy a. Berkebile funeral Home in Bedford. Sheirer Donald e., 88, new Paris. 0 Bho 94 30 6001 or 3 now a the time to take care of your heart Hospital focuses on cardiac rehabilitation by Erin Thompson Gazette staff writer staff in the cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation department at a pm Bedford memorial Hospital would probably Tell you that Valentines week is not just about melting your sweeties heart a its also about taking care of your own. Thomas Marra the manager of rehab Medicine at a pm Bedford says the purpose of cardiac rehabilitation week a feb. 14 to 20 a is to bring awareness to heart health. Marra operates a cardiac rehabilitation program at a pm Bedford to help those who have suffered a heart attack or heart related surgery to take better care of their own heart. The outpatient program monitors patients blood pressure and heart rates through Electrocardiogram for three months to ensure patients can continue healthy heart practices throughout their lives said Marra. A heart disease coronary artery disease and coronary vascular disease Are the number one cause of death in the United states a said Marra. Marra said heart problems Are usually caused by lifestyle and diet. A we live a terrible lifestyle and its not necessarily our fault a he said. A sometimes ifs because we a continued on Page 13 Gazette photos Erin Thompson Thomas Marra manager of rehab Medicine at a pm Bedford memorial Hospital oversees Jane Muntain on the stationary Bike while she participates in the cardiac rehabilitation program. Making a Sweet Holiday sweeter at left Nicole Clark Chocolatier for Bedford candies Pitt Street Bedford places another dipped Strawberry on the tray Friday. The shop is preparing dipped strawberries blueberries and red raspberries along with other candies customers will buy for the loved ones for Valentines Day. Owner Tammy Wiley said one Day sales for Valentines Day top one Day sales at other holidays such As easter though Christmas As a season creates More sales. At right Chocolatier Connie Weaver displays the specially made White chocolate jewelry Box and wrapped chocolate hearts at Fay a candies in Pleasantville. In addition to chocolate covered berries the store is Selling chocolate baskets roses marshmallows and other items for Valentines Day. Both Bedford candies and Fay a will be open saturday and sunday for last minute shoppers. Gazette photos Elizabeth Coyle f Quot i a in St. Thomas kicks off the Lent season with a fish Fry by Andrew Carr Gazette associate editor St. Thomas the apostle Church and school kicked off the lenten season with their annual fish Fry on Friday night. Stephen Yanoshak president of schools the advisory Board said the event celebrates the lenten season where those of the Christian Faith abstain from eating meat throughout the season beginning on Ash wednesday and ending March 24. A a it a a Long standing tradition that goes Back to the Early foundations of the Catholic Church a he said. A this Way people done to have to make their meals they can come out and get it according to the associated press during the six weeks leading up to easter sunday on March 27, Many christians abstain from eat ing most forms of meat on fridays giving Rise to the tradition of Friday fish Fries in Church basements social clubs and fire Halls that often double As Charity fundraisers. According to canonical gospels Jesus Christ spent 40 Days fasting in the desert where he endured temptation by satan. Lent acknowledges that belief including a fasting of 40 Days in preparation for easter. Yanoshak said the event not Only doubles As a fundraiser for the school but also serves As a Way for the Community to socialize. A it is really a great Way for the Community to get together for not Only our Parish but the Community As a whole a he said. A number one it helps our school financially it is part of How we can help keep our school going. But it is also both a Parish and a school function just so we can share a lenten meal with the he said the dinners Are shared Between the school the Parish and with the knights of Columbus and Between 15 to 20 volunteers including children of the school and the alumni that come Back and contribute help prepare the food and serve it to those who attend. The school has been conducting the fish Fries for nearly seven years with each year growing in numbers of those served he said. A it has been really popular and catching on a he said. A each year it has been getting Yanoshak said Many Parish Community members and local businesses donate items to help the event become a Success. A we were Able to do it again this year through the a continued on Page 13 Kane gets 2 weeks to relinquish Justice Eakin emails by Mark Scolforo associated press Harrisburg a. Apr a judicial ethics court has Given attorney general Kathleen Kane two weeks to provide records in a disciplinary Case against supreme court Justice Michael Eakin after lawyers complained she did not respond to requests for a full set of his salacious and objectionable emails. Judge Jack Panella of the court of judicial discipline signed an order thursday that set a feb. 25 deadline to fulfil the judicial conduct boards demand for emails involving Eakin going Back to 2008. The subpoena was issued in mid december by the Board which is pursuing ethics charges against Eakin Over his email practices. 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