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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Gettysburg, PennsylvaniaVol. 113, no. 62 general Jacob Cox occupies Kinston 9 seek to fill school Board vacancy nine candidates Are seeking to fill the Short term vacancy on the Gettysburg area school District Gas Board of school directors according to superintendent or. Larry Redding. Earlier this month school Board vice president Kristen Woodward resigned her seat on the Board due to health reasons she wrote in her resignation letter. Three of the nine candidates Jason Townsend Dave Powell and Stephanie Gladfelter Are not seeking party nominations in the primary election on May 19. Other candidates for the Short term vacancy who Are on the 2015 primary ballot include Cynthia a. Birdwell Coyd Marion Bud Vance Stuart Kravits Keith Bruck de Suplee and Carlos e. Wampler. Gas school Board president Todd Orner said Friday that he could not remember the last time they had nine people apply for one school Board position. The deadline to submit applications was Friday by noon. I am surprised by the number Orner continued. However Given some of the issues both nationally statewide and locally i am not surprised. The school District will be holding a special meeting at 5 p. M., monday to conduct interviews with the candidates. The Gas Board of school directors May take action to appoint a member following the 90 minute process according to Orner. Orner Hopes to bring in one candidate for an interview at a time to make sure All people Are treated equally. Because the special meeting is open to Public Orner is unsure whether having other candidates remain in the hallway throughout the interview process would violate the Pennsylvania Sunshine Law. We Are asking the school solicitor to be there for guidance during the process Orner said. We just want by Vanessa Pellechio times staff writer d Arryl w heeler / g Gettysburg t Imes slime time Cortney Golden assistant principal at rolling acres elementary school allows the students to dump slime on her on Friday. Reading Reward Littlestown students slime principals d Arryl w heeler / g Gettysburg t Imes fun some of the students at rolling acres elementary school in Littlestown had the Opportunity to slime their principal Celeste Beard during an Assembly at the school on Friday. In their first year As the elementary schools administrators rolling acres principal Celeste Beard and assistant principal Cortney Golden kept their Promise Friday afternoon to students who read 15,000 Steps for read across America More than double the schools goal. Beard and Golden dressed in sweat pants and t shirts allowed nearly 30 students dump Green homemade slime on them at a special school Assembly at Littlestown area school District on Friday. While Beard was App re by Vanessa Pellechio times staff writer d Arryl w heeler / g Gettysburg t Imes lesson Dick Waybright left from Mason Dixon farms talks to a group of nut i eld scholars during a tour of the farm on Friday. Foreigners visit county for a lessons Adam Mcveigh is 33. He is a Farmer. And he wants to get better at it. So much so that he left his wife and children for several weeks to enhance his skills. Mcveigh from Australia is part of the nut i eld International farming scholars program. As part of the program Farmers from around the world visit numerous countries including England Belgium France Germany Poland Turkey and Kenya. On Friday he and others were in Gettysburg at the Adams county agricultural and natural resource Center to discuss numerous topics. I am doing this leaving my family because i want to get better at what i do said Mcveigh a Cotton and Grain grower in Australia. He and his wife Edwina chose to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary this past March 6 while Mcveigh was in France. He also missed his daughter Paige is fourth birthday March 10 and misses his other daughter Annie 2. Kevin Moran a 22 year old irishman also is sure of his pro by Jeff Widmer times staff writer a Lex j. H ayes / g Gettysburg t Imes hearing concerns those who participated in fridays legislative forum Are from left Chris Kimple legislative aide to rep. Dan Moul rep. Will Tallman Moderator Fred Snyder sen. Rich Alloway Steve Kelley rep. Pat too Meys press Secretary and rep. Scott Perry. Elected of facials hear concerns at forum education funding balancing economic development with preservation and funding 911 systems were the top areas of concern citizens expressed to local legislators during a forum held on Friday. Pennsylvania state senator Richard Alloway Pennsylvania representative will Tallman United states rep. Scott Perry Chris Kimple legislative aide for rep. Dan Moul and Steven Kelly press Secretary for rep. Pat Toomey attended the forum which was held at acc Gettysburg Campus and hosted by by Alex j. Hayes times managing editor see Board on Page a6 see visit on Page a2 see forum on Page a3 see slime on Page a3 s ports Penn states run comes to end in big 10 tourney sports Page b1 p profiles in s ervice Vietnam Story comes full Circle Page a5 weekend edition wow. Gettysburg times. Com 75� attention advertisers March m a dress publishes March 17 Call your rep today 334 1131 Gettysburg Pennsylvania saturday March 14, 2015 985 Baltimore Pike Gettysburg 717 334 9227 wow. Tepik restaurant. Com Brittany Opperman & the southbound train tonight sat., March 14th 7 11pm dinner service available before & during the show March 13th 18th $ 4 guinness pints All Day everyday h homemade i Rish f Ood s specials guinness Stew sausage & potato coddle Sheppard is pie corned beef & cabbage largest Craft Beer selection in town

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