TROY — Where did you put that electric bill?
You could have sworn that you stuffed it in that drawer a couple weeks ago. But it’s not there.
Maybe it’s in the car, under all those other papers and the fast food bag – the one with the greasy French fries that you didn’t scarf down.
And the tax receipts from last year? Where are they?
Don’t even think about those.
2014 Outstanding Young Woman, Lauren Pruyne, will be hosting the 2015 OYW Program, along with the 1995 Bradford-Sullivan Counties’ Outstanding Young Woman Dr. Carolyn Smith Lacey, at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27 in the Towanda Area Jr./Sr. High School auditorium.
On this night, 23 young women representing their high schools from Bradford County will take the stage to participate in the “Accent on Achievement” program.
COLLEY TOWNSHIP — Reggie Snead had been living in a homeless shelter in Dover, Del.
But things changed for the better after the 21-year-old enrolled in the Job Corps, a program of the U.S. Department of Labor that provides disadvantaged youth with job training and an opportunity to earn a high school diploma or GED.