Indiana Coin Club, Koma, Rositsa, Prayers for Ukraine, etc. | Community News

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The 64th Annual Spring Coin Show, sponsored by the Indiana Coin Club Inc., will take place March 12 at the S&T Bank Arena at the White Township Recreation Complex.

The lounge will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will feature nearly 40 tables with coin dealers from Pennsylvania and surrounding states. Vendors will have coins, currencies, tokens, bullion, and other numismatic items for sale.

There are no admission fees.

A special Coins 4 Kids program will be offered at 1 p.m. and children must be accompanied by an adult.

Local author Mary Kathryn Koma has released the sequel to her debut novel, “The Creek Don’t Rise,” titled “Cobwebs a’Plenty: A Search for Solace in the Shwanee Valley.”

Koma writes historical fiction, so although the story is fictional, the story in her novels is true, as well as many events, she said.

In his works, Koma describes growing up in a small mining town. The sequel centers around the towns of NuMine, Rural Valley, and Shannock Valley High School.

Her books are available at Book Nook on Philadelphia Street in Indiana. She will have book signings every Wednesday night at the R&P Coffee Shop in Rural Valley and will be signing books at Kittanning News on March 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Koma will also be at the Indiana Mall on Saturday, April 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and again on Wednesday, May 4, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Rositsa Bessetti of Indiana is one of 11 finalists vying for a position on Sun-Maid’s Board of Imagination.

The snack brand is looking nationwide for its next board member, made up of kids “who help provide insight and guide the company in brand and product decisions,” according to a statement. Press.






Rositsa Bessetti




If named to the board, benefits include a $5,000 college fund award, $5,000 for his school to spend on anything to spark the imagination, and a year of Sun-Maid snacks for the whole school.

Grace Church will host two community prayer services on Monday, at noon and 6 p.m. Focusing outwardly on the war in Ukraine, the community will come together for prayer, worship, and scripture.

There will be traditional hymns and contemporary acoustic music. Please help us spread the word about the prayer services throughout the community. Invite your family, friends and neighbors to join you in this service.

Prayer changes things. Pastor Will Pinos will lead the prayer services.

The community is invited to join us in the sanctuary of Grace United Methodist Church, 50 S. Seventh St., Indiana.

The Tails on Trails 5K, with proceeds benefiting Four Footed Friends, is scheduled for Saturday, April 2, beginning and ending at the IUP softball field.

Registration is from 9am to 9:45am and start time is 10am

To receive a t-shirt, be sure to register by April 1 at the James G. Mill Fitness Center, Second Floor of Zink Hall, IUP, or for more information, contact Ashley at [email protected] or ( 723) 357-0123.

Be sure to recognize this week’s good neighbors Jonathan and Justin Alter of the Penn Run area for clearing driveways and shoveling sidewalks for others during snow storms.

Don’t forget the annual Basket Bash set for 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the Homer-Center Public Library, where doors open at 12:30 p.m….Gasoline prices hover around $3.99 a gallon in the area, according to www.pennsylvan iagasprices.com. … Willie, our former shoe shiner, today quotes author Agatha Christie, who once wrote, “Dogs are good. They crawl into a quiet corner and lick their wounds and don’t rejoin the world until they are whole once more.

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