Month: November 2018

WGH Basket Contest

WGH Basket Contest

The 17th Annual Warren General Hospital Basket Contest will take place December 3rd-7th in the hospital outpatient lobby. This is one of the biggest fundraisers for the hospital auxiliary, it challenges hospital departments to create fantastic baskets filled with generous contributions. The average Christmas basket contains between $5oo and $1000 worth of merchandise. The contest proceeds will assist the Auxiliary in maintaining the WGH valet parking, funding the scholarship program, and addressing some hospital department needs. Tickets are $1 each and will be sold in the outpatient lobby from 7am-6pm Mon-Thur and 7am-noon on Friday. Bring address labels to save time writing your name and address! The drawing for the baskets will take place on Friday Dec. 7th at 1:30pm and the winning baskets will need picked up by 6pm.

Decision to Reissue Recreational Special Use Permits

Decision to Reissue Recreational Special Use Permits

The Allegheny National Forest has approved requests to reissue
special use authorizations replacing 27 existing or expired authorizations for recreational uses
including fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, and various other
recreation events. The uses approved for reauthorization are located in Elk, Forest, McKean, and
Warren counties, Pennsylvania.

– This information has been provided by Allegheny National Forest News Release.

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Free app can be installed on mobile devices for handy use anywhere.

Whether you’re looking for a place to hunt, need a license or want an easy way to report your deer or turkey harvest, the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s new mobile-device app is a one-stop shop that’s loaded with information hunters and trappers need most.

Through the app, which is free to download at the iTunes and Google Play stores, hunters can find out what’s in season and where, when hunting hours start and end, and whether they’ll need to wear fluorescent orange while in the field, and how much.

The app provides instant access to the Hunting & Trapping Digest – the Game Commission’s complete regulations handbook – as well as the agency’s Mapping Center, which charts hunting opportunities including pheasant releases on state game lands and other hunting properties.

Those in need of licenses can buy them online through the app, or find an issuing agent nearby where they can pick up a license in person. And those who are successful in big-game pursuits can report their harvests through the app, learn the locations of bear and elk check stations, or find a processor where they can donate venison through the Hunters Sharing the Harvest program.

Wildlife-law violations can be reported through the app, and hunters can document their exact location to share in the case of an emergency.

“With this handy and easy-to-use offering, Pennsylvania’s hunters and trappers have all the information they need, right at their fingertips,” said Game Commission Executive Director Bryan Burhans. “Whether seeking immediate answers while in the field, or planning the next day’s hunt from home or camp, all you need is a cellphone signal or network connection to learn whatever you need to know.”

More information about the app, and links to the iTunes and Google Play stores, can be found at by selecting Game Commission Mobile App under the Information & Resources tab.

Information provided by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

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