Hoppy News!

Army combat medic SERGEANT Adam Hartswick LOST BOTH LEGS IN AN I-E-D EXPLOSION IN AFGHANISTAN THIS YEAR…NOW state RepRESENTATIVE Scott Conklin WILL introduce legislation to re-name PART OF ROUTE 45 in THE Pine Grove Mills AREA IN HIS HONOR. Hartswick graduated from State College High in 2009. HE is STILL a patient at Walter Reed Medical Center, BUT RETURNS TO CENTRE COUNTY On weekends.

last month, 10-year-old Anthony Sanders was running d lemonade stand in Johnstown when a 12 year old boy with a bb gun robbed him of $30. HE WAS BACK IN BUSINESS THE NEXT DAY. last week, St. Francis University School of Business Enactus chapter honored A-J with the Young Emerging Entrepreneur Award. A-J SAYS HE WANTS TO BECOME A CHEF.

AND The giant panda cub at Washington's National Zoo appears to be in excellent health. The panda WAS born Friday afternoon, weighING 4.8 ounces. A second cub was stillborn Saturday night, but zookeepers were still overjoyed at the prospect of one healthy cub given that pandas are critically endangered and breeding them in captivity has proved difficult, especially in Washington.

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