In the region
Band slates final summer concert
LEWISTOWN — The Lewistown Community Band will present its final concert of the summer season at 3 p.m. on Sunday at Calvary Bible Church, located at 100 Calvary Lane, off Ferguson Valley Road.
The 35-piece band is under the direction of Peter Marsh and assistant director Terri Limes. The concert will include “Somewhere” from West Side Story, John Rutter’s “For the Beauty of the Earth” arranged by Jay Dawson and two of John Williams’ symphonic marches.
Also appearing on the program will be 8-to-the-Bar Sisters performing two numbers from the 1940s.
Vietnam veterans to host ceremony
BURNHAM — Mifflin County Vietnam Veterans of America will hold a recognition ceremony for those from Mifflin County who lost their lives in defense of their country during the Vietnam War.
The event will take place at noon Sept. 3 at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 5th Avenue, Burnham.
The Touring Friends, the motorcycle group that supports VVA Chapter 791, will make an appearance.
PennDOT to resume surface application
CLEARFIELD — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced that the contractor for a high friction surface application project impacting nine sites including Juniata County plans to resume work on Monday.
High friction surface applications improve skid resistance and enhance safety for motorists at the application sites.
The sites include a Smokey Hollow Road bridge spanning Tuscarora Creek near East Waterford in Tuscarora Township.
While crews apply the high friction surface treatments, drivers should expect to encounter flaggers in the roadway providing traffic control. PennDOT urges drivers to build extra travel time into their schedules as short delays are expected.