Historical Society Volunteer of Year
The Warren County Historical Society has announced the organization’s 2017 Volunteer of the Year as Mrs. Paula Bogart.
Bogart starting volunteering at the Warren County Historical Society in 2014; she has a Bachelor of Science in English and a Masters in Reading. Mrs. Bogart worked for the WCSD at Eisenhower High School from 1976 until she retired in 2009. She also volunteers for the Paws Along the River Humane Society’s Paws and Thrift Shop Boutique and Warren’s Street Landscape Committee. Mrs. Bogart is a life-long resident of Warren, married Brad Bogart in November 1983, and has two children Stephen and Suzanne. On occasion, Paula encourages her sister Dr. Laurie Dell to join her in volunteering at the Warren County Historical Society.
According to Managing Director Michelle Gray, “Over the past three years, Paula has dedicated many hours to inventorying the historical society library and library archives, worked diligently for several months entering data on the Charles W. Stone Collection, and as of late has been transcribing the Diary of a Doughboy. Mrs. Bogart serves on the Warren County Historical Society Education Committee and was an integral part of the historical society’s Warren County History Camp this past summer. Paula has a great sense of humor and makes all visitors feel welcome. We are lucky to have her on our team.”
For more information, visit www.warrenhistory.org.
The Allegheny National Forest will transition to its winter office hours starting Tuesday. Office hours at the Bradford and Marienville ranger districts and the Supervisor’s Office will be 8 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday afternoon at the Allegheny Community Center, Rosemary Hanson came in first and Phyllis Broadbent was second. At the Woman’s Club Thursday afternoon, Tana Fegely and Donna Hickey were first and second. Bill Massa was first Thursday evening at the library with Susan Swab coming in second.