Dr. Zack Papalia

Class lunch

The WHS class of 1959 will meet for lunch at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Bob Evans . Spouses and guest are always welcome.

Fire police to meet

Warren County Fire Police will meet at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, at North Warren Fire Hall.

Hemlock Tree Conservation

Want to show your love for our local forests? During the week of Valentine’s Day, partners of the High Allegheny Hemlock Conservation Partnership and Allegheny Forest Health Collaborative will join Allegheny Outfitters in Warren, PA for two events focusing on the invasive pest known as Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) which is threatening our native Eastern Hemlock Trees. On Thursday February 13th, this collaborative will lead a training session at Allegheny Outfitters from 6-7:30pm. And on Saturday, February 15th conservation staff from the Roger Tory Peterson Institute will join Allegheny Outfitters for a hike at the Morrison Trail to instruct interested participants on how to survey for HWA and report their findings. The group will meet at the trailhead on Route 59 at 10:30am. These programs are free of charge and all are welcome to attend! For more information, visit www.rtpi.org, www.alleghenyoutfitters.com, or contact hwa@rtpi.org.

Humane Society donations

Donations for the Paws Along the River Warren County Humane Society were made in January in honor of Gail Yaegle, Richard D’Alessandro, Bill Southwell, and Matthew Brennan, and in memory of Michael Kolos, Larry Steele, Ed Kavanaugh, Larry Himes, Martha Winans, James Hand, and Ruth Ann Lobdell.

Halls of Ivy

Dr. Zack Papalia received his PhD in Kinesiology during the 2019 winter commencement at Penn State University. Dr. Papalia is a 2007 graduate of Warren Area High School. He earned is BS in Kinesiology from Penn State in 2011 and Masters of Public Health from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012. His Doctoral Dissertation was titled “Examining the Relationship Between Common Worksite Health Components, Sedentary Behavior, and Employee Performance.”

Zack is the son of Dave and Sue Papalia of Warren and is a Population Health Management Consultant for USI.


Edinboro University of Pennsylvania has announced the following Warren County residents made the Dean’s List for the Fall 2019 semester: Nathen Carr and Madison Marino, of Pittsfield; Madison Loutzenhiser, Russell; Destiny Wynn, Sheffield; Savannah Maze, Desiree McChesney, and Lukas Sheckler, of Tidioute; Claire Abplanalp, Janelle Balas, Hope Colvin, Britany Darr, Alexis Gazdak, Taige Honhart, Michaela Lind, Shelby Smith, Alyssa Strandburg, Lily Striker, Jacob Sorensen, Jared Toter, Alexis Roberts, and Trenton Roberts, of Warren; Elizabeth Steffens, Spring Creek; and, Collin Alekson, and Leigh Fehlman, of Youngsville.


Edinboro University of Pennsylvania has announced the following Warren County residents have graduated following the Fall 2019 semester: Nathen Carr, Pittsfield; and, Tammy Griffin, and Samuel Lindquist, of Warren.


Allie Schutt, of Sugar Grove, and Gwendolyn Darling, of Warren, were named to the Dean’s List at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, for the Fall 2019 academic semester.

Hospital Auxiliary scholarships

The Warren General Hospital Auxiliary is again awarding scholarships to Warren County residents currently enrolled full-time in courses leading to certification and/or licensure in a professional health care field. Two health care courses must be part of the curriculum each semester. The money can be used for tuition, room, board and/or books. Applicants denied scholarships in a previous year are encouraged to reapply if their status now meets the required criteria. To begin the scholarship application process, applicants must submit a typewritten introductory letter that includes the following information: (1) interest in the health care field; (2) financial need; (3) experience, if any, in the health care field; (4) volunteer and employment experience; and (5) when and where training will take place. If all criteria are met, an official application will then be sent to the applicant.

This information must be mailed to the Warren General Hospital Auxiliary Board President, postmarked on or before Friday, March 17, 2020. No hand delivered letters will be accepted.

Promptness is vitally important and no letters will be considered after the deadline.

Address all correspondence to Warren General Hospital Auxiliary Board President, Two Crescent Park West, P.O. Box 68, Warren, PA 16365.


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