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Students, Professionals Auto, police provide Christmas to families

Members of the Health Careers Club at South Hills School of Business & Technology’s Altoona Campus partnered with Professionals Auto Body and the Logan Township Police Department to provide Christmas to local families.

In addition to helping to raise money for the project, the students did all of the shopping and wrapped all of the presents.

The gifts were then delivered to the families by Santa, who was accompanied by representatives from Professionals Auto Body and Logan Township Police.

Center to hold free FAFSA workshops

The Penn Highlands Community College Blair Center will hold Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) workshops in early 2019 to help students and their families prepare for the upcoming academic year.

FAFSA Workshops will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 28, Feb. 19, March 27 and April 25.

Workshops are designed to help families complete the FAFSA for the 2019-20 academic year. Staff will be available to assist in all phases of the application process, even if you have already completed the FAFSA on your own and want to review it to make sure you have completed it properly.

These workshops are open to current students and the general public. Prospective, former and future students may participate and take advantage of these sessions.

When attending, take completed 2017 tax forms, recent bank statements and recent investment records (parent and student if applicable) and records of untaxed income (if applicable). Take your Social Security number or alien registration number (if not a U.S. citizen).

Students and parents are encouraged to create a FSA ID prior to attending. The ID is used to access certain U.S. Department of Educa-tion websites and to electronically sign your FAFSA and other documents. To create an FSA ID, visit https://fsaid.ed.gov.

For more information, contact Penn Highlands Blair at 201-2700 or blair@pennhighlands.edu or visit www.pennhighlands.edu/.

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