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CHEST SPRINGS

Cambria Farm Bureau sets annual meeting

The Cambria County Farm Bureau annual meeting and dinner will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at St. Monica’s Church Social Hall in Chest Springs.

There will be brief reports given, as well as election of board members. Candidates who will be on the November ballot are invited and will be given time to speak to the group.

Another highlight will be recognizing the Hines Family as the Farm Bureau Family of the Year.

The cost is $15 per person. For reservations, call Mary Lou Smithmyer at 674-3715 or Marty Yahner at 244-7446.

CLAYSBURG

Catering business moves to new location

12Eleven Catering has moved to a new location in Claysburg, using a recently remodeled and private certified kitchen.

Owned by Stephanie Trude, 12Eleven Catering offers full-service catering for corporate lunches, wedding receptions and at home/public events and can accommodate groups of 10 to over 500.

Trude focuses on foods made from scratch. She offers smoked meats like brisket and pulled pork but also offers other homestyle foods and sides like smoked macaroni and cheese, pasta salad, strawberry salad, fried cabbage and noodles and more.

The telephone number is 931-8454. The website is 12ElevenCatering.com or Facebook.com/12ElevenCatering.

INDIANA

First Commonwealth completes purchase

First Commonwealth Financial Corp.’s banking subsidiary, First Commonwealth Bank, has completed the purchase of 14 central Pennsylvania retail banking locations from Santander Bank N.A. The transaction expands First Common­wealth’s presence into State College, Lock Haven, Williamsport and Lewisburg.

First Commonwealth has converted the acquired branches and transitioned all customer accounts, with all 14 locations opened as First Commonwealth Bank branches with First Commonwealth signage.

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