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JOHNSTOWN

Free training for alcohol sales

The Cambria County Drug & Alcohol Program has again partnered with The Learning Lamp to coordinate a free RAMP server/seller training in June.

The training is led by a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board-approved Responsible Alcohol Management Program trainer to ensure that employees and volunteers know how to safely serve alcohol by recognizing the signs of intoxication and to tell if customers are 21 or older.

The training will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. June 13 at the Young People’s Community Center, 300 Prave St., Ebensburg.

Registration is required and can be made at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RAMP4-4-22.

For more information, contact Elizabeth ElBayly at 814-262-0732 ext. 287 or email eelbayly@thelearninglamp.

Penn Highlands re-accredited

The Pennsylvania Highlands Community College Accelerated College Education Program, which focuses on high school students and their ability to earn college credits while in high school through dual enrollment coursework, was recently granted re-accreditation by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships Accreditation Commission.

ACE currently partners with 49 school districts throughout Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Highlands Community College is also accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

SANBURY

Weis reveals price reductions

Weis Markets is making a multi-million-dollar investment to reduce prices on hundreds of its best-selling frozen products as part of its Low, Low Price program, according to a company news release.

The lower pricing includes brand-name and Weis Quality products and is an expansion of Weis Markets’ Low, Low Price program, which launched in 2019 and includes more than 7,000 grocery products and nearly 80 produce items.

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