Miele Mfg., DeLeo Games support Skills Foundation

A grant from Miele Manufacturing Inc. of Williamsport, combined with a matching donation from DeLeo Games of Altoona, resulted in a $5,000 boost to the funds raised to date for the upcoming 17th Annual E.F. “Pat” Houser Golf Tournament, to benefit the Skills Foundation.

The Skills Foundation supports the mission of Skills of Central PA by providing funds to assist people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and serious mental health challenges throughout the central Pennsylvania. Through donations, Skills can purchase specialized equipment, develop and launch new programs, and provide the people supported by Skills with assistive technology devices. In addition, funds raised by the Skills Foundation help to provide essential medical and dental services for people who are unable to receive them through traditional funding sources.


Park Home opening new store in Cambria County

Park Home, owned locally by the Muccitelli family, will open a new store Oct. 1 at 600 Galleria Drive, Johnstown.

Park Home offers furniture, mattresses and appliances, in addition to in-home design consultations.


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