Centre News Digest for April 25, 2021
FUN FACT: Today is National Pet Parents Day! If you are a pet parent feel free to share a picture of your pet
Protest in response to decision to retire the Red Raider logo
Yesterday, a protest took place in response to the Bellefonte School Board’s decision to retire the Red Raider logo. The final vote to decide whether Bellefonte High should retire the Red Raider name will be on Tuesday. Story by Dylan Huberman for WJACTV.
Relay for Life event
The annual Relay for Life event at Penn State took place this weekend virtually. Several events including activity and performance hour and caregiver and sponsor hour were live streamed on psurelay.org. Story by Emily Grill for PSU commradio.
After being cancelled last year due to COVID-19 concerns, local officials have given conditional approval for the annual Bellefonte Cruise to take place this year from June 18-19. Story by Vincent Corso for statecollege.com
More biking trails to Centre County
The second phase of a project to bring more biking trails to Centre County is in the works. The first phase included constructing the Harvest Fields Community Trails in Boalsburg on land near the Calvary Church. Story by Erin Hogge for the Centre Daily Times.
Wildlife for Everyone Foundation and the ClearWater Conservancy
Two organizations in Centre County, the Wildlife for Everyone Foundation and the ClearWater Conservancy, are partnering with West Penn Power and Penelec to plant 300 trees in the Soaring Eagle Wetland. Story from the Express PA.