Centre Care, Formally Known as Centre Crest, needs the community's help
The nonprofit Centre Care has launched a final $2 million fundraising push for its new $45-million skilled nursing facility set to open next year in College Township.
When completed, the new 240-bed facility on Persia Road, off of Benner Pike, will replace the 80-year-old Centre Crest in Bellefonte, which has been operated by Centre Care since 2013, when ownership was transitioned from Centre County.
For the “Make Our House a Home” fundraising campaign, the State College-based Hamer Foundation has committed to matching the first $300,000 raised from individual donors.
“The new Centre Care belongs to everyone who has made our part of Pennsylvania their home," Betsy Boyer, Centre Care’s board president, said in a news release. "We care deeply about every person in our community and want to ensure they receive the best care. But we need help. We’re calling on the community to support us so we can create the next best place to home at our new facility.”
Please visitwww.centrecare.orgto donate!
The Marion Township Board of Supervisors will be accepting letters of interest for the following positions: Zoning Hearing Board Members, Auditor, Planning Commission and Parks and Recreation. Please submit letters of interest to Marion Township at 4337 Jacksonville Road Howard, PA 16841 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2020 Proposed Budget can be reviewed here
ZITO MEDIA COMPLAINTS:
Marion Township is asking all residents having problems with their Zito Media service to please forward all complaints to the township. Also, if you are missing channels, the Board is urging resident's to call Zito to receive a credit on your account 1-800-365-6988
Office hours have been reduced to Wednesdays 9am-3pm. The secretary will meet residents at the township building who call and make appointments, and will make herself available until 6pm, if scheduled in advance, to better serve the residents of Marion Township who cannot get to the township within the regular hours due to work. We feel this will be more conducive to the working residents of Marion Township. The drop box located on the township building will be checked regularly. Phone calls and emails will still be received Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm.
In case of emergency please contact Archie Gettig, Jr. at (814) 360-0191
PennDOT Announces I80 Safety Enhancement Project, Read the Press Release Here
Meeting Date Changes:
For the Remainder of the 2019, the Marion Township Board of Supervisors Meetings will be the 2nd Thursday of the month. The dates will be September 12th, October 10th, November 14th and December 12th, still at 7:30 p.m.
Marion Township would like the residents to know that the work done on SR26 between 161 and Shay Lane was NOT the betterment project. This was a scheduled update by PennDOT local service for the area at this time. There will be another significant upgrade in the near future.
History of Marion Township Books
History of Marion Township Books are currently for sale for $15.00. Please contact the township secretary if you would like to purchase one. No petty cash is kept at the township so please bring exact change or a check made payable to Marion Township
Please direct questions, concerns and complaints to the township secretary or the Board of Supervisors at any of the numbers listed on the home page. For complaints, please sign and submit to the township building for review by the board. Thank you!