Come Visit Huntingdon County, PA 


Come Visit Huntingdon County Pennsylvania

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American Cancer Society Relay For Life

The American Cancer Society's "Relay for Life" Event in Huntingdon County raised over $100,000 at this year's (2002) event.

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Recycling in Huntingdon County

American Cancer Society - 643-1980 - "Relay for Life" A 24 hour team event to fight cancer starting at 6 PM. Presented by the Huntingdon County Unit. Held in Detweiler Field, Huntingdon Route 26.

The Shaver's Creek Environmental Center - Be a Raptor Center Animal Care Volunteer.

Forestry & Your Community - Forest stewardship is the wise management and use of our forest resources to ensure their health and productivity for years to come. Stewardship challenges us to look beyond our immediate personal needs to leave a living forest legacy for future generations.

Volunteer Program at JC Blair Hospital

Volunteering at Raystown Lake

PA Forest Lands Beautification Program - The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has developed the Forest Lands Beautification Program to clean up our forests. Volunteers are the key to success.

Huntingdon County Humane Society

Friends of Raystown Lake -is raising funds to add lights to the numbered mile markers on the lake in addition to areas that are difficult to navigate during the night or in the fog. These lights are solar powered and cost $150 each. It is estimated that $1000 is still needed to complete the project. Currently, $3000 has been donated to this project. If you believe in safety on the lake or have every been lost on a dark night, please consider making a donation today. Make your check out to Friends of Raystown Lake and send it to: Friends of Raystown Lake, P. O. Box 87, Hesston, PA, 16647. Friends of Raystown Lake is a non-profit, 501C(3) organization, promoting responsible stewardship of the natural and recreational resources of the Raystown Lake. Members receive a quarterly newsletter, patch and decal. You can join for as little as $10 per year. Become a Friend today.

4-H of Huntingdon County - The backbone of 4-H is the system of volunteer leaders who lead 4-H clubs. Don't be surprised though, if you see 4-H in other places! We visit school, operate 4-H camp, and have occasional trainings for 4-H and non 4-H youth, known as special interests groups.

Friends of The Raystown Field Station

Western Pennsylvania Conservancy - Get Involved Flower Power


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