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Celebrating Our Information Systems Technology “SIGNED” Seniors!

At CareerTech, we recognize the achievements of students who have committed to continuing their Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathways. These students are celebrated for their dedication to career training at FCCTC, whether they are entering full-time employment, enrolling in post-secondary education, trade school, or apprenticeships, or enlisting in the military.

Recognizing Our IST Senior Pathways

  • Brody Park: Entering full-time employment in Information Systems Technology (IST).
  • Brayden Stoner: Continuing to work at Wilson College while taking courses.

We are proud of the hard work and achievements of our seniors. Congratulations to Brody Park and Brayden Stoner!

Photo Credits to Franklin County Career and Technology Center

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Earl L. Crawford, Jr. 1937-2024

Earl worked for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company for 30 years before going into business for himself at Crawford Tire from 1981 until 2019.

Dennis W. Flythe 1953-2024

Denny attended Greencastle Antrim High School and graduated from Delaware State University. He focused on providing for his family and creating a legacy.

Arnold W. Wagaman 1939-2024

Arnie was employed at Mack Truck as a quality control specialist until his retirement; a total of 39 years. In his free time, he enjoyed fishing and gardening.

Farm and Garden Penn State Extension

For the week of July 15, 2024 https://extension.psu.edu/franklin UPCOMING WEBINARS AND EVENTS: Penn State Extension is pleased to continue to provide quality education via a

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The Franklin County Free Press, established by Vicky Taylor in 2019, emerged as a beacon of local journalism for the residents of Franklin County. Under Vicky's leadership, it quickly became an essential source of news, particularly at a time when major newspaper publications were increasingly overlooking local coverage.

On January 1, 2022, the torch was passed to Nathan Neil and his firm, Neil Publishing, LLC. Neil, a local entrepreneur with multiple thriving businesses in Chambersburg, shares Vicky's fervent commitment to both the community and the world of local journalism.

Rooted in the heart of Franklin County and powered by its residents, the Franklin County Free Press continues to bridge the gap, ensuring that the local stories, events, and issues that matter most to the community remain in the spotlight.