Scholarship Winners… Past and Present -Paul Ronan

Paul Ronan is seen shaking hands with President Obama in the Oval Office after the signing of the Lord’s Resistance Northern Uganda Recovery Act. On May 24th, 2010 Paul Ronan, a 2002 graduate of Cuba-Rushford Central School and a Belva A. Waite Scholarship recipient who graduated from Syracuse University, was thanked by President Obama for […]

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Scholarship Winners… Past and Present – Zech Mientkiewicz

Steve & Joy’s son Zech is a Walter F. & Louisa A. Sibley Scholarship winner planning to attend Houghton College in September 2010. His brother Zekial and sister Charlean were previous Foundation scholarship winners. Steve & Joy are very thankful for the three scholarships that have enabled their children to go to the school of […]

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Community Bank, N.A….providing banking services to Allegany County since 1936.

“It’s all in the name…Community.”–Branch Manager Lori Dzielski (second from right in picture above) According to Branch Manager Lori Dzielski, “The biggest reason we support the Foundation is that we are alike, we are both community-based. With eight branches in Allegany County we meet the needs of customers staff and their families, much as the Foundation […]

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Ken & Penny

Ken & Penny have always been advocates of education, and, as retired educators, they affirm, “We continue to see great value in the proper higher education of our young people. One way we can assist others in attaining their higher education goals is to contribute to the Allegany County Area Foundation which provides scholarships to […]

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Allegany County Area Foundation Makes Grant to the Baker’s Bridge Historical Association

The Foundation award of $500 to the Baker’s Bridge Association will help with collection storage including the purchase of acid-free boxes. The Association has a growing collection of artifacts and objects relating to the history of the Alfred Station area. This collection includes photographs, papers, books, clothing, household items, and business, farm and railroad equipment. […]

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