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FC: Our Towns! | by Three Girls & A Guy
1: Chambersburg, PA Christine Wolgemuth's Hometown
2: This is a map of Chambersburg, PA, Christine's hometown. As you see I live very close to the Maryland border.
3: Chambersburg is central to two beautiful state parks - Caledonia (above) and Cowan's Gap.
4: There is plenty of fun in Chambersburg for little kids, too. My son, Ethan, loves to go to the pool and go on the slide in the picture above, over and over again! Also, there are many playgrounds. When it comes to taking walks, we love to take a family walk with the dog on the rail trail that is along a stream and goes through town.
5: Chambersburg is also home of Wilson College, a women's college that is one of the few colleges to offer Equestrian Studies! Imagine being able to bring your horse to school!
6: Erie, PA James Gallagher's Hometown
7: Not too big. Not too small, Erie is a great place for the "guy" of the groupto raise his family.
8: Presque Isle State Park is Erie's number one public attraction.
9: Visit the historic Warner Theater | or check out a Seawolve'sbaseball game at Jerry Uht Park.
10: Finally, stop by Waldameer Park for a ride on the Ravine Flyer II or to watch the fireworks over the lake.
11: Rochester, PA Courtney Kronk-Love's Hometown
12: Rochester, PA is a small town of only 5.1 square miles. It is made up of the Boro, the Township and East Rochester. The Beaver County town is located 26 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.
13: Rochester is bordered by the Beaver River and the Ohio River. There are a lot of bridges here. | Rochester is a unique town. It is situated at the point where the Ohio River turns south.
14: The winning team changes the name of the bridge from Rochester-Monaca Bridge or vice versa. | The Battle of the Bridge - High School Football
15: Famous people from Rochester, PA - Singer: Christina Aguilera, Olympic Silver Medalist: Lauren Williams, and NFL Players: "Babe" Parilli, and Kris Griffin.
16: Coudersport High School and Elementary School where I substitute teach. | Coudersport, PA | Vita Alpoyanis' Hometown
17: Coudersport is located in a valley on the convergence of the Allegheny River and Mill Creek in Potter County known as "God's Country".
18: This mural depicts Coudersport's history to reflect its motto, "A great place to live, work and play".
19: Famous crime fighter Eliot Ness chose to "live, work and play" in the final two years of his life (1956-57) as a businessman in Coudersport. His book the "Untouchables" was largely written at the Hotel Crittenden.
20: The town has great outdoor activities. | Concerts and fairs | Swimming | Fishing and nature walks
21: The night life on the weekend leans towards movies or bowling.