PSCOA is once again hosting a night with the Altoona Curve! Food, water and soda will be provided.
Contact your local official for tickets.
When: Friday, June 23, 2017, game starts at 7pm.
Where: 3rd Base Picnic Pavilion (People's Natural Gas Field, 1000 Park Ave. Altoona, PA)
Price: $5.00 per ticket (children 2 and under are free)
The deadline to order tickets is June 9th.
Please note that the application for 2017's scholarship award is now closed. Awards will be determined by June 9th for all applicants.
The 2018 scholarship packet will be available for download in December 2017.
Best of luck to all students!
Please note that the letter sent from PSCOA regarding the 60 day Open Enrollment for Colonial Life had the wrong phone number listed. The correct phone number for Colonial Life's PSCOA representative is 844-341-8754.
Please click here for more information about Colonial Life's AD&D policy offered to our members!
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Text of Jan. 26 press release.
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