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Muddy Miners raise $3K for local children’s charities

KITTANNING, PA., September 04, 2017 – The Muddy Miners team, which is comprised of Snyder Associated Company employees, recently competed in the Tough Mudder event in Slippery Rock.  The team, sponsored by Snyder Associated Companies, raised $3K to be distributed between the Butler County Alliance for Children and Kay’s Cottage of Armstrong County. Both organizations offer forensic interviews to children identified as potential victims and/or witnesses to child maltreatment and abuse. Jonathan Kolbe, the vice president of Allegheny Mineral and the Muddy Miner team captain, said his Muddy Miner team, was excited to complete the event together and to make…

Snyder Companies award $48K in scholarships

KITTANNING, PA., August 01, 2017 – Local high school seniors were recipients of a $4,000 scholarship award from Snyder Associated Companies. Mark Snyder presented worthy seniors with the award to aid in their future educational endeavors. Jared Xavier Croyle of Adrian and graduate of Armstrong Junior-Senior High School and will attend the University of Pittsburgh. His career choice is actuary. He is the son of William and Stacey Croyle. Makayla R. Chestnut of Cadogan and graduate of Armstrong Junior-Senior High School and will attend the University of Pittsburgh. Her career choice is military surgeon. She is the daughter of Jeff…

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Allegheny Mineral Corp. overland conveyor project featured in the July publication of Rock Products Magazine. Rock Products Magazine – July 2017 Edition

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Butler-Freeport Community Trail

PennDOT provided a $760,000 grant for the multi-community Butler-Freeport trail improvement project, which PennDOT is overseeing. The project includes repavement of the 10 to 11 miles of the 21-mile trail, which is expected to be completed in August. The project area extends from Herman in Summit Township, south through Jefferson, Winfield, Buffalo and South Buffalo Townships and Freeport. The extensive use of the Butler-Freeport Community Trail, as well as erosion from severe weather, had diminished the trail surface, thus requiring improvements to the trail and its drainage system. Erosion of the trail surface has also lead to a potential safety…

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