Skip to main content

Hundreds turn out in Clamtown to support Nick Zeigler family

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Just under a thousand people came out in support of the Zeigler family during a benefit held Saturday in support and memory of Nicholas "Nick" Zeigler, 21, who died last Sunday following a tragic vehicle accident that…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Just under a thousand people came out in support of the Zeigler family during a benefit held Saturday in support and memory of Nicholas "Nick" Zeigler, 21, who died last Sunday following a tragic vehicle accident that occurred the day before in the Lewistown Valley. The benefit, held at the West Penn Rod and Gun Club, consisted of music, dancing, Chinese auction, food, games and much more. On Facebook, family members posted their appreciation to all the people, strangers, bands and organizations that donated or came out in support of Nick. Sarah Seiwell, 13, top, with "Nick 1990 - 2012" painted on her face, gives Bradley Whalen, 5, a "touch" of green face paint. Bradley is the son of Glenn and Jesse Laninger of West Penn.
Published May 14. 2012 05:01PM

Classified Ads

Event Calendar

<<

October 2017

>>
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
    

Twitter Feed

Reader Photo Galleries