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Kindergarten revolves around outdoors

November 16, 2015 By KATHY BOCCELLA The Philadelphia Inquirer KIMBERTON (AP) — On a cool, dewy morning, the little pupils pulled on rain pants, boots, mittens, and wool hats before heading outside to their... more »»

In the schools

November 16, 2015 Ethical issues concerning incarceration presentation to be held at Lock Haven LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University invites all for a presentation by Francesco R. more »»

Bald Eagle Area Marching Band participates in the NYC America’s Parade for Veterans Day

November 16, 2015 WorldStrides OnStage programs has invited the marching band from Bald Eagle Area to perform at the 96th Veteran’s Day Parade in New York City. more »»

Veterans honored at Mansfield University

November 16, 2015 Mansfield University honored students, faculty and staff who are serving or have served in the U.S. military with a Veterans Appreciation Luncheon on Nov. 10 in North Manser Hall. more »»

Penn College again awarded ‘Military Friendly’ designation

November 16, 2015 Pennsylvania College of Technology’s dedication to veterans has earned the institution “Military Friendly” status for the seventh consecutive year. more »»

Mansfield veterans support group awards scholarships

November 16, 2015 MANSFIELD — Eighteen Mansfield University students who are veterans were awarded scholarships at the Veterans Appreciation Luncheon on Nov. 1. more »»

Two HVAC students among recipients of industry scholarships

November 16, 2015 Two Pennsylvania College of Technology students were recently awarded scholarships from industry partners. Andrew T. Kappelmeier, of Landenberg, and Bryce T. more »»

Veterans’ endowed scholarship to grow from VFW post’s startup

November 16, 2015 A $2,000 donation from a local Veterans of Foreign Wars post is providing the seed money for a scholarship fund that will eventually assist Pennsylvania College of Technology’s veteran students... more »»

Two HVAC students among recipients of industry scholarships

November 16, 2015 Two Pennsylvania College of Technology students were recently awarded scholarships from industry partners. Andrew T. Kappelmeier, of Landenberg, and Bryce T. more »»

Plastics students benefit from industry conference experience

November 16, 2015 Nine Pennsylvania College of Technology plastics students recently enhanced their education at the Society of Plastics Engineers 31st annual Blow Molding Conference in Pittsburgh. more »»

I want to be a star

November 9, 2015 Katie Cassidy isn’t necessarily eyeing a career in the performing arts — either in front of or behind the camer. more »»

Federal Reserve Bank president holds briefing at Penn College

November 9, 2015 The new president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia traveled with his team to Pennsylvania College of Technology for a special-invitation Community Develop­ment... more »»

A student’s story

November 9, 2015 Often times in life, we take things for granted. We forget that people didn’t always have smart phones or email or even electricity. more »»

In the schools

November 9, 2015 Lock Haven to hold Veterans Day ceremony LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Veterans Affairs Office and Lock Haven University are collaborating to honor area veterans this Veterans’ Day. more »»

Williamsport to hold annual holiday essay contest

November 9, 2015 The Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation is once again conducting its annual holiday essay contest for Williamsport students in grades one through six. more »»

Award banquet set to honor the memory of Dr. P.D. Mitchell Sr.

November 9, 2015 The Campbell Street Family, Youth and Community Association (CSFYCA) Inc., board of directors will host the P. D. Mitchell Awards Banquet on Nov. 21 at the Holiday Inn, 100 Pine St. more »»

Jackson’s ‘Tinker Town’ receives $2,500 Crayola grant

November 9, 2015 Crayola and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) selected Jackson Primary School as a recipient of a $2,500 Champion Creatively Alive Children grant to expand and enhance... more »»

Area Students of the Month announced

November 9, 2015 Keen Donavan Keen, son of Gina and Stephen Keen, has been selected by the South Williamsport Area High School faculty as the October Senior of the Mont. more »»

Lock Haven dean documents the life of Mira Lloyd Dock

November 9, 2015 Mira Lloyd Dock was the first woman in the world to sit on a public forest commission, in this case the Pennsylvania State Forest Commission from 1901-1913. more »»

Delta Kappa Gamma Society International welcomes new members

November 9, 2015 The Alpha Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently met at the Towanda Country Club and expanded its membership with the initiation of six new members. more »»

 
 
 

 

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