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Brittany Svoboda

Brittany is the staff writer for The Centre County Gazette.

Articles by Brittany Svoboda

Children's Advocacy Center Making an Impact Children's Advocacy Center Making an Impact
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
One of the main goals of the center is to bring “awareness that child abuse is prevalent in every community” and “provide the community the opportunity to be involved in combating the issue and educating the community as well,” says Kristina Taylor-Porter, CAC director. [Read More]
Area police departments provide vacation home checks Area police departments provide vacation home checks
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — School’s out, which means summer fun is in and it’s a great time to vacation with the family. There’s no worry about missed schoolwork or related activities. Leaving your home and personal belongings for any period of time, however, does bring the risk of [Read More]
Children's Advocacy Center making an impact Children's Advocacy Center making an impact
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Despite only being open for a little more than five months, the Children’s Advocacy Center of Centre County has already had a big impact on the community. The center, located at Mount Nittany Health’s Medical Park Lane, provides collaborative care to children who may [Read More]
The Flutopia Initiative Set to Kickoff Second Annual 5k The Flutopia Initiative Set to Kickoff Second Annual 5k
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
"We're thrilled to be a part of it," says CVIM Marketing, Communications and Events Coordinator Sue Forster. Part of CVIM's budget goes toward community-sponsored events and the funds donated from the Flutopia 5k "helps that part of the budget." [Read More]
Arts Fest brings thousands to Happy Valley Arts Fest brings thousands to Happy Valley
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Another Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts is in the books. Tens of thousands of people frequented downtown State College and University Park last Wednesday through Sunday from all over the country to enjoy the various events that take place each year, including the [Read More]
G.M. McCrossin to spearhead Temple Court project G.M. McCrossin to spearhead Temple Court project
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — After taking a week to review two bids, the Centre County Commissioners have awarded the Temple Court Building Phase 1 project to G.M. McCrossin Inc. The local company bid $1,369,500 for the project, less than $400,000 than Leonard S. Fiore, of Altoona, who also submitted a [Read More]
The Flutopia Initiative set to kickoff second annual 5k The Flutopia Initiative set to kickoff second annual 5k
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Giving back and being involved in the community has always been important to flutist Cathy Herrera. To combine her love of music with the desire to help others, Herrera to created The Flutopia Initiative, which encompasses two annual events: the holiday musical and the [Read More]
Former White House Chef to Visit Happy Valley Former White House Chef to Visit Happy Valley
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
“I would ask myself,” he says, “‘is this really happening?’” Moeller recalled meeting First Lady Barbara Bush during his first luncheon as head chef, which he describes as “extraordinary.” [Read More]
4thFest delights community once again 4thFest delights community once again
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — This past Friday marked the United States’ 238th birthday and another great Independence Day celebration with the Central Pa. 4thFest. From the Firecracker 4k to the spectacular fireworks, there were more than 12 hours of family fun with activities and entertainment [Read More]
The Vision The Vision
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Two area construction companies have submitted bids to the Centre County Board of Commissioners for the Temple Court Building phase 1 project, which is expected to begin later this month. The project includes constructing a three-story, 140-by-10 foot hallway to connect the [Read More]
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