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Kids and Summer: Where to Go, What to Do Kids and Summer: Where to Go, What to Do
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
When it comes to summer activities for children, there are a plethora of choices in Centre County. Whether it's a Penn State Sports Camp or a simply a day trip to Penn's Cave, there is something for every age and every taste. [Read More]
Meals on Wheels Expands Service, Seeks Volunteers Meals on Wheels Expands Service, Seeks Volunteers
9 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Alexa Lewis
"We have most of the resources we need, except for volunteers," says Christine Tyler. Expanding services to support more community members and serve more meals means that Meals on Wheels will need about 50 new volunteers. [Read More]
Room to Breathe Helps Restore Order Room to Breathe Helps Restore Order
9 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Gregg Kohlhepp
“I don’t want to waste one precious moment of life searching for something. I believe in living with less and having time to do fun things, spend more time with family, doing what you want,” Dolan proclaims. [Read More]
Students Learn to Get Fit at Health Fair Students Learn to Get Fit at Health Fair
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
"Anybody can do it," Shaffer explained. "You can come in off the street and workout next to an elite athlete. Everyone is doing the same thing and people see results when they do it. That's the big thing that drives it. It definitely changes you." [Read More]
 Penn State Faculty Member Releases 'Mack the Knife' Music Video Penn State Faculty Member Releases 'Mack the Knife' Music Video
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
“I thoroughly enjoyed the creative process, especially in the writing, the search for new colors and sounds that would emulate this character,” added Zorin. “I loved having that freedom; when it comes to music, I'm a bit of an anarchist!” [Read More]
Texting Too Tempting for Students Even When Inappropriate Texting Too Tempting for Students Even When Inappropriate
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Matthew Swayne
In a survey, college students admitted to texting during funerals, in the shower, during sex and while using the toilet. "Whereas some people may deem this odd, most college students agree that eating and toilet texts are the new normal," the researcher says. [Read More]
Significant Changes Being Made at Mountain View Country Club Significant Changes Being Made at Mountain View Country Club
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, John Dixon
"It started last year and we are building a new par 3 that will be between No. 15 and existing No. 16, so that will be our new No. 16 hole, and our current No. 16 will be No. 17, and our current No. 17 will be the 18th hole," says Brennan. And that's not all ... by a long shot. [Read More]
Handbell Festival Coming to State College High School Handbell Festival Coming to State College High School
12 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sam Stitzer
Their repertoire includes many hymns and some secular songs, such as Glenn Miller's "Moonlight Serenade." The ensemble features both male and female members ranging in age from teenagers to senior citizens. "You need a full choir to play these songs," says choir member Ryan Ditmer. [Read More]
Housing and Land Trust Targets Affordable Housing Housing and Land Trust Targets Affordable Housing
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
Centre County is one of seven Pennsyvania counties that are considered unaffordable for young families. “Please spread the word. People who work here in Happy Valley need places to live that they can afford,” Fawcett says. “We need more homes and we are always open to new ideas.” [Read More]
Harper Expects Playoff Run for State High Softball Squad Harper Expects Playoff Run for State High Softball Squad
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
“We're looking to playing our best softball in May, and hopefully to contend for Mid-Penn and District 6 titles,” says Harper. “We're a young but athletic team. Cumberland Valley and Mifflin County are the teams to beat in the Mid-Penn.” [Read More]
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