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Connie Cousins

Connie Cousins covers Centre County for the Gazette.

Articles by Connie Cousins

Eagle Ironworks at Curtin Village is a historical gem Eagle Ironworks at Curtin Village is a historical gem
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
On June 11, Eagle Ironworks and Furnace at Curtin Village held an open house to acquaint the public with some of the updates and changes being completed at the site. [Read More]
Journey to Rwanda includes hospital tour, genocide memorial visit Journey to Rwanda includes hospital tour, genocide memorial visit
11 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
My mission trip in Rwanda continued to open my eyes. On March 28, I had the privilege of visiting the Kabgayi Hospital with Carol Falke, who went on the trip with me; Anita, a local high school graduate who wants to study nursing; and Olive, the assistant to “Mama Arlene” Brown. [Read More]
Mission trip to orphanage is a dream come true Mission trip to orphanage is a dream come true
12 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
To be here in Africa is a dream realized. As a child, I heard missionaries at church speak of their experiences. Fascinated, I thought, “Someday I will go there.” This week, my someday happened. [Read More]
Eating right: March is National Nutrition Month Eating right: March is National Nutrition Month
16 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
With March as National Nutrition Month, I faced the dilemma of choosing a topic that would hold people’s interest. Nutrition does not have to be boring, however. This year’s National Nutrition Month theme is “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right.” [Read More]
Showing animals at Farm Show requires months of prep work Showing animals at Farm Show requires months of prep work
22 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
HARRISBURG — For Tori Meyer and Leah Johnson, showing their pigs at the Pennsylvania Farm Show started with work done months earlier. They purchased the animals, calculated the feed they would need and cared for them. Chasing the occasional runaway only added to the fun. The opportunity to [Read More]
First Night provides fun for the whole family First Night provides fun for the whole family
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
First Night State College is an event to look forward to with interest and certainty. You can count on seeing the gigantic ice sculptures, the resolution exhibits and performances around the town, ranging from comedians to concerts. Most of the events scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 31, require a [Read More]
Bellefonte Art Museum's newest show features the American diner Bellefonte Art Museum's newest show features the American diner
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — The opening reception for the Bellefonte Art Museum's newest show, “Dinor Bleu: The Vanishing American Diner,” will be held from noon to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 3. The staff at BAM will be serving diner food and there will be a free art class for children. The [Read More]
Houserville Elementary 'Pennies for Puppies' a success Houserville Elementary 'Pennies for Puppies' a success
29 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
I enjoy writing about school students, especially when it involves a “whole school endeavor.” The Houserville Elementary School was the scene Nov. 24 of an assembly to announce the winners of a photo contest featuring pets owned by school's staff. All staff members were invited to [Read More]
Trinity Lutheran Church Celebrates 50 Years Trinity Lutheran Church Celebrates 50 Years
31 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Connie Cousins
On Nov. 15, Trinity Lutheran Church in State College celebrated its 50th anniversary by recreating its first service. The Rev. Ronald C. Miller Jr., pastor of Trinity, and the Rev. Michael Rhyne, bishop of the Allegheny Synod, shared the pulpit while following the original bulletin from 1965. [Read More]
Trinity Lutheran Church celebrates 50 years Trinity Lutheran Church celebrates 50 years
31 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — On Nov. 15, Trinity Lutheran Church in State College celebrated its 50th anniversary by recreating its first service. The Rev. Ronald C. Miller Jr., pastor of Trinity, and the Rev. Michael Rhyne, bishop of the Allegheny Synod, shared the pulpit while following the original [Read More]
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