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Harry Zimbler

Harry is a correspondent for the Gazette.

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Mount Nittany Conservancy Names Ben Novak 'Friend of the Mountain' Mount Nittany Conservancy Names Ben Novak 'Friend of the Mountain'
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
"Ben is a unique individual with a wonderful view of the world," Hook says. "Anything is possible if you are willing to make it happen. The board selected Ben for the honor because he was the driving force behind the creation of the Mount Nittany Conservancy." [Read More]
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Sweet Business Sweet Business
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
REBERSBURG — Just before you reach the end of Centre County, in the little village of Livonia, you’ll find Macneal’s Orchard and maple syrup business. This time of year you won’t have trouble finding the place. Just follow your nose and the sweet smell of the sugar shack [Read More]
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Mount Nittany Conservancy names Ben Novak 'Friend of the Mountain' Mount Nittany Conservancy names Ben Novak 'Friend of the Mountain'
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
CENTRE HALL — On April 4, the Mount Nittany Conservancy honored one of its earliest proponents, Dr. Ben Novak. The “Friend of the Mountain ceremony took place at the Mount Nittany Winery and was sponsored, in part, by the Mount Nittany Inn. The Conservancy was founded in 1981 to [Read More]
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Judy Chicago urges a new way of looking art education Judy Chicago urges a new way of looking art education
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — World-renowned feminist artist Judy Chicago delivered a strong message on the future of art education at the university level. She delivered her ideas at a symposium held at the Berg Auditorium on the Penn State campus April 5. In introducing Chicago, Barbara Korner, Dean of [Read More]
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Company provides unique care at home Company provides unique care at home
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BURNHAM — Ken Stuck had a passion for helping people and a vision for a company that could assist people in unique and creative ways. The result was the founding of a new business called In Home Services of Central Pennsylvania. Joining with a small group of in-home care professionals, Stuck [Read More]
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Decision Time Approaches for High School Referendum Decision Time Approaches for High School Referendum
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
To pay for the project a referendum tax will be phased in over several years. The estimated annual cost to individual taxpayers is 2.7 mills or seven percent of current tax bills. Taxpayers with properties valued at $250,000 will see an increase of $16 per month in taxes. [Read More]
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School Improvement School Improvement
7 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — On May 20, voters in the State College Area School District will have the opportunity to decide on the plan for the future of State College Area High School. The State College High School Project will be put to a referendum of the community. If the referendum is passed, the [Read More]
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Business Spotlight Business Spotlight
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRUCE CREEK — Across state Route 45, less than a hundred yards away, the famous Spruce Creek slowly rolls towards its confluence with the Little Juniata River. The Spruce Creek Bakery, celebrating its third year in business, fits perfectly into the quiet little town made famous by its popular [Read More]
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Magical Land of Fairytale Characters Comes Alive in “Into the Woods” Magical Land of Fairytale Characters Comes Alive in “Into the Woods”
9 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
In the show audiences will get to meet Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack (of Beanstalk fame), the Baker and his Wife and a host of other witches and evil stepmothers and stepsisters. “The story comes to life in a library,” Graham says. “A very whimsical library.” [Read More]
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Longtime youth exchange official retires Longtime youth exchange official retires
19 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — For the past 41 years, Carl Hill has changed lives. According to leaders of Rotary District 7360, Hill has had a direct impact on more than 14,000 lives since becoming involved in Rotary International’s Youth Exchange Program. Hill recently retired from the Rotary Youth [Read More]
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