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Marjorie Miller

Staff Writer at The Centre County Gazette

Articles by Marjorie Miller

Area activists speak out on climate change Area activists speak out on climate change
331 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Some 20 community leaders, members and business owners came together Monday to deliver a passionate and unified message in support of cleaner energy and reduced dependence on fossil fuels. Urging policymakers to take action on these issues, each presenter had a few minutes to [Read More]
Summer workshops at Palmer to offer courses for older children Summer workshops at Palmer to offer courses for older children
331 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — From self-portraits to water colors, summer workshops at the Palmer Museum of Art offer the community a chance to explore the many mediums of art. And this year, a new door will open for a different set of pupils. Varying every year, each three-hour workshop is thematically [Read More]
Re-construction of Memorial Field rolls on Re-construction of Memorial Field rolls on
332 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — A series of construction projects at Memorial Field are progressing nicely, with substantial completion scheduled for late August and no foreseen impact on fall sports. The four-part renovation plan at State College Area High School involves replacement of the west bleachers [Read More]
Plans in place for historic Bellefonte buildings Plans in place for historic Bellefonte buildings
333 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Following a series of fires over the past few years, the Bellefonte Borough now is working with a developer to start anew where some of the town’s most prominent properties once stood. After a fire ravaged the Hotel Do De and with it, the Garman Theatre last September, the [Read More]
A Sobering Lesson in Hunger, Many Obese Children May Not Have Adequate Access to Healthy Food A Sobering Lesson in Hunger, Many Obese Children May Not Have Adequate Access to Healthy Food
333 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Marjorie Miller
Healthy foods tend to be more expensive, and nutrient-dense foods, like fresh produce, require refrigeration. Low income families opt for more convenient and cheaper foods, or food that doesn’t require refrigeration or preparation. [Read More]
Fourth annual 5K Run/Walk Benefitting the Kyle Russell Callahan Scholarship to be held this summer Fourth annual 5K Run/Walk Benefitting the Kyle Russell Callahan Scholarship to be held this summer
334 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PORT MATILDA — To help carry on the name and spirit of their late son, State College residents Kim and Justin Callahan host a race every year that benefits a scholarship in his name. Kyle’s race The Fourth annual 5K Run/Walk Benefitting the Kyle Russell Callahan Scholarship will be [Read More]
Graduate student hosts discussion on hunger in the community Graduate student hosts discussion on hunger in the community
334 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Food insecurity and its impact on childhood hunger and obesity was discussed Thursday on campus as part of a presentation by a Penn State nutrition graduate student committed to public awareness. Jacinda Li, host of “Fighting Hunger in the Community,” is a Kids [Read More]
Centre Region houses various Community Supported Agriculture Centre Region houses various Community Supported Agriculture
335 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — An area rich in farming and agriculture, Central Pennsylvania is home to an abundance of farmsteads and Community Supported Agriculture. According to local owners and agronomists, these local farmsteads and CSAs play an important role. CSA owners say the networks and programs [Read More]
A closer look at the Election Day ballot A closer look at the Election Day ballot
335 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Republican Municipal Primary – Centre County Judge of the Superior Court Vic Stabile (Cumberland County) Jury Commissioner Hope P. Miller District Judge: Magisterial District 49-2-01 Leslie A. Dutchcot Ronald L. Quinn, Jr. Supervisor – At Large William Keough Janet [Read More]
State College mayor explains endorsement of fossil fuels divestment campaign State College mayor explains endorsement of fossil fuels divestment campaign
336 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Explaining her decision to endorse a campaign that urges municipalities to divest from fossil fuel companies, State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham expressed concern Monday about how CO2 emissions could drastically affect the climate in the future. According to an Associated [Read More]
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