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Samantha Hulings

Samantha Hulings is a 2012 Penn State graduate and a contributor to Town&Gown.

Articles by Samantha Hulings

12 Months of Giving: The Arc of Centre County 12 Months of Giving: The Arc of Centre County
35 weeks ago - Town and gown
(Editor’s note: This is the second of Town&Gown’s yearlong series profiling organizations, groups, and individuals who do noteworthy work to help others — and who also could use your help in aiding those in need. Each month, you’ll have an opportunity to read about [Read More]
139th Annual Grange Fair Gets Under Way 139th Annual Grange Fair Gets Under Way
58 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Samantha Hulings
“I think sometimes we become so familiar with the experience year after year that we forget just how special they are to outsiders. I think sometimes when we are so familiar with something, we take it for granted,” she said. [Read More]
Events: Wings in the Park Events: Wings in the Park
66 weeks ago - Town and gown
Get your wings and antennae ready. Wings in the Park, an education event centered around the importance of pollinators, will once again celebrate the roles of bees, butterflies, and blossoms this summer. The fifth annual pollinator celebration takes place July 20 at the Snetsinger Butterfly Garden [Read More]
Events: Happy Valley Culinary Week Events: Happy Valley Culinary Week
70 weeks ago - Town and gown
College towns may not always be thought of for their fine-dining options. But Happy Valley Culinary Week will try to change that perception — at least when it comes to State College and the surrounding area. Modeled after restaurant-week events that some towns and cities now have, Happy [Read More]
Personal and Inexpensive Ways to Celebrate Mother's Day Personal and Inexpensive Ways to Celebrate Mother's Day
73 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Samantha Hulings
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, children everywhere are searching for that perfect gift to show just how much they love and appreciate their moms. Most will be looking for unique gifts, as a way to show how exceptional of a mother they have, without breaking the bank. [Read More]
Rides to Remember Rides to Remember
83 weeks ago - Town and gown
Breast cancer. These two simple yet terrifying words heard by many women and their families and friends are never cause for celebration. But thanks to a partnership between Fullington Trail- ways, the Penn State Lady Lions basketball team, and the Penn State Pink Zone, breast cancer survivors across [Read More]
The Burgh vs. Brotherly Love The Burgh vs. Brotherly Love
101 weeks ago - Town and gown
As a town in the center of Pennsylvania, State College is the front where the verbal and bragging-rights battle between the state’s two biggest cities, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, is most heated. [Read More]
The Lionettes Dance Team The Lionettes Dance Team
109 weeks ago - Town and gown
    For nearly 20 years, the Penn State Lionettes Dance Team has entertained fans attending Nittany Lion football games at Beaver Stadium. This season, for the first time, the Lionettes will be performing as the defending National Dance Alliance Champions.     The team [Read More]
Health & Wellness: Vision of Youths Health & Wellness: Vision of Youths
113 weeks ago - Town and gown
   Coby Pighetti noticed that something just wasn’t right with one of the eyes of her 18-month-old daughter Gabrielle. To the first-time mother, it looked as though Gabrielle’s eye was turning in toward her nose.    After having amblyopia, or a lazy eye, during [Read More]
Snapshot: Kevin Dolan Snapshot: Kevin Dolan
119 weeks ago - Town and gown
Shining on Stage Young thespian eyes possible Broadway run as Liberace By Samantha Hulings    At just 5 years old, an energetic Kevin Dolan attended his first theater class at Singing Onstage Studios in State College. From that moment on, only lacrosse practice could tear him away from [Read More]
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