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Lunch with Mimi: Donnan Stoicovy Came Out of Retirement to Lead State College Friends School, Where She Nurtures Voice and Choice Lunch with Mimi: Donnan Stoicovy Came Out of Retirement to Lead State College Friends School, Where She Nurtures Voice and Choice
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Town & Gown
Donnan Stoicovy retired in 2016 after more than 27 years as the principal at Park Forest Elementary School in State College. But two years into retirement, Stoicovy realized that she missed working with students and teachers. In 2018, Stoicovy was hired as head of the State College Friends School, w [Read More]

Lunch with Mimi: Educator Donnan Stoicovy came out of retirement to lead the State College Friends School, where she nurtures voice and choice Lunch with Mimi: Educator Donnan Stoicovy came out of retirement to lead the State College Friends School, where she nurtures voice and choice
12 weeks ago - Town and gown
Donnan Stoicovy retired in 2016 after more than 27 years as the principal at Park Forest Elementary School in State College. But two years into retirement, Stoicovy realized that she missed working with students and teachers. In 2018, Stoicovy was hired as head of the State College Friends School, [Read More]

Ode to an RV Ode to an RV
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - John Hook
Almost exactly 11 years ago the call of the open road became so loud in our house that the only way to quiet it was to purchase an RV. So we did: a 36’ Class A with a queen bedroom in the rear and two bunkbeds for the kids near the middle, opposite the bathroom. Now we say goodbye to it. [Read More]

It Takes a Corps of Dedicated Volunteers to Help Maintain the Area’s Popular Trails It Takes a Corps of Dedicated Volunteers to Help Maintain the Area’s Popular Trails
15 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebekka Coakley, Town&Gown
Throughout Centre County, hikers, mountain bikers, and runners have plenty of trails on which to pursue their hobbies and build their skills. Rothrock State Forest alone has roughly 320 miles to explore. And while stores, restaurants, and gyms were closed to keep people safe from COVID-19, popularit [Read More]

Nonprofit Plans Veterans Retreat Center in Moshannon Nonprofit Plans Veterans Retreat Center in Moshannon
15 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
A nonprofit organization is looking to build a retreat center in Moshannon for veterans, to help reduce veteran suicide through the healing nature and camaraderie developed during outdoor activities such as Camping, hunting and fishing. [Read More]

Nonprofit plans veterans retreat center in Moshannon Nonprofit plans veterans retreat center in Moshannon
16 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
MOSHANNON — A nonprofit organization is looking to build a retreat center in Moshannon for veterans, to help reduce veteran suicide through the healing nature and camaraderie developed during outdoor activities such as Camping, hunting and fishing. [Read More]

At 60: Much Accomplished, Much Still to Do At 60: Much Accomplished, Much Still to Do
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Joe Battista
At 60, you reach another milestone birthday that is supposed to make you feel different. In reality, this one does for me. But in a positive way. I am excited for all the possibilities that await (as long as I stay healthy) as I enter the fourth quarter or, in hockey terms, the 3rd period of my life [Read More]


The Runaround: Where Can I Run? The Runaround: Where Can I Run?
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Doug Schunk
If you are one of those people who have a newfound enjoyment for walking or running but are starting to get tired of your same route, I’d like to offer you a few places you could consider. We are pretty lucky to live in State College with well-maintained sidewalks and bike paths. [Read More]

Community Coronavirus Diary: Penn Staters Abroad Who Had to Come Home Community Coronavirus Diary: Penn Staters Abroad Who Had to Come Home
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Russell Frank
Antiquities smuggling in India. Cattle ranching in Namibia. Mayan art in Mexico. Such wide-ranging research interests took Penn State faculty members all over the world during the 2019-2020 academic year. But when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic last month, they had to figure out whether to come ho [Read More]

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