Newsletter for March 17th - March 24th
MARCH MADNESS CONTEST
Can you beat Mike the Mailman? Submit your bracket and see if you can Beat Mike and WIN PRIZES! Check Mike the Mailman's column here to read about how he made his selections (He has Kansas). The contest is simple: Submit your bracket (print a blank one here)
to email@example.com or fax it to (814)238-2729 before the
games start, and check StateCollege.com throughout the tournament to
see how you match up against everyone's favorite mailman.
SPRINGFEST at Tussey Mountain
Ski season may be over, but Tussey will be open this Saturday (10am-2pm) for one last ski and snowboard blowout! There will be Pond Skimming, Rail Jam, Live Music, Costume Contest and more! Don't put your skis or board away yet - its been a great winter, come out one more time and send it off right! (more info)
Raystown Lake Region Home and Garden Show
This weekend head over the mountain to Huntingdon where nearly 60 exhibitors will be showcasing home improvement and landscaping products and services. In addition, there will be Seminars, Prizes (including a $2000 shed) Food Vendors and Kids Activities. March 19-21. (more info)
Lady Lions Return To Postseason
The Penn State Lady Lions (17-13, 8-10) will return to the postseason
for the first time in five years after being selected to host Hofstra
(19-13, 11-7 CAA) in the first round of the Women's National Invitation
Tournament (WNIT) at 7 p.m. on Thursday (March 18) at the Bryce Jordan
An Equal and Opposite Reaction by Patty Kleban
Parents of children under the age of 10 years old, I urge you to start
practicing the art of non-reaction. Non-reaction is that flattened
effect, fixed glaze, dull stare, no expression response to decisions
made by your children when they become teens....Read column here...
Which Big10 school has never been featured in the history of the NCAA tournament?
4. Penn State
Last week's answer:
1967-68 - What year was the Pennsylvania Military Museum constructed?
Fog in the a.m.; otherwise, mostly sunny
A thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon
A shower or t-storm around, mainly later
Clouds and sun with a t-storm in spots
Variable clouds, a couple of t-storms
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