Newsletter for April 21st - April 28th
Are you ready for some football? The Blue-White
Game, a great chance for fooball fans to get a look at the 2010 squad, is this Saturday at Beaver Stadium. Admission and parking are FREE for all visitors. There is plenty
happening in conjunction with the game, including fireworks, a carnival,
autograph sessions and MORE! Check out our Blue-White Weekend page for more details and a list of all the events happening up and around Beaver stadium.
Spikes Spring Kickoff
This Friday, come celebrate the start of spring at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
Festivities will begin at 5:30 pm and will feature the State College Little
League's Opening Ceremonies. There will be games and activities for kids, including the Spikes' BRAND
NEW Kids Zone inflatables, Ike's 4th birthday celebration, arts &
crafts and hitting in the batting cages! (more info)
Stop back Sunday for the Pitch, Hit and Run Competition, open to all boys and girls 7-14 years old.
School Services, Jobs Eyed as Board Mulls Budget Cuts by Adam Smeltz
State College schools could see fewer late activity buses, fewer field
trips and a smaller swimming program in the next school year. The proposed cuts are among more than a dozen cost-savings measures
under consideration this week by the State College Area school board. Read
Mayfest of Huntingdon
This Saturday, take a stroll through history at Mayfest of Huntingdon, a festival with
free live music, costumes, kids' games and events, wagon rides and more than
70 vendor booths showcasing hand-made crafts and food items. Each block
of Washington Street features a different theme: Renaissance Faire,
Victorian Era, Colonial Times, Back to the 50's and Woodstock. Come find out what Historic Huntingdon, voted one of the top five
"Coolest Small Towns in America," has to offer. (more info here)
How many people were at the first Blue-White game in 1951?
Last week's answer:
Yellowstone - Earth Day is April 22. The world's first national park was started where?
Snow late this afternoon
A morning flurry; otherwise, cloudy
Cloudy and colder; afternoon snow
A little a.m. snow; colder in the p.m.
Partly sunny; flurries, windy and colder
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