Newsletter for September 14th - September 21st
2011 Wedding Showcase
The 2011 Wedding Showcase at the Bryce Jordan Center is less than two weeks away! You can pre-register for FREE online at www.weddingpage.com!The
Showcase will feature informative seminars from the area's most
respected wedding experts plus an extravagant fashion show and over
$10,000 in prizes including a dream gown giveaway and a $1,000 cash
Sunday, September 25th, Admission is FREE to pre-registered brides and one guest! (Day of admission is only $5 for all!)
The Great Insect Fair
What's the difference between a moth and a butterfly? Why do they fly
by night? Find out the answers to these and all your questions about
moths and other six-legged critters at Penn State's annual Great
Insect Fair this Saturday. Some events include cockroach races, insect petting zoo, insect deli, bee observation hives and a Build-A-Bug competition. (more)
Admission is Free!- Snyder Ag Arena - Sat. Sept. 17 - 10am-4pm
Temple Not Easy: "I don't think we're in a position to do anything but run scared
ourselves," says Penn State football Coach Joe Paterno. He said
Temple "is certainly not somebody who's going to be easy."
Trash Overhaul: A proposal to overhaul the way State College collects garbage borough-wide will be up for public consideration next month. (read)
Kidnap Prank: Two men will face disorderly-conduct charges after they planned to fake a kidnapping in State College. (read)
9/11 Reflections: Staff members at the University Park Airport and Centre LifeLink EMS
reflect on Sept. 11, 2001, and what happened in State College on the
historic day. (watch video)
Counterbalance: Two Democratic contenders for statewide office made their cases
in State College, both arguing they would provide a key counterbalance
to majority Republican influence in Harrisburg. (read)
Then & NOW: A Military Time Line
The "Then & NOW Military History Time Line Encampment/Bivouac" at the Boalsburg Museum this Saturday and Sunday hosts a score of reenactors from the Colonial Period up through the present day active duty PA National Guard. The event features music spanning two
centuries, 1:00 pm fashion show of battle dress uniforms and 3:00 pm weapons demonstration each day. (more info)
Penn State (1-1) vs Temple (2-0)
When: Saturday, Sept. 17
Where: Lincoln FInancial Field
Series Record: Penn State leads series 36-3-1, Joe Paterno is 27-0 vs. Temple.
ESPN will televise the contest with Dave LaMont and Ray Bentley.
Penn State is 14-3 in its next game after a loss since the start of the 2005 season.
The Nittany Lions are coming off a 27-11 loss to then-No. 3/2 Alabama.
The Owls won at Akron, 41-3, last Saturday and will enter the Penn State
game unbeaten for the second consecutive year.
Penn State has a 59-20 (74.7) record since the start of the 2005 season,
tied with Oregon for the the nation's 11th-best winning percentage over
the past seven seasons.
Temple has won 17 of its last 22 games overall and 18 of 22 regular-season games
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Each year, the average American eats about 15 pounds of apples.
A couple of thunderstorms, mainly later
A morning shower, then a heavy t-storm
Variable clouds with a shower in spots
Mostly cloudy, a shower in the afternoon
Clouds and sun with a shower in places
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