Newsletter for January 11th - January 18th
Jeff Dunham will bring a brand new show this Friday, January 13 at 8:00 pm to the Jordan Center. Dunham will offer his fans brand new laughs and
hilarious additions to his famed troupe of sidekicks. Concertgoers will
meet two new Dunham characters: Achmed Junior, the not-as-equally
skeletal son of Achmed the Dead Terrorist, and Little Jeff, a
mini-version of the ringmaster himself. (more info)
Make plans to have some Fun in the Snow at Black Mo NEXT Saturday!
The Black Moshannon Winter Festival is next Saturday from noon to 4pm.
There will be fires where you can warm up or roast marshmallows. Ice
skating, broom ball, ice miniature golf, snow sculpture building, sled
riding and borrowing snowshoes or cross country skis will be offered
throughout the day. Who knows, there may even be snow! (more info)
Everything Connecting: Halfway into the season, "the pieces are starting to fall together" for the Penn State wrestling team, says Quentin Wright.
No Secrets: It took 40 days to hire Bill O'Brien. The process was agonizingly secretive to fans and media. Did it have to be? (read)
Erickson: Thirty-two months should be an "appropriate" amount of time for Penn
State President Rodney Erickson to help the university regain its
footing, he and the Board of Trustees have decided. (read)
Football Rentals: State College Borough Council will soon discuss whether to require registration of so-called "football-rental" homes. (read)
MLK Day of Service
Penn State's University Park campus will honor the life and work of
Martin Luther King Jr. with a message urging all to "Celebrate the
Legacy, Act on the Dream," during its 27th annual Martin Luther King Jr.
Commemoration. There will be many events, highlighted by keynote
speakers Barry Scott and Jeff Johnson. (list of events)
The name Wendy was made up for the book Peter Pan.
Sunny to partly cloudy and nice
Sunny and pleasant
Cloudy with rain tapering off
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