Newsletter for January 25th - February 1st
For the Love of Art and Chocolate
ClearWater Conservancy will once again offer its delicious blend of
chocolate, art and music at the 13th annual For the Love of Art and
Chocolate from 7 to 9:30 p.m. this Friday at the Penn Stater Conference
Center Hotel. All proceeds go to further ClearWater’s land and water conservation efforts in central Pennsylvania. Attendees can sample many locally-made chocolate delicacies while taking
part in the silent auction of nature-inspired art by local artists.
Music will be provided by Jazza-Ma-Phone. (more information)
Penn State Nationals
The Nittany Lion track and field program will welcome top programs from
around the country to Ashenfelter III Indoor Track this weekend, hosting
the always-competitive Penn State National. The meet is slated for
this Friday and Saturday, and is scheduled to include more than 30
teams, and well over 1,000 athletes. (more info)
Paying Respects: Current and former Penn State football players were among the thousands who paid their respects Tuesday.
Pat Chambers: Fewer than 24 hours away from its road match-up against Ohio State, Pat
Chambers made sure that his team stopped and paid respects to Joe
Public Mourns: Mourners by the thousands poured Tuesday into Penn State's Pasquerilla Spiritual Center. (photos)
Nittany Line: The line of mourners who wanted to pay their last respects to the late
Joe Paterno was almost four football fields long and extended far past
the giant paws outside the Palmer Museum.. (read)
Valentine's Day may be a few weeks away, but it's never too early to start planning! Choosing the right gift or creating the perfect date is
no easy feat. Fortunately we've done a bit of groundwork for you.
Whether you're searching florists and spas or looking to mark the
occasion with something a bit more inspired than a heart-shaped box of
chocolates, the StateCollege.com Valentine's Day guide can help. Look for a full
list of restaurant specials as well. (visit guide)
The Detroit Lions are the only team in the NFC to never attend a Super Bowl.
A little p.m. snow; sleet can mix in
Becoming windier with a few flurries
Mostly sunny and very cold
Snow or flurries possible in the p.m.
Cloudy, snow showers possible; colder
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