Newsletter for May 2nd - May 9th
Looking for some great fresh, locally grown food? Farmers Markets have started up for the summer season. The markets offer freshness, high quality, reasonable prices and
convenience. They also allow local residents to support local
farmers. You can find markets on our Community Calendar. We have also posted a great article going into more detail of the Farmer's Markets in the area. Post your event for free today!
Quash: Two more motions to quash subpoenas issued by Jerry Sandusky's attorney, Joe Amendola, were filed this week. (Seeking school records)
Carrie Returns: Carrie Underwood is coming to State College. The country music superstar
will perform in the Bryce Jordan Center on Nov. 13 as part of her North
(Tickets on sale May 18)
Insurance: Penn State's request to move its dispute with its insurer over costs
generated by a civil case in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal
from Philadelphia to Centre County has been denied.
3,415 Miles: Larry Emigh will be making the bike 3,415-mile ride to raise money for the Children’s Dyslexia Center in State College.
(7 week ride)
Bowl Funds Donated: Penn State has donated $1.1 million into its new Center for Protection of Children at The Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital.(Learn more)
Native Pant Sale and Festival
Come celebrate the arrival of spring, the return of wildflowers, and the
beginning of another gardening season at Shaver’s Creek Environmental
Center! Shaver’s Creek is proud to host the second annual Central
Pennsylvania Native Plant Festival and Sale this Saturday from 10am-3pm. Come on out
for a hike, a picnic…and enjoy one of the scheduled educational
walk/programs on native plant gardening. In addition to expert speakers, there will be native plants for sale;
local seasonal prepared foods and breads for sale; and educational
resource tables where you can have native plant and gardening questions
answered. (more info)
No word in the English language rhymes with month, orange, silver, or purple.
Mostly cloudy and humid; a p.m. t-storm
Clouds break for sun, a t-storm in spots
Mostly sunny and less humid
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