KUTZTOWN SAAC HOLDS SIXTH ANNUAL MAIN STREET CLEANUP ON HOMECOMING WEEKEND

KUTZTOWN SAAC HOLDS SIXTH ANNUAL MAIN STREET CLEANUP ON HOMECOMING WEEKEND 10/17/2018 | Student-Athlete Advisory Committee KUTZTOWN – The Kutztown University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee continued its yearly initiative to give back to its community. SAAC held its Main Street Cleanup for the sixth-straight year, cleaning the streets of downtown Kutztown on Homecoming weekend. KU’s SAAC […]

Kutztown Football to Support AFCA’s Coach to Cure MD Program on Saturday

Kutztown Football to Support AFCA’s Coach to Cure MD Program on Saturday 8/31/2018 | Football KUTZTOWN – Just as in years past, head coach Jim Clements and the Kutztown University football staff is wearing American Football Coaches Association patches on their shirts to promote the association and bring awareness to its programs. The season-opener was Saturday, Sept. […]

Free concert: Wag that tail to live music from The Pietasters

Free concert: Wag that tail to live music from The Pietasters 41st annual Performance Toyota Walk for the Animals and Walktoberfest From Two-Tone Ska, to Jamaican crooners like Alton Ellis, to Stax, Motown, hardcore, and British Punk, The Pietasters deliver a world-class performance. Their style of Ska, Rock and Soul – sing along songs and dance-through-your-socks rhythms […]

Five easy ways to raise $250 for the animals

Five easy ways to raise $250 for the animals Each dollar you raise during the 41st Annual Performance Toyota Walk for the Animals & Walktoberfest will help save the lives of thousands of animals in our community. Along with the joy of knowing what a profound impact you have, pledge to raise $250 and receive an exclusive Walk […]

Lebanon Valley to dedicate Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion

Lebanon Valley College to dedicate new state-of-the-art Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion The Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion will be the new home to the college’s athletic training, exercise science, and physical therapy programs. LVC’s growing health professions majors will produce highly trained graduates for an industry that is […]

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine’s MD Class of 2022 receives white coats at ceremony

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine’s MD Class of 2022 receives white coats at ceremony First-year doctor of medicine students received the first symbol of their new profession as Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine held its 10th annual White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2022 on Friday, Aug. 3 in Scranton. Local students receiving white […]

Collin Barker Presents Scientific Research at Disappearing Boundaries

Collin Barker Presents Scientific Research at Disappearing Boundaries Collin Barker of Wernersville was one of 37 Lebanon Valley College students who presented their scientific work from summer research projects at the annual Disappearing Boundaries Summer Research Meeting held in July at Albright College. Barker, a graduate of Lancaster Country Day School, is pursuing a bachelor […]

Anthony Knarr of Oley Received a Bachelor’s Degree from University of the Sciences

Anthony Knarr of Oley Received a Bachelor’s Degree from University of the Sciences Anthony Knarr of Oley graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in pharmaceutical and healthcare studies degree from University of the Sciences and was recognized at a bachelor’s degree conferment ceremony on Friday, May 18, 2018. Knarr continues in the […]

Central Penn College to offer phlebotomy certificate

Central Penn College to offer phlebotomy certificate Flexible courses, three terms for new program Beginning in the fall term, Central Penn College will offer a new phlebotomy technician certificate as part of its Medical Assisting program. Phlebotomy technicians work at hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, blood donor centers and private medical offices. “I am excited that Central […]

Library to present two-part teen program

Northeast Branch of Reading Public Library to present two-part teen program by Council on Chemical Abuse Reading – The Northeast Branch of Reading Public Library, 1348 N. 11th St., will feature a two-part program for teens titled, “Clear and Present Danger.” The program presented by The Council on hemical Abuse will be held from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. […]