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Union-Snyder Agency on Aging 3rd Annual Fall Fundraiser; Thirty-One Bingo
Sunday October 26, 2014
At Selinsgrove VFW, Post 6631 940 US Route 522, Selinsgrove
It will feature 20 games of regular bingo, as well as 5 specials! Also, during the event, we will be selling 50/50 tickets, raffling off some great items and offering door prizes! Doors open at 12:30 with bingo starting at 1:30.
Tickets are $20 and will be available in advance, by calling 570.524.2100 or 570.374.5558. Come out and spend the day with the agency and support a great cause!
The Lewisburg Rocktober Fest is the perfect time for community members to flaunt their pets and enjoy an afternoon of fun activities in Hufnagle Park. The free community festival will be held on Sunday, October 26 in downtown Lewisburg from 4 to 6 p.m.
The kick-off event for the Lewisburg Area 2015 Relay for Life will feature family-friendly activities for all ages ranging from a large obstacle bounce house and games to entertainment and balloon fun by the Balloon Man. There’s also something planned for the family pet. All pets are welcome to come dressed up to parade around Hufnagle Park. The Howl-o-ween Pet Costume Parade will begin at
4:30 p.m. Advance registration is not required, but pets must be leashed.
Prizes will be awarded for the scariest, cutest, funniest and most unique pet costumes. Additionally,two top prizes will be awarded. The grand prize winner will receive a Waverly Spa Package and Madre Mud Bath, donated by Waverly Kennels. The second place finisher will receive a gourmet dog treat box filled with goodies, donated by Fetch & Play.
Two of the area’s popular food vendors – That Kitchen Witch on Wheels and Bruster’s Ice Cream – will also be on hand dishing up their specialty items. Both vendors are donating a portion of their sales to Relay for Life.
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life gives everyone in communities across the world a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. Each year, more than 4 million people in over 20 countries take part in this global phenomenon and raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer.
Lewisburg Area Relay committee members will be at Rocktober Fest to answer questions and provide information about the 2015 Lewisburg Area Relay for Life, which will be held June 12-13 at the Lewisburg Middle School Pawling Athletic Complex. For more information, please email email@example.com or follow Relay Lewisburg Area on Facebook.
Ronald F. Duska will present Susquehanna University’s 2014 Edward S. and A. Rita Schmidt Lecture in Ethics at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 in Stretansky Concert Hall of the Cunningham Center for Music and Art. His presentation, titled Losing Soul: Profit Not Greed in Business, explores the dangers of greed in the professional world.
Duska is president of Duska Business Ethics Consulting. He is a member of the board and past president and executive director of the Society of Business Ethics and the publisher of Business Ethics Quarterly. He has authored and edited numerous articles as well as several books, and serves as an adjunct professor at St. Joseph’s and Villanova universities.
From 1996 to 2011, Duska held the Charles Lamont Post chair of ethics and the professions at The American College, where he co-founded and directed the college’s Center for Ethics and created The Mitchell Forum, which brings together chief executives with business ethicists. A professor emeritus at Rosemont College, he has taught at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, the University of Virginia, Penn State University and St. John’s University. He is a senior fellow at the Olson Center at the University of Virginia, and a senior fellow at the Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics as St. Joseph’s University.
The Edward S. and A. Rita Schmidt Lecture in Ethics was established by 1969 graduate Edward R. Schmidt in honor of his late parents. The lectureship brings distinguished scholars and leaders to campus to advance students’ understanding of and appreciation for the value and role of ethics in their professional and personal endeavors.
Schmidt is a retired partner of the Indianapolis law firm of Krieg DeVault. Prior to that, he was an executive vice president for Sallie Mae. He also served as executive vice president, general counsel–secretary and board member of USA Group, the largest guarantor of student loans in the United States. Schmidt remains an engaged member of the Susquehanna University community, serving on the Board of Trustees and advising the alumni corporation of Theta Chi fraternity.
Bucknell University’s Israeli Film Series continues Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. with the film Footnote in the Gallery Theatre (Room 301) of the Elaine Langone Center.
The film, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by Campus Jewish Life and Hillel with support from Kalman Jewish Life & Learning Fund.
Directed by Joseph Cedar, Footnote portrays the troubled relationship between a father and his son who both teach at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Uriel is a young popular academic who is elected to the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. His father, Eliezer, is an unpopular and frustrated academic whose research is published by a rival scholar one month ahead of his own.
Eliezer receives a phone call that he has won the Israel Prize but Uriel later discovers the caller meant to speak to him instead of his father. Uriel works behind the scenes to allow his father to be awarded the prize, and shares the truth with his mother, who promises to keep the secret.
Footnote won the Best Screenplay Award at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival and won nine prizes at the 2011 Ophir Awards, becoming Israel’s entry for the 84th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film and named as one of the nine shortlisted entries for the Oscars. In 2012, the film was nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Best Foreign Film.
The third movie in the Israeli Film Series is scheduled for Nov. 19. Waltz with Bashir, directed by Ari Folman, will be shown at 7 p.m. in the Forum of the Elaine Langone Center.
Richfield Mennonite Church invites you to the fun at our Awana Clubs for ages 3 to 6th grade Wednesday evenings 6:30 to 8:00 pm September 10th–April 8th in Richfield PA (along Rt. 35).
We also offer youth groups for 7th-12th grade and an adult Bible study. Some activities include game time, hayrides, pinewood derby, puppet shows, snacks, and much more. Any questions call the church office at 717 694-3490.
Robert Skitol, senior partner in the antitrust team at Drinker, Biddle & Reath LLP, will present the lecture Trust Me? The Shifting Sands of Antitrust Law and Policy, 1890–2014, on Oct. 30. Sponsored by the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society at Susquehanna University, the free, public lecture begins at 7 p.m. in Faylor Hall, located in Fisher Hall.
Combining his practice in the field of antitrust law with a lifelong study of American history, Skitol examines the vital but underappreciated role that antitrust law and policy has played in the economic, political and social evolution of our society. More fundamentally, he explores the importance of antitrust policy to the preservation of democratic values and democracy itself, in addition to the threat presented to these values when antitrust enforcement is remiss.
Skitol co-authored the book Mergers in the New Antitrust Era, contributed to Business Opportunities in the United States, and founded and co-edited International Merger Law. He is a former attorney-adviser to the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission and former special assistant to the director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection. He has litigated major antitrust cases, and guided numerous mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures through intensive antitrust reviews at the trade commission and the U.S. Department of Justice. His clients have included Hewlett-Packard Co., Agilent Technologies, The Stroh Brewery Co., James Hardie Industries and Susquehanna Broadcasting Co.
The Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society was established in 2001 by the family of Sigfried and Janet Weis and The Degenstein Foundation of Sunbury, Pa., with support from the Annenberg Foundation, to honor prominent Philadelphia jurist Arlin M. Adams, whose distinguished legal career includes 17 years on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
The center exposes and explores the rich intersections between law and the various other disciplines in our society, and provides a forum and research opportunities for students to examine issues impacting human rights and social responsibility, involving science and technology, and requiring constitutional interpretation.
Susquehanna University’s Department of Theatre will present Guys and Dolls Oct. 30–Nov. 1 at 8 p.m., with a matinee performance Nov. 2 at 2:30 p.m., in Degenstein Center Theater.
Guys and Dolls is a romantic comedy based on the book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. It is a story of rolling the dice and falling in love under the lights of Broadway, following characters such as gamblers Nathan Detroit and Sky Materson, nightclub performer Adelaide, and straight-laced missionary Sarah Brown.
The play ran for 1,200 performances since first opening on Broadway in 1950. The acclaimed play has earned numerous TONY, Drama Desk and Laurence Olivier Awards. Audiences will enjoy classic tunes such as Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat, I’ve Never Been in Love Before, Luck be a Lady, and many more.
Tickets are $23 for adults and $17 for seniors and non-SU students. They can be purchased by visiting the university box office, located in the Degenstein Center Theater lobby, or calling 570-372-ARTS (2787) Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m.
First Stop Treat at Lewisburg Bible Church, Friday, October 31, 5:30 to 7:30 PM, before heading to downtown Lewisburg Trick or Treating.
Bring the whole family for a free slice of pizza, chips, drink, and a cookie. Make your own candied apple treat. Puppet Skits will be performed every half hour.
Lewisburg Bible Church is located approximately 1 mile behind Evangelical Hospital. From US Rt 15, turn west at the traffic light between the Hospital and McDonalds and stay on Hospital Drive to the church on the left. All are welcome.
“FRIGHT NIGHT” a Haunted Hose House at East End Hose Co on Catawissa Ave Sunbury. Friday October 31st and Saturday November 1st , 6 to 9pm .
Cost $1.00 for more info visit Sunbury hill neighborhood or Sunbury east end on Facebook.
HAUNTED HOUSE FUNDRAISER AT SHARON LUTHERAN CHURCH BOO! How many people like to be scared on Halloween? Enjoy the thrill and fun of being scared or scaring others for a good cause. The youth at Sharon Lutheran church who are planning to go to Detroit next summer are offering a fundraiser as an alternative to ‘Tricking’ on Halloween. We will have a guided Haunted House Tour and refreshments and craft activities. Bring your friends and family to Sharon on October 31, from 6-10pm and join in the fun of our Haunted House Event.
Call Sharon Lutheran Church office or contact Robin Kunkel at (570) 374-8444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sharon Lutheran Church
120 South Market Street
Selinsgrove, PA 17870