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Red Cross Blood Drive April 23th
At The Masonic Lodge Market St Sunbury
Walk-ins welcome make appointments by calling 1-800-red cross
SEALS CAFÉ FUNDRAISER
COME JOIN US FOR DINNER AT MCDONALDS ON THE STRIP IN SELINSGROVE.
ANYTHING MADE ABOVE AVERAGE SALES AT MCDONALDS DURING THOSE HOURS WILL GO TO THR LIFE SKILLS /SEALS DEN PROGRAM
DRIVE THRU AND DINE IN
At Beavertown Fire Hall
adults $8/children $4/Under 5 free
Benefits Malcolm Wells and Sandy Digiovanni hosted by Middle Creek Valley Council of Churches
A Free Fellowship Meal is scheduled at St. John’s Lutheran Church on Thursday, April 24, 4:30pm-6:30pm (or until food runs out), 6590 Musser Lane, Watsontown.
The menu features Baked meat loaf, stuffing, mashed potatoes, vegetable, dessert and beverage. All are welcome.
As many as 1 in 3 American adults will have diabetes in 2050 if present trends continue, according to the American Diabetes Association. Evangelical Community Hospital is committed to changing the diabetes trend and focusing on a future of better health for the community.
A Talk with the Doc discussion centered on Type 2 diabetes will be held at Evangelical Community Hospital on Thursday, April 24, in the Apple Conference Rooms located at the rear of the Hospital Dining Room. A complimentary meal will be offered at 5:30 pm with the talk starting at 6:30 pm.
Led by Pamela Yanoviak, MD, of Evangelical Internal Medicine and Karen Simeone, MSN, ACNS-BC, CDE, CWON, diabetes educator, the discussion will focus on diabetes prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
There is nothing sweet about Type 2 diabetes. High blood sugar levels may cause blindness, gum infections in the mouth, heart disease, kidney disease, nerve disease, poor blood flow, amputations, and stroke. The hour-long discussion will focus on the significant gains that can be realized with small, consistent changes to help manage diabetes. There will be a question and answer period with the diabetes experts following the program.
The event is open to the public. Registration is required and can be completed by calling 570-768-3200 or online at www.evanhospital.com.
The Union County Branch YMCA is partnering with Weis Markets dietitian Beth Starks to offer the following Health and Wellness Events in Mifflinburg: A Kids Can Cook Workshop and a Weis Cart Smart Tour (See details below). PRE-REGISTRATION is required!
***Breakfast 1-2-3 & Super Snacks***
A ?Kids Can Cook? Workshop
Thursday, April 24th from 6:00-7:30pm
First Lutheran Church, 404 Market St. Mifflinburg
Cost: $8 per family
Open to children ages 6 years and older with a parent/grandparent/guardian.
Join your Weis Dietitian for a hands-on cooking workshop!
Kids will have fun making and sampling a Layered Fruit Parfait and PB Fruit
Roll-Up while parents and caregivers learn:
* Strategies for healthy and budget-friendly meal planning
* Benefits of regularly eating breakfast
* Quick, healthy and portable breakfast ideas
* How to build a better snack
The Snyder County Conservation District and the Lower Penns Creek Watershed Association will host a Rain-barrel workshop on Thursday, April 24th at 6:30 PM. This workshop will have a limit of twenty participants on a first come first serve basis. All participants will receive a completed rain-barrel at the conclusion of the workshop, the workshop is free to attend but those wanting to take a completed Rainbarrel will be charged $15.00. This workshop will take place at the Monroe Township Snyder County Municipal Building, at 39 Municipal Drive, Selinsgrove PA 17870. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 570 837 3000 ext. 112.
Violinist Sarah Chang and pianist Julio Elizalde will present the 2014 Stella Freeman Weis Concert at Susquehanna University on April 24. The program begins at 8 p.m. in Degenstein Center Theater and is presented by the Stella Freeman Weis Cultural Endowment, which annually sponsors performances at Susquehanna by critically acclaimed artists. The fund was established in 1976 by Robert and Patricia Weis of Sunbury in memory of his mother.
Chang made her New York Philharmonic debut when she was only 8 years old. During an international career spanning more than two decades, she has performed with renowned orchestras, conductors and accompanists, and released 20 recordings with the label EMI Classics. Chang has received numerous honors for her work, including being named an Artistic Ambassador by the U.S. Embassy in 2011, and becoming the youngest person to receive Hollywood Bowl’s Hall of Fame Award.
Elizalde has been praised for “compelling artistry and power” by the Seattle Times. He has collaborated with leading musicians such as Chang and violinist Ray Chen, and is a member of the New Trio with Andrew Wan and Patrick Jee. The New Trio has won the Fischoff and Coleman National Chamber Music Competitions and the Harvard Musical Association’s Arthur W. Foote Prize. He is co–artistic director of the Olympic Music Festival and a faculty member of the Manchester Music Festival. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Juilliard School.
The concert is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for seating. Tickets, which will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis, are available at the university box office located in the lobby of the Degenstein Center Theater. Tickets can be obtained in person or by calling 570-372-ARTS (2787) from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Stella Freeman Weis Cultural Endowment presents Sarah Chang, violin, and Julio Elizalde, piano, on Thursday, April 24 at 8 p.m. in the Degenstein Center Theater.
This concert is free and open to the public. Tickets are required, however, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis through the SU Box Office located in the Degenstein Campus Center, Monday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m. or by calling 570-372-ARTS.
The Stella Freeman Weis Cultural Endowment annually sponsors critically acclaimed artists in performance at Susquehanna University. This fund was established in 1976 by Robert and Patricia Weis of Sunbury in memory of his mother