“It’s Always Something” says Tim Mannino at Edward Jones Office

Tim Mannino, financial advisor, of the Edinboro Edward Jones office has announced a seminar,“It’s Always Something”, to be held Wed, May 4, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. Again scheduled at Nick’s Place, 12246 Route 99, Edinboro, this FREE seminar will be a strictly informative evening with guest speaker Luke Bobey, Regional Director for Hartford. Dinner will […]

John Evans Reports…04-15-11

April is Donate Life Month By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) Organ Donor Month Audio Report Every 11 minutes, someone is added to a transplant waiting list. Even though an average of 75 people receive organ transplants each day, an average of 20 die every day because of the shortage of donor organs. While organ transplantation […]

Lancer Letter.. 04-12-2011

Mr. GM by Richard Scaletta Is it possible for adolescent males to have fun without being rude, crass or gross? If you answered no, you’ve probably spent time with adolescent males; but, you probably did not attend the annual Mr. GM pageant at the high school last week. This fun event is proof positive that […]

EUP Students To Host a Fine Arts Photography and Photojournalism Show

FACT AND FICTION: A COLLABORATION EUP students to host a fine arts photography and photojournalism show ERIE, PA – On April 30, from 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. students from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania are hosting a photography exhibition to showcase the work of photography seniors and work from students enrolled in a photojournalism workshop class. The […]

John Evans Reports… 04-08-11

Governor’s Budget Proposal Not the Final Word on Higher Education By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) As the state legislator who represents Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, I was greatly concerned about the devastating reduction in funding for the State System of Higher Education in the budget proposal. I wasn’t alone. Many of my colleagues and I […]

Goodell Gardens Schedules First “Tea Time Talk” For May 1st

Goodell Gardens & Homestead Education Coordinator Heather Zimmerman said that she is excited to announce the first event in the 2011 season of Tea Time Talks. On Sunday, May 1, from 3-5 p.m., Goodell Gardens will host “Make and Take Container Gardens” with Jeanne Chapman. Chapman, container designer at Scotland Yards Greenhouse & Nursery in […]

Dean Shepherd Benefit Scheduled for May 21st

A benefit, to help Dean Shepherd in his fight against cancer, has been scheduled for May 21st. The benefit is to be held at the Edinboro-McKean VFW on Route 98, from 1 to 7 pm. Tickets for the event are $10 which includes a pasta dinner & beverage, children 5 and under FREE. There will […]

Lancer Letter … 04-05-2011

Strategic Planning Core Values by Richard Scaletta As most people in the district know, we have been working this year to develop a strategic plan. We invited the public to 13 meetings in the fall and also met with all our employees to discuss our strengths. In January and February, we went back to those […]

Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania Begins 2011 Concert Season

The Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania will begin its’ 2011 season with a performance at the Louis C Cole Auditorium on the campus of Edinboro University. ‘Music for the Show’ will be the theme for the 2011 Spring Concert for the Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania. Each composition to be played represents a facet of […]

US Navy Band Sea Chanters to Give Performance At Edinboro University April 4

The Navy Band Sea Chanters is the United States Navy’s official chorus. They will give a performance, Monday, April 4th at 7:30PM at Edinboro University Louis C. Cole Auditorium 205 Meadville Street, Edinboro, Pa. 16444 The concert is FREE but tickets are required, contact US Navy Band Sea Chanters Edinboro University Music Department, 110 Kiltie […]

John Evans Reports…..04-01-11

PA to Mark State’s Role in Civil War By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) This spring marks the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War, which broke out April 12, 1861. Throughout four long years of war, our Commonwealth played a crucial role in helping to preserve the Union. In 1860, Pennsylvania was the […]

St. Patricks Day Around the Boro

St Patrick’s Day was observed in all it’s green glory around the area this year. Some truly Irish and wanting to honor their heritage, and still many others not wanting to pass up an opportunity for another good party. Last Saturday saw many friends, family, and parishioners gather at Our Lady of the Lake Church, […]

John Evans Reports………03-18-2011

Bill Moves Forward to Partner Public, Private Entities for Infrastructure Projects By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) Legislation that will seek to help our state’s growing infrastructure needs has endorsed by a key committee in the House. House Bill 3, which would enable Pennsylvania to enter into transportation-specific public-private partnerships, passed the House Transportation Committee on […]

1st Annual Bakers Dozen “Ultimate Cinnamon Roll Challenge”

Well there are eating contests and then there are eating contests, if you have a tremendous sweet tooth then maybe this one is for you. Heartland Inn & Cafe located at 9101 Ridge Road in Girard is sponsoring their 1st Annual “Ultimate Cinnamon Roll Challenge”. The event will take place on April 2nd at 1pm. […]

Eric Lasher Prepares for State Competition

Friends, family, and teammates gathered at Charlie’s Pub & Eatery to send-off Eric Lasher to represent General McLane High School in State Swimming competition. Eric qualified last week at district competition where he set two GM school records in the 50 Freestyle – 2nd place personal best 22.01 and the 100 Backstroke – 3rd place […]

Around the Boro

Seems to be many things a changing again around the Boro, we think it must be spring! Local news today told of the University president announcing his exit. No comment there, but we did come across some recent activity to try to bring the Edinboro University Homecoming Parade back to the community streets. There is […]

Lancer Letter 03-15-11

School Budget Issues by Richard Scaletta While there are many wonderful things happening at GM that I would like to share with you, I feel I need to use this Lancer Letter to address the impact of the state budget cuts on our district. First of all, let me say that I am learning in […]

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