July 2007 - Lancaster County Chapter

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July 2007 - Lancaster County Chapter
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
LANCASTER COUNTY CHAPTER
NITTANY LINES
Volume XVI Number 1
Next Monthly Meeting:
Record Six Scholarships Awarded
Wednesday August 29, 2007
For the first time, six scholarships were
awarded by the Penn State Club of
Lancaster, according to scholarship
committee chair Bob Kaufhold.
Warwick High School students earned
three of the six $1,000 awards.
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Did You Know?
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Brasserie
Dinner 6:30 pm.
Meeting begins at 7:30 pm. sharp
All Chapter members are
encouraged to attend!
Contact Glenn Bissinger to RSVP
or for more details: (717) 285-8118.
Chapter Website at www.psulancaster.com
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LOOKING AHEAD
2007 CHAPTER EVENTS
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July 2007
EDITOR: Rick Miller ([email protected])
Aug 11 – Creamery Ice Cream Sale
at Lititz Craft Show
Aug 19 – Freshman Sendoff
Sep 8 – Notre Dame Tailgate. Join
us for a blast before the big game.
See article in newsletter.
Sep 8 Notre Dame Chapter Bus
Trip. The bus trip is sold out.
Oct 27 – Ohio State bus trip is also
sold out.
Nov 16-18 – Michigan State away
game trip is also sold out. Are you
seeing a trend here?
Although many social activities are
listed in this newsletter and via email,
most efforts by the Penn State Club
benefit the scholarship fund or other
community needs.
The Club is always looking for
members to help with these events.
Congratulations to all six of our Penn
State Club Scholarship winners.
Welcome to Penn State.
Notre Dame Tailgate
Join us for the pre-game festivities.
Last year’s caterer, Prospectors BBQ
of State College, will again provide the
food. It’s from 2-5pm. Check out the
sign up sheet on the back page of the
newsletter. Cost is only $25 for adults
and $10 for kids 10 and under. More
information will be provided in an
email blast. If you have questions or
need further information, please
contact Carol Deem at (717) 6260663 or e-mail [email protected]
ND Bus Trip Sold Out
The Club sponsored bus trip to the
Notre Dame game is sold out. If you
signed up, but didn’t pay, get your
money to Gene Risser ASAP. Send
$32 to Penn State Club c/o Gene at 42
Windcrest Drive, Lititz PA 17543.
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Phillip Sahd graduated from
Warwick and receives the Herb
Zukauskas Scholarship.
Lauren Martin also is a
Warwick grad. She receives a
general fund scholarship.
Alex Devaux, from Warwick is
also a general fund scholarship
recipient.
Aimee Kauffman graduated
from Cocalico. Aimee receives
the J Henry and Minnie M Hitz
Scholarship.
Chelsea Lefever recieves the
Meredith Trower Scholarship.
She is a Manheim Central
graduate.
Christopher Nation receives the
newly created Cory Pennington
Trower Scholarship. Christopher
attended Manheim Township.
Berkey Creamery
Ice Cream Sale
Saturday, August 11
9:00am – 4:00pm
Lititz Springs Park
Our annual PSU Berkey Creamery
Ice Cream Sale at the Lititz Rotary
Craft Show in the Lititz Springs Park
is just around the corner. Volunteers
are needed to help set up early that
morning and dip ice cream for the
morning and afternoon shifts.
Interested Club members can sign up
by Dan Doremus at (717) 627-3772
or at [email protected] This is a
big fundraiser for our scholarship
fund. Hope to see you!
Recap of Recent Events
Joe Paterno If you missed Joe Paterno at the
Radisson Penn Harris June 9, he is very optimistic
about this year’s squad. He likes the talent, but he
needs to see some leaders step up. Stay informed
at:http://www.alumni.psu.edu/events.
Golf Outing
It was such a huge success that a
review seems in order. A record amount of money,
$4800, was raised. More golfers and dinner guests
attended this event than any other Club sponsored golf
outing. And Tom Bradley was a big hit.
Special thanks to golf committee chair Jen Risser. Her
organizational skills and enthusiasm were evident. Our
corporate sponsors were phenomenal. Madison
Apartment Group sponsored Tom Bradley. M&T Bank
sponsored the dinner, and Wheatland Credit Union
sponsored our beverage cart. Their help was key to
making this event the best one yet. No pressure for
next year, right!
Speaking of next year, the outing will again be at
Groff’s Farm on Friday May 9th. Stay tuned for details.
Chapter Service Project
Jenn Spade is
spearheading our efforts with the Daughters of the
American Revolution in their support of the Pastoral
Services Department at Landstuhl Regional Medical
Center.
We’ve sent our first shipment to Germany and a big assist
goes to The Jay Group for the “tons” of items that they
donated. We have eight more boxes ready to go, but we
want to do more. To see how you can help, contact Jenn
at ( 6 1 0 ) 2 7 3 - 7 9 5 0 or email her
at
[email protected]
Relay For Life
Team Roaring For a Cure raised
over $9,000 at Catholic High last month to help with
the fight against cancer. This team consisted of
members, past and present, of the Penn State Lancaster
Club. According to Club President Glenn Bissinger, the
event at Catholic High is one of the top fund raising
events for Relay for Life in the country.
New Board, New Officers and Awards
Laurey Morgret, Tim Miller, and Bryon Simmons were
elected to the Penn State Lancaster County Alumni
Association’s Board of Directors at our June meeting.
The following are leaving the Board: Pat Crouse, Amy
Lefever, Steve Black, and Helen Weber.
New Board officers include: Glenn Bissinger, President;
Jen Risser, Vice President; Jenn Spade, Secretary; Dennis
Anspach, Treasurer; Rick Miller, Vice President
Communications; and Andrea Holloway, Vice President
Membership. Outgoing Board officers are: Sally
Garman, Secretary; Michelle Burkholder, VP
Membership, Jennie Rothweiler, VP Communications;
and Anthony Burkholder, Treasurer.
The current board welcomes all new members and
officers and sincerely thanks outgoing members and
officers for their service.
Also at our annual meeting, Doug Trower received the
Major Contributor award for his efforts and generosity
with the scholarship fund.
Jen Risser and Dan Doremus were named Member of the
Year.
Freshmen Sendoff
Sunday, August 19 from 12:00 – 3:00pm more than
sixty-three freshmen and their guests will get a glimpse
of Penn State at our 2007 Freshman Sendoff! Won’t
you share in this important event to welcome future
Penn State alumni? Our sendoff will be held at Penn
State, The Lancaster Center, located within the Farm
and Home Center on Arcadia Road, off Manheim Pike.
A catered cookout and special guests (including the
Nittany Lion) are some of the highlights.
All Chapter members are welcome to join us for food,
fun and FRESHMEN! There is no charge for this
event, but please RSVP by Friday, August 10th, to
Jennifer Spade at [email protected] or call her
at (610) 273-7950
Football News
The Michigan State trip sign-up is now closed.
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Penn State/Notre Dame Tailgate
Penn State Club of Lancaster County
2007 Chapter Tailgate
Our annual Chapter tailgate will be held on Saturday, September
8th prior to the PSU vs. Notre Dame football game. A 6:00 p.m.
kick-off has been scheduled so you will have plenty of time to
enjoy our tailgate festivities!
The tailgate, from 2-5 p.m., will include a buffet cookout catered
by Prospectors BBQ of State College. The menu will include
award-winning pulled pork barbecue, chicken sandwiches (tangy
barbecue, spicy Cajun, plain), _ pound burgers (cheese, toppings),
baked beans, creamy coleslaw, homemade pasta salad, chips and
cookies. Beverages provided include soda, beer, water and wine.
Cost is only $25 for adults and $10 for kids 10 yrs. and under.
The tailgate location will be announced in the next several weeks.
We’ll notify you of the specific location via email or newsletter.
Carol Deem will be chairing our gridiron bash again this year. If
you have any questions or need further information, please
contact Carol at (717) 626-0663 or email [email protected] For
further details and updates, check out our website at
www.psulancaster.com. Reservations must be received by
SEPTEMBER 1, 2007. Please complete the form and mail to:
Carol Deem - 659 Brunnerville Road - Lititz, PA 17543
Penn State/Notre Dame at Beaver Stadium
Saturday, September 8, 2007
2:00 p.m.—5:00 p.m.
Name(s)
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Address:
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Telephone:
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Email:
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# adults attending
person
# children attending
person
________ x $25.00 per
________ x $10.00 per
________ Total

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