The Home Page Network

News and Information Impacting Our Region
 

Channels

 
Rotary

Rotary

 
Rotary Conference

Rotary Conference

 
Laurel Health Centers

Laurel Health Centers

 
Penn Oak Realty

Penn Oak Realty

 
Bank On It

Bank On It

 
Dunhams Corner

Dunhams Corner

 
By The Door

By The Door

 
Questioning Life

Questioning Life

 
Karschners Insurance

Karschners Insurance

 
Ag Happenings

Ag Happenings

 
Back to Basics

Back to Basics

 
Hornet Happenings

Hornet Happenings

 
Live From The Hive

Live From The Hive

 
Momday Monday

Momday Monday

 
Pennsylvania Politics

Pennsylvania Politics

 
The Briefing

The Briefing

 
Weekly Highlights

Weekly Highlights

 
Wellsboro Chamber

Wellsboro Chamber

 

Weekly Highlights – 04/13/15 – 04/17/15

by Home Page Staff - April 18-19, 2015

It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
~
YOUR BEST HEALTH, NOW!
Susquehanna Health presents a Spirit of Women event, Girls’ Night Out, on April 21st, at the Penn Wells Hotel in Wellsboro. Spirit of Women is a free program that connects women to the health services of Susquehanna Health. Susquehanna Health is one of 100 hospitals nationwide that is dedicated to promoting services to women. They are in their fourth year of the program with over three thousand members. In the past four years they have held many events, such as their recent Day of Dance where over three hundred and fifty women came to learn about heart health, activity and exercise.

This first Tioga County program, Girls’ Night Out, will start at 5:30 PM and end at 7:30 PM. Any woman 18 years or older is invited to attend this fun evening. There is no cost — so bring your mom, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, and girlfriends! BUT YOU DO NEED TO REGISTER. To register, please call: 1-888-720-8461.
~
HORNET HAPPENINGS: MUSIC FESTIVALS
On this edition of Hornet Happenings, Wellsboro Home Page Correspondent, Lauren Gooch, talks with some of the students who recently participated in various music festivals.
The band concert will take place on Tuesday, May 5th at 7:00PM in the Wellsboro High School Auditorium. The chorus concert will take place on Tuesday, May 12th at 7:00PM in the Wellsboro High School Auditorium. These are two performances that you don’t want to miss! We’ll see you there!
~
WINE & ART TOUR, FISHING AND FRIDAY!
May 1-2 will be the Wellsboro Wine & Art Tour. Get your weekend started on Friday night at 7:00 p.m. with Wine 101: Learn How to Taste Like a Pro – with professional sommelier Holly Howell at The Warehouse Gallery. You will receive a wine glass, tastings, and light hour d’oeuvres and dessert. On Saturday, the Wine & Art tour will consist of 10-12 downtown businesses that will each feature wine tasting from 1:00-6:00pm, paired with hors d’oeuvres and accompanied by a local artisan, author, or musician. For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact the chamber at 570-724-1926.

Opening day for trout fishing will be Saturday April 18. Grab your rod and license, and head out to one of the spectacular fishing areas in Tioga County.

First Fridays are back! May 1st will mark the beginning of these exciting Friday nights in Wellsboro. Face painting, sidewalk chalk, music, and much more will line the Main Street. Retailers will be open later with special deals. Red Skillet will be open for the evening, with their season, and new menu options, officially beginning on Monday May 4.
~
STADIUM FUNDING RESOLUTION PASSED
On Tuesday, April 14 the Wellsboro Area School Board passed two resolutions by a 5-4 to begin the funding for the new Wellsboro Community Athletic Complex. The School Board’s vote will refinance the school district’s existing debt by extending it five years.

The estimated $3.5 million project that aims to include new lighting, bleachers, track, and playing surface, will now move forward to secure a construction loan for renovations and to also take advantage of a $1 million state-funded RACP grant, by June 6.
~
MU TODAY – THE SUITE LIFE
About 6 years ago, Mansfield University began developing a housing master plan to determine the feasibility of building replacement student housing. Phase 1 included the construction of what are now Oak and Hickory Halls, while Phase 2 became Sycamore and Spruce Halls.
Watch this feature for a highlight tour of these incredible new residence halls.

Credits:

Writing: N/A

Produced by Vogt Media

 
 
 
x