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Non-Profit, The Carrizo Project, Empowers Honduran Women

Mar 16, 2016 ● By Shannon Ostrovsky

The Carrizo Project, a non-profit, empowering Honduran women by teaching them sew; helping them to own and operate their own businesses.

Local Archaeology Group Slates Indian Artifact Fair at Taber Museum

Jan 21, 2016 ● By Erica Shames

Locally found artifacts, as well as excavated finds from previous NCC8 excavations, will be on display and Baird will speak about the group’s ongoing dig at the Glunk Site in Montoursville.

Yoga Establishment Re-centers Focus

Dec 28, 2015 ● By Erica Shames

Evolution of an Organization, Regional Buzz, Winter 2015.

Upcoming Workshops Shed Light on 'Once in a Century Grant' Opportunity

Dec 08, 2015 ● By Kevin

A workshop and information session will be offered for two grant opportunities in the area, coming up in 2016.

New Life for a Nonprofit

Nov 20, 2015 ● By Erica Shames

As an AmeriCorps member charged with the task of helping to revitalize a nonprofit, Sue Stackhouse reached out to the community to gather invaluable input to revitalize Crystal Lake Ski Center, a recreational community asset teetering on the brink of financial collapse. The steps taken to save the ski center could serve as a model for infusing new life into nonprofits.

Tonight and Tomorrow: 40 Years of Entertainment

Jun 24, 2015 ● By Kevin

The 40th Edition of Re-Creation is a dazzling new stage show featuring the best in American Music!

Twelfth Annual Village Sampler & Wine Tasting Set for April 25

Mar 20, 2015 ● By Erica Shames

This year’s event features food and wine samplings from area restaurants and wineries, a live and silent auction, and live entertainment.

Help Raise the Region

Mar 02, 2015 ● By Erica Shames

For 30 hours, ending at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday the 12th, visit and select the participating nonprofit(s) you would like to support.

Geisinger Connects to Statewide Research and Education Network

Jan 22, 2015 ● By Erica Shames

Geisinger is a PennREN pioneer in the health care arena, and its connection to our high performance network will enable opportunities for innovation, such as transmission of big data for genomic research, telemedicine, video consultation, remote patient monitoring, and access to specialist care, according to KINBER executive director Wendy Huntoon.

LCCF's Extraordinary Give Raises $4.47 Million for Area Nonprofits

Dec 07, 2014 ● By Kevin

The Susquehanna Valley's Extraordinary Give broke records last month, raising more than $4 million throughout the area.


Weis Center for the Perfoming Arts
Albright Care-Services
Geisinger Medical Center