Monthly Archives: April 2012

Food Co-op Naming Wednesday – UPDATED

The first meeting of the food cooperative’s two new subcommittees – Membership & Finance/Legal  – will be Wednesday, May 2 at 7 p.m. at the State College Borough Building. The Membership Committee will be choosing a name for the co-op, … Continue reading

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So happy…

…Webster’s is back.

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Herbal Tinctures Photos & Boalsburg Tuesday Market Preview

(From Jim Eisenstein) – Say “Hooray!” for May.  The Boalsburg Farmers Market (Tuesdays, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the PA Military Museum) – had a wonderful first outdoor market last week, with happy customers stocking up on spring greens, … Continue reading

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PSU Lion Surplus Auction – May 10

Lion Surplus Spring Auction is May 10 at 9 a.m. at the warehouse on Service Road behind the Dickinson Law School building between Bigler Road and University Drive. Map. Preview is May 9 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Here’s … Continue reading

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Summer Workshops – Scheduling Underway

I sent out an email a few days ago, checking in with prospective instructors for the Summer 2012 Reskilling Workshops. We’re aiming to schedule most of them on the weekends between July 14 and August 26: July 14 & 15 … Continue reading

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Sarah Potter on Food Co-op Progress, plus Railroad Avenue brainstorming – April 25, 2012

Sarah Potter writes: We had a great food co-op meeting last week (April 18). The dedicated CED students shared some of the key data from the survey (interest, current shopping habits, co-op niche, membership and more). They also presented some … Continue reading

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Help Name the Cooperative

The food cooperative team is taking the next steps toward creating a State College-based, community-owned food cooperative, and one of their first next tasks is choosing a name. Suggestions welcome – please post them in the comments section on this … Continue reading

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