“Should You Say “Thank You for Your Service?” – Psychology Today
“Honoring Those Who Served” | A Weis Markets email message offers “Take 5% off your order Saturday, November 11th! Take 5% off your order Friday, November 10th and Saturday, November 11th!”
“Businesses, restaurants offer freebies, discounts for Veterans Day weekend” – Lancaster Online
With apologies to the writer of “It is the soldier,” it is the soldier, the Marine, the sailor, the airman and / or the Coast guardsman/woman who have given us freedoms.
“Wes Moore, US Army veteran says “Thank you for your service just isn’t enough” in this 14 minute TEDTalk. “It’s a call for all of us to ask veterans to tell their stories — and listen.”
November 15 | “With over 80 cultivars on display, the Pennsylvania Poinsettia Trials is a long-running program, held each November in eastern Pennsylvania. Both a natural season and a shaded plant trial of each cultivar will be on display making this trial a one-of-a-kind!”
Ideas for the future | “4-in-1 system makes power, water, A/C, and heat” – Futurity.com
In the aftermath of the mass-shootings in Texas and Las Vegas | our opinion column from 2012, “no more thrills – an opinion.”
“LHU ranks first among PASSHE schools for performance funding | Lock Haven University has ranked first among The Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) universities for performance in the 2017-18 academic year. The Performance Funding Program is designed to measure the outcomes of each university in the areas of student success, comprehensive access to opportunity, and stewardship of PASSHE and Commonwealth resources.
The assessment is based on institutional performance and peer comparisons on 10 measures that align with the themes of success, access and stewardship. The measures are divided between five mandatory measures and five optional measures selected by each institution. All indicators of university performance are measured according to their progress toward institution-specific goals and against external comparisons based on similar universities.
While LHU tied for first in the 2016-17 cycle, this year’s awards see LHU in first place for performance funding, having earned the most points out of all 14 universities for meeting performance expectations. The achievement will provide LHU a total of $2,592,046 in funding.
“Our staff and faculty are to be congratulated for their dedication and hard work which have led to this impressive distinction,” Dr. Michael Fiorentino Jr., LHU president, said.