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Daly Graduates From Penn State August 17, 2018

Timothy Christopher Daly graduated from Penn State University (State College), Schreyer Honors College, on Aug. 11. He graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in management with a human capital concentration, a Bachelor of Arts in labor and employment relations with a human resources concentration, and a Master of Science in human resources and employment relations.

Daly is a 2013 graduate of Donegal High School. He is employed by Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth, Texas, as a human resources business partner.

Retirement Communities

Sidewalk Chalk Night

Pleasant View Retirement Community, 544 N. Penryn Road, Manheim, invites the public to a free, family-friendly evening to "chalk the walks" with artwork and inspirational messages around the main entrance of the campus on Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Pleasant View will supply sidewalk chalk and free popsicles. Refreshments including hot dogs, chips, beverages, and baked goods will be available for purchase. Chalk the Walks is a project of The Joy Team, which seeks to spread joy, optimism and inspiration through sidewalk chalk.

Proceeds will benefit the Pleasant View Auxiliary. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held indoors. For more details and updates, readers may visit or search for "Pleasant View Retirement Community" on Facebook.


My Brain Doesn't Work Like That!" by Dr. Jane Bluestein

Dr. Jane Bluestein will visit The Janus School, 205 Lefever Road, Mount Joy, to present "My Brain Doesn't Work Like That!" on Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The informative lecture will focus on working with students with learning disabilities.

The program will explore a number of ways individuals learn. In addition to learning about practical strategies for accommodating a variety of learner preferences, participants will look at ways to teach children how to take responsibility for their own learning needs. Ideas for teachers and parents, especially those working with nontraditional learners, will be presented and discussed.

Bluestein has worked with thousands of educators, counselors, health care professionals, parents, child care workers, and other community members worldwide. She has appeared internationally as a speaker and talk-show guest, and she is an award-winning author. Formerly a classroom teacher in inner-city Pittsburgh, a crisis-intervention counselor, a teacher training program coordinator, and a volunteer with high-risk teenagers at a local day treatment program, Bluestein currently heads a consulting and resource firm in Albuquerque, N.M.

The free lecture is open to the public. To register or for more information, readers may call 717-653-0025, email, or visit

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