Governor Wolf Announces $4 Million for Health Care Training Building in Central PA January 03, 2018 Education, Healthcare, Infrastructure, Jobs That Pay, Press Release, Public Health, Workforce Development Pleasant Gap, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today joined Senator Jake Corman to announce $4 million in funding to support the construction of a new Health Sciences Building on the campus of Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology (CPI). The new building will enable the school to provide health care training for 150 additional adult students to help meet the need for more workers in Central Pennsylvania.“As Governor, I have worked to ensure the state government is investing in local communities and directing our resources to projects that prepare people for meaningful careers,” said Governor Wolf. “With this support, CPI will build a state-of-the-art educational facility to prepare students for good jobs providing the health care this community needs. I want to thank Senator Jake Corman and the many others, who helped make this project a reality.”The Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program (RACP) funds will help CPI support the $16.1 million cost to build a 46,000 square foot Health Science Building. When complete, the three-story building will include space for classrooms and labs, as well as a private partnership with a local health care provider on the ground floor to further expand local health care access.“It has been exciting to watch this school grow and be supportive of its efforts provide its students with practical training that translates directly to family-sustaining careers upon graduation,” said Senator Corman. “The expanded facility will allow CPI to meet the demand for highly-qualified healthcare professionals in our local community. Students will be prepared for success with hands-on learning in an engaging environment. It’s an investment in our community and meets the local demand for high-quality education close to home.”Construction will begin later this year and is expected to be complete by the fall of 2020. The new building, which will create 30 full-time jobs, will be adjacent to existing buildings and will serve the school’s expanding Health Science program to provide training in healthcare management, occupational therapy, physical therapy, surgical technologist, licensed practical nursing and registered nursing.“We are excited and appreciative that Governor Wolf has authorized the release of a $4 million in Redevelopment Capital Program (RACP) funding for the CPI Health Sciences Building (HSB) project,” said Dr. Richard Makin, president of CPI. “The HSB will house specialized degree programs (AST) and will provide dedicated space for a healthcare partner to deliver on-site medical services, enabling us to address the regional healthcare workforce shortage while meeting the needs of that clinical partner.”CPI, located on 52 acres in Pleasant Gap, was founded in 1969 as the Centre County Vocational-Technical School. The name was changed in 1998 to reflect its competencies in scientific and technical education for high school students and the adult community.Serving the school districts of Bald Eagle Area, Bellefonte Area, Penns Valley Area and State College, CPI has added several adult programs. CPI offers more than 18 secondary programs, over 60 in-house adult and continuing education programs, and more than 350 online courses. The school is a major source for technical training in business and industry in the region with well-equipped laboratories and classrooms, highly skilled instructors, and a curriculum based on industry standards and certifications prepare students to pursue post-secondary education or enter the workforce. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
The centre-back tried – and failed – to dispossess Ibrahimovic 10 yards inside the PSG half. Jones had only just managed to track back to the edge of the area by the time Lucas Moura had lofted a brilliant pass to Matuidi and he slotted in before the England defender and Luke Shaw could intercept. United’s defending was just as inept for the second goal. Maxwell found space on the left to square for Ibrahimovic, who strode past two defenders and slotted past a hesitant De Gea. Some of PSG’s passing was a joy to watch. Lucas Moura, Maxwell and Ibrahimovic all exuded flair. United, on the other hand, were deteriorating as the half went on. Ashley Young and Rooney misplaced passes. The only time United tested Kevin Trapp was from a Depay free-kick. Van Gaal replaced Schweinsteiger, Young and De Gea with Morgan Schneiderlin, Andreas Pereira and Sam Johnstone at the break. Pereira, who has impressed for United on this tour, made an immediate impression, crafting a lovely ball into the box for Juan Mata, but the Spaniard miscontrolled. The Brazilian then found Rooney, who knocked the ball down to Depay but his shot did not trouble the PSG goalkeeper. Michael Carrick’s poor pass allowed Youssouf Sabaly in at the death, but he shot wide and PSG settled for a 2-0 win. Manchester United’s defensive vulnerabilities were highlighted with ease by Paris St Germain, who blew Louis van Gaal’s team away in the Windy City. Press Association Phil Jones allowed PSG to counter for the first goal by jumping in for a tackle inside the opposition’s half and then could not block Matuidi’s close-range finish. And Ibrahimovic was allowed to walk through a static back line and convert Maxwell’s cross in the 34th minute. After recording three decent victories, United headed back to England after a chastening defeat that reminded them much work has to be done if they are to get back on a par with Europe’s elite. Senior sources at United insisted earlier this week that Van Gaal was happy with his defensive options, but on this evidence, the Dutchman may need to rethink. United, who were without PSG target Angel Di Maria, started relatively well. Bastian Schweinsteiger looked eager to answer his critics, of whom one was Van Gaal. The German swept up the field and lofted a ball to Wayne Rooney, who squared to Memphis Depay but he shot wide. Schweinsteiger showed no mercy to Ibrahimovic, knocking the Swede off the ball. The forward rolled around on the turf, but received no sympathy from the crowd or the referee. Ibrahimovic rose to his feet and put PSG ahead. He was helped in no small part by Jones. Blaise Matuidi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored at the Soldier Field in Chicago to steal United’s International Champions Cup crown in the final game of the club’s tour of the United States. The 2-0 victory for the French champions was made a lot easier by some woeful defending by United. read more
– Chastening –Wenger refused to comment on Borussia Dortmund’s claim that Arsenal have made a bid for their striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.The 28-year-old was left out of the squad that drew against Hertha Berlin on Friday, which has stoked transfer speculation.Aubameyang was the Bundesliga’s top goalscorer last season as he finished the campaign with 31 goals and has hit 13 in 15 games so far this year.“We are nowhere near anything with Dortmund. They are responsible for their own statements. If we sign somebody we will announce it,” Wenger said.It was a chastening afternoon for Palace, who have lost only twice in their last 13 games — both defeats coming at the hands of Arsenal.Palace boss Roy Hodgson, whose side got a consolation goal from Luka Milivojevic in the closing stages, said he had feared the size of the defeat would be even heavier.“At half-time I thought we were staring down the barrel of a gun,” he said.“I think had we not marshalled ourselves and shown the character that the players showed in the second half and produced the work rate, it would have been an avalanche.“As it turns out, we not only managed to stop them scoring more goals, we got one of our own and reduced the deficit to a minus three rather than a minus seven or eight.”Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal are ready to go on a sustained winning streak after finally blocking out the distractions of a turbulent transfer window.Arsenal ended a five-match winless run by thrashing Crystal Palace 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.Four goals in the first 22 minutes tore Palace to shreds as Nacho Monreal, Alex Iwobi, Laurent Koscielny and Alexandre Lacazette got on the scoresheet.The Gunners’ dynamic display was a well-timed rebuttal to the critics who claimed the imminent sale of Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United would ruin their already troubled season.Wenger expects Chile forward Sanchez to join United in the next 48 hours, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan ready to move in the opposite direction to Arsenal from Old Trafford.The Arsenal manager hopes those deals, which follow the sale of Theo Walcott to Everton, will allow his players to focus on their performances rather than being distracted by the transfer sagas.“What is very difficult is for the first time in January we were losing one of our big players,” Wenger said.“This period creates a strange feeling in the dressing room. That is why this transfer period in the middle of the season is difficult.”Wenger revealed Sanchez was absent from the Arsenal squad on Saturday as he headed to Manchester to seal a deal which has been in the making since United out-bid Manchester City for the former Barcelona star.“I didn’t take him because there is a question of him moving to Manchester United and you cannot drive up north and as well play football,” Wenger said.“I expect it to happen maybe, but I cannot announce it because in the next 48 hours it will be decided one way or the other.” read more
A new partnership proved a winner when Marcella Tuttle and Lynn Lambert won the Plate Final at the 10th anniversary PING fourball betterball championship.The pair from The Links, Newmarket, scored 43 points and won by two points at PING’s Gainsborough Golf Club in Lincolnshire. “It’s really, really great, so special. I just want to take it in” said Lynn, who is the ladies’ vice-captain.“It’s a lovely honour for the club,” added Marcella, who will follow Lynn as vice-captain.Their closest challengers were Pam Bailey and Mel Davey from Barlaston Golf Club in Staffordshire, who scored 41 points and claimed second place on countback. They pipped Christine Glasby and Dianne Jackson of Millfield Golf Club, Lincolnshire, who played in the last group on the course.Fourth place went to Ladbrook Park, Warwickshire, represented by Caroline Lassen and Wendy Bill, who scored 40 points. They beat Sue Light and Sue Lawton of Flackwell Heath, Buckinghamshire, on countback. Ann Wild and Pamela Ellis of Rochdale, Lancashire, scored 39 points and took sixth place, winning again on countback from four other pairs.Marcella and Lynn teamed up for the first time this season for the PING tournament, which is run by England Golf, and they came through an initial entry of over 16,000 women from almost 850 clubs. The top 50 pairs in the country qualified for tomorrow’s Grand Final while the next 50 pairs went through to today’s Plate Final.“In the qualifier Lynn sank a 40ft putt on the last green for four points, which gave us 42 points and we scraped into the final on the back nine score,” said Marcella, a five handicapper, who was runner-up in the Cambs & Hunts ladies’ championship and is a county player.Today Marcella boosted the score with three gross birdies, on the 7th, 13th and 16th – and missed a two-footer for a fourth. “We dovetailed really well,” she said. “When I went off, Lynn came on and when I had the birdies she chipped and putted for me to be able to go for the putt.”The last few holes were testing for the pair, who were well aware they were amassing a good score, but they held on well to finish strongly.Marcella, who has played golf for 39 years, has played in national finals before, but this was a first for Lynn, who took up golf in 2003 and is now playing off 10. “I am chuffed to bits” she said.The Ping Fourball Betterball tournament began in 2006 and, because of its popularity, the Plate Final was added in 2009.PING’s European marketing manager Dave Fanning commented: “I have been involved in this event since the very beginning and it is great to now be celebrating the 10th anniversary.“We are very proud that we are involved in the ladies’ game from the very top and particularly proud of this event because it encourages ladies of all handicaps.”The putting prize was won by Wendy Bill (Ladbrook Park) and the long driving competition by Jackie Foster (Bishops Stortford).Click here for the full scoresCatpion: Lynn Lambert (left) and Marcella Tuttle (image copyright Leaderboard Photography). 7 Sep 2015 New partnership is a PING Plate winner read more
By Michele J. KuhnFAIR HAVEN – It’s courage and inspiration that Maureen Bay sees when she looks at the faces and into the eyes of women – and men – who have survived breast cancer.“It’s courageous to show your face,” said Bay, the owner of Gem of an Idea at 740 River Road. “I have had women come in here, even some who have just had a double mastectomy, and they have such a great attitude… They are upbeat and amazing.“In my opinion, every woman who has gone through breast cancer treatment is indeed beautiful in her own way,” Bay said. “She emerges from treatment stronger, more hopeful, more determined, more loving, more graceful, more compassionate… all of which can be depicted in her eyes and in her smile.”Bay has assembled a collection of 30 photos of survivors to showcase those qualities. She is using them for a window display at her jewelry store in celebration of “Pink Haven,” part of Riverview Medical Center’s sixth Annual Paint the Town Pink breast cancer awareness campaign.“It is a tribute to women who have been through and survived the experience of breast cancer,” she said.The Paint the Town Pink event merges a breast cancer prevention, detection and treatment campaign with a fundraising component. Donations to the Pink Fund will provide free screenings at the Women’s Center at Riverview for uninsured and underserved women in the community.The campaign is a collaboration of Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank, and surrounding communities. This year eight towns are participating: Red Bank (Pink Bank), Little Silver (Little Pink), Rumson (Pinkson), Holmdel (Pinkdel), Atlantic Highlands (Atlantic Pinklands), Monmouth Beach (Pink Beach), Shrewsbury (Pinkbury) and Fair Haven (Pink Haven).The photos Bay has gathered show women at various stages of life. Some photographs were professionally taken, others were snapshots taken by family or friends.Among the glossy prints hanging in the shop is one of a woman with her toddler grandchild. Others show a woman smiling as she stands next to her physician and two sisters who have survived breast cancer. A banner proclaiming “Pink Haven, creating the beautiful faces of survival” is part of the display.Bay has been sending emails to friends and clients looking for photos of survivors. Those people in turn have been sending messages to their friends and family. That networking resulted in photos coming from near and far. Though she hoped to have photographs of men, none were forwarded to her.Women whose photos appear in the window are not identified, but she knows that when it comes to the faces of local women, “a lot of people may know these people.“Maybe it will encourage them to go for their annual mammogram. Maybe it will help (Riverview) raise more money to ensure women can get mammograms,” Bay said.The shop owner tracked down pink clothespins and a few dozen pink wire hangers with the help of her dry cleaner. The white paper hanger covers that usually have advertising on them are printed instead in bright pink lettering with such words as “hope,” “courage” and “triumph.” They are being used to hang the photos.“I wanted this to be inspirational,” she said. “I wanted this to be empowering.”It is with passion and enthusiasm that Bay speaks about the window design and her participation in the campaign. She hopes the effort will offer an opportunity for people to talk about breast cancer and for the need for women, age 40 and older, to get their annual screenings.“Creating a dialogue is important,’’ she said. “I’m excited by this.”This is the second year Bay has decorated her window for “Pink Haven.” Last year’s design won best dressed window, something of which she is proud.The photos are expected to be on display at Gem of an Idea for about two weeks. read more
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