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Pinwheels For Prevention Fundraiser

Feb 05, 2012

View April 1, 2012 Pinwheels for Prevention Fundraiser status update!

Join us in bringing Pinwheels for Prevention to the Liberal Arts community. The pinwheel is the new symbol for child abuse and neglect prevention nationwide and represents Prevent Child Abuse America's efforts to change the way our nation thinks about prevention, focusing on community activities and public policies that give priority to prevention right from the start to make sure child abuse and neglect never occur. Nearly 900,000 pinwheels have been displayed since April 2008. This Spring we're asking College of the Liberal Arts students, faculty and staff to work together to raise $5,000 for Prevent Child Abuse PA.

Pinwheels are available for a suggested donation of $2 per pinwheel; of course you may purchase them in groups of five for $10 or in whatever denomination suits you.  Purchase pinwheels for your office, family, and friends, make a donation--or designate pinwheels to be planted in the Liberal Arts “garden.” The "garden" will be part of a concluding celebration in front of the Sparks Building on Wednesday, April the 18th, 2012 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.  Mark your calendars for the celebration now, and look for further information closer to the date.  You can also depend on us to give a progress report on the campaign in mid March, and a final report indicating how much was raised.

For more information or to place an order, please contact your building representative (list below) or send an email to pinwheels@la.psu.edu. Payment (cash or check made out to 'Nicola Kiver') is due with your order. Orders will be taken through Friday, April 13 and pinwheels will be distributed periodically based on order volume.

Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,

Holly Beaver, Administrative, Curriculum and Scholarship Coordinator
Sean Dooling, Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors College student, class of 2015
Jessica Drobnick, Paterno Fellow and Schreyer Honors College student, class of 2015
Nicola Kiver, Executive Assistant to the Dean
Susan Knell, Director, Career Enrichment Network
Jack Selzer, Barry Director of the Paterno Liberal Arts Fellows Program and Professor of English
Lexie Walsh, Philanthropy Chair, Liberal Arts Undergraduate Council, class of 2014
Drew Yingling, Academic Adviser

Building Representatives:

Brumbaugh - Jodi Ripka, 9 Brumbaugh, jqm4@psu.edu, 863-2798

Burrowes - Amy Barone, 108 Burrowes, aeh109@psu.edu, 863-2627

Carpenter - Robin Orndorff, 414 Carpenter, rqk2@psu.edu, 867-0006

Ihlseng - Susan Reighard, 101 Ihlseng, smr6@psu.edu, 865-0495

Keller - Katelyn Perry, 3 Keller, krp5@psu.edu, 863-8435

Kern - Michele Moslak, 303 Kern, mwm5@psu.edu, 865-0277

Moore - Sarah Derber, 140 Moore, sad3@psu.edu, 863-6343

Old Botany - Rowan Cota, 102 Old Botany, rgc5047@psu.edu, 867-3260

Oswald - Cathy Walker, 211 Oswald, cwalker@psu.edu, 865-2527

Pond - Amy Homan, 203 Pond, aqs3@psu.edu, 865-4598

Sparks - Nicola Kiver, 111 Sparks, nmk17@psu.edu, 863-6473

Sparks - Holly Beaver, 119 Sparks, hms4@psu.edu, 863-3876

Sparks - Susan Knell, 5 Sparks, sek104@psu.edu, 865-1070

Thomas - Sharon Elder, 2M Thomas, sle9@psu.edu, 865-7970

Weaver - Elizabeth Brown, 108 Weaver, ejb272@psu.edu, 865-6243

Willard - Kathy Rumbaugh, 133 Willard, klr21@psu.edu, 867-2760

USB - Amanda Goble, 159 USB, amg283@psu.edu, 863-0752

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