Graduate counseling program
Registration deadline is today for an open house for the Geneva College master of arts in counseling program from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Northwood Building on campus in Beaver Falls.
The counseling program offers specialized areas of study in clinical mental health, marriage and family and school counseling.
Prospective students will meet one-on-one with faculty, current students and program graduates to learn more about it. A light dinner will be served.
Fall and spring starts are available. A full-time option, with completion in five semesters, or a part-time schedule, with completing in two to three years, is offered.
Registration: 724-847-5227 or www.geneva.edu/counseling.
PENN STATE BEAVER
Free summer shows continue on campus
The North Star Kids will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in a free show as part of the 37th summer season of the Brodhead Cultural Center in the J.P. Giusti Amphitheater on the Penn State Beaver campus.
In the event of inclement weather, the show will be moved into the auditorium of the Beaver campus Student Union Building.
The Penn State Beaver Varsity Club will sell concessions before and during the show. Proceeds benefit Beaver campus student-athletes.
For information or tickets: 724-773-3610 or email@example.com.
Recycled school clothing sale
Gently used back-to-school clothes, shoes, backpacks and other items will be available to families in need in the airport/west communities from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at St. Philip's Church, 1629 Beaver Grade Road across from the entrance of Cherrington Corporate Center.
This is the fifth year for the clothing sale.
In past years, more than 2,000 pieces of clothing have been recycled. Most donated clothes are 25 cents with a maximum of $1 for fall/winter coats or suits or backpacks.
The group also has prepared bags filled with back-to-school supplies that are free to students, while supplies last. Proceeds, if any, will fund more family-targeted outreaches in the airport area.
Rector Eric Taylor said all families are welcome, but the hope is to offer clothes to families in need at the height of the back-to-school shopping season.
The clothing collectors consist of about 25 members of the church known as "Family Matters" - a group with a goal of helping families.
They have been collecting clothing from Moon and West Allegheny neighborhoods and from the congregation since early spring.