The Newtown Business Association will hold its November Member Breakfast meeting on Tuesday, November 25th, from 7:30 to 9:00am at Chandler Hall, 99 Barclay Street, Newtown. NBA members and guests will be presented with an Economic Forum consisting of a panel of four: Moderator Robert Wilgos (Summit Financial Advisors) and panel members Robert Costello, Jr. (Costello Asset Management), Patrick Clark (Attleboro Asset Management), and Steven Tolbert (Assistant Professor of Economics at Bucks County Community College). Topics discussed will include: direction of the overall economy, GNP forecast, interest rates, inflation, stock/bond markets, and unemployment. The discussion will be followed by a question and answer period.
Sandra Becker of Doylestown has been named the 2014 Bucks County Poet Laureate, officials at Bucks County Community College recently announced. She’ll read from her winning poems at 2:00pm, Sunday, November 16th, at the college’s Newtown campus.
She’ll be joined by 2013 Poet Laureate Alexa Gutter of Yardley, and runners-up Elizabeth Austin of Newtown, Camille Norvaisas of Feasterville, and Kathryn Ionata of Doylestown.
The last remaining parcel of land William Penn designated for a common area along Newtown Creek in Newtown Borough will be the beneficiary of a $150,000 state grant, according to state Rep. Steve Santarsiero, D-Bucks.
“This grant is an important first step to implementing the plan for preserving and enhancing Newtown Creek as a natural and historic resource for our community,” Steve said of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources grant awarded today to Newtown Borough. “There is so much potential for public spaces, seating areas and trails that can be done through restoration projects like this along Newtown Creek.”
Being a single mother comes with many challenges, but being a single mother attending college brings additional obstacles, along with financial hardships, that many women just can’t overcome. That’s precisely why Bucks County Community College (BCCC) Foundation established its “Salute to Mothers” Scholarship. It’s awarded to female students who are supporting at least one child while seeking higher education at BCCC.
The Newtown Chamber Orchestra (NCO) celebrates its 25th season this year. The first concert, “Scandinavian Adventure for Strings” will be performed on Saturday, November 8th, at 7:00pm at the Lutheran Church of God’s Love, 791 Newtown-Yardley Road, Newtown. The music will include selections by Vivaldi, Nielsen, Bach, Sibelius and Grieg.
submitted by GNC, Newtown
For more than three decades, a safe, inexpensive compound has provided millions of people relief from the coughing, wheezing, and thick phlegm associated with cold and flu. In fact, pharmaceutical companies long ago incorporated it into various patented drugs.
submitted by Kathleen Layton, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office
Just like the weather, the real estate market is local, and national and regional statistics don’t always tell you the full story of what’s happening right here in Bucks County. Many factors influence how the market is trending, including consumer sentiment and confidence, jobs and the local economy. The statistics for year-to-date and year-over-year are very encouraging for Bucks County and it seems apparent that the positive trend will slowly continue.
submitted by Dr. Maria DiDonato, D.Ed. Psychologist, Achievement & Wellness Center, www.achievewell.net
Diagnosing brain activity in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is essential in developing interventions, meaningful treatments and positive outcomes. This has been made easier with information from research using electroencephalograms (EEGs), a recording of the brain’s electrical signals.
submitted By Valerie Higgins, LMA, Lifestyle MedSpa
Copper was one of the first metals used in cosmetics in ancient Egypt, said to be used by Nefertiti herself! But what does copper actually do on the skin? The goal of the copper peptide is to stimulate collagen and elastin formation. Helping to rebuild and restore the skin from signs of aging.