Want to learn more?


Heard about the Empowering Our Region Through Mentoring and Leadership conference and want to learn more?

Tune in to WKOK 1070 AM tomorrow morning — Oct. 2 — at 7:10 and 7:40 a.m. to hear Kathy Scullin, CIO, Geisinger, and Dan Rockwell, conference keynote speaker, give compelling reasons why you need to attend the conference.

And you can learn even more, and register for the conference, at EmpoweringOurRegion.com.


Today is the Day

Please come out to the Campus Theatre in Lewisburg today, starting at 6 p.m., for the Silent Auction and premiere of the documentary, “Mike Baker: Love, Friendship and Community.”

When the doors open at 6 p.m., you’ll be able to bid on items from area businesses and artisans:

Weis Center for the Performing Arts – 4 tickets to Preservation Hall Jazz Band with Allen Toussaint on October 17

Campus Theatre – “Take One” Membership

Elizabeth’s An American Bistro- Dinner for 2

Bradley Shoemaker- Limited Edition “Going Home” Print
Framing by Open Door Gallery

Fetch and Play – Large Dog Bed

Gloria Phillips Massage Therapy: One-Hour Massage

Isle of Que Adventures- Gift Certificate

Bull Run Tap House – Growler and Gift Certificate

Mercantile – Vera Bradley Purse

Rebecca Mohr Jewelry – Beryllium Sterling Silver Bracelet

Susquehanna Life Magazine – 1/3 page color ad

Wolf’s Jewelry- Bulova Lewisburg Clock

Natural Food and Garden Store- Gift Certificate

West Milton State Bank- Commemorative Pottery Crock

The Baker family- 2 Tickets for a Penn State Home Game

Greak’s School of TaeKwon-Do – Gift Certificate

Susquehanna Life Magazine – 2-year subscription + mug

Karen Meyer – 2 medium-size Gold Canyon Candles

Karen Meyer – Gold Canyon Gift Certificate

Erica Shames – Native American Photograph on Canvas

Susquehanna Life Magazine – Davy Jones Cover on Canvas

Michele Wert, Holistic Therapist – Gift Certificate

The movie and silent auction are the first fundraisers for the Michael P. Baker Community Impact Fund, overseen by the First Community Foundation Partnership. When fully funded at $25,000, the Michael P. Baker Community Impact Fund will award $1000 a year to area families coping with catastrophic illness or circumstance.

The movie is sponsored by Susquehanna Life magazine and created by filmmaker Caroline Pogust. Light refreshments will be served and a short Q&A with filmmaker Pogust will take place after the movie.

Questions can be answered by calling: 800-232-1670. Thank-you.

Empowering Our Region

Tomorrow morning Susquehanna Life Magazine publisher Erica Shames and Sarah Bell, senior associate director of Bucknell’s Career Development Center, will introduce an innovative idea: how to empower our region through mentoring and leadership. The concept is a joint venture of the Women’s Professional Partnership and Bucknell University. WKOK AM 1070. 7:10 and 7:50 a.m. WKOK Sunrise with Mark Lawrence. Stay tuned.