LHU announces open house dates
LOCK HAVEN - The Office of Admissions at Lock Haven University will host several free admissions open houses.
The day's events will include presentations by faculty regarding potential majors, a question and answer period with current LHU students, and discussions about university programs, student life and financial aid.
A tour of the campus is included and the day will end with presentations on financial aid and athletics.
Registration is preferred but not required.
Dates include Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Nov. 17, Feb. 16, March 2 and April 6 and begin in the university's Student Recreation Center, 550 Railroad St.
To register, call 484-2011 or www.lhup.edu/ admissions/visit.
Zumba benefit fundraiser set
A Zumba fundraising benefit will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the South Williamsport Area High School.
The event will feature Chinese auctions, silent auctions and door prizes. All proceeds will go to Julia Saul to help pay for breast cancer treatments.
Montgomery seniors meet
MONTGOMERY - Montgomery area senior citizens will meet at noon Oct. 2 at the Luthern "Brick" Church for a catered meal.
Reservations are required and must be made by Sept. 28 by calling 547-1953. Attendees are asked to bring a food item for the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank.
A blood pressure clinic will be available and the program will follow dinner.
LAPS to host 4th spay-neuter clinic
PENNSDALE - On Nov. 18, Lycoming Animals Protection Society, a no-kill cat shelter in South Williamsport, will host the fourth reduced-fee spay-neuter clinic at the Pennsdale Volunteer Fire Co.
A similar event in April helped spay 65 female cats and neuter 73 male cats, bringing the overall total the clinic has helped in four years to 428 cats who no longer are able to add to the already overwhelming cat population.
Once again, Dr. Matthew J. Murphy, of Keystone Veterinary Services of Chambersburg, will perform the surgeries in his mobile clinic.
Female spays are $52 and male neuters are $32.
Murphy also will administer both rabies and distemper vaccines as well as a pain medication injection, if the owner wishes, for an additional fee.
Appointments are required and payment in full is due upon registration.
The preferred method of communication is email at info@Laps Shelter.org to receive pre-surgery instructions and a form to sign and bring to the appointment.
For more information, call 327-8707.