Aug. 1, 2005
Ovenshine 724-738-4854; firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SLIPPERY ROCK TOWN AND GOWN ASSOCIATION
REORGANIZES, SCHEDULES AUG. 17 MEETING;
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa.
--- To further the positive relationship between Slippery Rock
University and community residents, the Slippery Rock Town and Gown
Association has reformed after a hiatus of several years and will
host a meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 17 at North Country Brewing in
Residents, SRU students and staff, elected
officials and business owners are invited to discuss programs and
ways to promote and improve the quality of life in Slippery Rock.
The meeting will be held on the back patio, with refreshments
Initially formed in the early 1970s, the
organization recently appointed Slippery Rock resident Gene Allison
president, SRU’s Deborah Baker, manager of university events,
vice president, Slippery Rock resident Shirley Martin treasurer and
SRU student Sarah Balasu secretary.
reformation comes amid several cooperative ventures between SRU and
the town, including a program of classes for mature adults and an
upgrade of the business district. Most recently, SRU
hasinvited community volunteers
to help move in one of the largest freshman classes in recent
history Aug. 25-26. Residents and local merchants are being
encouraged to participate to promote community
have questions or would like to get involved but can’t make
the Aug. 17 meeting, call Baker during the day at 724-738-4499, or
Allison in the evening at 724-794-3148.
Slippery Rock Eagle