Wed, December 15, 2010Marywood University continues its holiday tradition of the annual performance of The Nutcracker ballet presented free of charge on December 26-28.
Scrantastic T-shirts, coffee, candy for sale at Flapjack Fest Tonight!
Mon, December 13, 2010Scrantastic t-shirt sale at Flapjack Fest tonight, Monday, December 13! Do some holiday shopping at Flapjack Fest in Main Dining Hall tonight..... *Save $2 off regular price of Scrantastic t-shirts, only $10 tonight! *San Lucas Mission Fair Trade Coffee: $10 per bag *Divine Fair Trade Chocolate: $2 per bar *"Be the change" bracelets only $2 All sales support Campus Ministry Service Trips! Thank you for your support! Reply Forward
Marywood's Mens Group - Spring 2011 Semester
Mon, December 13, 2010Marywood's Mens Group is inviting all men to join them for their first meeting of the Spring 2011 Semester. The group is an excellent way to strengthen spirituality by building a solid foundation with peers. Discussions range from growing closer to God, relationships, school, and family. Please join us for this wonderful opportunity to grow and support one another. Where a lone man may be overcome, two together can resist. A three-ply cord is not easily broken. Ecclesiastics 4:12 Meeting: Tuesdays, 6:00-7:30pm - Campus Ministry Office, Swartz Center for Spiritual Life For more information, please call Father Brian Van Fossen, firstname.lastname@example.org or (570) 340-6024.
Big Friends/Little Friends Spring 2011 Semester
Tue, December 07, 2010Big Friends Little Friends is looking for new mentors for the spring semester. This program is a 2 day per week after school program for students grades K-5 who live at Valley View Apartments. Come help students with their homework, play games, do crafts and have a snack. We have a dedicated group of Marywood mentors that need some more helping hands. We will go Mondays or Wednesdays 2:30pm-5:30pm, Transportation is provided. If interested, e-mail Jill Troiano at email@example.com
Collection of Candy & Snacks to Send to Soldiers Overseas for the Holidays
Tue, December 07, 2010Campus Ministry is collecting candy and snacks to send to soldiers overseas for the holidays. There will be boxes set-up in the First Stop Cafe, Regina Hall, the Main Dining Room, Nazareth Hall and in the Atrium, Madonnna Hall. As the semester comes to an end, we all have extra pacer points and meals which can be used towards your donation of: candy bars, cereals, granola bars, gums/mints, and other non-perishable snacks. The drive will be running through Friday, December 17th. If you have any questions, please contact: Rebecca Schwalb firstname.lastname@example.org .