Join us! Weds. DEC. 13 for our holiday party
Join us! Weds. DEC. 13 for our holiday party
Our featured guest will be Rashad Elby, Penn State’s Assistant Director of Player Relations and Personnel. Rashad works with the Penn State student athletes to help navigate the very complex world of NIL (Name, Image, Likeness).
We will also have some fundraising auction items to bid on. PRINTABLE FLYER, BELOW
Location: Heritage Hills Golf Resort
Windows Ballroom 2700 Mt. Rose Ave. York PA 17402
Wednesday, December 13th 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. (RSVP by 12/6/23)
$35 per person This event will include buffet dinner. Cash bar.
PayPal or send a check, payable to PSAA-York County Chapter
HOLIDAY BUFFET MENU
Soup de Jour, Caesar Salad, Grilled Chicken Breasts
Baked Potato Bar with Bacon, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream, Salsa and Broccoli
Warm Rolls and Butter, Freshly Baked Cookies, Brownies and Dessert Bars
Freshly Brewed Coffee, Assortment of Hot Teas and Iced Teas
This unframed custom print was donated to us by Vicki Miller (story below)
Signed by Penn State Football Coaches: James Franklin, Mike Yurcich, Manny Diaz
Beautiful bronze plate commenting Penn State’s legendary Football coach Joe Paterno. Must see to appreciate!
Enjoy use of a suite at the Rev game On July 20, 2024 as the Rev’s celebrate a Penn State Tailgate.
Penn State Football player Beau Pribula is scheduled to attend the game. Suite includes s 20 tickets for admission and use of the suite.
Before we were blue and white, Penn State’s original team colors were pink and black... This Nittany Lion logo plate was manufactured in York by Rhino Frames. Show your Penn State Pride on your ride with this awesome license plate.
Get ready to sit back and relax watching Penn State win their bowl game. No couch or recliner is comfy enough without a plush Penn State pillow.
Tote collapses for easy storage but contains all your tail gate needs.
Tote includes Blue and white plates, napkins and disposable utensils.
PSU Barbeque tools, PSU salt and pepper shaker, PSU alumni Koozies, ice packs and PSU cooler bag, and small football service bowls.
What else do your need to make your day….except a PSU win.
Sitting quietly in the corner…..his presence speaks loudly. This gnome lets everyone that comes to you home that you are PENN STATE proud!
The Stately Nittany Lion….the symbol of our best! Proudly display this autographed print of our Lion.
Place his smiling face on the shelf with the rest of your loved ones.
We all know you LOVE THE LION!
Is it a white out or a stripe out?
Either way, you are prepared!
A white and a blue shirt, a clear stadium approved bag and a key fob/lanyard all in a clear Penn State tote bag to make you game day ready.
Gnomes are everywhere just like Penn State Fans and Alumni!
This gnome living in your garden or yard will attract good luck.
And a Penn State win!
an excerpt from Chuck's wife, Vicki
Charles (Chuck) Miller was a graduate of Spring Grove Area schools. Following graduation he entered PSU and studied mechanical engineering, graduating in 1963. He spent 30 years working in the dental field, designing and improving the processes for artificial teeth and the equipment used in dental procedures. His most significant accomplishment was the design of a high speed machine to produce reamers to be used in root canal work. Along with his company, he was awarded a patent on this machine.
Being a lifelong lover of wildlife, especially those indigenous to Pennsylvania, he formed a company with Bob Sopchick, a very well known and respected artist to create and market prints depicting the wildlife of the state. Because of his attachment to PSU he encouraged the artist to create a painting of the Mountain Lion which was the inspiration for Penn State's mascot. The finished painting was taken to a PSU marketing event with the hope of receiving a license to market it as representing PSU history. His request was turned down as he was told that the University only marketed likenesses of the PSU lion and not realistic lions. So none of these prints were ever marketed under the PSU name. Calling this print, Pride of the Valley, was as close as he ever got to identifying it with Penn State. When asked, he told people that this was a Mountain Lion that roamed the area around State College and it artistically showed Mt. Nittany in the background.
Chuck died in January 2021 and I have been donating the remaining prints to organizations I thought would be able to use them for fund raising events or just as door prizes. I didn't stipulate their use, allowing each organization to decide how they would best use the print. Most of these donations went to wildlife organizations who would appreciate the subject as a historical record of the PA mountain lion.
I am hoping that whoever receives these prints find them a beautiful rendition of the history of the mountain lion and it's relation to the mascot of PSU.