Leaves of Class XXI – June Winner!

JUNE ~ Congratulations to Donna Rupp of Scranton, who won the following prizes:

Entertainment:  Anthracite Heritage Museum (four museum tickets); Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library (two tickets to the Distinguished Author Award dinner); Kalahari Resorts & Conventions ($100 gift card); Wildflower Music Festival (six flex tics).

Culinary Delights:  Serafina ($25 gift certificate); The Loading Dock Bar & Grill ($15 gift certificate); Wegmans ($100 gift card); Zummo’s ($20 gift card).

Tres Chic:  N.B. Levy’s Jewelers ($50 gift certificate).

Wellness:  Uno Fitness (one 3-month membership); The Naked Angel Co. (summer fragrance gift basket).

And More!:  Something Old & Something New Marketplace (large decorative bowl and small red glass bowl); Sorrenti Family Estate (two bottles of wine, 2 wine glasses, and napkins in a traveling tote bag);  American Express ($50 gift card – courtesy of Letha Reinheimer).

Didn’t win this yet? That’s ok, because you still have SIX more chances!

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR CHANCES ONLINE!  (Services charges will apply.) Or stop in the Library to fill one out.

To request mailed brochures, contact Kym Balthazar Fetsko – kym.fetsko@scranton.edu, 570.941.7816.

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Good Luck!

Leaves of Class XXI – March Winner!

MARCH ~ Congratulations to Erin Feeney of Clarks Summit, who won the following prizes:

Entertainment:  Actors Circle (one set of 2 tickets to Pygmalion – Apr 25-28, May 2-5); Scranton Fringe Festival (two 2019 Storyslam Season Passes).

Culinary Delights:  Aramark (25 free coffee or café beverage gift certificates); Domino’s (one gift certificate for a 1-topping pizza); Downtown Victoria’s Café ($25 gift certificate).

Wellness:  Glenmaura National Golf Club (four complimentary greens & cart fees – weekday only); Medicus Express Care (140 item emergency first aid kit).

Memberships: Greater Scranton YMCA (3-month family membership).

And More!: Jerry’s For All Seasons ($25 gift card); Something Old & Something New Marketplace (matching necklace, earrings and ring set); Nimble Hill Vineyard & Winery (3 bottles of red wine).

Didn’t win this yet? That’s ok, because you still have NINE more chances!

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR CHANCES ONLINE!  (Services charges will apply.) Or stop in the Library to fill one out.

 To request mailed brochures, contact Kym Balthazar Fetsko – kym.fetsko@scranton.edu, 570.941.7816.

Thank you & good Luck!

 

Leaves of Class XXI – January Winner!

JANUARY ~ Congratulations to Kate Leahy of Waverly, who won the following prizes:

Entertainment:  Actors Circle (two tickets to Wait Until Dark – Jan 31, Feb 1-10); Broadway Theatre League of NEPA (two tickets to the opening night of The King and I  – Mar. 29);  Scranton Cultural Center (one voucher for up to 4 complimentary tickets to a membership season of shows presented and produced exclusively by the Scranton Cultural Center);  PNC Bank (four club seats at the Mohegan Sun Arena to see the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins  – Feb. or Mar.); Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic (two orchestra seats to the PNC Pops Performance: Imagine, Music of the Beatles at the F.M. Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre — Sat., Feb. 16 at 8 p.m.)

Culinary Delights:  Aramark (25 free coffee or café beverage gift certificates); P.J. Scanlan’s ($25 gift certificate); Sidel’s Restaurant ($30 gift card); Starbucks (4 – $10 gift cards – courtesy of Gretchen Welby).

Wellness:  Montage Mountain Resorts (four Extended Lift Tickets); Crunch Fitness (1 – three month Peak Plus membership with 2 personal training sessions).

Memberships:  AAA Travel Agency (Basic Membership).

Leaves of Class XX – May Winners!

MAY~ Congratulations to Joe & Mary Barrett of Dunmore, who won the following prizes:

EntertainmentRustic Kitchen Bistro & Bar@Mohegan Sun Pocono: 2 tickets to the live cooking show “In the Kitchen” with Chef Kim McLendon; Cinemark ($20 gift card).

Culinary DelightsArcaro & Genell Restaurant & Catering Services ($25 gift certificate); Manning Farm Dairy ($25 gift certificate); Nana’s Pasta House ($25 gift certificate); Ragnacci’s Family Restaurant ($25 gift certificate); Revello’s Pizza ($25 gift card); Russell’s Restaurant ($40 gift certificate); Sanderson St. Tavern ($25 gift certificate); Tiffany’s Tap & Grill ($25 gift certificate).

Tres ChicLenora’s: pink leather tulip shaped crossbody bag and grey and pink designer scarf; Lillian Pulitzer cooler with Elk Mountain wine glasses; Nann Blaine Hilyard: one-of-a-kind, handmade quilt.

Wellness: Sanderson Place Salon & Spa Scranton: $75 gift certificate; Mulberry Bush: $25 gift certificate.

And More!: Hudson General Store: “Summer Afternoon” framed art print; 6 bottles of Nimble Hill wine (courtesy of The Weinberg Memorial Library).

Didn’t win this yet? That’s ok, because you still have SEVEN more chances to win!

To purchase entries online, visit: www.scranton.edu/leaves. To request mailed brochures, contact Kym Balthazar Fetsko – kym.fetsko@scranton.edu, 570.941.7816.

Thank you & good Luck!

Leaves of Class XIX – December!

Congratulations to Joyce Hatala of Fleetville who won a new iPad from The University of Scranton, Division of Information Resources, a hand knit scarf courtesy of Bonnie Strohl; a wine gift basket from Franklin Hill Vineyards; a wine bottle opener kit courtesy of Charles Kratz; and two phone cases courtesy of William Varady.  Joyce also won the following gift cards/certificates to: Alexander’s Family Restaurant ($50); Alibris ($50); Lenora’s ($50); Thai Thani ($40); Ruth’s Chris Steak House ($25) & Wolfgang Puck ($10) from Metz Culinary Management; Amazon ($30); Six East Restaurant (dinner for 2 up to $30); Regal Entertainment Group ($25 courtesy of Alan Mazzei); JJ McNally’s ($25); Nana’s Pasta House ($25); POSH@The Scranton Club ($25); Riccardo’s ($25); and Stirnas Restaurant ($25).

Raffle chances for Leaves of Class XX are now available. To purchase entries online, visit: www.scranton.edu/leaves. To request mailed brochures, contact Kym Balthazar Fetsko – kym.fetsko@scranton.edu, 570.941.7816.

Thank you & good Luck!

Leaves of Class Raffle Winner ~ May, 2016

Congratulations to Dorothy Mackie of Clarks Summit, our May Leaves of Class winner, who won an overnight getaway to MT. AIRY CASINO RESORT, which includes an overnight stay (2 rooms) in a deluxe king room, a foursome of golf including cart and green fees, and four tickets to the buffet.  In addition, Dorothy won a $50 gift certificate from LENORA’S and a $50 gift card from DOC MAGROGAN’S OYSTER HOUSE.

There are still seven more drawings for Leaves of Class XVIII. PURCHASE YOUR CHANCES TODAY!

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Leaves of Class Raffle Winner ~ April, 2016

As we prepare tLandingPageButton_LOCo draw May’s winner on Tuesday, May 31st, we would like to congratulate April’s Leaves of Class Raffle Winner ~ Sarah Jane McHale of Scranton.

Sarah won a wellness visit to The Wright Center for Primary Care Mid Valley which includes 1 wellness/preventative health exam with diabetic and cholesterol lab tests; 1-dental hygiene exam and teeth cleaning; and 1-nutrition visit, a 6 month Fitness Membership to The Michael J. Aronica, M.D. Wellness Center from Allied Services, and a Glenmaura National Golf Club basket of gifts: 2 boxes of golf balls, a Bushnell GPS Rangefinder, fleece pullover and hat.  In addition, Sarah won a $50 gift certificate for a round of golf from Lakeland Golf Club, 15 free coffee or café beverage gift certificates from Aramark, and a $50 gift certificate from N. B. Levy’s Jewelers.

Congratulations, Sarah!

Remember, there are still 8 chances to win! BUY A RAFFLE TICKET TODAY!

5.06 ~ The University of Scranton’s Day of Giving

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Don’t judge a book by its cover.

More than just books, the Weinberg Memorial Library is a central hub for collaboration, technology, art, research, and even coffee breaks. Scranton students have 24-hour access to this campus hotspot, as well as 24-hour online access to thousands of special collections and digital resources.

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Thanks to Friends like you, the Weinberg Memorial Library is able to grow the number of resources available on campus and online each year. Today, on The University of Scranton’s Day of Giving, consider making your 5.06 gift to the Library.

Buy a Book on 5.06!
Did you know it costs $75 to add one book to the campus collection? With a gift of $75 or more today, a nameplate will be added to a book in your honor.

MAKE MY 5.06 GIFT

Academic Video Online: Premium now available via the Weinberg Memorial Library

       Academic Video Online: Premium is the largest and most comprehensive video subscription service available to libraries. It delivers more than 48,000 video titles spanning essential academic subject areas including: anthropology, business, science, engineering, counseling, history, music, film, and many more.  Academic Video Online is a replacement for our prior streaming video service VAST from Alexander Street and all content previously found in VAST is available in Academic Video Online. Partnered with recognized providers of content such as:  PBS, 60 minutes, Asian Film Online, and the BBC, Academic Video Online: Premium provides a breadth of expertly produced and relevant academic video content. A link to Academic Video Online can be found by accessing the library home page (www.scranton.edu/library), clicking on the articles and databases tab, and either search for Academic Video Online in the search box, or clicking on databases and finding Academic Video Online under the tab for databases “A”.  It can also be found by logging into the My.Scranton portal and clicking on the “Library” tab, and clicking on the “Databases” link under “Resources” or searching the Library’s Catalog.

The International Film Series Presents: Illegal

Photo courtesy of Film Movement.
Photo courtesy of Film Movement.

 

Please join us on Friday March 11, 2016 at 7 p.m. in Room 305 of the Weinberg Memorial Library for a free presentation of the Belgian drama “Illegal.”

Film Movement describes the film as the story of Tania a former teacher from Russia, living illegally in Belgium with her son, Ivan. One day she is stopped for a routine check by the police and is arrested. Separated from Ivan, who manages to escape, she is placed in an immigration detention center for women and children. While utterly refusing to face expulsion, Tania begins a fight to preserve her dignity, identity and humanity, as well as find her son.

Directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse, “Illegal” is in French and Russian with English subtitles. Dr. Marzia Caporale will lead a discussion following the film.

This event is open to faculty, staff, students, and the public. Please email sharon.finnerty@scranton.edu for more information.