Bailee Yokum

Upcoming Greene County events

A search of local websites from the Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Office showed numerous upcoming events from now until mid-May in Greene County, Pennsylvania; Here is a sampling. Greene County Chamber of Commerce March Business Connection Luncheon  Tuesday, March 26  11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Greene County Tourism Office Rustique Crafts Class Wednesday, March 27 5:30-8 … Continue reading

Calling for community help to identify need is The Washington County Community Foundation

Seeking help from the community, the Washington County Community Foundation is calling on local residents within the community to participate in focus groups and a survey. Manager of the nonprofit leadership and engagement for WCCF, Joann Naser, said, “So, last year the community snapshot was launched, which is the nonprofit central guide for the foundation, … Continue reading

New Additions to the WU Faculty

There are new additions of full-time and part-time faculty members, who have all worked for Waynesburg University in some capacity in the past but have been given a different role this fall semester. Pamela Cunningham joined the Department of Business Administration as a full-time instructor of marketing. She first joined Waynesburg University in 2007 working … Continue reading

Waynesburg University’s tradition of giving

“I do like that it’s a tradition, it’s become tradition and we always say that it’s our hope that it creates a culture of philanthropy at Waynesburg,” Maura Fenske, coordinator of development and alumni relations, said. Nov. 2, marks the Day of Giving for Waynesburg University, and all initiatives have the opportunity to participate. According … Continue reading

Chamber of Commerce opens scholarship applications

The Greene County Chamber of Commerce is offering two scholarships to local students who are looking to attend school. The scholarships called the Greene County Chamber of Commerce Educational Fund and the Rotary Scholarship, have deadlines that close in mid-April. Both scholarships have been around for decades and renew annually. Melody Longstreth, executive director of … Continue reading