Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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  • Pennsylvania Musical Arts

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    Central Pennsylvania, and specifically, the Harrisburg area, is full of many potentially bright minds who unfortunately can’t always find the right place with people who will nurture and encourage them. Plagued with the common national problem of an overpopulation of students paired with an understaffing of teachers, many of these minds go by without anyone to guide them in the right direction. As a result, intelligence that could be used to better the world around us is directed toward darker things

  • A Worship Service At The Unitarian Church Of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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    On April 3rd, 2016 I attend a worship service at the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; the Clover lane branch. Reverend Michael Walker is the interim minister that led the service. Upon arrival the parking lot was filled with higher class vehicles, along with some hybrid and eco-cars. When entering the sanctuary the congregation was mostly white in race and mostly male in gender. The congregation acted to be of higher class or wealthy. The main colors with in the sanctuary were blue

  • My Site Visit On Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, And The Jewish Sabbath

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    For my site visit project, I visited Kesher Israel in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, which is an Orthodox synagogue. I attended a worship service on Shabbat, which is the Jewish Sabbath. Upon entering the synagogue, I was directed to the women’s section of the synagogue and obtained a copy of the Torah and The Siddur. Throughout the service, I was able to follow along in both texts, since they contained English translations and the page numbers were displayed on the wall. While waiting for the service

  • Essay on Contemporary Uses: The Pennsylvania State Capitol

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    Contemporary Uses: The Pennsylvania State Capitol Pennsylvania has a wide variety of beautiful historical buildings that reflect many different styles of architecture. They include historical homes, unique covered bridges, government buildings, and breathtaking churches. Some of Pennsylvania’s most recognized examples of great architecture are Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Fallingwater” and The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts located in Philadelphia. However, the one building that I think of when

  • The Student Housing Market Is A Mainstream Investment Category

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    5/18/2015 HU Housing HU Student housing report Authored by: DHAVAL Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3 Body 4 Conclusion and Recommendations 5 Bibliography 6 Executive Summary Over the past decade, the student housing market has started to emerge as a mainstream investment category, attracting significant interest from investor developers and private operators. So as on market HU also decided to give student accommodation at list for first and second year students

  • Creating A Clean And Safe Environment

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    pedestrians downtown. In the past couple of years, DID partnered with Harristown Enterprises and the Harrisburg Police Department to repair and replace street lights and install 10 security cameras in the downtown business district. It is important to note the differences between DID and

  • Jeanette Krebs Is The Managing Editor Of Bravo Group

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    Jeanette Krebs is the Managing Editor of Bravo Group, a company which focuses on advocating public campaigns and then communicating them memorably to the public. Krebs has achieved many accomplishments throughout her life, which have landed her at this challenging, yet remarkable company. Bravo Group focuses imperative matters and works together as a team to build public support of significant topics. Jeanette has combined her expertise in journalism to develop an astonishing career which has helped

  • We Must Be Organized Summary

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    “We Must Be Organized” In 1895, the African-American community of Harrisburg (Dauphin County) published an open letter in the local newspaper. Signed by a number of civic-minded citizens, including Andrew C. Gray, it was one of the first initiatives in what would later be known nationally as the civil rights movement. Andrew C. Gray (1862 – 1924) was an accomplished civil servant and community leader in early 20th century Harrisburg (Dauphin County). He overcame the numerous challenges confronting

  • Homelessness In A Community

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    Social Service Agencies Harrisburg has a strong network of social service agencies. The Capital Area Coalition on Homelessness (CACH) coordinates initiatives designed to address homelessness across multiple nonprofits and its work was mentioned several times during in-person interviews (CACH, 2015; K. Gallagher, personal communication, February 25, 2017; J. Giles, personal communication, February 25, 2017). The coalition’s long-term plan to end homelessness in Harrisburg, “HOME RUN: Blueprint to

  • Summary Of Rudyard Kipling 's ' The Great Gatsby ' Essay

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    passed, they are all in Pennsylvania this morning! Rudyard Kipling   1. The Commonwealth They Served The weather was seasonally cold in Pennsylvania’s Capitol late in 1914. On Sunday morning, December 27, the temperature was 1 degree Fahrenheit. This reading was the lowest ever registered in the last month of the year during the almost three-decade history of the Harrisburg weather station. Nevertheless, the cold did not dim the spirit of the holiday season as the Harrisburg Evening Telegraph newspaper