The Dallas post. (Dallas, Pa.) 19??-200?, November 04, 2012, Image 7

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    Sunday, November 4, 2012
ton Mills, work out at the Zumbathon.
Ross Elementary PTO vice president Ashley Raspen, left, and Emily and Jessica Demko, of Hunting-
Zumbathon raises funds for Ross Elem.
Zumbathon to raise money for the Ross Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organization was held on Oct. 19
at the Ross Elementary School gymnasium. Zumba instructor Amy Dale, of Sweet Valley, led parents and
iends in Zumba exercises.
Emily and Jessica Demko, of Huntington Mills, register for the Ross Elementary PTO Zumbathon.
LEFT PHOTO: Zumba instructor Amy Dale, of Sweet Valley, shows the dancers how it's done at the Ross Elementary School Zum-
bathon to benefit the school's parent-teacher organization.
Once Upon A Time Daycare was thrilled to have a very special guest visit the children. Angela
DeMuro, author and illustrator of several “Land of MU" books, came for a book signing and to
read to the children. The Halloween story time featured ‘The Boy Who Loved Halloween!
Shown here, front row, is Camryn Ecenrode. Second row, Tanya Macareo holding Jaxon Saitta,
Gianna Saitta with author Angela DeMuro, Danielle Cramton, Irelyn Curley and Gavin Bayer.
Third row, Claire Zdancewicz, Sabrina Zdancewicz, Tyler Spaciano and Nick Cramton
Program speaker will
discuss Judge Rosenn
The Misericordia University
Government, Law and National
Security Program will host the
presentation, “Walking with
Justice” by Mollie Marti, J.D.,
Ph.D., at 7:30 p.m. on Wednes-
day, Nov. 7 in the Huntzinger
and Alden Trust Rooms 218-
219 of Sandy and Marlene
Insalaco Hall on the upper
The lecture is open free to
the public.
Dr. Marti will talk about her
newest book, “Walking with
Justice: Uncommon Lessons
from One of Life’s Greatest
Mentors,” which shares her
experience as a law clerk for
federal Judge Max Rosenn of
Wilkes-Barre, who served 36
years as a jurist on the United
States Court of Appeals for the
Third Circuit from 1970 to
2006 and was one of the foun-
ders of the Rosenn, Jenkins &
Greenwald law firm.
For more information, call
) 674-6400.
Seminary plans
: Open House
Students and their parents
interested in learning more
about Wyoming Seminary
Upper School are invited to
attend a fall Upper School
Open House from 1 to 4 p.m.
on Saturday, Nov. 10 on Sem’s
Kingston campus.
The Open House will feature
campus tours, opportunities to
meet faculty and students and
information on admission and
Visitors should convene at
the admissions office in the
Stettler Learning Resources
Center on North Sprague Ave-
To register, call the admis-
sions office at 270-2160.
MU hosts talk about
Native Americans
The Misericordia University
Multicultural Education De-
partment (MU/ME) is hosting
a talk about the evolution of
Native Americans in the Unit-
ed States and a film that exam-
ines how they are seen through
film around the world on Now.
13-14. The events are open free
to the public.
The lecture, “Truth Talks:
Frank LittleBear — Being Na-
tive American in America,” will
be presented from 6 to 8 p.m.
on Tuesday, Nov. 13 in Huntz-
inger and Alden Trust Rooms
218-219 in Sandy and Marlene
Insalaco Hall. Frank LittleBear
of the Cree National Heritage
will present and discuss the
evolution of Native Americans
in the United States and look
at representation and issues
facing them today.
MU/ME will present, “Reel
Injun,” a Peabody Award-win-
ning documentary that offers
an entertaining and insightful
look at the Hollywood Indian
on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
For more information, call
Friedman Gallery
plans bus trip
The Pauly Friedman Art
Gallery at Misericordia Uni-
versity will host a daylong bus
trip to tour the Barnes Founda-
tion Museum on Philadelphia’s
Museum Mile with lunch at the
famed French restaurant, Le
Bec Fin on Saturday, Nov. 17.
Tickets are $150 per person
and include a four-course lun-
cheon at Le Bec Fin.
For reservations, call Anne
Postupack, Cameo House
Tours, at 655-3420.
Judge Gartley,
The Dallas High School Economic Competition Club, under the direction of Dennis Garvey and
Tom Gilroy, attended a lecture given by Dr. Gary Stern, former president of the Minneapolis Feder-
al Reserve Bank. The lecture was hosted by the business department of Misericordia University.
At the conclusion of the lecture, Dr. Stern spent time with the club in a short question and answer
period. From left, first row, are Dennis Garvey, club moderator; Blake Donovan, Ryan Koyloski,
Colin Casto. Second row, Gary Stern, Stephen Mingay, Kristi Oschal, Rudy Georgetti, Jenna Mor-
gan, Ryan Georgetti and Zach Goodwin.
DMS hosts
Det. Balogh
Dallas Middle School recently
held an assembly for all eighth-
grade students featuring Luzerne
County Judge Tina Gartley and
Detective Chas Balogh of the Lu-
zerne County District Attorney’s
Office. Judge Gartley spoke to
students about the legal ramifica-
tions of bullying and inappropri-
ate internet use. Detective Ba-
logh used a multimedia presenta-
tion to overview internet safety,
cyber bullying and monitoring
tools for online behavior. Both
speakers fielded students’ ques-
tions as a conclusion to the pro-
gram. From left, are Detective
Chas Balogh, Dr. Thomas Duffy,
Middle School principal; Judge
Tina Gartley, Michael Shevock,
Middle School guidance counsel-
or; Norb Swithers, Dallas School
District Home and School Vis-