Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship to Host Trustee Candidates Anthony Lubrano and Mark Connolly to Address Penn State Alumni in the Mid-State
March 12, 2012 —- Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship (PS4RS), the organization formed to affect positive change within the University Board of Trustees, demanding transparent, trustworthy and moral leadership in the upcoming elections, is hosting a meet and greet on Thursday, March 15 at the West Shore Country Club. The event will begin at 7:00 p.m. Hor d’ourves and refreshments will be served.
PS4RS, with more than 5,000 members nationwide, has lent its endorsement to candidates Mark S. Connolly, Barbara Doran and Anthony P. Lubrano for the upcoming Board of Trustees election. Lubrano and Connolly will both be in attendance.
“Central Pennsylvania, with its large contingent of alumni, is considered key in our efforts to help elect Trustees who will promote meaningful change,” said Jeff Goldsmith of Lower Paxton Township. “The Board of Trustees is charged with oversight of the management and operation of Penn State,” said Goldsmith. “As evidenced by the events leading up to November 2011 and the actions since that time, it’s become clear that the Board of Trustees failed in its duties to the University, its students, faculty, and alumni, and the citizens of Pennsylvania. The capabilities of PS4RS are expanding quickly through the expertise and volunteerism of alumni nationwide who, like myself, feel an undeniable responsibility to support and improve the Penn State community.”