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Fall EdPAC Desert Reception Recap
Thank you to those who joined us for a variety of sweet treats in support of public education the evening before the 2022 PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions. Those in attendance heard from Mr. Berwood Yost, director of Franklin & Marshall’s Center for Opinion Research, about the outlook on the state and federal political races leading up to November’s election.
Thanks again to our event sponsors:
Mrs. James & Kathy Swope
and Mrs. Nathan & Stacey Mains
Attorney Kenneth Roos, Wisler Pearlstine, LLP
Attorney Michael Levin, Levin Legal Group
EdPAC Mini Golf Results
A featured highlight in the exhibit hall at the 2022 PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference was the EdPAC mini golf course. The nine-hole course was designed and constructed by PSBA Alliance Partners. For a $5 donation, conference attendees putted their way through the course while admiring each creatively designed hole, laughing with their peers and networking with their new friends. Also, putters voted for their favorite hole design. At the conclusion of the conference, a trophy for the Mini Golf Putting Champion was awarded to Liz Dauberman for the best score and DRAW Collective Architecture received the “Hole in Won” trophy for best design. Thank you to all the hole designers and conference attendees for participating in the first mini golf challenge!
Pictured on the left is Liz Dauberman and on the right is DRAW Collective Architecture employees Dan Engen, principal/president and Dan Skrabski, business development manager.
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