LOCAL BRIEFS

The limits of politics

LOCK HAVEN — Is our country so divided that we’ve reached the limit of what can be done politically? Can political solutions still be reached, or is democratic consensus a myth?

Next Thursday, Jeff Deist will explore how markets and civil society can solve problems when the political process fails in a lecture entitled “The Limits of Politics: Free Markets, Peace, & Voluntarism.” Deist is the president of the Mises Institute and formerly worked as a longtime advisor and chief of staff to Congressman Ron Paul.

The lecture is slated for 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 10 in the Student PUB Room 2, Lock Haven University. For more information, contact Nathan Kreider at nak6219@lhup.edu.

Youth raffle ticket returns

LOCK HAVEN — It’s time to return raffle tickets for the Mill Hall Kiwanis youth raffle. The date to return tickets has changed and is now Nov. 10, as the fire hall will be closed for Veterans Day on the original date.

Participating organizations should return the sold ticket stubs, unsold tickets, and the completed letter with the tickets, by Thursday, Nov. 10 at the STEP Senior Community Center in the Mill Hall Fire Hall, open from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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