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Penn State Fayette hosts second annual Benefit Fayette fundraiser

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, will host the second annual Benefit Fayette fundraiser event at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, in the Community Center on campus.
Charles Patrick, Lori Omatick, Jodi Santella Hardy, and Joe Hardy

Fundraiser nets nearly $200,000 in scholarship funds for Penn State Fayette

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus raised approximately $197,000 for scholarships at the inaugural Benefit Fayette, held on Saturday, Oct. 15. The evening’s highlight was the announcement of a $100,000 gift from Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and 84 Lumber founder Joe Hardy in honor of his wife, Jodi, a 1998 nursing graduate of the Fayette campus.

Charles Patrick, Lori Omatick, Jodi Santella Hardy, and Joe Hardy

Benefit Fayette

At the Oct. 15 Benefit Fayette, which raised nearly $200,000, it was announced that Joe Hardy, right, had made a $100,000 donation to form the Jodi Santella Hardy Trustee Scholarship in honor of his wife, a nursing alumna of Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus. They were joined by, from left, Penn State Fayette’s Charles Patrick, chancellor and chief academic officer, and Lori Omatick, director of development. 

From left, Dr. Charles Patrick, Lori Omatick, Jodi Santella Hardy, and Joe Hardy

Fundraiser nets nearly $200,000 in scholarship funds for Penn State Fayette

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus raised approximately $197,000 for scholarships at the inaugural Benefit Fayette, held Saturday, Oct. 15. The evening’s highlight was the announcement of a $100,000 gift from Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and 84 Lumber founder Joe Hardy in honor of his wife, Jodi, a 1998 nursing graduate of the Fayette campus.