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‘Why I Do What I Do’ With Dr. Anthony Leach

Are you interested in learning more about how to figure out what to do with your life? Want to make sure your work makes an impact? Has meaning? This is for you! Join us at the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center in the Memorial Lounge at 7:00 p.m with light refreshments following.

Essence of Joy Choir Director, Anthony Leach PhD, will engage us as he shares stories of call for the fall 2016 “Why I Do What I Do” discernPSU series at Penn State’s University Park campus on Wednesday, October 26.

Dr. Leach is a beloved choir director and professor of music and music education at Penn State. He conducts the Essence of Joy Alumni Singers and Essence 2, a community choir in State College, Pennsylvania. He is also an artist-in-residence at New Bethel Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.

Previous speakers include Dr. Susan Russell, Dr. Christian Brady, Mike “the Mailman” Herr, and Russ Rose. These events are co-sponsored by Lutheran Campus Ministry and Westminster Presbyterian Fellowship at Penn State.

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