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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Seasonal Readings On WESB LiveLine Program


BRADFORD, Pa. — For the 17th consecutive year, the Friends of Hanley Library at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will present its annual “Seasonal Readings” on WESB’s LiveLine program.

The show, which can be heard at 1490 AM, will be broadcast at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9.

Dr. Don Ulin, associate professor of English, will read Christmas poems, along with other traditional works associated with the season.

According to Roger Peters, chairperson of the Friends’ program committee, “The Friends are grateful to Dr. Ulin for bringing this wonderful holiday tradition to our region each December. We always look forward to hearing his selections. We also appreciate that WESB’s LiveLine format allows the Friends to reach many listeners in their homes and places of work.”

The annual holiday radio program was created by the late Dr. Robert Laing, professor emeritus at Pitt-Bradford and a board member of the Friends of Hanley Library. The group was founded in 1990 to strengthen relations between the community and Pitt-Bradford’s Hanley Library. The Friends also acquaint area residents with what the library has to offer by sponsoring cultural and educational programs, usually related to books and their authors.

CDs of Laing reading Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” are available for purchase at The Panther Shop on campus. Proceeds benefit the Friends.

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