Firehouse Footgear Challenge

May 4th thru July 15th

Fire Departments across the state have had their funding impacted by COVID-19 restrictions cancelling so many critical fundraisers. We want to do something to help the departments in the 15 counties of the 12th Congressional District. We are organizing a shoe drive fundraiser as a district-wide challenge.

Liz Terwilliger for Congress is providing supplies to departments, promoting the drive, collecting bags of shoes at the end of the drive, coordinating the shipping of collected shoes and distributing proceeds to each participating fire department.

Participating Fire Departments will collect shoes at their fire house, promote the shoe drive, store bags of shoes collected in a dry place out of the weather.

Departments will receive 100% of the funds raised for the shoes they collect. The more a Department collects, the more money they’ll raise.

As an added incentive, the Fire Department that collects the most shoes will get their name on the Firehouse Footgear Challenge Plaque (donated by Woodland Art) and will possess the plaque until next year’s drive.

Shoes have to be clean and gently used or new.

Liz Terwilliger is partnering with Funds2Orgs. They are paying for the shoes collected, by the pound. They are supplying collection bags that hold approximately 25 pairs of shoes. Each bag is worth approximately $10 in proceeds. Shipping will be FREE if we collect 100 bags of shoes combined from all participating departments.

Here’s the form to use if your Fire Department would like to join us: https://forms.gle/d6HMLGUtRRxBBkrM8

If you want to help with this drive, complete this Volunteer form, be sure to tell us you want to help with this drive.

What We Need: Community Mental Health Forum

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

The Break Room is a place built for therapeutic stress release.

Join us for a community discussion about “what we need” for Mental Health Awareness Month hosted by The Break Room of Williamsport!

Share your concerns and ideas for improving mental health and mental health supports in our community.

This event is envisioned as a combination in person and virtual group discussion.

The Break Room will be open for smash therapy during the forum and after for those who wish to try it out. (Smash therapy pricing per The Break Room)

This event is FREE!

Please register using this form – if you are joining us virtually, we will email you the meeting info. https://forms.gle/tzzATMSmFEAd4WhQ7

Meet Up at Irving’s (State College, PA)

Thursday, April 22, Liz Terwilliger will be at Irving’s Bagels in State College, PA.

Drop by for 5 minutes or stay and have lunch! Either way, come meet up with Liz Terwilliger, Libertarian candidate for US House of Representatives from PA’s 12th Congressional District (2022) to share your ideas, concerns and priorities.

Liz will also share information on her campaign to bring transparency and engagement to the People of Pennsylvania’s 12th District.

Meet Up at Irving’s

Thursday, April 22nd 11:30am-1pm

110 E. College Ave, State College, PA 16801


RSVP even if you’re just stopping by! https://forms.gle/3C1QvEoQxkFQGqRp7

Get Together at the Park

April 24th, after our Clean Up project at the park, it will be nice to have some time to relax and get to know each other. You don’t have to come for the Clean Up to join the Meet Up!
Come meet Liz Terwilliger, Libertarian candidate for US House of Representatives (2022). Share some food and your thoughts/perspective on what’s important to you. Liz will be happy listen and to talk about her campaign to restore representation the people of the 12th District.
There is no cost to join us!
Light refreshments will be provided.

3pm Saturday April 24, 2021

Marysville Lions Club Park

Picnic Area by the Playground


RSVP here: https://forms.gle/MaV9oTW5bxZRkA7R9

Clean Up at Marysville Lions Club Park

Join us April 24th to Celebrate Earth Day and give back a little to the community by clearing brush and cleaning up litter around the pond at the Marysville Lions Club Park.
There will be 3 projects we’ll be working on at this event.
1. Clear vines and low vegetation that is crowding David’s Walk.
2. Trash cleanup on the bank.
3. Cutting the low scrub around the pond.
Bring work gloves, clippers or loppers and dress for the weather.
We’ll be meeting in the parking area on the south side of the pond at 10am and working until we’re done.

By the pond at Marysville Lions Club Park

102 Park Drive, Marysville, PA 17053

10a Saturday, April 24, 2021


RSVP to join us here: https://forms.gle/QjaGR5TZbHpCC61aA S

Meet & Greet at Marzoni’s

Join us April 18th for good food and stimulating conversation at Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Co in Selinsgrove!

Meet Liz Terwilliger who is seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for U.S. House of Representatives from PA’s 12th Congressional District. Share what’s important to you and find out where she stands on issues you care about.

Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Co.

834 N. Susquehanna Trail, Selinsgrove, PA

Sunday, April 18th 12:30pm-3:30pm

Please RSVP so we know who many to expect using this form https://forms.gle/iopQMVk76nW7Mvif8

Susquehanna River Clean Up Team

April 18th, for a #DayofService Liz Terwilliger will be leading a team for the Susquehanna River Cleanup Project’s Cleanup Event.

Join our team at the Sunbury Boat Launch at 8:30am on April 18th for this event! Complete this form to join us! https://forms.gle/yUcVeRgcjV943DZR6

Learn more about the event visit the Susquehanna River Cleanup Project’s event
https://www.facebook.com/events/458869798865727/
Sign up with our team thru the ticketing link or here

Salt Springs Clean Up Team

Salt springs state park montrose pa susquehanna county

Join us Saturday, April 17th at 9am, as we join Friends of Salt Springs Park to Clean Up the Park! Salt Springs State Park is a beautiful park north of Montrose in Susquehanna County, PA.

Friends of Salt Springs will provide food, beverages, and a T-shirt to all who come out and help with annual chores like:–Rake lawns and flowerbeds–Paint signs–Split, haul, and stack firewood–Dig out fire pits–Scrub picnic tables and interpretive signs–Pick up twigs, branches, stones, trash, flood debris from the campgrounds –Clean out the salt spring–Walk the trails and pick up and prune as needed–Clean up the vegetable garden–And, of course, “much more”! Visit their Facebook post for more information: Click Here

To join us, complete this form.

Rain Date! Hygiene Pop Up

Join us Sunday, April 25th as we distribute the personal care and hygiene items that we collected from community doantions during the March drive. We are holding this the event on our rain date, Sunday April 25th, due to forecasts of thunderstorms for 4/11. The pantry will be held at noon in the parking lot of Hughes Notary Service (706 S. Lehigh Ave, Sayre, PA).

We will be setting up tables with personal care items grouped by category. Each teenager and adult will be given a brown paper bag into which they will place the items of their choosing. This is 1st come first serve, beginning at Noon, not earlier. There will be a limit of 1 bag per person.

Thank you to all of the businesses and individuals who participated in our March Hygiene Drive! We had originally intended to pre-pack kits to distribute, but the donations we received are to varied to allow for that.

Hygiene Pop Up Pantry

The Liz Terwilliger for Congress Committee, with the help of area businesses collected personal hygiene products to aid the local community during the month of March. These products will be distributed this Sunday, April 11th at 12 pm at a ‘Pop-Up Pantry” event.

The pantry will be held in the parking lot of Hughes Notary Service (706 S. Lehigh Ave, Sayre, PA). Members of the Liz Terwilliger for Congress Committee will be on hand to direct visitors to park and fill a brown bag, provided, with free personal care products. In the event of rain, the event will be will postponed until Sunday April 25th.

The Committee will distribute donations collected from bins that had been set up throughout the area. These are critically needed items that will be useful to local families that need them. “It is easy to forget that personal care items are a luxury to individuals and families in difficult financial times like these,” explained Liz Terwilliger. “To address this need, we partnered with local businesses to allow people to donate shampoo, shaving cream, tissues, tampons and other personal products.”

Liz and team are thrilled at the support received by the businesses and shoppers who helped. Liz said, “I’d like to send a big Thank you to all of the businesses and individuals who participated in our March Hygiene Drive! We had originally intended to pre-pack kits to distribute, but the donations we received are too varied to allow for that, so we will be sorting donations according to type, for example shampoo, soaps, feminine hygiene products, etc.”

Items will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, one bag per person. Weather permitting, visitors are advised to come at noon if possible. Learn about volunteering for future community events here: https://tinyurl.com/p2rhjv9h

Liz Terwilliger is running for Congress in the 15 counties of the 12th District. As a Libertarian, Liz emphasizes the importance of personal initiative and individual action. This Personal Care and Hygiene Drive is an example of this philosophy