100 Years Young: A Look at the First Half of the Centennial Celebration

Students gather in Bardo Gym for a concert by Grammy-winning quintet Switchfoot.

Winfield Tannehill, '57, and his wife, Dorothy, peek through one of the vintage cars on display in conjunction with the Automotive Centennial.

Actor and television producer/host John Ratzenberger helps to kick off the celebration with presentations for students and employees.

Penn College’s 100th birthday has brought with it events for the entire community: From colloquia to concerts and car shows, a photo essay in the Fall 2014 One College Avenue relives the Centennial celebration … so far. Visit the full photo essay.

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100 years and going strong . . . .so glad I’ve been part of the college since I first came to WACC as a student in 1971, and to Penn College as a student in 1997 and as a happy part of the Penn College employee family in 1999. Here’s wishing the next 100 years is just as successful!

Posted by Mary Jane Baier at August 13, 2014 at 9:18 am

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