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2011 Pennsylvania Farm Show

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s crowd-pleasing presence at the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg got off to an auspicious start on Jan. 8, as a popular hands-on activity, savory smells and tastes from School of Hospitality students and faculty, and a visit from the always-in-demand Wildcat mascot set the stage for the week to come. Representatives of the Admissions and Alumni Relations offices, as well as rotating displays by all of the college’s eight academic schools, carried the “degrees that work” message in a variety of activities through Jan. 15.

— Photos by Tom Wilson, news bureau writer/editor; Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist;
and Dennis L. Correll, associate dean for admissions and financial aid

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