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Advancement VP Among ‘Celebrity Waiters’ for Benefit at Herdic House

Penn College’s vice president for institutional advancement will be among the community leaders taking part in the Peter Herdic House’s annual Celebrity Waiter Night to benefit the Northcentral Pennsylvania Conservancy. Barry R. Stiger and other local luminaries will stand in for the regular staff at the 407 W. Fourth St. restaurant on Friday, March 7, donating to the NPC any tips they earn. Dinner reservations are available by calling 570-322-0165.

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