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ASHRAE Chapter Cleans Up Adopted Section of Highway


ASHRAE chapter cleans up Route 15 Adopt-a-Highway sign points to students' community service Taking in the view Five student members of Penn College’s American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers chapter recently cleaned up the organization’s adopted 2-mile portion of Route 15 near Trout Run. Students participating in the cleanup were Nicholas A. Clark, Matthew J. Kinneman, Matthew P. Robinson, George R. Urschel and Michael L. Way. Following the litter pickup, the group explored the Rock Run area. Photos provided by Thomas E. Ask, chapter adviser and associate professor of HVAC technology/mechanical refrigeration and design

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