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Award-winning Wildcats don’t rest on community-service laurels


Golf, softball and men’s soccer student-athletes line up outside the library's Welch family wing.
Golf, softball and men’s soccer student-athletes line up outside the library’s Welch family wing.
Golf and softball student-athletes move boxed books from dolly cart to flatbed trailer.
Golf and softball student-athletes move boxed books from dolly cart to flatbed trailer.
Wrestlers gather at the entrance to Pine Street United Methodist Church in downtown Williamsport, site of the weekend book sale.
Wrestlers gather at the entrance to Pine Street United Methodist Church in downtown Williamsport, site of the weekend book sale.

For the second consecutive year, Penn College student-athletes helped the Friends of the James V. Brown Library prepare for their annual Fall Book Sale. Wildcat wrestlers, golfers, softball players and men’s soccer teammates aided in loading, moving and unloading over 600 boxes of books from the third floor of the library to Pine Street United Methodist Church three blocks to the west. The sale is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21. Wildcat student-athletes won the North Eastern Athletic Conference’s Senior Woman Administrators’ Cup for community service over the summer.
Photos and information provided by Tom Zimmerman, associate professor of psychology,
faculty athletics representative and adviser to the Chi Alpha Sigma honor society

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