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Busy ‘Bee’ Helps Dad’s College Co-Workers Raise Flag


Young Wade Smith lends a helping hand to two of his father's General Services co-workers: Dale E. Henne (left) and Thomas A. Linn.
Young Wade Smith lends a helping hand to two of his father’s General Services co-workers: Dale E. Henne (left) and Thomas A. Linn.

As they enjoyed the fine fall weather around campus Thursday morning, the Bees – young toddlers at Penn College’s Dunham Children’s Learning Center – were drawn to watching General Services staff at various tasks. So drawn, in fact, that Wade Smith (whose father, Shawn T., is a General Services electrician at the college) wanted to pitch in. An obliging pair of employees offered him that opportunity, letting him help raise a flag outside the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center.
Photo by Leah R. Tressler, group leader, Children’s Learning Center

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