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Campers Enjoy Midweek Rendition of ‘Take Me Out to The Gallery’


Penny G. Lutz, Madigan Library gallery assistant, welcomes young visitors to the exhibit.
Penny G. Lutz, Madigan Library gallery assistant, welcomes young visitors to the exhibit.
Gallery patrons look through a camera far older than their combined years.
Gallery patrons look through a camera far older than their combined years.
Art devotees absorb the work on display.
Art devotees absorb the work on display.
Campers fill out a scavenger hunt developed for the exhibit ...
Campers fill out a scavenger hunt developed for the exhibit …
... scouring the images and captions to aid in their quest.
… scouring the images and captions to aid in their quest.

The young men and women of Penn College’s Camp ESCAPE, a summer adventure that ends all too soon, wound down the season with a visit to The Gallery at Penn College on Wednesday. The campers enjoyed all aspects of “In the Field of Play: The Little League Baseball World Series through the lens of Putsee Vannucci,” on exhibit through Aug. 30: historic images from a legendary photographer, vintage camera equipment, and baseball cookies and popcorn they received before heading back to the Field House.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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