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Card-Decorating Winners Announced During Traditional Lighting


College President Davie Jane Gilmour and Student Government Association President Andrew S. Wisner Student Amber L. Geckle leads the crowd in song Michael J. Hersh, Student Activities' assistant director for programming Taking a look, under the lights The festive and creative holiday cards displayed along Penn College’s pedestrian mall were lighted in a traditional ceremony outside the ATHS on Wednesday night, and this year’s winners in the student and employee categories were announced. The Occupational Therapy Assistant Club claimed the top prize among student organizations: $200 for its club account. It was followed by Early Educators in second ($150) and the Society of Plastics Engineers, third ($100). In the employee category, first place went to Food Services, which will be treated to lunch at Le Jeune Chef for all decorating participants. Workforce Development & Continuing Education was second and Instructional Technology & Distance Learning took third; each of those offices wins breakfast at Le Jeune Chef. ( Photos by Stephanie A. Shutter, student photographer)

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