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Caring co-workers give of themselves


Stephanie A. Campbell, acquisitions and outreach specialist at Madigan Library, scrubs a staircase.
Stephanie A. Campbell, acquisitions and outreach specialist at Madigan Library, scrubs a staircase.
General Services' Josh J. Wrench (in green shirt), associate director of project management, and Jamie L. Plocinski (standing), facilities service assistant, make friends at mealtime.
General Services’ Josh J. Wrench (in green shirt), associate director of project management, and Jamie L. Plocinski (standing), facilities service assistant, make friends at mealtime.
Benevolence times 12, on behalf of the greater college community
Benevolence times 12, on behalf of the greater college community
Wearing her "Penn College Pride," Brigette M. Cleary, secretary to the dean of business and hospitality, talks with a diner.
Wearing her “Penn College Pride,” Brigette M. Cleary, secretary to the dean of business and hospitality, talks with a diner.
Nourishing plates are brought to the table by Timothy O. Rissell, executive director of General Services – honoring the "service" portion of his job title.
Nourishing plates are brought to the table by Timothy O. Rissell, executive director of General Services – honoring the “service” portion of his job title.

As part of a Giving Tuesday collaboration with Lycoming County United Way, a dozen Penn College employees spent part of the afternoon cleaning Sojourner Truth Ministries and serving hot meals to those in need. LCUW organized several projects throughout the community in conjunction with the national observance, a time for charitable contributions on the heels of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. Supplementing the volunteer outreach, the college’s Human Resources Office collected gloves, socks and personal care items for donation to the 501 High St. facility.
Photos provided by Mattie L. Pulizzi, human resources specialist: development and compliance

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