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Children’s Learning Center ‘Bunnies’ Tour Welding Lab


Penn College’s Children’s Learning Center “Bunnies” toured the welding laboratory in the School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies on Wednesday, guided by a student whose daughter is in the group. Aaron P. Gimbel, a welding and fabrication engineering technology major from Tamaqua, showed the children the tools and equipment he uses in his courses. Leah R. Tressler, a group leader at the learning center, documented the journey which reportedly resulted in some “priceless” re-enactments of a lab robot once the children returned to the Bush Campus Center for naptime:

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