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Penn College Ski and Snowboard Club members, along with faculty adviser Steven J. Moff (second from left) enjoy winter fun at Killington. Student leaders of the campus organization include Gabriel J. Perl, president (front and center in rust jacket); board member Emily R. Sillaman (to his left); and treasurer Jack H. Farrar (back row, beneath the directional signs).
Penn College Ski and Snowboard Club members, along with faculty adviser Steven J. Moff (second from left) enjoy winter fun at Killington. Student leaders of the campus organization include Gabriel J. Perl, president (front and center in rust jacket); board member Emily R. Sillaman (to his left); and treasurer Jack H. Farrar (back row, beneath the directional signs).
The lift ride provides a breathtaking view of scenic surroundings.
The lift ride provides a breathtaking view of scenic surroundings.

The Penn College Ski and Snowboard Club took a weekend trip to Killington Resort in Vermont. Sixteen students, plus adviser Steven J. Moff, professor of business administration: management and marketing, made the trip to “The Beast of the East” from Feb. 7-10, making the most of the resort’s 92 miles of snow sports terrain. The club brings together students who are interested in snow sports, regularly traveling to local mountains and instructing new members. The organization strives to create an environment where students can learn a skill that will enrich their lives.
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