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College Committee Sagely Advises Co-Workers: ‘Take a Hike’


The Wildcat Walk forms near the registration table at Park Street and Hagan Way.
The Wildcat Walk forms near the registration table at Park Street and Hagan Way.
Helping to set the pace are, from left, Brenda A. Wiegand, secretary to the chief student affairs officer; Kimberly R. Cassel, director of student activities; Katie L. Mackey, coordinator of off-campus living and commuter services; and Gayle M. Kielwein, student activities accounting assistant.
Helping to set the pace are, from left, Brenda A. Wiegand, secretary to the chief student affairs officer; Kimberly R. Cassel, director of student activities; Katie L. Mackey, coordinator of off-campus living and commuter services; and Gayle M. Kielwein, student activities accounting assistant.
Helpful information and healthful displays empower participants to "walk the walk."
Helpful information and healthful displays empower participants to “walk the walk.”

The second annual Wildcat Walk, an initiative of Penn College’s Wellness Committee, stepped off at noon Wednesday outside the Madigan Library. In addition to highlighting the health benefits of a lunchtime hike across campus, the event offered maps of local walking routes, water bottles, information from Phoenix Physical Therapy and others, and a selection of footwear for a variety of recreational levels.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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