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College Family’s Generosity Evident in ‘Giving Tree’ Bounty


A teddy bear's Spongebob Squarepants hat peers above a tableful of gifts, awaiting transport to needy local youngsters Sara R. Hillis, assistant director of student activities for student services and involvement (in red), joins Children and Youth Services in shuttling gift bags from the Bush Campus Center Hundreds of area children to benefit from Penn College's giving spiritMembers of the Penn College community quickly and benevolently responded to Student Activities’ “Giving Tree” this season, filling a Campus Center workroom with presents destined for more than 200 clients of Lycoming County Children and Youth Services. Agency representatives and Student Activities personnel helped ferry the first load of gifts to a waiting truck Friday morning, offering a very visible reminder of the selflessness of employees and students.

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