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College Holds Centennial Open House

Penn College welcomed prospective students, their families and friends, and its community neighbors to Fall Open House on Sunday. Helpful employees, students and alumni were on hand throughout the day to enable exploration of academic programs, student life, and the college’s campuses and facilities. The student-focused portion of the day was held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; free transportation was provided to and from the Schneebeli Earth Science Center near Allenwood and the Lumley Aviation Center in Montoursville. A Community Centennial Event, inviting the public to help celebrate 100 years of adult education, was from 2-4 p.m.

– Photos by Tom Wilson, writer-editor-PCToday; Abdullah H. Muaddi, student photographer;
Jennifer A. Cline, writer/editor-One College Avenue; Cletus G. Waldman, clinical director of radiography;
Pamela A. Mix, secretary to the ESC executive director and assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies;
Cindy Davis Meixel, writer/photo editor; and Jon W. Hart, instructor of building automation technologies/HVAC electrical

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