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Community-Minded Lady Wildcats Off-Field Winners, Too


Lady Wildcats serve their community
Lady Wildcats serve their community

Seven members of the Penn College softball team, representing the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, recently participated in a community-service project at Christ Episcopal Church in Williamsport. The girls helped active church members with their monthly soup kitchen and assisted in food preparation, setup, serving and cleanup. From left are Katie L. Kratzer, of Selinsgrove,  a pre-radiography major; Christina J. Mignot, Hughesville, advertising art; Delaney W. Blubaugh, Waynesboro, baking and pastry arts; Stephanie N. Keifrider, Douglassville, legal assistant/paralegal; Lacy M. Lose, Avis, applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration; and Lindsey R. Anderson, Heber Springs, Ark., welding and fabrication engineering technology. (Samantha D. Hill, a general studies major from Montgomery, is not pictured.) “This was such a rewarding experience,” Lose said. “This is definitely something we look forward to doing in the future.”
Photo provided by Christ Episcopal Church

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