Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

Dance-a-Thon Raises Nearly $1,700 for Cancer Society


Top fund-raiser Collin A. Zimmerman RHA President Bridget M. McCall among tireless dancers Line-dancing instructor puts group through its paces Energetic moves and altruistic spirit meet at Dance-a-Thon It was a long, but successful night for the Penn College Dance-a-Thon, which raised a total of $1,698.36 for the American Cancer Society. Three student organizations the Student Government Association, Residence Hall Association and Wildcat Events Board sponsored the 12-hour “Dance for Hope” that began at 6 p.m. Friday. Twenty-six dancers lasted throughout the evening, as well as 12 visitors and part-time participants. Collin A. Zimmerman raised the most money ($201), and PC Alliance was the top fund-raiser among student organizations ($672.50). The Student Activities Office thanks the organizers and the college community for its support, and looks forward to another successful event next year! Photos by Amanda M. Williamson, casual part-time student photographer

Related Stories

Events
‘Closer to Home’ series to reopen CAC stage
Read more
Ana Coste pins gold bars onto the uniform of her son, Andrew Placencia, of Reading, during his commissioning as an Army second lieutenant in a Dec. 12 ceremony at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Events
Graduating automotive major commissioned as Army officer
Read more
Events
Online exhibit highlights globally inspired architectural designs
Read more