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Derby-Bound Students Appear on WBRE’s Morning Newscast


Hospitality students rise and shine on morning newscast.
Hospitality students rise and shine on morning newscast.

Five School of Hospitality students, part of a Penn College group traveling to the Kentucky Derby in coming weeks, appeared on WBRE Eyewitness News Daybreak on Tuesday morning. Joining Layne E. Eggers, the school’s assistant dean, were Brianna R. Helmick, of Hershey; Robin K. Morrison, of Lock Haven; Amy E. Lynn, of Bloomsburg; Samantha-Jo M. Bradley, of Middlebury Center; and Eileen N. Harrington, of Springfield, Va.

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