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Donkey Basketball Adds More Than $550 to Legacy Fund


Enjoying the ride Timothy J. Mallery, assistant director of residence life, is a study in determination (and the art of gentle persuasion) Aaron D. Moyer, Student Government Association vice president of finance, has an eye on the ball - and one hand on the reins With ball in hand, student Melissa Berrier maneuvers her donkey toward the basket More than 100 people attended Thursday night’s Donkey Basketball game held in Bardo Gym to benefit the Student Leader Legacy Scholarship Fund. Through ticket sales and “donkey reservations,” more than $554 was raised for the student-leader scholarship program at Penn College. The fund also will get a boost at Saturday’s Homecoming Car Show from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in the parking lot behind the Athletic Field.
Photos by Stephanie A. Shutter, part-time student photographer

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