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Donkey Basketball Raises Money for Student Legacy Fund

Student Government Association President James Riedel encourages his trusty steed. The crowd gets animated during a T-shirt toss. Setting up for a two-pointerPenn College students and employees celebrated homecoming and supported a new scholarship fund at a donkey basketball game Thursday. All money raised from ticket sales went directly into the new Student Legacy Fund, which will serve as a scholarship program for student leaders at Penn College. This is the first student-established and student-run endowment program on campus. If you were unable to make it to the game but would like to support the Student Legacy Fund, send your gift, along with a note designating it for the the Student Legacy Fund, to the Annual Fund Office at DIF 65. The event was sponsored by the Student Government Association and Student Activities Office.

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