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Don’t put off until ‘tomorrow’ what you can learn today!

The first installment of Penn College’s My Tomorrow day camp (June 28 to July 1) provided middle-schoolers with a hands-on canvas on which to envision their own futures. The program, sponsored for the second year by the Soars Family, allowed students to explore any number of pathways – all of which lead to rewarding careers in fields that are never out of favor. Another session, equally popular given the sold-out registration, is set for July 12-15.

– Photos by Cindy Davis Meixel, writer/photo editor;
and Jennifer A. Cline, writer/magazine editor

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