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Employee-Focused Centennial Event Returns in Year No. 101

On what was likely the hottest day of spring, the picnic tent offers welcome shade.
On what was likely the hottest day of spring, the picnic tent offers welcome shade.
Crissy L. McGinniss, director of dining services, doubles as bingo caller.
Crissy L. McGinniss, director of dining services, doubles as bingo caller.
Alumnus George E. Logue III serves up succulent pulled pork and citrus chicken
Alumnus George E. Logue III serves up succulent pulled pork and citrus chicken.
Friendly competitions include volleyball in a summery sand pit ...
Friendly competitions include volleyball in a summery sand pit …
... and a few rounds of Wildcat Corn Hole, here played by teammates Barry L. Loner, facilities supervisor, and Brenda A. Wiegand, internal facilities coordinator.
… and a few rounds of Wildcat Corn Hole, here played by teammates Barry L. Loner, facilities supervisor, and Brenda A. Wiegand, internal facilities coordinator.

An end-of-semester employee picnic, held for a second year due to its popularity during Penn College’s 2014 Centennial, was held in and around the Field House on Friday. Co-workers formed teams for a variety of competitive (and a number of less-cutthroat) games, retirees returned, sunshine and good company prevailed, raffles tempted prize-hunters, and alumnus George E. Logue III served phenomenal fare from his Acme Barbecue takeout and catering restaurant.