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Employees Share Knoebels Memories

Payton Hammaker and friend enjoy a Knoebels train rideIt was all smiles at the traditional all-college picnic at Knoebels Amusement Resort in Elysburg, an opportunity for Penn College faculty and staff to unwind at the end of another academic year. Over the past week or so, at PCToday’s invitation, several members of the college community submitted some instant memories from their recent day at the popular park, where the camaraderie of co-workers and fun with family and friends clearly trumped the occasional rainclouds.

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