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Brandon M. Rehmann, a building construction technology from Potomac, Md., relishes the return on his charitable investment.
Brandon M. Rehmann, a building construction technology from Potomac, Md., relishes the return on his charitable investment.
Reasner is joined (from left) by his THON support team: students Rylee A. Butler, of Bellefonte, engineering design technology; Stephanie C. Myers, of Catawissa, culinary arts and systems; Morgan L. Royer, of Centre Hall, graphic design; Catherine M. Foust, of Williamsport, business administration-marketing concentration; and Magdalen C. Bennett, of Erie, culinary arts and systems.
Reasner is joined (from left) by his THON support team: students Rylee A. Butler, of Bellefonte, engineering design technology; Stephanie C. Myers, of Catawissa, culinary arts and systems; Morgan L. Royer, of Centre Hall, graphic design; Catherine M. Foust, of Williamsport, business administration-marketing concentration; and Magdalen C. Bennett, of Erie, culinary arts and systems.
For the kids ... from one dean to another! Reasner weathers a good-natured incursion by David R. Cotner, dean of industrial, computing and engineering technologies.
For the kids … from one dean to another! Reasner weathers a good-natured incursion by David R. Cotner, dean of industrial, computing and engineering technologies.

Brett A. Reasner, dean of transportation and natural resources technologies, magnanimously assumed the bull’s-eye position as Penn College Benefiting THON hosted a “Pie the Dean in the Face” fundraiser Tuesday evening. For a buck a toss on the campus mall, with proceeds going to the Four Diamonds Fund to fight pediatric cancer, customers could deliver a whipped-cream wallop to their sporting target.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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