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Faculty Member Helps Center’s Youngsters Observe ‘Pony Day’

Faculty member helps youngsters observe 'Pony Day' Helping celebrate “Pony Day” at Penn College’s Children’s Learning Center on Monday wereRichard K. Hendricks (instructor of machine tool technology/automated manufacturing in the School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies) and his wife, Laurie, who brought their pony, Giddyup, to campus to offer rides to the center’s preschool children.Joining the couple are their daughters,Maddie (on the pony) and Katie, both “alums” of the center. Photo by Regina G. Andes, group leader at the Children’s Learning Center

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