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Faculty/Staff Add to Saturday’s ‘Fun in the Sun’

Tom Livingstone helpfully guides a hammer-wielding youngster as he letter-stamps his name onto a metal ID tag.
Tom Livingstone helpfully guides a hammer-wielding youngster as he letter-stamps his name onto a metal ID tag.
Coloring books, bracelets and Little League pins were among the items distributed at the college's display tables, where Career Services' Dana R. Suter interacted with families.
Coloring books, bracelets and Little League pins were among the items distributed at the college’s display tables, where Career Services’ Dana R. Suter interacted with families.
Jessica L. Bower (right) helps a young visitor bandage a child mannequin, which she also used to show boys and girls how to feel their pulse.
Jessica L. Bower (right) helps a young visitor bandage a child mannequin, which she also used to show boys and girls how to feel their pulse.

Penn College faculty and staff were among exhibitors at the Williamsport Business Association’s “Fun in the Sun Day” on Saturday. Jessica L. Bower, simulation laboratory coordinator for nursing education; Tom Livingstone, associate professor of machine tool technology and automated manufacturing; and Dana R. Suter, coordinator of part-time student employment and career programs, offered hands-on activities and giveaways at Brandon Park to acquaint families with the college’s “degrees that work.”

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