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Fraternity Members Clear Sidewalks in ‘Operation Snowflake’

Lee D. Michels, of Mason Neck, Va., left, and Frank W. Meise Jr., of Orrstown, make quick work of the overnight snowfall Andrew J. Del Grosso, of Branchburg, N.J., combines fun and work Civic-minded fraternity brothers blaze a trail Members of the Sigma Nu fraternity at Penn College participated in the Student Activities Office’s Operation Snowflake program Wednesday. Throughout the winter, explained Michael J. Hersh. assistant director of student activities for programming, student groups register as weekly sponsors in the program. If it snows more than 2 inches during their organization’s designated week, members go out to shovel for elderly alumni who live in the community and who registered to be on the shoveling list. Photos by Andrew T. “Drew” Koskie, Sigma Nu

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