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Friday Morning WNEP Broadcast Originates Outside Community Arts Center


Rob Steele, executive director of the Community Arts Center, is interviewed by Ryan Leckey outside City Hall Downtown Williamsport turns out to welcome WNEP's Morning Team Joe Snedeker (in cap) temporarily joins the Curtin Middle School Choir A Soap Box Derby run, photographed from the CAC's perfect overhead vantage A videographer captures the crowd during a performance by the Uptown Music CollectiveThe WNEP morning team – Mindi Ramsey, Tom Williams, Joe Snedeker and Ryan Leckey – broadcast live from downtown Williamsport on Friday morning. Activities included an on-air interview with Community Arts Center executive director Rob Steele; performances by the Uptown Music Collective, Johnny J. Blair, the Curtin Middle School Choir and the Repasz Band (the members of which include Penn College’s Shelley A. Reynolds, procurement services specialist, on French horn; and Kent B. Bunting, assistant professor of English-composition, on baritone); cooking demonstrations by a number of local restaurants; a Soap Box Derby race down West Fourth Street between Snedeker and Big Brothers/Big Sisters; and a Zumba exercise segment with the Williamsport YMCA.
Photos by Carla Fisher, Community Arts Center marketing manager

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