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Greeks Honor Military Service in Local Veterans Day Parade


Phi Mu Delta brothers fill a float during Saturday's Veterans Day Parade ...
Phi Mu Delta brothers fill a float during Saturday’s Veterans Day Parade …
... hanging banners that collegially represent all of Greek Life on campus.
… hanging banners that collegially represent all of Greek Life on campus.

Penn College’s Phi Mu Delta fraternity participated in Saturday’s Veterans Day Parade in South Williamsport, honoring the nation’s military personnel past and present. More than 25 participants from the chapter spent the afternoon handing out candy and beads, spreading cheer and singing songs from their homemade float on a General Services-provided trailer. With help from Andrea L. Mull, horticulturist/grounds and motorpool supervisor, Phi Mu Delta was able to fashion a parade entry showing their support for servicemen and women, as well as representing Greek Life at Penn College. “Andrea was a huge help and a pleasure to work with throughout the process of getting the trailer for the float we made,” said Jacob M. Pusateri, of Port Matilda, a pre-nursing major and service chair for Phi Mu Delta. “Without her help, the parade would not have been as much of a success for Greek Life as it was. We thank her dearly and will definitely look forward to working with her in the future.”
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