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Health Sciences’ 5K Moves Scholarship Closer to Endowment


Ashkei Bower, a 2009 dental hygiene alumna; April Manley, a 1990 dental hygiene graduate, Amber L. March, a dental hygiene student, and Aimee Dreese pose with a young fan prior to the race start Emily B. Miller, instructor of fitness and lifetime sports/physical fitness, reviews details with participants The runners head off The gentle warmth of Saturday morning's sunlight couples with a scenic campus backdrop Miller checks the finish time of a conquering runnerPenn College’s School of Health Sciences hosted its fourth 5K Walk/Run on Saturday to support a scholarship for students in the college’s health sciences majors. Net proceeds from the race support the School of Health Sciences Endowed Scholarship Fund, with the goal of building the fund to an endowment of at least $25,000, after which it will become a permanent source of scholarship awards.

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