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Homecoming Candidates Attract Nearly $900 in Scholarship Donations


Chi Phi fraternity brothers, with their 'Stand Still' float and Erin Datteri, assistant director of student activities for Greek life and leadership Nearly $900 for student scholarships was raised by the Homecoming Court leading up to this past weekend, a campuswide celebration that was enjoyed by hundreds of people from the Penn College community. In addition to the Door-Decorating Contest and the crowning of the king and queen both of which are covered elsewhere on PCToday the winners of several contests and raffles have been announced. First place in the “Stand Still” Float-Decorating Contest went to Chi Phi fraternity, followed by the Wildcat Events Board, second; and the Architecture Club, third. The contest, in which student organizations were encouraged to construct an immobile “float” for display on the soccer field, replaced past years’ Homecoming Banner Contest. The top three fundraisers in the king and queen balloting, which collected a total of $881.33 for the Student Scholarship Fund, were the Penn College Construction Association, first; the Architecture Club, second;and the Early Educators Club, third. In the Homecoming Raffle, Shane MacCary was the grand-prize winner of an LCD HD-TV, David Gamola won lunch for two at Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, Hanna Fisher won a $25 College Store gift card, and Amy Spect won a large pizza from Dining Services.
Photo by Cindy Davis Meixel, photo editor

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