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Horticulture Club Donates $300 to Relay for Life

Horticulture Club donates proceeds from floral sale to 'Relay' Penn College’s Horticulture Club, which regularly is involved in campus and community projects, has donated $300 to the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life effort. The student organization based in the School of Natural Resources Management and advised by horticulture faculty member Carl J. Bower contributed $5 from each floral arrangement sold during a recent Breast Cancer Awareness observance. Information Technology Services’ Kathleen A. Kelsey, coordinator of Penn College’s Relay for Life team, left, accepts a check from club President Melissa D. Berrier, a landscape/nursery technology major from Mifflin.

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