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Horticulture Club Donates $425 to ‘Relay for Life’


Horticulture Club makes 'Relay' donation Penn College’s Horticulture Club has donated $425 to the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life” effort. The student organization based at the Schneebeli Earth Science Center and advised by horticulture faculty member Carl J. Bower sold individual flowers and 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 Vanessa R. Atherton, a floral design/interior plantscape major from Middletown.

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