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Horticulture Club Tops $1,000 in ‘Relay’ Contributions

Horticulture Club adds to 'Relay' support Penn College’s Horticulture Club has donated another $350 to the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life effort, bringing to $1,075 the amount contributed by the student organization over the past three years. Based at the Schneebeli Earth Science Center and advised by horticulture instructor Carl J. Bower, the group donated $5 from each floral arrangement sold during a recent Breast Cancer Awareness observance. “We’re very grateful for the continued support from the Horticulture Club,” said Information Technology Services’ Kathleen A. Kelsey, coordinator of the college Relay for Life team, accepting the check from club President Dean A. Dietrich, of Lenhartsville, majoring in ornamental horticulture: landscape technology emphasis.

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