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Hughesville Cub Scouts Visit Penn College Labs

Joined by supportive adults and helpful Penn College students, Cub Scouts show off birdhouses assembled in the Carl Building Technologies Center Scouts get a hands-on look at thermoforming equipmentHughesville Cub Scout Pack 80 recently visited Penn College, addressing various topics including conservation, art, the environment, crafts and science as they continue their strides toward becoming Boy Scouts. “It was an incredible night in both the plastics labs and the construction labs,” said Carl J. Shaner, college health services director and a member of the troop’s Parent Committee. “Several of the Scouts are already thinking this is where they want to attend college.”

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