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HVAC students help ‘Cinderella’ prep for big dance


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From left are Klose, Gaffney, YWCA boutique manager Kahlie DeHotman and Keiser.
From left are Klose, Gaffney, YWCA boutique manager Kahlie DeHotman and Keiser.
Making quick work of a drapery job
Making quick work of a drapery job

Students from Penn College’s School of Construction & Design Technologies – all members of the campus chapter of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America – once again lent their skills to “Cinderella’s Closet,” which offered a donated selection of very affordable prom gowns, shoes and accessories to high school juniors and seniors. Helping with dressing booths for the March 23-24 event at the YWCA Northcentral PA were Alex A. Klose, of Bethlehem, and Griffin L. Keiser, of Lewisburg, both enrolled in heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology, and Patrick C. Gaffney, of Plymouth Meeting, an HVAC technology major.
Photos by Carol A. Lugg, dean of construction and design technologies

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