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Little Leaguers enjoy food, fellowship on eve of Series play

LLWS logoWith convenient proximity to the start of Wednesday’s Grand Slam Parade route, and historic community ties to Little League Baseball, Pennsylvania College of Technology warmly welcomed visitors to the 73rd annual Little League Baseball World Series (Aug. 15-25). For the 11th year, the college hosted a Wednesday picnic for players, coaches, team “uncles,” umpires and officials outside the Bush Campus Center; students and employees also participated in the evening’s parade through Williamsport, for which five-time Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson served as grand marshal.

– Photos by Tom Wilson, writer-editor/PCToday;
Tim Wegman, student photographer;
Kimberlee R. Rusczyk, manager of social media/online marketing;
and Tom Speicher, writer/video producer

 

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