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LLC Crosses ‘Tractor Pull’ off Bucket List

Four members of Residence Life's Automotive LLC, still smiling on their 1 a.m. return from a Harrisburg adventure.
Four members of Residence Life’s Automotive LLC, still smiling on their 1 a.m. return from a Harrisburg adventure.

Members of Penn College’s Automotive Living-Learning Community attended the Keystone National Truck and Tractor Pull event at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg on Saturday. “Only one person had been to a similar event before, so, for the rest of us, it was a new experience,” said Eric D. Pruden, automotive instructor and LLC faculty liaison. “Lots of horsepower and driving skill was on display and not too much parts breakage. Everyone had a good time!” From left are applied management student Daniel W. DeShong, of Cochranville; and collision repair technology majors Christianna L. Andryski, of Harrisburg, Brittany A. Frey, of Forksville, and Genevieve M. Kelly, of Beverly, Massachusetts.
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