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Local First-Graders Visit Graphic Communications Labs

Children watch a Penn College student screen-print a design onto their T-shirts Lyter Elementary School students examine printing equipment in the ATHS First-graders from Lyter Elementary School in Montoursville visited Penn College’s graphic communications facilities this week, where, with the help of members of the Gamma Epsilon Tau graphic arts fraternity, they learned about how things are printed. Each child brought a T-shirt to screen-print, produced a bookmark, colored several pictures of Ben Franklin and toured the graphic communications labs. Photos by Phillip C. Warner, student writer/photographer

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