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Local First-Graders Visit Labs, School of Hospitality


With help from a Gamma Epsilon Tau member, a first-grader screen prints a 'Best Friends Forever' logo onto her shirt A child feels 'sticky back' as James P. Lentz, associate professor of printing and publishing technology, explains the material holds plates onto rollers in the college's flexographic printer A group gathers for a photo after making pretzels in a baking/pastry arts lab A first-grader enjoys a fresh-baked soft pretzel she and her classmates twisted Four first-grade classes from Lyter Elementary School in Montoursville visited labs at Penn College on March 23. The children enjoyed activities in graphic communications laboratories and in the School of Hospitality. They screen-printed T-shirts, twisted pretzels, learned to set tables and practice good table manners, and toured facilities.

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