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Local Schoolchildren Get Hands-On Lab Experience


Designing a colorful T-shirt A young visitor works with David L. Weaver, a graphic communications management student from Williamsport, on the screen-printing carousel Jody L. Fausey, pressroom production specialist (with Raymond J. Fischer, manager of document services, through the glass) demonstrates the Heidelberg Speedmaster offset press Getting a closer look Youngsters watch an offset duplicator in action About three dozen pupils from Lyter Elementary School in the Montoursville Area School District this week toured the GraphicCommunications areaof the Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center. The schoolchildren, mentored by Penn College students and employees, engaged in a number of hands-on activities while on the first floor of the building’s west wing. Photos by Jessica L. Tobias, student photographer

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