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Lycoming Engines’ Donation Spotlighted in WNEP Broadcast


WNEP visits AVCNewswatch 16’s Nikki Krize visited the Lumley Aviation Center on Tuesday afternoon for a story about Lycoming Engines’ recent donation of 15 aircraft engines to benefit Penn College aviation students. Krize interviewed Walter V. Gower, assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies, and Christopher M. Gayman, Lycoming’s supervisor of product support (who holds two degrees from the college). The segment, filmed in the Montoursville campus’s hangar, premiered during Tuesday’s 5 p.m. newscast.

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