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Manufacturing Students Present Baja Trophy to College President

Baja trophy presented to Penn College president
Baja trophy presented to Penn College president

Three members of the student team that placed third in the international Baja SAE endurance race this past spring – Penn College’s highest-ever finish in nearly a decade of competition – delivered the trophy to President Davie Jane Gilmour on Thursday. From left are John G. Upcraft, instructor of automated manufacturing and machining and the students’ adviser; and manufacturing majors Andrew R. Klimek, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Gilmour; James A. Depasquale, of West Simsbury, Connecticut; and Jason B. Miller, of Mount Joy. The trophy was presented in the president’s office, but will be moved to a display area on campus.
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