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Medical Imaging Club Fundraiser Adds $235 to ‘Relay for Life’ Event

Lunchtime patrons craft a portable meal, adding ground beef, cheese and other "fixin's" to their bags of chips during a fundraiser in the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center.
Lunchtime patrons craft a portable meal, adding ground beef, cheese and other “fixin’s” to their bags of chips during a fundraiser in the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center.
Incoming club President Tonya N. Krug, of Williamsport  (center) and 2013-14 Vice President Kathryn M. Slivinski present a $235 check to a Relay for Life representative. Both are enrolled in Penn College's applied health studies: radiography concentration major.
Incoming club President Tonya N. Krug, of Williamsport (center) and 2013-14 Vice President Kathryn M. Slivinski present a $235 check to a Relay for Life representative. Both are enrolled in Penn College’s applied health studies: radiography concentration major.

Penn College’s Medical Imaging Club recently presented  Williamsport Relay for Life with $235, proceeds from a “walking taco” sale held at the end of the spring semester. Representatives of the student organization delivered their fundraising check during the May 17 “Relay” event, held at the Williamsport Area High School to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Photos provided by Karen L. Plankenhorn, clinical supervisor for radiography

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