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Off-Campus Students Volunteer at Local Food Bank

Part of the Penn College contingent (from left): Souliere, Harrison, DeBarros, Wilson, Bower and Parko report for duty ...
Part of the Penn College contingent (from left): Souliere, Harrison, DeBarros, Wilson, Bower and Parko report for duty …
 ... in the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank warehouse.
… in the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank warehouse.

Eight off-campus and commuter students and their adviser volunteered at the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank as part of a service project organized by Commuter Assistant Max C. Bower earlier this month. The students were met with an educational tutorial about the organization prior to assisting other local volunteers pack more than 400 boxes. Joining Bower, of Lewisberry, and Katie L. Mackey, coordinator of off-campus living and commuter services, on March 1 were students Semeon R. DeBarros, Rosedale, New York; Kashiki E. Harrison, Williamsport; Aaron J. Parko, Bloomsburg; Andrew A. Smith, Philadelphia; Justin R. Souliere, Macungie; Josiah D. Stoltzfus, Morgantown; and Allen D. Wilson, Sykesville, Maryland.
Photos by Katie L. Mackey

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