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One Hand Washes the Other in Greeks’ Service Project

Suds, service mix outside police headquarters.
Suds, service mix outside police headquarters.
Officers Justin M. Hakes (left) and Charles E. O'Brien get to know their Greek benefactors.
Officers Justin M. Hakes (left) and Charles E. O’Brien get to know their Greek benefactors.
Waterlogged footprints easily lead police to campus-minded "culprits."
Waterlogged footprints easily lead police to campus-minded “culprits.”

Penn College Police got a Friday visit from members of the campus’s Greek organizations, who washed the department’s vehicles in what they plan to be an annual service project. Austen J. Caron, who chairs the Greek Senate, reached out to Chief Chris Miller, who said the officers enjoyed speaking with the students from Phi Mu Delta, Sigma Pi and Omega Delta Sigma. “Greek Life of Penn College is proud to volunteer time to give back to the law enforcement that keeps our campus safe,” said Caron, a building automation technology: heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology concentration major from Higganum, Connecticut.
Photos provided by Penn College Police