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Penn College Adds Powerful Punch to Little League Lineup

Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour is interviewed by Thomas F. Speicher, video production developer at the college  and part of WRAK radio's Little League broadcast team Emergency medical services student Michael D. Eshbach; Jason Barrett, a paramedic preceptor with Susquehanna Regional EMS and 2007 Penn College alumnus; and Lindsay K. Wiegand, a student in the emergency medical services major From left, senior physician assistant students Anthony J. Quindardo, of Meadville; Larissa D. Kryder, of Jersey Shore; Stacy M. Lockcuff, of Watsontown; and Calton C. Law, of Williamsport Penn College, which last week ushered in the 63rd Little League World Series with a cookout and an impressive presence in the Grand Slam Parade, continues to be a most valuable player on the event’s support team. Students from the School of Health Sciences again are staffing the stands and the infirmary, and college students and employees frequently are spotted among fans attending the homegrown phenomenon. Photos by Jessica L. Tobias, student photographer

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