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Penn College Crowns Homecoming King, Queen

Students Joseph Rybnick III and Alicia R. Groncki were chosen as Homecoming King and Queen recently at Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Rybnick, Williamsport, a junior in the Construction Management bachelor’s degree program, represented the Student Government Association.

Groncki, New Freedom, a junior in the Graphic Design bachelor’s degree program, represented The Village at Penn College’s resident assistants.

Voting for the event is done by placing money in the jars of the nominees, and those collecting the most funds are named Homecoming King and Queen. The money is donated to the charities designated by the winners.

The event raised more than $600, which will be divided between the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Lycoming County Children and Youth Services.

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