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Penn College Has Substantial Presence at State Farm Show


Chef Paul E. Mach and School of Hospitality students Wildcat mascot has fun with a young Farm Show attendee Chef Mike J. Ditchfield and student on the cooking stage Representatives of Penn College’s eight academic schools, as well as alumni and admissions personnel, are touting the institution’s hands-on reputation during the 92nd Pennsylvania Farm Show. On Monday, for instance, School of Hospitality students joined faculty members Chef Mike J. Ditchfield (right photo) and Chef Paul E. Mach (with students in left photo) in culinary demonstrations that were broadcast live on the Pennsylvania Cable Network. The college Wildcat also got into the Farm Show spirit, here preparing to “high-five” a new friend on the merry-go-round. More on the daily Penn College activities throughout the weeklong show is available online and elsewhere on PCToday. ( Photos provided by the Alumni Relations Office)

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