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Penn College Helps Habitat on ‘Civility Saturday’


Penn College supplies Habitat with helping hands Students from various majors, including Web design, IT security and welding, joined other Penn College representatives to assist Greater Lycoming Habitat for Humanityat three homes Saturday. Many of the students helped clean up around the houses, as well as mix and lay down cement. The group worked together to put up Styrofoam insulation on the sides of a house, while some of its members helped finish setting plywood on an entire side of a roof. Whether it was working on scaffolds or cleaning up tons of drywall, the mild weather made for a great Civility Saturday on which to help the Williamsport community. Pictured outside a home in Williamsport’s Newberry section are, clockwise from left, Charlene A. Peter, Megan R. Pennington, Franklin W. Peter, Nicholas K. Rehak, John C. Phillippy, Nathan F. Lott, Kevin C. Spitzer, Alyse M. Poswiatowsky, Kristen L. Winslow and Shadra D. Smith. Greater Lycoming Habitat for Humanity always needs volunteers; if interested, please contact (570) 322-2515 or visit online . ( Photo provided by Charlene A. Peter, admissions office assistant)

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