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Penn College Students Spruce Up Area Camp


Phi Mu Delta's Dustin C. Bailey, of Petersburg, enrolled in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration, pitches in.
Phi Mu Delta’s Dustin C. Bailey, of Petersburg, enrolled in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration, pitches in.

More than 40 Penn College students recently contributed their time to help Camp Victory prepare for the opening of its season. The Millville facility hosts several camps for children with special needs – including chronic health problems, mental or physical disabilities, or the aftermath of catastrophic illness – and ensures that the proper medical staff are on hand so that the youngsters’ needs are met during their stay. Students dedicated the afternoon of Saturday, April 20, to mulching, cleaning windows and general maintenance at the camp. A large contingent from the college’s Greek community took part; student organizations such as the Wildcat Events Board, Society of Manufacturing Engineers and the Health Information Association also lent their helping hands. More photos can be found at the student photographers’ blog.
Photo by Mitchell J. Berninger, an information technology: network specialist concentration major from Williamsport

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