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Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week Visits Campus


A “company” gathers for a photo with its adviser outside the Klump Academic Center.
A “company” gathers for a photo with its adviser outside the Klump Academic Center.
Company D-2, which adopted the name FurrPets, acts out a television ad for its product, “FurrFresh,” a non-allergenic dry shampoo for pets, only slightly exaggerating the frustration of washing the family pet.
Company D-2, which adopted the name FurrPets, acts out a television ad for its product, “FurrFresh,” a non-allergenic dry shampoo for pets, only slightly exaggerating the frustration of washing the family pet.
Looking “fierce,” a group poses with its company adviser.
Looking “fierce,” a group poses with its company adviser.

Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week held one of its five weeklong camps at Penn College from July 29-Aug. 4. Hundreds of high school juniors and seniors from across the state converged on the campus to learn what it is like to run their own business. The camp is a product of the Foundation for Free Enterprise Education. The remainder of the PFEW camps are also held in Williamsport at Lycoming College.

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