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Picture-Perfect Parade Is the Wildcat’s Meow


Appropriately bejeweled, the Penn College Wildcat stops for a photograph with a fan Members of the Health Information Association, one of the college's many academic major-related student organizations, add to the day's revelry What parade would be complete without a balloon or two ... and what St. Patrick's Day parade doesn't need a leprechaun? The Physician Assistant Club, carrying the Irish colors (and a passenger or two), walks the parade route The Wildcat works the crowd as he heads east on West Fourth StreetJust like every rainbow leads to glittering riches, any community event even in its inaugural year holds a Penn College connection. Downtown Williamsport’s first St. Patrick’s Day Parade clearly was no exception, as students and the college’s Wildcat mascot were among those joining in the Gaelic gaiety of a sunny Saturday jaunt.

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