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Record-Setting Turnout Lends Helping Hands to SPCA


Headstone cleanup among day's 'pet' projects Students, faculty/staff offer helping hands Sprucing up the grounds Sod removal helps beautify SPCA pet cemetery Sixteen Penn College students, faculty and staff the largest turnout this year for a Student Activities community-service project took part in a “Civility Saturday” event at the Lycoming County SPCA on Reach Road. The group performed maintenance and grounds work in the pet cemetery, washed the agency’s vehicles, cleaned out and washed the ambulance, and power-washed the kennels. Watch PCToday for more opportunities to continue Penn College’s helpful presence in the community. ( Photos by Amanda M. Williamson, part-time student photographer)

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