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SGA to Host Silent Auction for Student Leader Legacy Scholarship

The Student Government Association at Pennsylvania College of Technology will host its sixth annual Silent Auction on Friday, May 1, to benefit the Student Leader Legacy Scholarship Fund.

The event will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Madigan Library at the college. All proceeds from the auction will go directly toward increasing the endowment of the Student Leader Legacy Scholarship Fund. The scholarship benefits students who play leadership roles at the college.

SGA is accepting donated items for the Silent Auction. Donations may include gift cards, movie passes, handmade items and gifts of service, etc. SGA’s members hope to receive more donations before the deadline of April 24. Individuals may also support the event by attending or by donating directly to the Student Leader Legacy Scholarship Fund.

“As Student Government president, I am thrilled to re-energize and bring a new style to our sixth annual Silent Auction,” Ryan A. Gibson said. “Our executives, senators, students and staff have worked tirelessly to make our auction a prosperous success that will help students for years to come.”

For more information about giving to the Student Leader Legacy Scholarship Fund, call 570-320-8000.

To donate an item for the auction, call Anthony J. Pace (assistant director of student activities for student organizations and orientation) at 570-327-4763.

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