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SIFE Hot-Dog Sale Benefits American Cancer Society


SIFE hot-dog sale benefits Cancer Society The Penn College Chapter of Students in Free Enterprise recently held a hot-dog sale in the ATHS to raise money for the American Cancer Society’s Breast Cancer Awareness program. From left in the photo are Jedediah V. Richardson, a business administration: small business major from Danville; Patty Karschner, American Cancer Society community volunteer; and Christopher D. Erdman, of Muncy, a business management student.Karschner will attend SIFE meetings in the fall to brief other members of the Penn College chapter on projects and ways to be involved with the Cancer Society.

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