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Sigma Nu Fraternity Helps at ‘Habitat’ Worksite


Charles L. Casner, a building construction technology major from Mechanicsburg, applies elbow grease Michael T. Yesvetz, of West Hazleton, a construction management major, drills drywall Eight members of the Pennsylvania College of Technology Colony of Sigma Nu fraternity recently contributed several hours’ work to a local Habitat for Humanity project. Volunteering at a property on Mahaffey Street in the Newberry section of Williamsport, the crew worked with drywall and sealed holes in the ceiling where electrical and plumbing had been installed. Photos by Kenneth L. Barto, student photographer

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