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Sigma Pi Chapter Lends Hand, Moral Support at Weekend 5K


Back row (from left): Jackson M. Murray, Hawley, welding technology; Darien J. Ketterer, Cranberry Township, plastics and polymer engineering technology; Andrew A. Smith, Philadelphia, aviation maintenance technology; and Ryan P. Dortone, Doylestown, engineering design technology. Front row (from left): Justin R. Souliere, Macungie, engineering design technology; Dustin O. Baughman, Bethlehem, welding and fabrication engineering technology; Jeffrey R. Hasiak, Scotch Plains, N.J., residential construction technology and management; and Nicholas S. Visconti, Furlong, legal assistant-paralegal studies.
Back row (from left): Jackson M. Murray, Hawley, welding technology; Darien J. Ketterer, Cranberry Township, plastics and polymer engineering technology; Andrew A. Smith, Philadelphia, aviation maintenance technology; and Ryan P. Dortone, Doylestown, engineering design technology. Front row (from left): Justin R. Souliere, Macungie, engineering design technology; Dustin O. Baughman, Bethlehem, welding and fabrication engineering technology; Jeffrey R. Hasiak, Scotch Plains, N.J., residential construction technology and management; and Nicholas S. Visconti, Furlong, legal assistant-paralegal studies.

Sigma Pi fraternity volunteered at Divine Providence Hospital’s AutumnFest 5K over the weekend. “We heard about the event through Penn College, and we chose to participate because it was for the local community,” said Jeffrey R. Hasiak, a member of the Theta-Phi chapter’s executive board. “We assisted in guiding the runners, as well as encouraging them as each of them were crossing the finish line. It was a fantastic event to help at, and we all plan on assisting the next time it comes up.”

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