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SME Members Deployed in ‘Operation Snowflake’


David W. Phillips, Frostburg, opens a driveway Kevin T. Werkheiser, of Northampton Pittsburgh's Joshua M. Dentel works his way through the wet, heavy snow Edward C. Bender, of SoudertonAnother appreciable overnight snowfall meant another morning workout for Penn College’s community-minded student body. As part of “Operation Snowflake,” campus organizations share shoveling duty at registered locations if a storm hits on their watch. On Wednesday morning, the cleanup assignment fell to members of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Photos provided by Kevin T. Werkheiser, SME

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