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Students Form ‘Circle’ of Service in Newest Campus Organization


Club President Danielle R. Wesneski, a baking and pastry arts major from Williamsport, delivers opening remarks.
Club President Danielle R. Wesneski, a baking and pastry arts major from Williamsport, delivers opening remarks.
Paul L. Starkey, vice president for academic affairs and provost, welcomes the new organization and reinforces for students the importance of community service.
Paul L. Starkey, vice president for academic affairs and provost, welcomes the new organization and reinforces for students the importance of community service.
Induction of officers – including (at right) Kelly N. Ulrich, secretary, and Jacob K. Zimmerman, treasurer – is handled by Devyn King, Circle K. district governor, and Megan McKenna, Keystone Division lieutenant governor. Ulrich, of Lebanon, is a pre-dental hygiene student; Zimmerman, of Muncy, majors in accounting.
Induction of officers – including (at right) Kelly N. Ulrich, secretary, and Jacob K. Zimmerman, treasurer – is handled by Devyn King, Circle K. district governor, and Megan McKenna, Keystone Division lieutenant governor. Ulrich, of Lebanon, is a pre-dental hygiene student; Zimmerman, of Muncy, majors in accounting.
Jason M. Hurwitz, president-elect of the local Kiwanis Club and a member of its interclub relations committee, was among the sponsor representatives in attendance.
Jason M. Hurwitz, president-elect of the local Kiwanis Club and a member of its interclub relations committee, was among the sponsor representatives in attendance.
Penn College Circle K students are joined by supportive members of the Kiwanis Club of Williamsport and faculty adviser Michael D. Shipman (right), instructor of business administration/accounting.
Penn College Circle K students are joined by supportive members of the Kiwanis Club of Williamsport and faculty adviser Michael D. Shipman (right), instructor of business administration/accounting.

Circle K, an outreach affiliate of Kiwanis International, was welcomed this week as the newest Penn College student organization and the latest Service Leadership Program to be sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Williamsport. Established with a goal of making “the world better, one project at a time,” Circle K’s charter members hosted a reception Tuesday in the college’s Thompson Professional Development Center.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer and Circle K member

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