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Students Treated to ‘Downtown Familiarity’ Tour


Vanderlin Gallery among downtown stops Meeting the mayor at City Hall Resident Assistants and Orientation Leaders were welcomed to Downtown Williamsport on Wednesday, urged to spread the word among fellow students of the treasures awaiting. From a City Hall meeting with Mayor Mary B. Wolf to a tour of shops and services, the students got a close-up look at their historic “College Town.” At right, the mayor greets students in City Hall’s Sechler Room; at left, Campus View RA Mallory Cheeks and guide Dr. Bonita Kolb, a Lycoming College business professor, leave the Vanderlin Gallery on William Street.

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