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Students Visit Alumna-Owned Business in Lock Haven


Samantha L. Liedtka (in pink), the alumna who lends her name and artistry to Samantha's Kitchen in Lock Haven, opened her doors to a Penn College tour Saturday.
Samantha L. Liedtka (in pink), the alumna who lends her name and artistry to Samantha’s Kitchen in Lock Haven, opened her doors to a Penn College tour Saturday.

Hospitality Living-Learning Community students visited Samantha’s Kitchen’s in Lock Haven on Saturday afternoon. The bakery is owned by 2010 Penn College baking and pastry arts graduate Samantha L. Liedtka, who shared her experiences with students. “The cupcakes were pretty good, too” added Frederick W. Becker, dean of business and hospitality, who led the trip with Brian D. Walton, coordinator of academic operations for the School of Business & Hospitality.
Photo by Matthew C. Helf, Residence Life coordinator

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