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Students Volunteer at YWCA in ‘Civility Sunday’ Assignment

YWCA benefits from 'Civility Sunday' effortsTwo students Kyle R. Jandura, a collision repair technology major from Bangor (at center in photo at left), and Marc A. Stadtmueller, a heavy equipment technology-technician student from East Bangor joined Cassie M. Pickens, assistant director for student programming in the Student Activities Office, for a “Civility Sunday” project. In this latest visit to the 815 W. Fourth St. agency, the group assembled radiator covers. Watch PCToday for further community-service opportunities in the Penn College community. (Photo by Amanda M. Williamson, casual part-time student photographer )

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