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‘Team SchuPa’ Running to Support Chester D. Schuman Scholarship

Team SchuPa gears up for May 5 benefit run Team SchuPa will run the Rivertown Half Marathon in Danville on May 5 to support the Chester D. Schuman Scholarship, memorializing Penn College’s longtime admissions director and golf coach. Some of the team members are pictured with members of the Schuman family, sporting the team T-shirt designed by the Schumans’ daughter, Lauren, a 2005 Penn College graduate. Each team member has set a goal to raise $1,000 for the scholarship fund; donations can be made by sending a check to the Penn College Foundation (One College Avenue, Williamsport, PA, 17701-5799) with “Chester D. Schuman Scholarship” written on the memo line. T-shirts are available for $15 by emailing Sarah S. Moore, the Schumans’ other daughter, or Kay E. Dunkleberger, coordinator of disability services. Back row, from left, are Matt R. Haile, a network specialist at the college, 2006 alumnus and Schuman’s successor as Wildcat golf coach; Kay Dunkleberger; Denny L. Dunkleberger, registrar; Becky J. Shaner, alumni relations assistant and a 2003 alumna; and John D. Maize, instructor of speech communication/composition. Front row, from left, are Schuman’s widow, Pam; twin grandsons Colin and Liam Moore; and their mother, Sarah, Disability Services’ sign language interpreter/student support assistant. The team also includes K.C. Shaner, a 2000 Penn College graduate; Mike Melnyk, a 2006 alumnus; Bill Martens, executive director of BLaST Intermediate Unit 17 and Schuman’s running partner; and Kim Allison, whose husband – trained through the high school vocational program at Williamsport Area Community College – built the Schumans’ home.

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