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This Little Piggy Went to Market …


College's pig arrives at future site of downtown library children's wing Market Street, that is, where it joins other creative entries in a fund-raiser for James V. Brown Library’s new children’s wing. The college is among the sponsors that bought a life-size fiberglass pig to decorate for the public-art initiative. The pig sports a cap, gown and laptop in recognition of Penn College’s technology-based “degrees that work,” and was designed and executed by Phillip C. Warner, student writer-photographer, and Alfred M. Thomas, associate professor of collision repair, with inspirational assistance from Gail B. Landers, a group leader at the Children’s Learning Center. More information about the project is available online. ( Photo by Phillip C. Warner, student writer/photographer)

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