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THON’s ‘Jingle Jog’ Puts ‘Ka-Ching’ in Runners’ Steps


Smiles greet registrants inside the Student and Administrative Services Center.
Smiles greet registrants inside the Student and Administrative Services Center.
Walkers, runners and – thanks to bells that were handed out at registration – "jinglers" pledge their participation.
Walkers, runners and – thanks to bells that were handed out at registration – “jinglers” pledge their participation.
And they're off!!
And they’re off!
Susquehanna Health's Timothy E. Schoener offers words of encouragement.
Susquehanna Health’s Timothy E. Schoener offers words of encouragement.
Shirtless despite the cold, physical fitness specialist major Eric S. Ross, of Orwigsburg, finishes the race.
Shirtless despite the cold, physical fitness specialist major Eric S. Ross, of Orwigsburg, finishes the race.

Sunday’s “Jingle Jog 5K,” sponsored by Penn College Benefiting THON, raised $750 for the fight against pediatric cancer. A total of 39 runners took part in the race, which stepped off at 2 p.m. near the college’s main campus entrance.
Photos by Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer

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