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United Way campaign extended to Thursday


The Wildcat and members of the Penn College United Way Campaign committee don T-shirts to share their "Live United" message with the campus community. From left are electrical faculty member Art L. Counterman, president of the Penn College Education Association; Heather L. Allison, workforce development consultant; and Katie L. Mackey, director of campus and community engagement.
The Wildcat and members of the Penn College United Way Campaign committee don T-shirts to share their “Live United” message with the campus community. From left are electrical faculty member Art L. Counterman, president of the Penn College Education Association; Heather L. Allison, workforce development consultant; and Katie L. Mackey, director of campus and community engagement.

The 2019 Penn College United Way Campaign, an opportunity to improve the lives of those who call this community “home,” has been extended to Thursday. Employees wishing to contribute can visit the Diversity & Community Engagement page on the myPCT portal – where pledge paperwork is supplemented by “What a Dollar Buys” and other documented impact – or fill out the form and send to DIF #44 or by email to Katie L. Mackey, director of campus and community engagement, and campaign co-chair: Lycoming County United Way 2018-19 Pledge Form

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