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WEB Block Party Provides Finals-Prep Reprieve


Testing their mettle on the bungee jump are (from left) Carlos J. Roddy, a pre-nursing major from Williamsport, and Calvin E. Anderson, of Wellsville, enrolled in engineering design technology.
Testing their mettle on the bungee jump are (from left) Carlos J. Roddy, a pre-nursing major from Williamsport, and Calvin E. Anderson, of Wellsville, enrolled in engineering design technology.
Fittingly seated at the gardening table are horticulture/landscape technology classmates (from left): Jaclyn N. Wolf, Gettysburg; Laura E. Cholko, Port Carbon; Aaron A. Sledge Jr., Pittsburgh; and Adriana S. Lee, Williamsport.
Fittingly seated at the gardening table are horticulture/landscape technology classmates (from left): Jaclyn N. Wolf, Gettysburg; Laura E. Cholko, Port Carbon; Aaron A. Sledge Jr., Pittsburgh; and Adriana S. Lee, Williamsport.
Reed, a self-taught and Florida-born solo artist, shares her talents.
Reed, a self-taught and Florida-born solo artist, shares her talents.
Not throwing away his shot is Darrian L. Weiser, of Duncannon, an electronics and computer engineering technology student.
Not throwing away his shot is Darrian L. Weiser, of Duncannon, an electronics and computer engineering technology student.
Exercising hands-on artistry at the tie-dye station are (from left) Amber L. Way, of Port Matilda, pre-occupational therapy; Shannon R. Shelly, of Schnecksville, nursing; and Holly J. Wilson, of Lock Haven, business administration: marketing concentration.
Exercising hands-on artistry at the tie-dye station are (from left) Amber L. Way, of Port Matilda, pre-occupational therapy; Shannon R. Shelly, of Schnecksville, nursing; and Holly J. Wilson, of Lock Haven, business administration: marketing concentration.

The Wildcat Block Party, originally dubbed “Outdoor Adventure” but moved inside as a rainy-day precaution, built a relaxing bridge between Friday’s end of classes and Monday’s start of finals. Students enjoyed free food, bungee jumping, a “Make Your Own Zen Garden” station, music by Taylor Reed and much more Wildcat Events Board-sponsored fun.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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