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Youngsters ‘ESCAPE’ Via Penn College’s Summer Camp


The chase is on Campers form a soccer circle with Michelle R. McNett, a Penn College alumna and former Wildcat athlete, a Camp ESCAPE student assistant Friends and fun at the bowling alley Ready to roll at Faxon LanesChildren ages 8-14 enjoyed up to four weeks of Penn College’s Camp ESCAPE this summer, gaining an appreciation of the sports world through cognitive and psychological development.Campers discovered new strengths through a variety of activities at the camp (an acronym for Enjoy Sports Camps at Penn College Everyone), taking pride in personal and group accomplishments, making friends, and having a fun summer on campus and off. Field trips included visits to the Penn State All-Sports Museum and the Creamery, Knoebels pool and waterslide, a State College Spikes baseball game and tour of the team’s stadium, and Hooplas Family Fun & Grill.
Photos by Michael S. Fischer, student photographer, and Cindy Davis Meixel, photo editor

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