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Penn College students Hugh F. Convery (left), a residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration major from Bechtelsville, and James A. McKeown III, a computer aided product design student from Lansdale, hang out with Bikini Bottom's most famous resident.
Penn College students Hugh F. Convery (left), a residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration major from Bechtelsville, and James A. McKeown III, a computer aided product design student from Lansdale, hang out with Bikini Bottom’s most famous resident.
Musical entertainment on a spring afternoon
Musical entertainment on a spring afternoon
Among those helping The Brickyard celebrate its one-year anniversary are Wade T. Tyrpin, of Jonestown (left), enrolled in the information technology: network specialist concentration, and Christopher D. Rubino, a business administration: management concentration major from Oxford, Conn.
Among those helping The Brickyard celebrate its one-year anniversary are Wade T. Tyrpin, of Jonestown (left), enrolled in the information technology: network specialist concentration, and Christopher D. Rubino, a business administration: management concentration major from Oxford, Conn.
Swirly adds to the coolness of downtown.
Swirly adds to the coolness of downtown.
All aboard!
All aboard!

Community Assistants Whitnie-rae Mays and Katherine P. “Katie” Wylezik invited their fellow Penn College students for a Trolley Tour of downtown Williamsport on Saturday afternoon. Stops included Ozzie and Mae’s Hacienda, The Brickyard and Swirly, with students sampling free treats from each establishment. Four lucky students won gift cards to Swirly, a new frozen yogurt and soft-serve ice cream shop on Pine Street, encouraging them to head back downtown on their own time. “It was nice to see students taking advantage of our downtown area, making connections with local business owners and meeting some new friends on a sunny Saturday!” said Katie L. Mackey, coordinator of off-campus living and commuter services at the college.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, community assistant and student photographer

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