President Keeps College in World Spotlight While Going to Bat for LLB
– Photos by Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist/photographer,
and provided by the School of Business & Hospitality (unless otherwise noted)
Samuel D. Ranck, a 2006 Penn College graduate in business administration: management concentration, and league development manager and director of the Challenger Division for Little League Baseball and Softball, in his element ...
The president presents medals to the participants in the Challenger Division exhibition game: the teams from Vancouver, British Columbia, and Detroit.
... and on the air with Tom Speicher, writer/video editor at the college, during WVIA's Saturday telecast of the Challenger Division exhibition game.
In her capacity as chair of the Little League International Board of Directors, Gilmour addresses the 25,000-plus crowd at Howard J. Lamade Stadium for Sunday's title matchup.
Gilmour welcomes Mike Mussina into the Little League Hall of Excellence.
The former Baltimore Oriole and New York Yankee pitcher, with roots in the Montoursville Little League, talks about his longtime connection to the sport – which continues in retirement through coaching and as a member of the Little League International Board of Directors.
Penn College President Davie Jane Gilmour joins the Asia-Pacific team on the field after its 8-4 victory in Sunday's championship game.
Under the heading of "Little League, Big Fun," Bambi A. Hawkins, learning laboratory coordinator for the paramedic program, provided this photo of herself and emergency medical services student Kyle G. Stavinski, of Elysburg, moments after they watched a bald eagle fly over the stadium while on standby under the scoreboard.
Among School of Health Sciences student volunteers on duty Saturday are, from left, Timothy W. Lorson, of Williamsport; Michael S. McNeill, of Aspers; Ryan M. Egan, of Levittown; and Stephen M. Yonkin, of Dushore.
Students and faculty from the School of Business & Hospitality were among volunteers helping to serve a picnic lunch to players in Saturday’s Challenger game. From left, Chef Todd M. Keeley, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts; student Dylan H. Therrien, of Reading; Jessica N. Felton, of State College; Katelynn M. Watson, of Milton; Andrea K. Irvine, of Towanda; Sarah B. Fielder, of Lock Haven; Emily K. Lutz, of Wading River, N.Y.; and Chef Charles R. Niedermyer, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts. The entire get-together is coordinated annually by Steven J. Moff, professor of business administration: marketing and management.
Players and supporters of the Little Mount Little League team from Vancouver, British Columbia – participants in the Challenger Division exhibition game – gather their plates for a picnic lunch coordinated by business administration professor Steven J. Moff and served by students in the School of Business & Hospitality.
Jared Fogle, national spokesman for Subway restaurants (an event sponsor) stopped by the picnic, which happened to fall on his birthday. To help him celebrate, baking and pastry arts student Marci L. Cohen, of Clarks Summit, Chef Todd M. Keeley, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts, created a sub-shaped cake.