Weekend Events Definitely 'Family-Friendly'
– Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer and Dalaney T. Vartenisian, student photographers;
Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist/photographer; and Brian D. Walton, assistant dean of business and hospitality
A Friday night Bingo game draws families to the Keystone Dining Room ...
Winner of a yoga mat at Bingo is Katie M. Weakland, of Pennsylvania Furnace, a baking and pastry arts student.
Nursing student Rachel J. Walker, of Lewisburg, leaves the "Bingo hall" with pool cues.
More Bingo winners: Semeon R. DeBarros (left), aviation maintenance technology, Rosedale, N.Y., and Andrew A. Smith, aviation maintenance technician, Philadelphia.
A lucky Dad takes home a gift card!
... where Rebekah L. Caretti, a dental hygiene: health policy and administration major from Weedville, won the grand prize of an iPad Mini.
Trolley tours took families through Millionaires' Row and downtown Williamsport, where a variety of merchants offered weekend discounts.
Aboard the trolley, parents thumb through the weekend itinerary.
Traveling in style
The president rejoins a number of student Links from this summer's Connections orientation program.
Dining Services, with a smile ... thanks to Janet L. McDermott.
President Davie Jane Gilmour welcomes a family to campus during Saturday's "Picnic With the President" outside the Thompson Professional Development Center.
A picnic-perfect day
Weekend guests gather outide the Bush Campus Center for a trolley trip through the college's historic neighborhood.
Pouring samples of his "Shark Attack" drink is Nathan J. Schell, a culinary arts technology student from Nescopeck.
Katelynn M. Watson, of Williamsport, a culinary arts and systems major, serves up her Strawberry Melon Ball "mocktail."
Winners of the mixology competition with "Cheap Sunglasses,"their refreshing ice-cream-and-fruit-juice recipe, are culinary arts and systems students Peirce A. Connelly (left), of Northumberland, and David O. Spirache, of Reading.
Signifying satisfaction with their "Raspberry Summer Time" quaff are Paul J. Herceg (left), a culinary arts and systems major from Chalfont, and Christian A. Bell, a hospitality management student from Warrington.
Bryonna A. Aldubayan, of Old Forge, majoring in applied health studies: radiography concentration, has fun with brother Andre J., an aviation maintenance technology student ...
Andrew A. Smith takes a photo at "The Rock" of Brittany R. Terpstra (a Web and interactive media major from Jim Thorpe) and her family.
Baking and pastry arts majors Keegan D. Sonney (left), of Erie, and Sarah I. Tielmann, of Tatamy, check out the selection.
Among the shoppers is Leanda J. Hill, a 2008 graduate in culinary arts technology.
A range of Wildcat athletic gear fills sale tables in the Field House.
Nathan J. Wolfe, an electromechanical maintenance technology student from Glen Lyon, is joined by his sister.
Greeting visitors to the Field House are (from left) student assistants Timothy J. Stasulli, Rafael Correa and Gabriel Nepita-Mejia; and Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of intramural sports and campus recreation.
Brittany Evaline Foehlinger of Bainbridge, an applied human services major, photographs balloons on the Madigan Library Lawn.
Grounded due to winds, but vibrantly colorful nonetheless, are these attractions from Endless Mountains Hot Air Balloons Inc. in Nicholson.
Families create living craft projects at the "Make Your Own Lucky Bamboo" tables.
Connections Links Kyle D. Bomboy, of Unityville, and Chelsey M. Carnrike, of Muncy, dole out a sweet favorite.
Fun and games include temporary body art.
Enjoying the carnival atmosphere are Patrick C. Frazier, an automotive technology: Honda PACT emphasis student from Nazareth, and his parents.
... and in a cotton-candy photo op with her sisters.
The Campus Center TV Lounge offers a prime venue to watch the Nittany Lions take on Rutgers ...
... a game enjoyed with family by Allison D. Bailey, a pre-dental hygiene student from West Chester, and Alexander C. McDonnell, of Brookhaven, a business administration: banking and finance concentration major.
Refreshments fuel the indoor "tailgate."
Robert E. Wood, of Montoursville, is among the Catering students on hand at the Williamsport Growers' Market on Saturday.
Helping to serve the public during the outdoor market's "Customer Appreciation Day" is Jaclyn C. Gregg, of Warriors Mark.
Preparing samples using only food available on the premises are Katlyn J. Hackling, of Williamsport, and Randall C. Janowitz, of Westminster, Md.
Alyssa J. Morales, of Williamsport, plates a sample.
Working in tandem are Wood (left) and Cy C. Heller, of Milton.
Soccer fans gather under a sky of Wildcat blue.
Awaiting their time on the field, Wildcat women watch the men's game from the stands.
... and fires up the crowd.
The college mascot engages a young fan ...
Gerry Lua (19), who ended the day with a goal, propels the ball downfield.
A keeper worth keeping: Malcolm Kane (1) blocks a Gallaudet University goal.
A header from Christopher Rutledge (7), among scorers in the Penn College men's 3-1 Friday victory.
Wildcat Randy Vance (15) maintains focus in Friday's season opener against Gallaudet.
Hailee Hartman (21) maneuvers past a defender Friday.
Robyn Beddow (4), who scored one of the day's four Wildcat goals, works the ball in Friday's action.
In full stride against Gallaudet University on Friday is Christina Weber (12), who scored a Wildcat goal en route to a 4-0 win.
Angela Maniscalco (11) fires a shot in Friday's opening home game of the season.
Weekend visitors sample nonalcoholic drinks on the Bush Campus Center Patio in a School of Business & Hospitality mixology tasting and demonstration.
Stephanie C. Myers, of Catawissa, a culinary arts and systems student, dispenses a "Tommy Gun" taste for Emma J. Sutterlin, an applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration major from State College. Myers and classmate Magdalen C. Bennett, of Erie, were second-place winners.