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'Meet the Chief' video reinforces safety as everyone's responsibility

A new Penn College video provides an introduction to Police Chief David C. Pletz and the many services that he and his team provide. "Our officers are here to protect students, faculty and staff, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year," the chief notes in the 2:30-minute video. "This responsibility is one that the police cannot accomplish alone. Each community member must do his or her part in preventing crime, accidents and hazards from interfering with college life."


Penn College Army ROTC cadets earn contracts

Two Army ROTC cadets at Pennsylvania College of Technology were honored Monday for their commitment to education and duty. Cameron A. Reaugh, of Blairsville, and Connor M. Rossman, of Howard, took the Army ROTC contracting oath during a ceremony at the college. The contract provides a monthly stipend from the Army. Reaugh also received a three-year scholarship, covering tuition and fees and providing a book allowance.


Grandparents get their due in CLC celebration

The Dunham Children's Learning Center honored grandparents on a recent Friday, celebrating a cornerstone of encouragement in youngsters' daily lives. "We offered a snack, activity and outside play event for the children and their grandparents to thank and honor them for the love and attention they give our children and the support they give to Moms and Dads each day," said Linda A. Reichert, the center's director.