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Penn State Shenango students and faculty standing in back of a table with a Toys for Tots sign. Two dressed up like Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.

Penn State Shenango PTA students and faculty collect toys for the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program

During a prior year, Dr. Jen Jewell, assistant teaching professor in Penn State Shenango's Physical Therapy department, far left, and her physical therapy assistant students, collected donated toys at the Hermitage Wal-Mart for the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program.

Penn State Shenango students and faculty standing in back of a table with a Toys for Tots sign. Two dressed up like Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.

Shenango campus annual collection drive for Toys for Tots begins

Penn State Shenango will once again be sponsoring a toy drive to benefit the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program this holiday season. The annual community collection drive, staffed by the Shenango campus Physical Therapy Assistant students and faculty, will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Hermitage Walmart Super Center.
Several people from the cast of A Christmas Pudding standing on stage at Shenango campus.

Penn State Shenango kicks off December with 'A Christmas Pudding'

Whatever your Christmas traditions, they are most likely included in the Penn State Shenango Drama Club’s production of "A Christmas Pudding," to be held the first weekend of December in the campus Auditorium. A reading from the Gospel of Luke? Scrooge and Tiny Tim? Singing Christmas carols? Virginia being told "Yes, there is a Santa Claus"? Yes, they are all there ... and much more.
Several people from the cast of A Christmas Pudding standing on stage at Shenango campus.

The cast of Penn State Shenango's A Christmas Pudding

A Christmas Pudding celebrates an assortment of traditional and contemporary stories and songs of the Christmas holiday. Here, Scrooge (Leon Nichols), is shown in a rehearsal with characters from “The Twelve Days of Christmas”:  the Partridge in a Pear Tree (Leah Mulvey), the Cow that the maids are milking (Katherine Shacklock), a Swan A-Swimming (Leah Benson), and Ninja Turtle Dove (Sabrina Breese).

Several people from the cast of A Christmas Pudding standing on stage at Shenango campus.

The cast of Penn State Shenango's A Christmas Pudding

A Christmas Pudding celebrates an assortment of traditional and contemporary stories and songs of the Christmas holiday. Here, Scrooge (Leon Nichols), is shown in a rehearsal with characters from “The Twelve Days of Christmas”:  the Partridge in a Pear Tree (Leah Mulvey), the Cow that the maids are milking (Katherine Shacklock), a Swan A-Swimming (Leah Benson), and Ninja Turtle Dove (Sabrina Breese).

Several people from the cast of A Christmas Pudding standing on stage at Shenango campus.

The cast of Penn State Shenango's A Christmas Pudding

A Christmas Pudding celebrates an assortment of traditional and contemporary stories and songs of the Christmas holiday. Here, Scrooge (Leon Nichols), is shown in a rehearsal with characters from “The Twelve Days of Christmas”:  the Partridge in a Pear Tree (Leah Mulvey), the Cow that the maids are milking (Katherine Shacklock), a Swan A-Swimming (Leah Benson), and Ninja Turtle Dove (Sabrina Breese).

Several people from the cast of A Christmas Pudding standing on stage at Shenango campus.

The cast of Penn State Shenango's A Christmas Pudding

A Christmas Pudding celebrates an assortment of traditional and contemporary stories and songs of the Christmas holiday. Here, Scrooge (Leon Nichols), is shown in a rehearsal with characters from “The Twelve Days of Christmas”:  the Partridge in a Pear Tree (Leah Mulvey), the Cow that the maids are milking (Katherine Shacklock), a Swan A-Swimming (Leah Benson), and Ninja Turtle Dove (Sabrina Breese).

Two people, one professor and one student, looking down on the campus' new synthetic cadaver.

Dr. Diane Kuharsky shows Penn State Behrend student Andrew Jones the campus' new SynDaver

Andrew Jones, a Penn State Behrend nursing student, checks out the campus' new SynDaver with Instructor in Biology Dr. Diane Kuharsky, during the summer semester.

Two people, one professor and one student, looking down on the campus' new synthetic cadaver.

Dr. Diane Kuharsky shows Penn State Behrend student Andrew Jones the campus' new SynDaver

Andrew Jones, a Penn State Behrend nursing student, checks out the Shenango campus' new SynDaver with Instructor in Biology Dr. Diane Kuharsky over the summer semester.

Two people, one professor and one student, looking down on the campus' new synthetic cadaver.

Male and female SynDavers provide students realistic hands-on experience

From sixth grade STEAM campers to high school college visitors, each semester, Penn State Shenango welcomes these and other students to see what is unique and special about the downtown Sharon campus. While students get to see and participate in many events that Shenango has to offer, nothing gets more attention than the campus’ biology lab and its two SynDaver assistants, “Ana” and “Tomy.”

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