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by Joan Andrews
Public Relations Specialist

STATE COLLEGE — Students in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) program at South Hills School of Business & Technology collected over 750 pairs of brightly colored socks and $300 in donations for the “Kelsey’s Dream” project, a charity that benefits children with cancer. Each year the DMS students volunteer their time and effort to bring awareness and support to a chosen charity. The socks will be distributed to children in several local hospitals.

Photo Details

First row: Jessica Wellar, Laura Steininger, Madison Wenrich, Deb Cooper, Megan Forgy, and Emily Ammerman
Second row: Caryn Trexler, Kaybrea Hood, Lauren Filipowicz, and Emily Baughman

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