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LYCOMING COLLEGE
WILLIAMSPORT, PA 17701-5192
VOLUME 28 • NO. 2
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President James and Emily
Douthat were recognized for their
24 years of service to the College
and the community during a
Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber
of Commerce PM Exchange on
Thursday, Feb. 21.
President Douthat told the
nearly 200 people who gathered in
the College’s Mary Lindsay Welch
Honors Hall that he and Emily
plan to stay in Williamsport.
“This place is home for many,
many reasons,” he said. “This
is the place that has given us an
opportunity to become a part of the
community.”
Douthat encouraged those
in attendance to serve their
communities, especially the
Lycoming County United Way’s
annual campaign, and other
nonprofit organizations.
“I want to thank you for all the
opportunities that you have made
available to us,” Douthat said, “and
for all the support over the years
that you, your businesses and your
friends have given to Lycoming
College.”
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Emily and President James Douthat are congratulated by Vincent Matteo, president and CEO of
Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce.
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President Douthat accepts a certificate of appreciation from the chamber. From left are Jerry Rashid,
director of college relations; Greg Bell ’99, senior major gift officer; Sandy Spencer, business development
officer for Patterson and Wilder Construction and co-chair of the chamber’s membership retention and
development committee; President and Emily Douthat; and Amy Dowling ’04, director of alumni relations.
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Lycoming board members D. Mark Fultz ’80 (left) and Peter Lynn ’69, chair of the board.
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According to the chamber, the College’s PM Exchange was one of the most well-attended events in several
years with nearly 200 people gathering in the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall.
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