Members of Lycoming College's ROTC support food drive

Members of Lycoming College's ROTC support food drive

From left to right, bottom row: CDT Kaitlyn Barmore (Lycoming, freshman), CDT Sean Hastings (Lycoming, sophomore), CDT Adam Diaz (Penn College, sophomore), Cadet Andrew Dion (Lycoming, freshman). Top row: CDT Daniel Curtin (Penn College, senior), CDT Nnamdi Okangba (Lycoming, senior), CDT Daniel Pulinski (Penn College, senior), CDT Craig Robbins (Penn College, senior), CDT Kyle Csorba (Penn College, senior).

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Several members of Lycoming College’s ROTC program helped package food for holiday delivery early in December as part of the National Day of Giving.

Cadets from the Bison squad, which includes students from Lycoming College and the Pennsylvania College of Technology, prepared the packages at the Williamsport Food Pantry as part of their commitment to serve their community.

The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank distributes more than 40 million pounds of food and grocery products, equivalent to nearly 33 million meals, every year to more than 800 soup kitchens, shelters, and food pantries in 27 central Pennsylvania counties. These agencies directly feed thousands of hungry families throughout central Pennsylvania.

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