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Constructed in 1970
The Parkes Automotive Technology Center at Penn College is one of the oldest postsecondary automotive instructional programs in the nation; classes were first offered nearly a century ago.
Major industry sponsors attest to th…
Constructed in 1986
The Thompson Professional Development Center was the first on-campus facility designed and built by students, faculty, and staff as a testimonial to the quality of instruction in the College's construction-related programs.
Constructed in 1984
Translated as "the young chef," Le Jeune Chef is a restaurant that presents a fine-dining experience at the heart of the Pennsylvania College of Technology campus.
Open to the public, the restaurant offers a gourmet menu and …
Constructed in 1980
The Avco-Lycoming Metal Trades Center, a welding and metal trades instructional laboratory, is positioned at the northwest end of a pedestrian mall that runs south from West Third Street through the heart of the campus.
Constructed in 1984
The Hager Lifelong Education Center is dedicated in honor of a former state legislator, who was a strong supporter of the institution when it was a community college.
Following an extensive renovation, the Hager Lifelong Educ…
of the Seventh
and Eleventh Wards
of the City of
in memory of
Sailors and Nurses
in the World War
[Died in Service]
Frank Raymond …
In August of 1938, Carl E. Stotz, Little League's founder, brought ten boys ages nine to twelve to this very site and laid out the dimensions for a baseball diamond suitable for youth their age. The bases were newspaper, the distance between them …
The 1938 inspiration
Little League Baseball
practicing at Uncle Tuck's
[Carl E. Stotz]
and First Generation of
Volunteer Personnel and Sp…
Dedicated to the
men and women of Lycoming County
who served our country
in time of war
[Dedicated] November 11, 1954
Little League's first scoring booth, eventually called the Club House. Constructed in 1943 for the 1944 season, with 2" red fir from the bleachers of Bowman Field. Designed with an 8ft. hinged desk facing the diamond for Mac McCloskey to record th…