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Torrey Smith (far left), 2008 graduate of the SUN Tech Art program visited the school to accept a donation for the Sunbury YMCA Art Center. Students in the Advertising Art & Design program donated $268 as a result of money collected through Dress Down Days. Every first and third Friday, students paid $2 and were permitted to wear the dress down day t-shirt with jeans instead of their typical uniform. The t-shirt design was an in-class competition using Adobe Illustrator and won by student Victoria Clark (Lewisburg School District, shown holding the right side of the banner). Instructor, Kim McBride (2nd from left) shows the dress down day shirt.  

 

 

Throughout the 2012-2013 school year students in Health Professions 201 collected pop tabs for Shriner’s Children’s Hospital.  The talley at the end of the school year was 45 pounds!

2013 Criminal Justice program with Chief Deputy Hahn.

2013 Criminal Justice program with Chief Deputy Hahn.

On May 1, 2013 Union County Chief Deputy Scott Hahn came to SUN Area Technical Institute with his partner, K9 King. The Criminal Justice program was proud to present Hahn with a check for $200 to support the K9 Unit, which is funded exclusively with community donations. The money was raised by participating in Dress Down Days throughout the school year.

Back row: Tonya Struble, Jessica Brouse Johnson (Zumba Instructor), Robin Harvey; Front Row : Tiffany Shaffer(Student), Nicole Brouse(Student), Mary Brouse, Miranda Mitchell(Student), & Jessica Kaler(Student)

Back row: Tonya Struble, Jessica Brouse Johnson (Zumba Instructor), Robin Harvey; Front Row : Tiffany Shaffer(Student), Nicole Brouse(Student), Mary Brouse, Miranda Mitchell(Student), & Jessica Kaler(Student)

The Health Professions program recently held a Zumba fundraiser for their local HOSA chapter.  The raised funds will be used to cover the costs of an upcoming competition.

Precision Machining is once again making clocks as a fundraiser.  The clocks are made from Corian countertop material and can be cut to just about any design you can think of.  Sold for $25 apiece.  Contact the Precision Machining instructor

for details.

The Precision Machining program is seeking donations for Toys for Tots from December 3 through the 19th.  Help us make this Christmas special for children and parents in need by dropping off your donations at the main office or the Precision Machining program.

SUN Tech’s HOSA participants will be having a pancake breakfast at the Barnyard on January 21st, 2012. Tickets are $6.00 and the meal is all you can eat.

We will also be having a yard sale on location. See you there!