The Lock Haven University Biology Club held its annual Earth Day festival on Sunday, April 22 in the Student Recreation Center. The first event was held on campus in 1990.
The event included a bounce house, children’s crafts, an “Oobleck” pool, stream water invertebrate identification, biological displays, and an animal show by Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland. Approximately 150 community members attended the event.
“The club students have worked exceptionally hard to reach out to the community in this outstanding event. I am very proud of them and their passion for all the living organisms on Earth,” said Heather Bechtold, Biology Club director.
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