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Arlington Cemetery was the first stop on the way to Washington, D. C. for Keystone students. There they watched the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier, saw President John Kennedy's grave and paid espects to soldiers who gave their lives to protect freedom.Shown from left, are Mickey Kellam and Jeff Reuther . Reuther is an AmeriCorps Scholar in Service to Pa. for two years and co-president of the Twenty-One Plus Students (T.O.P.S.) Club.
Arlington Cemetery was the first stop on the way to Washington, D. C. for Keystone students. There they watched the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier, saw President John Kennedy's grave and paid espects to soldiers who gave their lives to protect freedom.Shown from left, are Mickey Kellam and Jeff Reuther . Reuther is an AmeriCorps Scholar in Service to Pa. for two years and co-president of the Twenty-One Plus Students (T.O.P.S.) Club.
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AmeriCorps Week was celebrated from March 9 through 17, throughout the United States. Keystone College features 13 AmeriCorps Scholars in Service to PA currently completing a minimum of 300 hours of service between August 2012 and August 2013. The college, in La Plume, has just received approval to continue the AmeriCorps Scholars in Service to PA Program for the upcoming year, 2013-2014.


In addition, Keystone College was selected for the President’s National Honor Roll for Community Service in Higher Education. This is the fourth consecutive year that Keystone College has been chosen for this honor and recognition.


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