Wall that Heals


Fayette County Cultural Trust and Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus received donations for the arrival and display for The Wall That Heals, which is scheduled to be at the campus from Oct. 11-15. Pictured (front row, from left) are Chip Rowan, Community Marketing Manager for Armstrong; Fayette County Commissioner Vince Vicites; Julia (Connie) Sagosky with the Daughters of the American Revolution - Fort Necessity Chapter; John Thoma, General Manager of Armstrong; (back row, from left) Commissioners Scott Dunn and Dave Lohr; Dr. W. Charles Patrick, Chancellor of Penn State Fayette, and Dan Cocks, Executive Director of Fayette County Cultural Trust.

The Fayette County Cultural Trust is continuing its work to bring The Wall That Heals to Fayette County in October.

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