By Paul Miller
Knightly News Co-adviser
The Knightly News Podcast is proud to release Episode #43, featuring President Emeritus Todd Milano during his last few days with the school, as he will retire after 42+ years with Central Penn College.
During the program, Milano tells several key stories about the history of Central Penn, including new details about our founding date, the interaction with the Boyer family when purchasing the Boyer House, and the back-story of Henszey’s Bridge and how it came to Summerdale.
Milano is an avid seeker of history about the college, and even visited the grave site of the founder of the school at a Virginia cemetery in recent weeks.
The podcast is also joined by Knightly News President Sherri Long, a 1989 alumna, who is in her final term prior to completing her Bachelor of Science degree in Communications.
In his final days before retirement, he looks forward to the future of Central Penn.
“May (Central Penn) inspire students to grow beyond their wildest dreams.” Milano said on the podcast. “And may those students as graduates, go out and locate careers, not jobs, careers that excite them, as they work their hardest to make this world a better place.”
Finally, President Emeritus Milano would like to invite all interested parties to a president portrait unveiling of Todd and Bart Milano on Nov. 22 in the ATEC Lobby from 10 – 11 a.m. This will be his last day with the college before retirement.
This episode may also be found at our SoundCloud page: https://soundcloud.com/user-511685837/the-knightly-news-podcast-episode-43-todd-milano