Former farmer-in-chief gets job as dean
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#1 Feb 3, 2011
Congratulations to Mr. Redding and to Delaware Valley. Great opportunity for both of them.
Nice to see an Adams County alum in such a position of influence.
#2 Feb 3, 2011
That did'nt take long,, I'm sure this was in the makings for awhile. Redding was smart enough to know That Corbett was'nt gonna keep him on the pay roll for doing nothing for the farmers!
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