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Lebanon Valley College

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  • Lloyd Smucker, U.S. Congress
    K. Smucker, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pa., January 23, 1964; attended Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa.; attended Franklin & Marshall College, Lancast...
  • Horace Sowers Kephart (1862 - 1931)
    Sowers Kephart, writer, outdoorsman, and librarian, was born in East Salem, Pa., the son of Isaiah L., a teacher, editor, and clergyman, and Mary Elizabeth Sowers Kephart. His ancestors had been among ...
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    Hinkey Haines, Professional Athlete (1898 - 1979)
    Henry Luther "Hinkey" Haines (December 23, 1898 – January 9, 1979) was a professional athlete who played American football in the National Football League and baseball in the Major League Baseball asso...
  • Rev. Jere R. Martin (1935 - 2015)
    Reverend Jere R. Martin, 80, died at Hospice & Community Care, Mount Joy, PA, on September 15, 2015. Born June 17, 1935 in Lancaster, PA. Jere retired from the United Methodist Church, formerly Evangel...

Lebanon Valley College (LVC, Lebanon Valley, or The Valley) is a private college in Annville, Pennsylvania.

Lebanon Valley College was founded on February 23, 1866, with classes beginning May 7 of that year and its first class graduating in 1870. Expenses at this time for a full year were $206.50 (equal to approximately $4,430 in 2022) and remained relatively unchanged for the next 50 years.

LVC offers more than 40 majors of study, as well as graduate and doctorate programs.[13] Additionally, students may study abroad in Argentina, China, Dominican Republic, England, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, and Spain, as well as at domestic programs in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

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