From left: James A. Troha, president at Juniata; Teri Blanchard, interim vice president for finance and administration at Juniata; Staci Shuck, co-owner of Grove’s Office Supplies; and Jeff Shuck, co-owner of Grove’s Office Supplies, pose after signing an agreement to operate the renovated and renamed student store, Headwaters at Juniata. The name is inspired by the painting in between, called “Headwaters at Juniata,” by Thomas Cole. Cole is an early American painter who is noted for his wilderness scenes and for being a founder of the The Hudson River School of painters.
From left: James A. Troha, president at Juniata; Teri Blanchard, interim vice president for finance and administration at Juniata; Staci Shuck, co-owner of Grove’s Office Supplies; and Jeff Shuck, co-owner of Grove’s Office Supplies, pose after signing an agreement to operate the renovated and renamed student store, Headwaters at Juniata. The name is inspired by the painting in between, called “Headwaters at Juniata,” by Thomas Cole. Cole is an early American painter who is noted for his wilderness scenes and for being a founder of the The Hudson River School of painters. Photo provided
From left: James A. Troha, president at Juniata; Teri Blanchard, interim vice president for finance and administration at Juniata; Staci Shuck, co-owner of Grove’s Office Supplies; and Jeff Shuck, co-owner of Grove’s Office Supplies, pose after signing an agreement to operate the renovated and renamed student store, Headwaters at Juniata. The name is inspired by the painting in between, called “Headwaters at Juniata,” by Thomas Cole. Cole is an early American painter who is noted for his wilderness scenes and for being a founder of the The Hudson River School of painters. Photo provided

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