Retired Penn State professor and State College resident George Etzweiler, center, climbs Mount Washington in New Hampshire on June 18 with his son, Larry, right, and grandson Robert. It is the 11th time George Etzweiler, 96, has summited the mountain in the annual race up the 7.6-mile road.
Retired Penn State professor and State College resident George Etzweiler, center, climbs Mount Washington in New Hampshire on June 18 with his son, Larry, right, and grandson Robert. It is the 11th time George Etzweiler, 96, has summited the mountain in the annual race up the 7.6-mile road. Joe Viger Photo provided
Retired Penn State professor and State College resident George Etzweiler, center, climbs Mount Washington in New Hampshire on June 18 with his son, Larry, right, and grandson Robert. It is the 11th time George Etzweiler, 96, has summited the mountain in the annual race up the 7.6-mile road. Joe Viger Photo provided

State College’s George Etzweiler completes another run up Mount Washington

June 28, 2016 09:09 PM

UPDATED June 29, 2016 12:06 PM

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