MIDD-WEST HIGH SCHOOL
JANUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Emma Danae Kelsey, eighth grade, is the daughter of Clark and Carlene Kelsey, of McClure. In school she enjoys being part of the stage crew for the plays. Some of her hobbies include reading, church youth group, photography and animals. Her future plans include photography and writing. She is hoping to work for a newspaper someday.
Alexis Aucker, ninth grade, is the daughter of Larry and Jennifer Aucker, of Kreamer. While at school Alexis enjoys participating in the Mustang Wear Club, playing softball and receiving distinguished honor roll status. Some of her hobbies include spending time with her family and friends and going shopping. Her future plans include attending college and becoming an elementary school teacher.
Lea Readinger, 10th grade, is the daughter of Timothy Readinger, of Paxtonville, and Marcia Wickham, of Richfield. She enjoys participating in the school musical, National Honor Society, choir and stage crew. In her spare time she enjoys relaxing by reading, writing, singing and painting. She would like to attend college for psychology.
Tessa Bonson, 11th grade, is the daughter of Don and Diana Bonson, of Beaver Springs. She is a member of Class Congress and Health Careers Club. She enjoys horseback riding and photography. She was also selected as the McClure Bean Soup Fair and Festival Queen. Her future plans include attending college and becoming a specialized registered nurse.
Jewelia Stacey, 12th grade, is the daughter of Jeffrey and Lisa Stacey, of Beavertown. Some of her school activities include participating in FBLA during her 11th and 12th grade year and being treasurer of the FBLA during her 12th grade year. She also is a Class Congress member and assistant treasurer of the senior class. Some of her outside interests include reading, listening to music, and spending time with her family and pets. She is planning on attending college majoring in law with the hopes of becoming a successful lawyer.
MIDD-WEST HIGH SCHOOL
Raise the Region to aid more than 200 nonprofit groups
SUNBURY — More than 200 nonprofit groups from across the Susquehanna Valley will participate in the second annual “Raise the Region” fundraiser this week.Continued ...
Midd-West High School Students of the Month for February
MIDDLEBURG -- The Midd-West High School Students of the Month for February have been announced.Continued ...
14th Annual Hoopie Bar Crawl Benefits PACFI
SELINSGROVE — Will either Bot’s Tavern or BJ’s Steak & Sea House take home the 14th Annual Hoopie Bar Crawl trophy, or will The Selinsgrove Hotel win the title for the sixth year in a row?Continued ...
Clothing & Shoe Collection
SELINSGROVE — The Union-Snyder Community Action Agency is hosting clothing and shoe collections at the Snyder County East Building, at 713 Bridge St., SelinsgroveContinued ...
CareerLink to Host Two Job Fairs
SUNBURY — Pennsylvania CareerLink Northumberland/Snyder/Union Counties will host two job fairs.Continued ...
SUMCD, Inc. to award three $500 college scholarships
MIFFLINBURG — Snyder, Union, Mifflin Child Development (SUMCD), Inc., will award three $500 college scholarships to high school seniors who were enrolled in the agency’s Head Start program as children and who plan to continue their education in a post-secondary school that awards associate or bachelor degrees.Continued ...
Relay For Life Pampered Chef Book Party
KREAMER — Kreamer Feed Relay For Life team, Feed for Speed, is hosting a Pampered Chef fundraiser.Continued ...
Relay For Life Ceremony to Honor Cancer Survivors and Remember Those Lost
SELINSGROVE — A special luminaria ceremony to be held during the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Selinsgrove will remember those lost to cancer and honor those who have survived.Continued ...
- Raise the Region to aid more than 200 nonprofit groups