Name: Taylor Fazzini
School: Shikellamy High
Parents: Hal and Lori Fazzini
My talent or hobbies: In my free time, I enjoy playing guitar, making jewelry, playing tennis and reading.
Among the leadership positions I have held: I’m president of Spanish Club and vice president of Chess Club. Last year I was junior representative for marching band.
Among my special achievements and awards: I’m a graduate of Building Leaders for the Susquehanna Valley. Last year, I was inducted into National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society.
How I have given back to the community: I participate in my church’s food pantry. I also created a library donation program at my school. I spend a few hours a week recycling with the National Honor Society.
My plans upon graduation: I’m going to college to earn a master’s degree in aerospace engineering. I hope to work with Lockheed Martin or NASA.
Why I was selected as a Young American: I’m very dedicated to both my academics and the various clubs and activities I participate in. I’m always striving to better myself, not just as a student, but as a member of the community. I do my best to help everyone around me.
What you should know about me: Over the years I’ve come to realize how truly lucky we are in America. We have running water, electricity and schools for our children; other countries don’t have near the opportunities we are given. Because of this, I try my best to be thankful for everything I have.
Name: Taylor Fazzini
Free Trash Disposal for Residents with the City of Sunbury
SUNBURY — The City of Sunbury in conjunction with the Sunbury Municipal Authority will be offering free trash disposal for residents within the City of Sunbury.Continued ...
Milton Area High School Rotary Student of the Month for March
MILTON -- Bryann Brennan has been named the Milton Area Senior High School Rotary Student of the Month for March. He is the son of Bill and Mary Beth Brennan, of Milton.Continued ...
Southside Fire Company report for March 2014
RIVERSIDE – Southside Fire Company answered six calls and volunteered 25.5 man hours during the month of March. The calls answered by the fire company are as follows:Continued ...
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Raffle Event Benefits Geisinger Janet Weis Children’s Hospital’s ThinkBIG Pediatric Cancer Fund
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Northumberland County Dog Owners Urged to Purchase 2014 Dog Licenses
HARRISBURG — Northumberland County Treasurer Kevin Gilroy reminded all dog owners to purchase a 2014 dog license as required by Pennsylvania law.Continued ...
New Certified Welding Inspector D1.1 Seminar
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First in Our Hearts” Portrayal of George Washington Set For April 17 at Northumberland County Historical Society
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- Free Trash Disposal for Residents with the City of Sunbury