Carnegie student aspires to a career in motor sports
Published: Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Sierra Leigh Salmen of Carnegie, a 2013 graduate of Carlynton High School and Parkway West Career Technology Center, was honored at a dinner at Nevillewood with six other recipients of a 2013 Carnegie-Collier Rotary Club scholarship.
Salmen had been on the honor roll and director's list at Carlynton.
She will attend WyoTech-Blairsville Campus this month for motorsports chassis fabrication with a specialization in hot rod restoration.
Her plans after college include an internship in one of NASCAR's team shops in Morrisville, N.C.
She is the daughter of Mona Salmen of Carnegie.
Salmen also has received the I-Car Scholarship. University of Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship and OVR Grant.
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