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Cranberry Lions recognize Seneca Valley students for efforts in service, leadership

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Celebrating the Seneca Valley middle schoolers’ achievements were, from left, SVMS guidance counselors Robert Magerko, Jennifer North and Tammie Limmer; student awardees Isabelle Biase, Hollen Davinsizer and Cylie Aronsohn; and Tim Holt, Lions Club president. Submitted

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By Cranberry Journal
Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

The Cranberry Township Area Lions Club recognized three Seneca Valley Middle School students for their outstanding efforts in service and leadership. The SEI Award, which honors service, effort and initiative, is presented twice yearly by the Lions to recognize Seneca Valley Middle School students for their achievements and accomplishments, both in and out of the classroom.

The three students who were recognized are Isabelle Biase, Hollen Davinsizer and Cylie Aronsohn. They were honored with the “student of the month” award for the months of October, November and December, respectively. The recipients' families were guests of the club. Each SEI recipient was accompanied by family members, as guests of the Lions. Seneca Valley Middle School guidance counselors Robert Magerko, Tammie Limmer and Jennifer North also were on hand to share a list of the girls' outstanding achievements.

Tim Holt, club president, presented each student with a certificate of recognition and a $50 gift card to Barnes & Noble bookstore.

The Cranberry Township Area Lions Club meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at the North Park Deckhouse, located on Route 19, in Cranberry Township. Meetings include dinner and a program. New members are welcome.

For more information, contact Clyde Cameron, membership chairman, at 724-776-1935 or visit www.cranberrylions.org

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