Pitcairn Patter: Clubs recognize scholarship recipients
By Patti Kemerer
Published: Sunday, May 27, 2012, 9:50 a.m.
The Pitcairn Lions Club and the Pitcairn Woman's Club held their annual "Reciprocity and Education Dinner" on May 14 in the Park Building.
The clubs recognized their 2012 scholarship recipients, borough employees and educators.
Scholarships were presented to Jon Antonich, Lions Club recipient; and Shannon Mignogna and Valonn Wallace, Woman's Club recipients.
Recognized for their service to the borough were borough manager Malisa Migliori; borough secretaries Judy Donis, Marguerite Holby and Carrie Kozier; council president John Prucnal; vice president Jack Bova; and council members George Burkhardt, Kevin Dick, Patsy Pizzuto and Rollo Vecchio.
The Lion's Club welcomed members of the new Propel Pitcairn School including Principal Robert Bischoff and assistant principal Jocelyn Artinger.
The Woman's Club presented them with a Pitcairn Banner to be placed outside of the school on Agatha Street.
Pitcairn residents are proud of our town's seniors who are graduating from Gateway High School.
In addition to the scholarship recipients, the following students also were honored at an awards ceremony at the high school May 16: Allyssa Anderson was the recipient of the Pittsburgh Technical Institute Art & Design Award; Aaron Barlow received the John F. Yothers Memorial Scholarship; Matt Bolen received the Chic Marston Memorial Scholarship and the Brandon Kuster Camp B Scholarship; Gabrielle Kuster received the GEA John Galagaza Memorial Scholarship; and Shannon Mignogna received the Gateway Band Boosters in Memory of Noah Gray Scholarship and the Monroeville Arts Council Scholarship.
Congratulations to all of our Pitcairn students and Gateway High School's Class of 2012.
Tomorrow, Friday, is "Free Movie Night" at the Park Building.
The feature, "We Bought a Zoo," will begin at 7 p.m. Popcorn and drinks will be provided.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Happy 80th birthday to Dorothy Fails!
Family and friends helped Dorothy celebrate this milestone event at a surprise party held Sunday at the Center Avenue United Methodist Church.
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