The Penn-Trafford Community Education Foundation announced the winners of its 2013 student-activity grant winners this month. Receipts include:
• Janice Ruoff, $1,250 for Trafford Middle School Drama Club to buy wireless performance microphones.
• Lynda Risnear and Rosemary Knapp, $900 for e-readers and e-books for the Penn Middle School reading competition team.
• Kelly Pratt, $529 for an after-school workshop at Harrison Park Elementary School concerning the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
• Denise Yackovich and Riley McNally, $500 for an outdoor picnic table for the Penn Middle School random-act-of-kindness program.
• Trafford Elementary School, $450 for student book club.
• Level Green Elementary School, $450 for student book club.
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