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School News

The Belle Vernon Rotary honored ‘Students of the Month’ for 2024 from Frazier High School and Belle Vernon Area High School at Cedarbrook Clubhouse Grill on May 2.

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Belle Vernon Students of the Month (Pictured l to r) Addison Hoffman, Melina Stratigos, and Alayna Horne.
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Frazier Students of the Month(Pictured l to r) Brianna Krall and Claire Domonkos.

Joined by their families for a dinner meeting, the students shared with members and guests their activities and future plans.  Rotary members Chris Giannamore and Theresa McCulloch coordinated this event along with Frazier Interact sponsor Cindy Marr, and BVA Interact sponsor Amy Jennings. The students also heard the evening's speaker, Philip Renden, who retired as head of the Pittsburgh Division of the FBI, and Jack Wagner of the Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs organization.  

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