Madison Lopiccolo, Patrick O’Connor and Madeline Bresch were each presented with a certificate of recognition for their achievements.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
On January 25, the Cranberry Township Area Lions Club held its first of two Service, Effort and Initiative nights of the year. These SEI ceremonies took place to honor three outstanding Seneca Valley Middle School students for their tremendous achievements, both in and out of the classroom. King Lion Andy Newell and club secretary Tim Roscoe anchored the ceremony along with Middle School guidance counselor Robert Magerko. The three students, Madison Lopiccolo, Patrick O’Connor and Madeline Bresch were each presented with a certificate of recognition. Each recipient also was presented with a $50 gift certificate to Barnes & Noble Bookstore. The three students were named student of the month for October, November and December. Each student…
Alex Miller's design for "Vision of Peace" was the regional winner in contest sponsored by the Lion's Club.
A seventh-grader at Seneca Valley Middle School, Alexandra Miller, 12, always has liked to draw. Typically, her favorite subjects are room design, but earlier this school year, she gave peace a chance. Now she's being rewarded to it. Alex, as she likes to be called, is the regional winner of the Lion's Club International Peace Poster contest. Every year, the Cranberry Lion's Club invites several local schools to participate in the contest for students age 11 to 13. This year's theme was "Vision of Peace." After winning at the regional level, Alex and her poster will move on to the state competition. If she wins there, her next move is to compete at the national and then international level. The Lions organization selects 24 international …