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Published: January 4, 2013
Nine members of Girl Scout Troop 54138 recently earned the Silver Award and were honored at a ceremony at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Bentleyville. They are, front row, from left, Jaidyn Fronzaglio of Charleroi, Dia Lusk of Cokeburg, Victoria Cicci of Cokeburg and Samantha Wessel of Bentleyville; middle row, Rachel Woessner of Bentleyville, Daria Motichak of Eighty Four and Katherine Marodi of Bentleyville; and back, Florence Johnson of Scenery Hill and Elizabeth Ambrose of Eighty Four. The projects they did were as follows: • Fronzaglio, a freshman at Charleroi High School, tutored students in art during her study hall and helped the art teacher at Charleroi Middle School. • Cicci, Lusk, Marodi and Wessel, freshmen at Bentworth High School, took a baby-sitting course, received CPR training and held the Silver Stars Baby-sitting Club for 4- to 8-year-olds at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Bentleyville. • Johnson, a freshman at Bentworth High School, created lessons and taught Sunday school at Cokeburg Presbyterian Church. • Ambrose, Motichak and Woessner, freshmen at Bentworth High School, planned and collected donations to create a flower garden at the LeMoyne Center, and they taught a class about the importance of gardening.
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