Penguins need more from Crosby, Malkin
Pirates break out of slump
Something about Mary’s pitching that sparks PT to key win
Jozwiakowski, Fort Cherry continue winning track tradition
Case of Burgettstown child who starved to death back in Washington County Court
Three plead guilty in Ta’Niyah Thomas killing
First Energy plans to dump coal ash at Hatfield’s Ferry landfill
Softball, baseball finalists were big hits
High school baseball roundup: Cal’s Previsky drives in 7 as Trojans roll
Voytik growing comfortable in new-look Pitt offense
Published: August 16, 2013
Washington Hospital School of Nursing student Jamie Granato has received the 2013 Florence Ellison Lazzaro Scholarship. Lazzaro was a 1949 graduate of Charleroi High School, a 1953 graduate of Washington Hospital School of Nursing and a 1971 graduate of California University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor of science degree. She was a nurse and night supervisor at Charleroi-Monessen Hospital for many years. She developed and taught the medical assistant program at Mon Valley Technology Center for 22 years. The $1,000 award is granted annually to qualified students, with preference given to Charleroi or Bethlehem-Center High School graduates. The scholarship was created with donations from family and friends after Lazzaro died in 2008. With Granato is Lazzaro’s husband, Dr. Anthony Lazzaro.
What do you think?
Brought to you by
Jessop Community Federal Credit Union
comments powered by Disqus.