Students of the Month
The Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for May is Kyle Edward Haltenhoff, son of Ed and Tammy Haltenhoff, of Jersey Shore.
Haltenhoff’s activities include National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Technology Student Association and has been a member of the tennis and swimming teams.
He served as sergeant at arms for TSA when he was a sophomore. Outside of school, Haltenhoff volunteers at church activities.
He has been employed by Camerer Farms and Susquehanna Trailways.
Haltenhoff is a regular member of the distinguished honor roll.
He has garnered regional, state and national awards for his work in TSA as well as both regional and state awards in FBLA competition.
He has earned varsity letters in swimming and tennis, as well as academic all-star recognition during both winter and spring seasons from the Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference.
Haltenhoff enjoys hunting and building computers along with keeping up on the latest advances in computer technology.
Following graduation, he plans to study applied networking and systems administration at Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.
The Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for May is Jordan Anne Collins, daughter of Rick and Wendy Collins, of Jersey Shore.
Collins’ activities include class committee, National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Spanish Extra Club, yearbook and has been a member of the track and field and tennis teams.
As a junior, Collins served as captain for track and field and as a senior, captain for tennis.
She is vice president for the Spanish Extra Club.
Outside of school, Collins serves as acolyte for church and is a member of her youth group. She volunteers at vacation Bible school and is employed by the Oval Country Store.
Collins is a three-year varsity letter winner in track and tennis.
She won the outstanding freshman award in track as well as the outstanding underclassman award the following two years.
As a senior, she was named an academic all-star in tennis for the Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference.
In addition, she has won the spirit, the hustle and the coach’s awards in tennis. She has earned regional recognition for her accomplishments in FBLA. As a freshman, she was selected as the Lioness student of the month.
Collins enjoys playing tennis, running, reading, shopping and traveling. Following graduation, she plans to attend Clarion University to become a physical therapist specializing in sports injuries.
Students of the Month
Cody A. Kerstetter, son of Charles and Jean Kerstetter, was named Outstanding Senior at Warrior Run High School for the month of April 2014. He attends the Lycoming Career and Technology Center (LycoCTC), Hughesville daily and is enrolled in the Protective Services Program. His awards include the LycoCTC Award – SkillsUSA and LycoCTC student of the month. He is employed at Country Cupboard in Lewisburg. After graduation he plans to enter a police academy to major in Law Enforcement, and to become a Pennsylvania State Police Officer.
The Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for April is Colton James Potter, son of Wade and Tammy Potter of Jersey Shore. Potter’s activities include football, baseball, Bible Club, Outdoor Club, Pep Club, National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.
Potter has been captain of the varsity baseball team for the past two years. He also serves as vice president of the National Honor Society.
Outside of school, he is leader at the 6:13 youth group and plays piano at church services. He has participated in two mission trips, one to Utah and the other to Papua New Guinea. In addition, Potter is employed by Bonner’s Sports and RVs.
He is a four-year varsity letter winner for baseball and as a sophomore he was selected for the all-state baseball team.
Potter enjoys hunting and helping others in need. Following graduation, he plans to attend Cedarville University to major in biblical studies with the goal of becoming a minister.
Demirae J. Hassinger, daughter of Michele Hassinger and Richard LeBarron, was named the Milton Rotary Club Vocational Student of the Month at Warrior Run high School for the month of April 2014. She is a member of FCCLA.
Outside of school she volunteers at the Milton Legion, volunteers at Turbotville Moser Fields, assists with the Milton VFW children’s functions, Milton Legion Ladies Auxiliary and is a Trinity Lutheran Church summer Bible camp volunteer.
Her achievements include receiving Defender Pride. She is employed at Buzz’s Pizza in Watsontown.
The Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for April is Julie D. Fryer, daughter of Traci and John Fryer, of Lock Haven.
Fryer’s activities include Bible Club, Future Career and Community Leaders of America, Future Business Leaders of America, mock trial, National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Technology Student Association, Yaw’s Student Government Seminar, concert choir, women’s ensemble, Constitutional Convention, Model U.N. and Relay For Life.
Fryer has served as vice president for Constitutional Convention and Model U.N. for two years. She also has been choir mentor for one year.
Outside of school, she serves as acolyte at her church and is the youth representative on the church’s administrative board. She is a member of the church choir and a Vacation Bible School teacher. She is a member of the Lock Haven chapter of Ducks Unlimited, is employed in the summers by T.A. Seeds Farm and does volunteer work for the Clinton County Historical Society.
Fryer was runner-up for the HOBY program, holds a varsity letter in choir and has earned the School Counts award. She qualified for state level competition for TSA and was a member of the district champion mock trial team. She was a member of the superior delegation at Model U. N. and has earned three superior delegate awards at that event.
Fryer enjoys politics, fishing, hunting, kayaking and reading. Following graduation, she plans to attend Lock Haven University to dual major in history and secondary education in social studies.
Carra M. Rishel, daughter of Bradley and Melinda Rishel, was named Turbotville Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for the month of April 2014. She participates in softball. Her awards include honor roll and PHAC Second Team in Softball. She is currently employed at The Bon-Ton at the Lycoming Mall in Muncy.
After graduation she plans to attend Penn College and major in nursing, to one day become a registered nurse.
Grace A. Lynn, daughter of Stephen Lynn and Judy Guthrie, was named Watsontown Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for the month of April.
She is president and editor of “Warrior” yearbook, member of Key Club, Meeting of the Minds, Defender Pride and Open Door.
Outside of school she participates in Christ Wesleyan Church Youth Group, Awana-Children Ministry, Christ Wesleyan Church and photography.
After graduation she plans to attend Messiah College to major in Biblical studies with a concentration on Youth Ministry, and minor in Photography.
After college she plans to become a youth pastor.
She also hopes to have a photography business as a hobby on the side.
LEWISBURG – Sarah Musser, of Picture Rocks, was named the Central Susquehanna LPN Career Center Student of the Month for March.
Students are recognized for exhibiting leadership qualities, showing exceptional nursing care in the clinical setting and for outstanding achievement in the classroom.
Musser is a graduate of Shikellamy High School and Allegheny Wesleyan College, Ohio. She is expected to complete training at the LPN Career Center in August, at which point she will be eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) to become a licensed practical nurse.
Located in Lewisburg, the LPN Career Center is operated by the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU) and is approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing (PSBN) and accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
For more information about the LPN Career Center, visit www.csiu.org/lpn.