Students of the Month
The Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for April is Jason Anthony Poor, son of John Poor and Lori J. Poor, of Cogan Station.
Poor has been a member of chorus, men’s ensemble, Mosaic, Drama Club and Chess Club.
He served as secretary of the Chess Club as a junior and was selected as Jersey Shore’s Town Crier for the annual town meeting held during the Independence Day holiday. His accomplishments have been recognized through choir awards and a varsity letter in choir.
Poor enjoys playing ukulele, keyboard, harmonica, saxophone and dulcimer. He also enjoys singing, participating in stage musicals, knitting and reading science fiction.
Following graduation, he plans to attend Clarion University to major in accounting and minor in theatre.
The Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for April is Alanna Joy Carnes, daughter of Robert and Korrie Carnes, of Jersey Shore.
She has been a member of the National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, chorus, women’s ensemble, Mosaic, Drama Club and school musicals.
Carnes has served as Drama Club vice president, as well as choir mentor, vice president and president. She is an active member of her church worship team and youth group.
She volunteers her time for the Global Aid Network (GAIN) and for mission trips to areas in need. She also has earned varsity letters in choir and appears regularly on the distinguished honor roll.
Carnes enjoys playing acoustic guitar, going on hikes, reading and watching movies.
Following graduation, she plans to attend Messiah College to major in secondary education, history and English.
Students of the Month
The Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for March is Isabella May Bubb, daughter of Melissa and Paul Bubb of Linden.
She is a member of the National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Outdoor Club, Pep Club, class committee, prom committee, homecoming committee, yearbook and also has participated in softball and basketball, school musicals and Relay For Life.
Bubb served as captain for the basketball team. Outside school, she is a student leader at Fairlawn Community Church. She was a member of the Dominican Republic missions team and of the Philly missions team and is active in youth fellowship.
She holds a varsity letter for softball along with two varsity letters for basketball and has been named a Pennsylvania Heartland Conference Academic All Star.
Following graduation, she plans to attend Messiah College or St. Francis University to study occupational therapy.
The Business and Professional Women’s Club Girl of the Month for March is Karley Ann Oeler, daughter of Kim Musser and Gene Oeler, of Jersey Shore.
She is a member of the National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, National Business Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Pep Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Outdoor Club, prom committee, class committee, homecoming committee, yearbook and also has participated in basketball, Relay For Life and school musicals.
Oeler has served as both vice president and president of the class of 2015. She serves as president for yearbook and is captain of her Relay For Life team. As a freshman and a sophomore, she was chosen to represent her class on the homecoming court. She placed third in regional competition for FBLA and holds a varsity letter in basketball.
Following graduation, she plans to attend Penn State University, State College, to major in communications.
Marissa Gonzalez, daughter of Lisa and Chad Epright and Luis and Jane Gonzalez, was chosen by the faculty as South Williamsport Area High School’s March Senior of the Month.
Gonzalez has been a member of the stage and lighting crew for drama productions, and has participated in track and tennis. She has been a member of several committees, including prom and formal committees as a member of the student council and also served on the MiniTHON committee, in which she has served as chair. She also has been the girls varsity basketball manager and has been a member of Young Life, Peace Corps Club, Teen Contacts, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Key Club and has served as fundraising chair for the National Honor Society.
She has been involved in Faith United Methodist Church Youth Group, where she has participated in Hope for Cambodia activities as well as several missions trips including construction work in the Bahamas, Hurricane Sandy relief in New Jersey and Week of Hope in Pittsburgh.
Following graduation, she plans to attend Messiah College.
Andrew B. Wagner, son of Lorie and Bryan Wagner, was named Outstanding Senior at Warrior Run High School for the month of March.
Wagner participates in classic arcade gaming, outdoor camping and Northumberland County Foster Care System. He has received a Camp Cadet Completion Award, Spanish Vocalization Award and has been a member of the honor roll.
Following graduation, he plans to attend Lock Haven University and major in applied computer science and information systems.
William A. Miller, son of Tanya and Warren Miller, was named Turbotville Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for the month of March.
He is a member of the Robotics Club and the Spanish Club and participates in Venturing Crew 007. He also has been a member of the honor roll.
Following graduation, he plans to join the Army.
William M. Michael, son of Kellie and William Michael, was named Watsontown Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for the month of March.
He is captain of the football team and has received a varsity letter in football and baseball. He was named second team all conference running back and defensive back, selected to play in the district four all-star football game, has been the Milton Rotary Club Vocational Student of the Month and a member of the honor roll.
Following graduation, he plans to attend Susquehanna University and major in sociology. He also is considering a carrier in the Marines following college graduation.
Sean M. Morehart, son of Denise and Dave Morehart was named Milton Rotary Club Vocational Student oft he Month at Warrior Run High School for the month of March.
He has been a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams and also participates in the Army reserves and is a member of the Holy Spirit Evangelical Lutheran Church.
He received varsity letters in football basketball and baseball, received the 2014 Warrior Run Tri-Athlete Award and has been named the Watsontown Lions Club Student of the Month.
He serves in the Army reserves as an interment and resettlement specialist and would like to pursue a career in corrections after the completion of basic training and AIT.