Kelly M. Kilgus
TURBOTVILLE - Kelly M. Kilgus, daughter of Robert and Susan Kilgus Jr., Muncy, was named Outstanding Senior at Warrior Run High School for the month of November.
The award, sponsored by Milton and Warrior Run School Districts and area businesses and organizations, recognizes outstanding students in area schools.
In school, Kilgus is vice president for the class of 2009 and a member of Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Key Club, Leo Club, French Club and Outdoor Club.
She also participates in girl's softball.
Outside of school she participates in Warrior Run Heritage Days volunteer, and volunteers with her church and the American Red Cross. She also plays Little League Softball.
She was the 2008 Warrior Run Flaming Foliage Representative, 2008 Girl's State Representative, 2008 Building Leaders for the Susquehanna Valley Graduate, 2007 Hugh O' Brian (HOBY) Representative and 2007 Make A Difference representative.
She is employed by Weis Markets, Muncy. After graduation she plans to attend a four-year college.
Erica E. Lutcher
TURBOTVILLE - The Turbotville Lions Club's Student of the Month for November is Erica E. Lutcher, daughter of Craig and Lisa Lutcher, McEwensville.
She is a member of Key Club, Spanish Club and Choir. Outside of school she is active with her church youth group. She is employed as a babysitter.
After graduation she plans to attend Messiah College to major in Christian ministries with emphasis on congregational, and find a job in the church and eventually go to seminary.
Abigail G. Mills
TURBOTVILLE - The Watsontown Lions Club's Student of the Month for November is Abigail G. Mills, daughter of Philip and Elizabeth Mills, Watsontown.
In school, she is a member of National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Outdoor Club and Leo Club.
She also participates in journalism, concert band, jazz band, marching band and choir. She is a volunteer at Evangelical Community Hospital, Lewisburg.
Her awards include 2007 Certificate of Achievement, Summer Reading Program; Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award; Journalism Award; and American Legion Auxiliary Award.
After graduation she plans to attend college to study foreign relations.
JERSEY SHORE - Jared Fisher, a ninth-grade student at Jersey Shore Area Middle School, was selected as the Jersey Shore Lioness Club November Student of the Month.
He resides in Cogan Station and is the son of Laurie Fisher and the late David Fisher, a lifelong dairy farmer.
Fisher sets a positive example and motivates others to follow. He participates in numerous school activities and the community. He is a member of FBLA, football and basketball.
When he isn't involved with school activities he takes great interest in working on the family farm and spending time with his family and friends.
He possesses the ability to dedicate his time to school activities and good grades, while at the same time directing his attention to the family dairy farm, school officials said.
JERSEY SHORE - Gabrielle Chappel, a ninth-grade student at the Jersey Shore Area Middle School, was selected as the Jersey Shore Lioness Club September Student of the Month.
Chappel resides in Jersey Shore with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Chappel.
She possesses the characteristics that enable her to be considered a student leader, a motivator and sets a positive example, school officials said. She is a good academic student, active in school, community and other activities.
She is a member of FBLA, Student Council, Drama Club, Key Club, Spanish Extras, tennis, and track and field. She enjoys reading, playing the piano and is actively involved in the West Branch Tennis Club clinics.
into honor society
Announcement has been made that Nathaniel Eldredge has been inducted into the Juniata College Honor Society, Huntington. The honor society consists of junior and senior students selected on the basis of outstanding academic achievement and leadership ability.
Eldredge also was inducted into the Gamma Sigma Epsilon Honor Society, a national chemistry society founded in 1919 at Davidson College, Davidson, N.C. There are now 51 chapters in 19 states. Eldredge is serving as president of Rho Epsilon, the Juniata College chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon for the 2008-09 academic year.
A 2005 graduate of Loyalsock Township High School, Eldredge is a senior majoring in biochemistry. He will graduate from Juniata in May 2009 and plans to pursue a degree in internal medicine.
He is the son of Scott and Deanna Eldredge of Williamsport.