The Jersey Shore Lions' Club Citizen of the Month for March is Trent David Andrews son of Brenda and Larry Andrews of Jersey Shore.
Andrews' activities include prom committee, constitutional convention, Model U.N., mock trial and secretary of FBLA.
He is an active volunteer for his church and participates in its door-to-door ministry. Andrews completed an internship with the Webb Weekly and is employed by CVS Pharmacy as a pharmaceutical technician.
Andrews is a regular member on the distinguished honor roll. In an FBLA competition he placed second for public speaking at the regional level and will attend the state leadership conference this month. In addition, he and his teammates placed first in state competition and sixth at the national competition for FBLA's virtual business personal finance challenge.
Andrews enjoys playing basketball and football with friends, cars and attending car shows with his father, electronics, traveling, camping and hiking and jokes. He plans to become a full-time volunteer for the church, and pursue missionary endeavors in countries such as Ecuador and Costa Rica.
Shea Maier, a senior religion and philosophy major from Wellsboro, has been named as one of two Students of the Month for March at Thiel College, Greenville.
Maier is a prepared, engaged student whose varied interests include entrepreneurship, which earned her a Haller Scholarship and a business plan award. Maier is a student worker in the religion department and involved with the Environmental Club.
She is on the dean's list and a member of Theta Alpha Kappa (religion honorary). She is a former member of the softball team and loves spending time outdoors. She plans on working after graduation before deciding on a graduate program to pursue in the future.
Dana N. Miville, daughter of Paula and Jeff Miville, was named Watsontown Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for March.
Miville is a member of Student Council, FBLA, "Warrior" yearbook staff, Reading Club and is a library aide.
She also has participated in 5K races, in which she has received several trophies and medals.
She was an FBLA state qualifier in video production, is a member of the distinguished honor roll, is a distinguished summer reader and was voted "shyest" in her class. She is employed by PA Runners.
Following graduation she plans to attend Lock Haven University and major in pharmaceuticals to become a pharmacist or pharmacy technician. She also plans to pursue video production as a hobby and become involved in a video production.
Aaron W. Knopp, son of Brenda and Craig Knopp, was named Turbotville Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for March.
Knopp is a member of concert choir, Student Council, Spanish Club, National Honor Society and Defender Pride Club. He also is an American Red Cross regular blood donor.
He has been a member of the distinguished honor roll, is a two-time Defender Pride recipient, and is Wilkes University scholarship recipient.
Following graduation, he plans to attend Wilkes University and major in pharmacy and minor in business.
Warrior Run Middle School
Warrior Run Middle School announced the recipients of the Student of the Month Award for the month of February.
The recipients are chosen by a vote of the middle school faculty and the award is given to the member of each class that have the following qualifications: courteousness, eager to learn and participate in class, at least a C average, good school citizen, well rounded individual and shows leadership potential.
The award winners for the month of February are:
Grade 5 - Rachel Yohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Yohn.
Grade 6 - Cecilia Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown II.
Grade 7 - Kierra Trivelpiece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brent Trivelpiece.
Grade 8 - Sarah Jones, daughter of Ms. Michelle Jones.