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Neighborhood notes: Shenandoah
Toys for Tots
Sunday is the deadline for collecting items for the Marine Corps' Toys for Tots in the Strasburg area.
Further information is available by calling 465-3006.
Rebecca Armentrout, Kerigan Bly, Adam Bodkin, Megan Burris, Nicholas Campbell, Victoria Campbell, Alysia Coffelt, Colton Funk, Dakota Funkhouser, Holly Funkhouser, Lindsey Geraghty, Rebecca Goldsmith, Rachel Harriman, Kerigan Jenkins, Hannah Keane, Nicole Killen, Sophia Lederman, Gina Lucas, Amber Martoncik, Alexis Mathias, Benjamin Miller, Aaron Mullins, Lindsey Painter, Ian Priest, Cody Schuler, Jacob Smith, McKenzie Stickley, Laura Taylor, Rachel Tischler, Austin Weaver, Andrew Welliver, Allyson Willis and Keirsten Workman.
The following sixth-graders at Signal Knob Middle School have been named to the A-B honor roll for the second grading period:
Morgan Allen, Lillian Atwell, Matthew Barton, Peyton Binebrink, Wade Butler, Rachel Bynum, Thomas Coates, Alyssa Crider, Ansley Dawson, Hunter R. Dean, Rachel Gasch, Joseph Giallonardo, Bethany Goch-enour, Caleb Haines, Jordan Hawkins, Kelsey Henry, Courtney Jenkins, Emily Jones, Eli Keller, Tyler Lang, Glenn Ludwig, Suzanna McCoy, Zachary McDonald, Helen Miller, Kathleen Mumper, Sheldon Russell, Matthew Sharp, Jonathan Showalter, Ryan Smoot, Kimberly Stauf, Alyson Stickley, Randy Stokes and Christopher Williams.
The following 12th-graders at Strasburg High School have been named to the A honor roll for the second grading period:
Rana Abbas, Kayla del'-Aguila, Caisee Fogle, Sean Hall, Joseph Jackson, Donald Kib-ler, Marissa McGrath, Darren Neff, Victoria Putman, Chelsey Rickard, Zachary Stickley, Amanda Sweeny, Jesse Trent, Catherine Werner and Carroll Wongchote.
The following 12th-graders at Strasburg High School have been named to the A-B honor roll for the second grading period:
Samantha Bowman-Doane, Michael Brown, Grace Buck, Rebecca Coffman, Scott Coffman, Brittany Cover, Lindsey Dean, Krystal Edwards, Nicole Free, Valerie Hunt, Kara Jenkins, Deardra Kellison, Mallory Kerns, Marti Kerns, Lauren Key, Matthew Knonenborg, Ashley Laing, Kylie Latshaw, Jessica Malone, Courtney Mason, Timothy McCotter, Camron McInturff, Joshua Morrison, William Orndorff, Iona Parks, Alex Pfeiffer, Jonathan Ritenour, Amanda Shifflett, Erica Stinson, Andrew Taff, Cody Taylor, Bethany Wallace and Jonathan Wilson.
Travis Buhl, Edgar Cardoso, Christina Chroniger, Matthew Colbert, Cassie Conley, Robyn Cordle, Anahely Cruz, Maria Flores-Beserra, Kelsey Gonzalez, Travis Good, John Grandfield, Victoria Hilton, Gloria Juarez, Joshua Keiffer, Jessie Kull, Tyler Laughlin, Stephanie Lin, Juan Luna-Guerrero, Matthew McCampbell, Lauren Miller, Chasity Murden, Caitlin O'Connell, Sandra Ortiz, John-Michael Pirtle, Estefania Resendez-Garcia, Donald Sobanko, Kari Spitler, Morgan Swartz, Alicia Vann, Melissa Vasbinder, Allison Wilder, Brenna Wills and Brandon Wolfe.
The following ninth-graders at Stonewall Jackson High School have been named to the A-B honor roll for the second grading period:
Haylee Bowers, Amanda Bynaker, Ashlie Clar, Alexander Collins, Dillon Cullers, Jessica Deavers, Paul Dellinger, Brandon Dinges, Noah Dodge, Ashley Eickenhorst, Monica Esquivel, Dillon Frazier, Alicia Frye, Eric Green, Jordan Haberstroh, Tiffany Hammer, Maria Jimenez, Abbigail Kruger, Alexa Lazaro-Lopez, Neydi Marcelino-Garcia, Madeline McBride, Caleb Miller, Kelly Miller, Marisa Moomaw, Katlyn Polk, Emma Proctor, Troy Robertson, Tyler Rogers, Dylan Shirley, Holly Sine, Nathan Taylor, Ricky Tisinger and Trevor Warner.
The following students at Central High School were selected as a Falcon At Their Best for the first grading period:
Alex Atkins, Evelyn Argueta, Kendra Barb, Jenna Bennet, Shane Bollinger, Cody Bulatko, Maria Cardoso-Espinoza, Ariel Cary, Jesse Clark, Dakota Crisman, Chris Dellinger, Andrew Fleming, Wesley Grim, Cashin Hicks, Jordon Kirby, Rachel Lewis, Ashley Ortiz, Ashtin Martz, Leon McCray, Marshall Nicholas, Destine Rinker, Brendan Rohr, Anna Romero, Mel Shtanko, Megan Tusing and Charles Williams.
The Wesley Chapel Family and Community Education Club held its Christmas luncheon and party.
The club sent a donation to the Empty Stocking Fund and a food donation to the animal shelter.
Members sent 46 cards, made 40 sick visits and volunteered 54 hours last month.
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