|The women recognized by the YWCA Tri-County Area's Tribute to Exceptional Women in May. (Hey, we're catching up here OK?)|
Blogger's Note: Summer is a slower time in the news business. Schools are out of session,
Here is a big one that was provided by the Pottstown School District but slipped through the cracks ... until now. We're happy to present it here for your illumination.
Partisan note: It is with no small amount of partisanship that I point out how often the name of Lincoln Elementary School, my neighbrhood school and my son's alma mater, appears in this list. (It's five,but who's counting?)
Congratulations to the young women of the Pottstown School District who were honored at the Tri-County YWCA Tribute To Exceptional Women (in May).
The tribute honors the accomplishments of girls who have had an impact on their peers,school and community.
Alyssa Dlutz, a Pottstown High School senior, senior received the Coretta Scott King Award for her efforts to start a charity to help children in hospitals.
Leah Blackwell, a 4th grader at Lincoln Elementary School was named the Junior Coretta Scott King Award winner. She has held leadership positions in Reading Olympics, lunch crew and school safety.
The Performing Arts Award went to Pottstown High School Junior Juliana Roseo.
Lincoln Elementary School Fourth grader Saniyah Fox received the Health Award.
The Fine Arts Award went to Lincoln Elementary School Fourth grader Lily Garber.
Madeleine Heidel, a Rupert Elementary School Fourth grader was recognized with the Creative Expression Award.
Lincoln Elementary School Fourth grader Ciara Rios earned the Wellness Award.
The Health and Wellness Award was presented to Pottstown High School Tenth grader Emme Wolfel (a Lincoln Elementary School alum).
Pottstown High School Eleventh grader Emily Hart was named the Raising Star Award winner.
The Creative Expression Award was earned by Pottstown High School Eleventh grader Keirsten Hickey.
"These young ladies are our future leaders and reason why we say Proud to be from Pottstown," wrote John Armato, tireless Pottstown Schools advocate.