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Emily Long Crowned Miss Ligonier 2014

Emily Long was crowned Miss Ligonier 2014. She is a junior at Ligonier Valley High School.  She receives a $ 2,500 Scholarship and will participate in many community events during her reign. The 1st Runner Up is Madeleine Wolff, a Greensburg Central Catholic junior, who receives a $ $750 scholarship. Madeleine will assume the Miss... Read More

Posted on October 6, 2013Comments Off

Rachel Allison Crowned Miss. Ligonier

Rachel Allison  16 from Ligonier was selected  as Miss Ligonier from a group of 25 aspiring contestants only 24 attended as Miranda Jackson was unable to attend in the 53rd annual scholarship pageant sponsored by the Rotary Club of Ligonier. The Ligonier Valley High School junior, the daughter of  Ken and  Christine Allison was awarded a $2,500 scholarship .  Rachel... Read More

Posted on February 6, 2011Comments Off

Kelsey Rennels

Kelsey Rennels Kelsey Reynolds graduated from Greensburg Central Catholic High School on the honor roll every year. She lives in Stahlstown and has commuted to Greensburg for the high school years. She has been accepted at Philadelphia University to study architecture. She was a member of the National Honor Society and on the honor roll... Read More

Posted on February 6, 2011Comments Off

Paige Pecora

Paige Pecora graduated from the Ligonier Valley High School with outstanding academic achievement record. She exhibited leadership in all the many activities where she participated. Paige plans to achieve her career goals at St. Vincent College and Duquesne earning a degree as a Physician’s Assistant. She is an athlete : Swimming free style district champ... Read More

Posted on February 6, 2011Comments Off

Megan Gross

Megan Gross Megan Gross graduated from Ligonier Valley High School in the Health Occupations Technology curriculum at Eastern Westmoreland Career & Technology Center. She is a member of the National Technical Honor Society and a vice president of the District Career Vocational -Technical Clubs of America. Her career goal is to earn an associate degree... Read More

Posted on February 6, 2011Comments Off

Joel Faber

Each year the club awards three scholarships of $ 1,500 to graduating seniors residing in the Ligonier Valley School District. The scholarships are based upon academic achievement, leadership qualities, community service, and financial need. One of the scholarships is designated to go to a student graduating from a vocational program at the Eastern Westmoreland Career... Read More

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