Briefly Noted

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At the Swarthmore College and Community Store, a buy-one, give-one sale continues through the weekend. For each school supply item bought and donated there, the store will contribute an identical item, all to benefit local after-school tutoring for needy children. Swarthmore College students will collect the supplies, and distribute them Monday as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. Helping with the drive from the College are (left to right) Joyce Tompkins, religious and spiritual life adviser, students Abha Lal and Cameron Wiley, and Dion Lewis, director of the Black Cultural Center.

Personals

These local students were named to the fall semester Dean’s List at their respective colleges:
Nicholas Dudek of Wallingford and Timothy McCullough of Rose Valley at York College of Pennsylvania.
Jamie Kenney of Wallingford at Bucknell University.
Caleb Baukman of Wallingford and Rachel Zuppo of Rutledge at Kutztown University.

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Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School recently received two grants from the Connelly Foundation’s PACT (Promoting Achievement through Classroom Technology) program. The school will be receiving 30 new Chromebooks and a 3D printer, which will be used to expand the school’s STEM program, including its award-winning SeaPerch robotics program. Pictured holding the new computers are students (l. to r.): Nicholas Buxton (4th gr.), Sienna Walls (4th gr.), Maribel Haas (5th gr.), Madison Mitchell (5th gr.), and Aiden Babicki (4th gr.).

Gabriel Lehmen of Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School, pictured here with (l. to r.) principal Theresa Waters, Josephine Mandeville of the Connelly Foundation, and Rev. Edward Hallinan, pastor of St. John Chrysostom Parish, has been awarded a Neumann Scholarship to attend a Philadelphia Archdiocesan high school of his choice by the Connelly Foundation.

Gabriel Lehmen of Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School, pictured here with (l. to r.) principal Theresa Waters, Josephine Mandeville of the Connelly Foundation, and Rev. Edward Hallinan, pastor of St. John Chrysostom Parish, has been awarded a Neumann Scholarship to attend a Philadelphia Archdiocesan high school of his choice by the Connelly Foundation.

 

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