Marfisi earns finance award
Dominic Marfisi, of Bethlehem, was honored during Albright College’s end-of-year Honors and Awards Ceremony on May 5. The Liberty HS graduate and Business Administration- Finance major earned the Josh Laychock Award in Finance.
The award is given to a junior or senior finance track student who has completed at least two of three specific finance track courses and who has a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 at the time of the award.
Spirk named ‘Outstanding Student’
BASD: Cable channel runs 24/7
The BASD TV cable channel is up and running. The station runs 24 hours, seven days a week on RCN Channel 67 and Service Electric Channel 265.
Broughal MS: Academic Expo May 29
After nearly five months of blocking, vocal, and dance rehearsals, members of Liberty theatre’s cast and crew performed a beautiful production of “Beauty and the Beast” April 11-13. Over 70 actors, 25 musicians, 30 crew members, a team of costume mistresses, and four directors contributed to the creation of a fairytale-like musical of dancing silverware and enchanted objects.
Family members: My parents are Jennifer and David Zambo. I have two younger sisters, Emma and Sarah.
Favorite subject: My favorite subjects are physics because I enjoy math and science, and government because I enjoy debating, public speaking and discussing current events.
Moravian College graduation events
Baccalaureate will be held at 5 p.m. on May 10, in Central Moravian Church, 73 W. Church St. Commencement 2019 will begin at 10 a.m. on May 11 on the John Makuvek Field behind the Haupert Union Building, between W. Locust, W. Laurel and Monacacy streets and Mauch Chunk Road. Please do not wear spiked or stiletto high heels; a thicker or wedge heel will work best.
BASD: Parent Tech Academy
Who knew a bunch of elementary school students could possibly plan over an hour’s worth of material to showcase all on their own? Fountain Hill ES Leadership Day Prep Club had its first ever ‘student only’ planned Leadership Day Feb. 22 and it was spectacular. This year’s event was planned by students under the supervision of kindergarten and first grade teacher Victoria Knepp and themed around Dr. Seuss and his children’s books.
Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical Students have been preparing for the upcoming Lehigh Valley Autism Walk to be hosted at the SteelStacks April 27. Students have been preparing the famous puzzle pieces made of particle board that the children customize to their own design. So far the students cut, sanded and base coated 350 pieces. Approximately e18 students have assisted in preparing the pieces and another 21 students will participate in the walk.