At the April meeting of the Woman's Club of Slatington, three Northern Lehigh students were honored as Girls of the Month.

Each one came to the podium and told what organizations she participates in and what her interests are. There were many more interests for each of these busy young ladies than what is listed.

Brandi Owens, the Girl of the Month for March, established a winter color guard at her school, is a member of the marching band color guard, the marching band secretary and color guard captain. She has helped with all drama programs and is presently the stage manager.

Brandi is vice president of the Interact Club and a member of the Spanish Club and a member of the youth branch of the Rotary Club for people age 14 to 18. She is a member of her church youth group, a Sunday School teacher and is involved in the Emerging Health Professionals program.

She is taking medical courses at Penn State Lehigh Valley and hopes to attend either Pittsburgh or Penn State for Pre-med to become a medical examiner.

Brandi is the daughter of Steven Owens and the late Phyllis Owens. She has a younger brother, Bradley.

Alexa Muhr is April's Girl of the Month and wants to be an elementary educator and will be attending Bloomsburg University, majoring in Elementary Education with a minor in mathematics.

She is captain of the dance team at Northern Lehigh and captain of the football cheerleading squad and a member of the basketball cheerleading squad and was named to the Colonial League First Team All-Stars for three years and the Colonial League All Star one year in Cheerleading. As a cheering participant she works on the committee for the Cheering Mania fundraiser.

She is the secretary of the Spanish Club and named to the Principal's List. She enjoys reading and dancing.

Alex is the daughter of Debbie and Daniel Muhr, and has a brother, Dan.

Erica Rauch, May's Girl of the Month, is president of the Interact Club. She is a member of Spanish Club and participates in the concert band, the Bigs and Littles Club and school musicals.

She is a cheerleader and has received the Colonial League Honorable Mention for cheering.

She enjoys music, the outdoors, running and playing video games.

Erica volunteers at an animal rescue program that trains the animals to help people. For the future she plans to attend a four year private college and major in biology to be a physical therapist and work with members of the military.

She is the daughter of William and Susan Rauch and she has a sister, Ellen who attends Southern New Hampshire University and Emily who attends Liberty University.