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Marian High FBLA inducts 81

Published December 16. 2010 05:00PM

On Thursday, Oct. 28, Marian Catholic High School, Hometown, inducted 81 members into its Future Business Leaders of America Chapter at the weekly Mass.

The Pa. FBLA theme this year is "Breaking Barriers" and the club will be raising money for "Teen Challenge," a residential center for people of all ages demonstrating a need for intensive help with life controlling problems.

Mrs. Patricia Patton, Advisor, introduced the officers for this school year as: Hilary Furmanchin, president; Jessica Horlacher, vice president; Kathleen Reilly, secretary; Emily Burger, treasurer and Rachel Krajcirik, reporter. Each officer also read a short description of the meaning of F.B.L.A. to the organization. This was followed by all members reciting the pledge.

In addition to the officers, the 2010-2011 members of Marian's Future Business Leaders of America include Nikki Collevechio, Marissa Webb, Jaquie Goulstone, Taylor Mele, Tori Vadyak, Audrey Maff, Cathleen Cataldo, Mia Casale, Rebecca Hartman, Sam Faust, Abby Burkhardt, Katie Mongi, Olivia Wildoner, Grace Boyle, Christy Digiandomenico, Jessica DeLash, Jeanne Cannon, Olivia D'Angelo, Carlie Possessky, Emily Nerino, Alexa Nemeth, Laura Hoffman, Christine Valente, Madyson Dyer, Kara Sedlack, Briana O'Donnell, Brittni Vernitski. Brianna Kubishin, MarySusan McAndrew, Cassidy DeCosmo, Emily DeSantis, Amanda Srinivasin, Amanda Ketusky, Alexis Keim, Anna Marie Duna, Joanna Butala, Tiffany Bobeck, Monica Wasik, Sam Brown, Alyssa Wagner, Brandon Dopria, Steven Whiteko, Julian Mick, Nick Hopeck, Arianna Srinivasin, Kim Wilson, Connor Schleicher, Cory Chilinskas, Katie Smulligan, Amanda McHugh, Gillian Ferko, Christian Legath, Nick Menighan, Gino Brady, Michael Skotek, Joe Hruniuk, Logan Rutch, JP O'Connor, Alden Whah, Dylan Baranowsky, Tyler Zawatski, Gino Kociolek, Thomas Hagenbuch, Joseph Letcavage, Rebecca Smulligan, Brendan McGowan, Joseph Walck, and Ryan Buchman.

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