CCTI students aid Alzheimer awareness
VICTOR IZZO/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS CCTI members of Skills USA who helped raise money to support Alzheimer Awarness are front kneeling, from left to right : Hannah Baldwin, Alexis Tobin, Victoria Schultz, Louis Lindsey, David Highland, Samantha Shanfelt, Ashley Pera, and Victoria Costenbader. Rear, from left : Zacharia Zurawa, Timothy Mann, Emily Buss, Cody Fischer, Nathan Garis, Dylan Conti, Brian Canto, James O'Connor, Tyler Crandall, Nicole Swiatek,Preston Smith, Jocelyn Mansberry, Shannon Carroll, Jeanna Struble, Bridgette Miller, and Kimberly Pimble.
The Carbon County Career and Technical Institute (CCTI) proudly announced that during the month of September the Skills USA organization raised money to support Alzheimer Awareness.
Throughout the entire month there were many activities buzzing in the school including wear purple day, special ice cream and Rita's purchases during lunch, and the annual walk at Mauch Chunk Lake.
In total the organization raised and donated $542 for the Alzheimer Awareness organization.
Skills USA is an organization that helps showcase all of the technical skills demonstrated in the school.
Community service is just one of many talents the school possesses.
A school statement said "thank you to all students in the school for their great leadership and community involvement."