Distracted driving event
Students at Quaker Valley High School came together on April 21 to learn more about distracted driving and to pledge not to be distracted while driving. The students signed a distracted driving awareness banner, which is now displayed in the high school where other students can sign their names.
The event, sponsored by AAA, PennDOT and Impact Teen Drivers, encourages students to be safe on the road (April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month). The event reminds drivers of all ages of the dangers of being distracted while driving.
Common distractions for drivers include cell phones, eating and drinking, changing settings in the vehicle, brushing their hair and applying makeup.
Quaker Valley School Police Chief Aaron Vanatta gave away a free driving lesson with driving school Cindy Cohen at the event. Dominique Florio won the driving lesson.
Rookie of the Year
Logan McNelis was named Goldey-Beacom College’s 2022 Male Rookie of the Year at its 2022 Student-Athlete Awards Ceremony. McNelis has won in his last four appearances, in which he notched 10 strikeouts out of 172⁄3 sleeves. He has the second-best ERA on the men’s baseball team and his opponents are only .262 behind him.
Phi Kappa Phi
Erin Carmody was recently inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Pittsburgh in Johnstown.
‘In the woods’
Lee Forest participated in the Emerson Stage production of “Into the Woods”. The show was performed at the Cutler Majestic Theater at Emmerson College on April 14 and 16. Forrest is majoring in theater and is a member of the class of 2022.