Belton Moore doesn’t want to see anyone go hungry.
Several Triangle students this summer served as pages in the NC Senate. During their week of service, pages attend Senate sessions, committee meetings and assist staff members with office duties.
Several students served recently as pages for the NC House of Representatives. Pages spend a week at the General Assembly learning about state government and assisting members.
Tyler Looby attended science and technology conference
Speakers include Buzz Aldrin, Dean Kamen and Jack Andraka
Looby wants to be an engineer; averaged 99 percent on math ACT
Ryan Catalfu finished second in the Microsoft Word 2010 world championship
The Green Hope junior won state and national championships
Catalfu mastered computer software at an early age
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Girls create reading space, plant garden
6 help renovate living room at Urban Ministries
Emily Liu and Sara Zangi’s science project tests glue strength
The project reached semifinals of national science fair competition
The Enloe junior has attended a medical conference at Harvard
He’s a member of Enloe’s Medical Bio-Science Academy
Several area boys have earned the rank of Eagle Scout, which is the highest achievement in the Boy Scouts.
Three earn $1,000 scholarships from LGFCU
AgCarolina Farm Credit gives scholarships to seven
Nine from Wake County receive Achievement Scholarships for Refugees and Immigrants
Millbrook senior elected as FCCLA’s vice president
He’s the first national officer from the state in 12 years
Raniel will attend training and planning sessions at FCCLA headquarters in Reston, Va.
Lauryn McMiller was named the Duke University Durham Public Schools Student of the Month for July.
Three students served as pages for the NC House of Representatives.
Two Triangle girls attained the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting.
Two area boys have attained the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouting.
Riverwood Middle School sent nine of the school’s best chorus students to participate in the 2015 North Carolina Middle School All-State Chorus.
Triangle area students were recently awarded college and other scholarships.
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