Girl Scout earns Gold Award
Brianne Vasarhelyi of Cary earned the Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. She made a database of community service organizations to connect with churches and other community service groups. She held a training session to teach others to use and update the database and publicized the resource with a booth at the Raleigh flea market.
Students serve as pages
Jamie Estroff served as a page for the N.C. House of Representatives. She was sponsored by Rep. Nelson Dollar. She is a student at Athens Drive High School and the daughter of Jeff and Sonia Estroff of Cary.
Aaron Bell, Abigail Zlamal and Sarah Zlamal served as pages for the N.C. Senate. They were sponsored by Sen. Chad Barefoot.
Cary driver in Truck Driving Championships
Paul Caruolo of Cary, a FedEx Express driver, won the Straight Truck title at the North Carolina Truck Driving Championship. Caruolo competed in the National Truck Driving Championships this month.
Cary teenager competes in Pokémon game
Grant Manley of Cary earned a top spot in the U.S. National Championships for Pokémon Trading Card Game players in July. Manley won third place in the Masters Division.
Apex teen wins pageant
Sydney McCoy of Apex won 2015/2016 Miss Young Spotfish Queen, a pageant in Hampstead, N.C.
Cary writer earns award
Ryan Stallings of Cary, author of “Limping Along,” won the Colorado Independent Publishers Association’s Merit Award for Best Humor Novel of the year.
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