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PMHS seniors Jake Milo and Sienna Giuseppi named Rotary Scholars of the Month

From left, Rotary President Kevin Falvey, Scholars of the Month Jake Milo and Sienna Giuseppi and Eugene Farrell of the PMHS guidance department.

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Rotary Club of the Pelhams. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

Pelham Memorial High School seniors Jake Milo and Sienna Giuseppi were recognized as Marilyn Stiefvater Scholars of the Month for March by the Rotary Club of the Pelhams.

Jake Milo is a member of the National Honor Society as well as four subject honor societies. His extracurricular activities include the Breast Cancer Awareness Club and his sports include wiffle ball, badminton and golf. He plans to study computer science in college.

Sienna Giuseppi is Student Government Class President. She is a member of the National Honor Society as well as the Science and Social Studies honor societies. She is also a science award winner as well as a forensic speech award winner. Her extracurricular activities include the Ocean Conservation Club and the Pelham Engineers Club and it is continuing as an after school program.

In addition to the Scholars of the Month program, the local Rotary club awards a $15,000 scholarship to a graduating PMHS senior in June. Applications are available through the PMHS Guidance Department.


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