Old Trails BPW honors students

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Old Trails Business and Professional Women’s Club honored students of the month at a recent meeting in Bentleyville. April features sports and included Hannah Lacey, daughter of Thomas and Suzy Lacey of Brownsville, from Beth-Center High School; Destiny Ann Gudel, daughter of David and Lori Gudel of Brownsville, from California Area High School; and Morgan Vickless, daughter of John and Tonya Vickless of Scenery Hill from Bentworth High School. May features technology and included Jonathan Hoover, son of Douglas and Marcia Hoover of Brownsville, from Beth-Center High School and Celeste Mudry, daughter of Christy and Matthew Mudry of Roscoe, from California Area High School. Students talked about their high school achievements and future plans. The meeting also included speaker Adele Selinger, who gave a talk on hats and shared her collection. Pictured are (from left) Hannah Lacey, Morgan Vickless, Celeste Mudry, Destiny Ann Gudel and Jonathan Hoover.

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