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Out & About: WCCC Annual African-American High School Achievement Banquet

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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
HIGH ACHIEVERS: (from left), Bryce Williams, a senior at Mt. Pleasant Senior High School, honored for athletics, Jada Morgan, a senior at Jeannette Senior High School, honored for academics, Janae Evans, a senior at Monessen High School, honored for community service, and Delino Franklin, a senior at Kiski Area High School, honored for athletics, gather for a photo at the 25th Annual African-American High School Achievement Banquet, held in Commissioners Hall at Westmoreland County Community College near Youngwood on Tuesday evening, February 28, 2017. High school students from 12 school districts in Westmoreland county were honored in academics, athletics, community service or performing arts.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
HIGH ACHIEVERS: (from left), Natalie Carson, a senior at Norwin High School, honored for community service, Quelar Jones, a senior at Monessen High School, honored for performing arts, Trinity Harris, a senior at Yough High School, honored for academics and Paige Moore, a senior at Southmoreland Senior High School, honored for community service, gather for a photo at the 25th Annual African-American High School Achievement Banquet, held in Commissioners Hall at Westmoreland County Community College near Youngwood on Tuesday evening, February 28, 2017. High school students from 12 school districts in Westmoreland county were honored in academics, athletics, community service or performing arts.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
HIGH ACHIEVERS: (from left), Brianna Gilliard, a senior at Greensburg Salem High School, honored for academics, Kylee Pollard, a senior at Derry Area High School, honored for academics, Maya Barlow, a senior at Hempfield Area Senior High School, honored for communiity service, and Elijah Johnson-Mills, a senior at Belle Vernon Area High School, honored for academics, gather for a photo at the 25th Annual African-American High School Achievement Banquet, held in Commissioners Hall at Westmoreland County Community College near Youngwood on Tuesday evening, February 28, 2017. High school students from 12 school districts in Westmoreland county were honored in academics, athletics, community service or performing arts.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
HIGH ACHIEVERS: (from left), Vickie Hricik, vice-president of the WCCC Black Awareness Committee, Sydney Beeler, vice-president, WCCC enrollment management, David Williamson, guest speaker and chair, social studies department, Kiski-Area High School and a 2004 Academic Award recipient, and Gloria Cook, event organizer, gather for a photo at the 25th Annual African-American High School Achievement Banquet, held in Commissioners Hall at Westmoreland County Community College near Youngwood on Tuesday evening, February 28, 2017. High school students from 12 school districts in Westmoreland county were honored in academics, athletics, community service or performing arts.

The annual African-American High School Achievement Banquet was held Thursday, Feb. 28, at WCCC.

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