Ferndale senior is crowned queen

Kayla Kohler, daughter of Matt Kohler and Amy King, has been named homecoming queen at Ferndale Area High School.

She is vice president of the senior class.

Kohler is a member of student council, yearbook staff, prom committee and National Honor Society.

She plays on the varsity basketball and volleyball teams.

Lock Haven student is inducted into society

Amanda Ramsdorfer, daughter of Jim and Stephanie Ramsdorfer of Johnstown, has been inducted into Alpha Upsilon Alpha, honor society of the International Reading Association.

The society is the largest association of reading educators and professionals in the world and promotes interest in reading.

Ramsdorfer, a 2005 graduate of Greater Johnstown High School, is majoring in elementary education with a minor in reading at Lock Haven University.

Students attend Junior Dairy Show

The following are the results of the Pennsylvania Junior Dairy Show held at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex:

Dillon Cotter of Fairhope received grand champion jersey honor.

Austin Ream received reserve grand champion red and white honor.

Mary Kimmel received best- animal owned and bred in the red and white breed.

Somerset County exhibited 36 of the 625 shown.

The following placed in the top five:

Tara Hostetter of Rockwood, first place in Aryshire 4-year-old and first in milking shorthorn fall calf.

Katie Wright of Friedens, fourth in Aryshire winter calf and fourth in fall calf.

Stephanie Stahl of Somerset, second in brown Swiss 4-year-old.

Jenna Fox of Rockwood, third in Holstein fall yearling in milk.

Ashley Stoltzfus of Berlin, third in Holstein junior 3-year-old and first in jersey fall yearling in milk.

Collin Stoltzfus of Berlin, fourth in Holstein junior 3-year-old.

Drew Romesberg of Berlin, third in Holstein spring yearling.

Dillon Cotter of Fairhope, second in jersey senior 3-year-old and third in jersey spring yearling.

Alexis Ream of Markleton, third in jersey spring calf and fourth in red and white fall calf.

Jeremy Cochran of Berlin, third in jersey fall calf.

Mary Kimmel of Boswell, third in red and white junior 2-year-old, second in red and white fall calf and third in red and white spring calf.

Austin Ream, first in red and white 6 years and older.

Other participants were Janna Kaufman and Alexis Coleman, both of Friedens; Dylan Ream of Rockwood; Tuck Cotter, Bryer Schrock, Katarina Stoltzfus and Maddie Stoltzfus, all of Berlin; Hayley Petenbrink of Garrett; and Zachary Rohrbaugh of Somerset.

Windber resident earns master’s degree

Carol Dietrich Pugh of Windber has earned a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix.

She is a 1992 graduate of Mount Aloysius College, Cresson, where she received an associate degree in nursing.

In 2005, Pugh received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix.

She is employed by Windber Medical Center.

Freshman participates in service project

Hannah Clemenson of Johnstown has participated in the Freshmen Service Experience, a community service project at American University in which first-year students contributed nearly 10,000 hours of service at 37 sites around the Washington, D.C., area.

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