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Erin Confortini Named Clarksville Lions Club May Student of the Month

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Erin Confortini Named Clarksville Lions Club May Student of the Month

Clarksville Lions Club has selected Erin Confortini as its student of the month for May.

Confortini, daughter of Sharon and Dean Confortini of Mather, is a senior at Jefferson-Morgan High School, where she maintains a 4.34 GPA. She is a member of St. Marcellus Church.

A three- year member of National Honor Society, Confortini served as committee chair for the organization’s participation in the Catholic Charities Angel Tree Program.

As Leo Club vice president, she organized a book donation service project.

Currently, Confortini serves as senior class president and drama club president. She is a member Academic League, Debate Team, Interact Club, SADD, Washington Impact AAU Team, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. She is a member of the Penn State 4.0 Club.

In addition to academics, Confortini is a letterman in basketball (captain 2015-2016), volleyball (captain 2016), and track and field. In basketball, she was named Freshmen of the Year in 2013 and was named Defensive Player of the Year in 2014. She was the Laurel Highlands Basketball all-tournament MVP.

Confortini is a member of the stage crew and a student director for Jefferson-Morgan plays. During the summer, she is a day camp counselor for Greene County.

Confortini is the recipient of an AP Scholar Award, the American Legion Scholarship Award, and the George Eastman Young Leaders Award. She was awarded the Tri-Cada female scholarship and a WPIAL scholarship.

In the fall, Confortini plans to attend Robert Morris University, where she was awarded an RMU Merit Scholarship, to study actuarial science.

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