Wyoming Area Catholic School students attend presentation on garden project

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The students of Wyoming Area Catholic School recently attended an informational presentation which focused on the next step for the school’s S.T.E.M. garden which was planted in the spring of 2017. The presentation was given by Bernie McGurl, executive director of the Lackawanna River Conservation Association. Eighth-grade students who built the garden are, from left, first row, Saige Stempien, Carissa Benderavich, Molly Moran, Jordan Chepalonis, Emma Broda, Kierstan Charney. Second row, Sebastian Beck, Michael Serafin, Olivia Orlando, Andrew Phillips, Mrs. Colleen Madar, coordinator of the S.T.E.M. project; Bernie McGurl, of the Lackawanna River Conservation Association presenter; Emma Hunter, Madelyn Cecil, Maya Kasa, Grace Holmes. Third row, Jordan Molitoris, Matthew Prociak. Fourth row, Brooke Casey, Jonathan Renfer, Jayden Halstead, Nicholas Lombardo, Callen McCarroll, Robert Sedlak and Zeb Moses.

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