Recently held at Youngstown State University, History Day afforded nine Holy Family School students the opportunity to compete in the Junior Division, where Joe Kelty, Anthony Zeno, Laura Pesko, Michelle Hanna, and Michael Puhalla qualified to advance to the state competition.
Eighth-grader Joe Kelty's entry into the Individual Exhibit category, entitled Easter Rising 1916, won first place, and seventh-grader Anthony Zeno's project entitled, The Steel Mill Riots was also awarded first place in the "Local History category by the Mahoning Valley Historical Society.
In the Group Exhibit Category, Laura Pesko, Michelle Hanna, and Michael Puhalla, all of whom are sixth-grade students, placed first with their entry, The Boston Tea Party.
Photo special to the Town Crier
Nine Holy Family School students recently participated in the recently held History Day competition held at Youngstown State University. Pictured arem in back: Laura Pesko, Katrina Hayes, Mallory Wardle, Arielle Kreuzwieser, Alena Argiro, Anthony Zeno, and Joe Kelty, and in front: Michelle Hanna and Michael Puhalla.