Delsea Regional High School inducted 58 junior and seniors into its National Honor Society chapter Nov. 13. Members must maintain a grade point average of 88. Induction also depends on leadership, service to school and community, and character. The newest chapter members are:

Mike Milward, Mike Schiavone, Scott Kronberger, Neil Dolinski, Ah'Daisha Milburn, Chris Layton, Brian Worthmann, Matt Szmowski, Kevin Wilson, Samantha Klei, Breanna Pitts, Elizabeth Staub, Lauren Greer, Megan Staigerwalt, Sarah Goderecci, Alyssa Cooper, Domenica Trace, Ashley Butenewicz, Sara Young, Samantha Cox, Jennifer Langer, Rachel Armstrong, Melanie McCarty, Stephanie Yenner, Stefanie Koos, Kathleen Duffy, Thao Lai, Brett Lucas, Kaitlyn Weichman, Demi Little, Gabrielle Sheneman, Kelly Mulholland, Megan Dobbins, Stephanie Corda, Jason Flood, Brian Hughes, Alyssa Denneny, Alice Harrington, Gina Matero, Jessica Lloyd, Lucas Fedechko, Alec Mog, Evan Krechmer, Michael DiFrancesco, Janet Carney, Allison Pfrommer, Ashley Lahn, Annie Zeilman, Amanda Decker, Rachel White, Brigid Gallagher, Josh Grochowski, Tracey Tirrell, Amanda DeLash, Geno Patane, Brittany Young, Katelyn Hodges


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Michael Carey

of Franklinville was selected as the U.S. Senate Youth Program nominee for Delsea Regional High School. Each year, two juniors or seniors from each state and the District of Columbia take part in the program, scheduled for a week in March in Washington. National selections are expected to be announced this month. The program aims to introduce teens to the functions of the federal government, particularly that of the Senate. Carey, a senior, is president of his school's student government and a member of the Key Club, National Honor Society, Atheneum League, DECA and the baseball team.

Fourth and fifth graders in the Friends School Mullica Hill Service Club recently collected food for the Food Pantry of Woodbury, which aids children in need year-round. They collected enough food and drink to fill 1,000 lunch boxes, which are to be distributed during the holidays.

Elizabeth Lynam

of Franklinville is this year's homecoming queen at Delsea Regional High School. She was crowned during the football game Oct. 12. She is a member of the Atheneum League, treasurer of the National Honor Society, and vice president of DECA. She plays soccer and softball, and is a member of the cheerleading squad. She plans to major in math education and marketing in college.