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Mrs. Mickler
(Left to Right): Jackie Scott, Sam Day, Erin Ziccardi, Mickey Taaffe

The Struthers Rotary Pancake Breakfast was held on Sunday, November 5 at Struthers High School.

The Pancake Breakfast was hosted by the Rotary, which provided breakfast for every ticket that was purchased either before or during the event. Raffle tickets were sold as well, and different local companies were there to advertise. The breakfast was mainly hosted to help benefit the senior class. 

Stephanie Mickler, the Interact Club advisor, knows the importance of this event for students’ futures. 

“The profit from the breakfast is given back to the seniors through the Rotary’s scholarships at the end of the year,” says Mickler.

The Struthers girls’ basketball team and Interact Club members help out and volunteer with this event as well. The volunteers split up and volunteer their time working on different projects for the breakfast. The program works hand-in-hand with the Rotary to allow them to get more help and allow the members and players to become involved in their community. 

Natalie Wolikow, a sophomore on the basketball team, is appreciative of her time spent and how it has helped her grow. 

“Basketball has allowed me to meet new people and become more involved in my school and help it improve. I really enjoyed volunteering for this event because I got to provide help for everyone and learn more about those who came to the event,” says Wolikow.

Many students also used this opportunity to help earn more points toward becoming members of the National Honor Society, mainly the members of the Interact Club. All of the students who volunteered their time got themselves closer to being a part of the group or keeping their spot in the group. Being a part of NHS is a very high honor you can get in high school, so the Pancake Breakfast is one of the steps necessary to help the students succeed. 

Mickler lets students know the benefits of being involved in Interact and the Pancake Breakfast.

“Most NHS members are Interact Club members, so it helps them maintain their status in the society. They could also be a scholarship recipient at the end of the year from this event,” says the advisor. 


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Isabella Sahli, News Writer
Isabella Sahli is a 16-year-old sophomore at Struthers High School. She is a news writer and is in Journalism II. Isabella plays soccer, basketball, and throws on the track team for her high school. She is a two-year member of the Spanish Club and a one-year member of the Interact Club. Her favorite part about being in school is getting to spend time with her friends and getting to learn new things. She has a 4.0 GPA and plans to keep up with her good grades throughout the year. Her favorite color is purple, and her favorite thing to do in her free time is watch soccer.  Her favorite part about being in Journalism is getting to talk about current events going on around her school and community. She hopes to keep up with all of her classes and maintain all-A’s throughout the rest of the school year.
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