Seneca Valley's Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) Raider Battalion recently received the 2019-2020 “Heart of a Lion" award from the Zelienople chapter of the Lions Club for their outstanding service to the citizens of the Zelienople area. The “Heart of a Lion” Award is presented to someone in the community who is not a Lion, but who has volunteered their time and services. Seneca Valley's JROTC program regularly collaborates with local organizations on several service learning and community service projects as part of their commitment to Leadership Excellence. The Zelienople Lions Club promotes the ideals and objectives of Lions Club International which includes a spirit of understanding among the people of the world; good citizenship and good government; the welfare of the community; friendship, fellowship, and mutual understanding leading to an open discussion of public interest matters.
Pictured: Front row (L-R): Alex Gardiner, Tam Ha and Nick Kleckner. Middle row (L-R): Hayden Pearce, Cassandra Cramm, Zachary Tate (with plaque), Lexi Bardos, Gracen Heilman and Elijah Rieger. Back row (L-R): Saige Durning, James Halyama, Nate Nuzzo and Coltin Walter.