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News of Note - Class Leadership for 2021-2022 Selected

by Pat Burns

June 22, 2021

 

 For Immediate Release

CONTACT NAME:  Pat Burns

CONTACT EMAIL:  pburns@mtmercy.org

CONTACT PHONE:  716-825-8796 ext 205

ARTICLE AUTHOR:  Pat Burns

 

Mount Mercy Academy Announces Class Leadership for 2021-22 School Year

                The leadership for the 2021-22 school year has been selected at Mount Mercy Academy.  The Student Government Officers, as well as class officers were recently elected.

                Senior to be Adrianna Awald (Gowanda) will serve as the Student Government President and junior to be Elizabeth “Ellie” Godsoe (Buffalo) will serve as the Student Government Vice-President.

                The officers for the Class of 2022 will be Grace Spero (Buffalo) and Mya Wood (Blasdell).  Spero will be the class president and Wood will serve as vice-president.

                Alexis Garmong (Buffalo) will serve as president and Bridget Dougherty (Buffalo) will be the vice-president for the Class of 2023.

                The Class of 2024 will be led by president Addison Barth (Hamburg) and vice-president Rosie Bandura (West Seneca).

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