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Wyoming Area Catholic students in grades three to eight held elections in September for class representatives. At its first meeting of the year, the 12 class representatives elected four officers. Students council’s purpose is to serve both the school and local communities. Each month the council meets to plan a service activity to benefit the students body, promote spirit throughout the school, or assist a local organization with food, clothing, money etc. Student council officers and class representatives, at left, first row, from left, are Sofia Kroptavich, third-grade class representative; Cassius Duffy, fourth-grade class representative; Robert Stanchak, fifth grade, treasurer; Isabella Falzone, fifth-grade class representative, and Molly Pokrinchak, fourth-grade class representative. Second row: Roger Pollard, third-grade class representative; Tessa Cegelka, sixth grade, secretary; Christian Renfer, seventh grade, vice president; Abby Butler, seventh-grade class representative; Vincent Contardi, eighth grade, president; Kendall Hadley, eighth-grade class representative; Ann Marie Walsh, student council moderator, and Gianna Welby, sixth-grade class representative. At left, Wyoming Area Catholic Student Council officers, from left, are Tessa Cegelka, secretary; Christian Renfer, vice president; Vincent Contardi, president; Robert Stanchak, treasurer, and Ann Marie Walsh, moderator.