Evan Manion, a senior at Bethel Park High School, was named Student of the Month for November by the Bethel Park Rotary Club.
The versatile Manion worked on the stage crew and as a cast member during the Fall Play, “You Can’t Take It With You.” He also plays the bass drum in the Black Hawk marching band and is a producer and videographer for Blackhawk TV, which records district plays, musicals, and sporting events.
Outside of school, Manion serves as a screaming actor for 100 Acres Manner Haunted House.
Next year, Evan is considering attending Point Park University where he would major in filmmaking and he is the son of Chuck and Tracy Manion. He also has a younger sister, Aubrey, 16.
Students are nominated for Bethel Park Rotary Student of the Month
by administrators, teachers, students, or community members and are chosen on the basis of academics, as well as scholastic, extracurricular, and civic honors and awards, and organization membership and leadership.
At a luncheon held each month, honorees receive a certificate acknowledging their contribution to their community. For more information on Rotary and its’ mission, please ask any Rotary member about it or visit bethelparkrotary.org
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