Abington Heights High School students perform in anti bullying talent show

November 14th, 2017 11:54 am

CLARKS SUMMIT — The Parents Loving Children Though Autism Foundation held its Sixth Annual Anti Bullying Talent Show Thursday, Nov. 9 at the Radisson in Scranton. The first half of the show raised awareness of bullying and the second half raised awareness of homelessness among children and teens.

A total of 302 items were collected for the NEPA Youth Shelter in Scranton.

The show was dedicated in memory of Samantha Anne Milliken.

Performers included Caelan Baden, Riverside Jr./Sr. High School; Brianna O’Brien, West Scranton High School; Talia Brogna, King’s College; Becci Donovan, Luzerne County Community College graduate; John Michael Gigliotti, Carbondale Area High School; Reagan Hawkins, Riverside East Elementary; Ben Knox, Abington Heights High School; Mariah Kumor, Riverside Jr./Sr. High School; Kyle Liparulo, Mid Valley Pride Club, Mid Valley School District; Ryan Repecki, Mid Valley High School; William Russomano, Old Forge High School; Nathan Sadaka, Mid Valley High School; Nina Sampogne, Abington Heights High School; Ava Sesso, Riverside East Elementary; Amelia Smicherko, Riverside Jr./Sr. High School; Meghan Tigue, Riverside East Elementary; Griffin Turock, Isaac Tripp Elementary, Scranton; Ricky Vinansky, Mid Valley High School; Isabelle Van Wert, West Scranton Intermediate; Brayden voAhnen, North Pocono Elementary; Hailey Wychoskie, Riverside Elementary East Elementary;

The Parents Loving Children Through Autism Foundation, LRJ Foundation Mental Health and Wellness Education and the NEPA Youth Shelter were on hand with information.

Ben Knox, of Clarks Summit, gives a magic performance at the Parents Loving Children Though Autism Foundation’s 6th Annual AntiBullying Talent Show Nov. 9 at the Radisson in Scranton.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Talent-1.jpgBen Knox, of Clarks Summit, gives a magic performance at the Parents Loving Children Though Autism Foundation’s 6th Annual AntiBullying Talent Show Nov. 9 at the Radisson in Scranton. Submitted photos
Abington Heights High School student Nina Sampogne performed Tocata in F Minor on the piano for the Parents Loving Children Though Autism Foundation’s 6th Annual AntiBullying Talent Show at the Radisson in Scranton.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_ABJ-Talent-2.jpgAbington Heights High School student Nina Sampogne performed Tocata in F Minor on the piano for the Parents Loving Children Though Autism Foundation’s 6th Annual AntiBullying Talent Show at the Radisson in Scranton. Submitted photos


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