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Stinger Grads Honored at National Awards posted on 09/08/2014
On Friday, September 5th, the National Federation of Press Women honored 104 students who won national journalism awards in its annual high school communications contest – and that includes two 2014 Emmaus graduates!

Katrina Guido and Eamon Dreisbach, who served as editors of The Stinger, both won first-place awards at the state level and went on to represent Pennsylvania at the national level. Katrina Guido, who served as editor-in-chief, won second in the nation for features for a story on bullying and Eamon Dreisbach, who was culture editor, won honorable mention in review writing for a critique on Eminem

Congratulations to EHS English Teacher Denise Reaman, Katrina Guido and Eamon Dreisbach!


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