Aubrey Sechrist is JS Lions Club Citizen of the Month
JERSEY SHORE — The Jersey Shore Lions’ Club Citizen of the Month for May is Aubrey Blanche Sechrist, daughter of Tiffany and Mark Sechrist of Cogan Station.
Aubrey’s activities include the following: National Honor Society, Cross Country, one year; National English Honor Society, three years; soccer, track and field, Outdoor Club, Key Club, four years.
Aubrey has served as the captain of the varsity girls’ soccer team during her senior year of high school.
Outside of school, Aubrey is involved with volunteering as a travel referee for soccer games. She has helped to teach vacation Bible school, helped to paint the pawprints outside of the high school building, and helped with setting up and running fundraisers with the Key Club. She also works part-time at the Gamble Farm Inn.
Aubrey has lettered all four years of her high school career in both soccer and track and field. She has also received a plaque for breaking the school record as part of the 800-meter relay team for track. Aubrey has received a certificate with the National Honor Society and she has been a consistent member of the Distinguished Honor Roll throughout all four years of her high school career.
Aubrey enjoys hiking, hunting, fishing, kayaking, camping, running, and snowboarding. She plans to attend Lock Haven University to major in Physical Therapy.