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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

COUDERSPORT ROTARY NEWS – CITIZENS OF TOMORROW – JANUARY 23, 2017

Rotarian, John Abplanalp introduced two Coudersport Students of the Citizens of Tomorrow. It is always a pleasure to have the students join us tell us a little bit about themselves.

Citizen of Tomorrow, Taylor Taribori is the daughter of Mike and Paula Tarabori. Taylor’s school activity is her active involvement with in FFA, and is currently the Secretary of FFA. This program takes up a lot of her time and she truly loves being a part of it. Outside of school, Taylor enjoys her continued involvement with FFA, Show horse and pigs. She plans to become a Registered Nurse after completing school.

Citizen of Tomorrow, Madison Smith is the daughter of Jim and Dr. Marlene Wust Smith. Madison’s in-school actives include Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Varsity Club, National Honor Society, Student Council, Vice President, Spanish Club, Vice President; she is on the Mock Trial Team and Model United Nations. This is an authentic simulation of the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, or other multi lateral body, which introduces students to the world of diplomacy, negotiation, and decision-making. The students, better known as delegates, debate current issues on organization’s vast agenda. Outside of school, Madison enjoys traveling, fundraising, skiing, reading and watching TV shows and movies with her family and friends. Madison’s future plan is to become an Orthopedic Surgeon.


L-R - Madison Smith, Citizen of Tomorrow; John Abplanalp, Taylor Taribori, Citizen of Tomorrow

Article written by: Cathy Bowers
Photo by: Cathy Bowers

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