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               Monday, May 27 2002  

Michele Gallo in first grade, left,
and senior high school class photo

Where are they now? Michele Gallo

Jackson Township native Michele Gallo, oldest child of James and Barbara Gallo, was born September 11, 1981, and is a 1999 graduate of Central Cambria High School. Michele was on the Honor Roll every report card period from Kindergarten through 12th grade and was salutatorian of her high school graduation class, Michele curently lives in State College where she attends Penn State University, working toward a B.S in Human Development and Family Studies upon graduation in 2003. She plans to attend graduate school to study Social Work and specialize in Mental Health.

Michele works parttime at the Centre County Association for Retarded Citizens, where she assists mentally challenged individuals with their activities of daily living. "What I miss most about growing up in Jackson Township is the peace and quiet, the stillness of the night, and having my family close by. Sure, I have the telephone and I'm only a little more than an hour away from home, but it's not the same.

Michele Gallo today,with boyfriend, Dan

"My favorite memories of growing up in Jackson Township are of helping my next-door neighbor weave carpets, swimming in the creek near my home, and walking to my grandma 'Nudgie's' house for lunch, where we would sit at the table and talk."

A favorite memory of her high school days was being a member of the Central Cambria Girls Softball Team which captured the PIAA State Championship in 1998. Michele's hobbies include shopping, concerts, hanging out with friends and spending time with boyfriend Dan.

Anyone wishing to send greetings can find Michele at MAG280@PSU.EDU.

If you have an idea for a subject for Where Are They Now, please write Judy Rose at highlandrose43@yahoo.com.

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***Burma Shave***

—Sent by Bob Kennedy


Thought for today

He who is clothed in virtue cannot be harmed by worms nor even by death itself, for virtues of the soul do not have their origin from the earth. They are fruit of the Spirit, and cannot be subject to the mouths of worms.

— St. John Chrysostom, 344-407 A.D.

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