Eisenhower athletic standout named finalist
for Governor's Fitness Award


An Eisenhower High School athlete and national table tennis champion has earned a prestigious fitness honor from the State of Michigan.

Danny Scrivano, who is paralyzed on the right side of his body, was honored as a finalist in the 2015 Governor's Fitness Award.

A standout athlete at Eisenhower High School, Scrivano was named a finalist in the Accepting the Challenge Category.


Two UCS students among select group honored for their work in and out of the classrooms


Two Utica Community Schools students were among a select group of high school students honored for work inside the classroom and in their communities.

Mahmoud Hijazi, of Utica High School and Alex Sorgi, of Henry Ford II were named among approximately 100 Michigan students as Comcast Leaders & Achievers Scholarship Recipients.

The students, who were recognized at a special reception in Lansing, were each awarded $1,000 scholarships to honor their community service, academic performance and leadership skills.


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