Miss Pennsylvania International Junior Miss Preteen Nina Sampogne presents donations to Children’s Advocacy Center


Miss Pennsylvania International Junior Miss Preteen Nina Sampogne recently presented donations to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Scranton. A seventh-grade student at Abington Heights Middle School, Sampogne organized a fundraiser for which students brought in clothing, toiletries, food items and monetary donations. She also planted a pinwheel garden at the school and sold blue ribbons in honor of Child Abuse Awareness month. The ribbons lined State Street in Clarks Summit and several hundred dollars were raised for the CAC. From left, MaryAnn LaPorta, director of the Children’s Advocacy Center and Sampogne.


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Miss Pennsylvania International Junior Miss Preteen Nina Sampogne recently presented donations to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Scranton. A seventh-grade student at Abington Heights Middle School, Sampogne organized a fundraiser for which students brought in clothing, toiletries, food items and monetary donations. She also planted a pinwheel garden at the school and sold blue ribbons in honor of Child Abuse Awareness month. The ribbons lined State Street in Clarks Summit and several hundred dollars were raised for the CAC. From left, MaryAnn LaPorta, director of the Children’s Advocacy Center and Sampogne.

Miss Pennsylvania International Junior Miss Preteen Nina Sampogne recently presented donations to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Scranton. A seventh-grade student at Abington Heights Middle School, Sampogne organized a fundraiser for which students brought in clothing, toiletries, food items and monetary donations. She also planted a pinwheel garden at the school and sold blue ribbons in honor of Child Abuse Awareness month. The ribbons lined State Street in Clarks Summit and several hundred dollars were raised for the CAC. From left, MaryAnn LaPorta, director of the Children’s Advocacy Center and Sampogne.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Miss-PA-copy.jpgMiss Pennsylvania International Junior Miss Preteen Nina Sampogne recently presented donations to the Children’s Advocacy Center of Scranton. A seventh-grade student at Abington Heights Middle School, Sampogne organized a fundraiser for which students brought in clothing, toiletries, food items and monetary donations. She also planted a pinwheel garden at the school and sold blue ribbons in honor of Child Abuse Awareness month. The ribbons lined State Street in Clarks Summit and several hundred dollars were raised for the CAC. From left, MaryAnn LaPorta, director of the Children’s Advocacy Center and Sampogne. Submitted photo
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