EABA Member of the Month April 2017
E. Henigan Studios was established in East McKeesport 38 years ago at 1155 Broadway. In 2011 the studio was moved to 2 Caldwell Ave. in Wilmerding where we continue to do business in the Pittsburgh East Area. Another studio was opened in New Alexandria in 2000 to serve our Westmoreland County customers. With the addition of my daughter, Erin to our photography staff, we now photograph in Charlotte, North Carolina, various east coast cities & in New York City.
We are a full service photography studio & we specialize in senior portraits, school portraits, families, weddings, class reunions, & special events. Visit our website at eheniganstudios.com, email us, or call (412) 824-7050 to find out more.
E. Henigan Studios has been a proud member of EABA since its beginning. Thank you for the opportunity to be your member of the month.
Congratulations to EABA April 2017 Student of the Month, Sara Pais!
Class Rank: 12/119
Parents: Emmett and Christie Pais
Activities: National Honor Society, The Future is Mine, Student Council President, Class Cabinet Treasurer, Musical, Choir, CATFIGHT (Female acapella singing group made up of students from the choir), and Editor-in-Chief of the Wildcat Crier.
Employment: Office Clerk for Emmett A. Pais, CPA, PC.
Future Plans: Attend college to major in journalism.
EABA Luncheon Sponsor: Donna Padezan
Our May 3rd meeting will feature Guest Speaker, Dr. Jamelah Taagara, who will speak on the medical needs of children in rural and under served areas.
Ron Yocca, “My Brothers House”
TOPIC: Recovering Alcoholics and Drug Abuse
There is not a day that we don’t hear about overdoses and accidents caused by drunk driving. Today you will hear that there is help for the addicted. This epidemic affects everyone, personal or with your business.
EABA 21st ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS
2016 – 2017
Christopher George Bucar
Bryanne Rose McEwen
If you were present at the six meetings, you will understand the difficult decision the Board Members have to make. The Board takes this responsibility very seriously. Many members have asked how we rate the students. The categories are: Appearance (neat,etc), Poise, Content, and Structure. The board does not discuss or compare their votes.
The ballots (folded) are given to Dan Yadesky. He is responsible for entering each ballot by Board Member into the computer. After the April meeting results, Dan clicks the total key and voilà we have six winners!
Special thank you to Emilia Peiffer and the senior class teachers. They have done a great job by bringing students that amaze us!