The most recent recipient of the Cattaraugus County Youth Bureau's Youth Citizenship Award is Erin Quattrone, a senior at Randolph Central School and the daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Quattrone.
In the community, Erin has been involved with Make-a-Difference Day and the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign. She has participated in the East Randolph United Methodist Church Youth Group and wrapped presents for children in need. Erin also volunteered to Ring the Bell for the Community Cupboard while participating in the Chili Cook-off and Get in the Game.
In school, Erin has been involved with setting up the Elementary School Academic Fair. She has participated in chorus for three years and National Honor Society for two years. Erin has been involved in the Spanish Club for one year while playing varsity soccer for four years, including two years as captain, and running varsity track for six years.
In her free time, she enjoys running, reading, shopping and spending time with family and friends.
In the future, Erin would like to attend either the University of Buffalo or Edinboro University to become a nurse anesthetist.
The Cattaraugus County Youth Bureau has closed the Student of the Week/Youth Citizenship Award Nominations for the 2011-12 school year. Winners, who must be current year seniors, are based on their community service and extracurricular activities and will be featured in area newspapers through September 2012. For more information about Student of the Week and the Youth Citizenship Award Program, call Anthony Evans, Cattaraugus County Youth Bureau director, at 938-2611.