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PRESS PHOTO BY AL RECKER Boglarka Jordan, a Northampton Area High School senior, was honored April 2 as the exchange club Girl of the Month for February. Robin Lutz, committee member and Dr. Rodger Berg, program chairman, presented Boglarka with the citation for her accomplishments. PRESS PHOTO BY AL RECKER Boglarka Jordan, a Northampton Area High School senior, was honored April 2 as the exchange club Girl of the Month for February. Robin Lutz, committee member and Dr. Rodger Berg, program chairman, presented Boglarka with the citation for her accomplishments.

Boglarka Jordan is honored by Northampton Exchange Club

Thursday, April 24, 2014 by AL RECKER Special to The Press in Local News

Boglarka Jordan, a Northampton Area High School senior, was named as the February Girl of the Month at the club's dinner meeting April 2.

According to the club, Boglarka fit the bill for the honor with strong academic achievemmnts and a strong commitment to serve.

Program Chairman Dr. Rodger Berg said "service" is a criteria in selecting a senior for the honor in its Service to Youth program. He mentioned the dictionary's definition of service as a duty for the benefit of others, saying the club's motto is to serve the community.

Berg also brought up the criteria for selecting the Girl and Boy of the Year, which includes the highest number of points in the selection process and embraces academics and other aspects in the service sector.

Service, Berg said, takes into account sacrifice, one's time and commitment, these attributes, he said, describe Boglarka.

The club presented Boglarka with a framed certificate citing her selection as Girl of the Month, the Lamp of Knowledge, a plaque and a pen.

Boglarka is a member of the National Honor Society, student council class representative, earned second place in the regionals Future Business Leaders of America competition, vice president of the German Club, French Club, GAPP, PEACE and girls tennis.

She is also a member of the National Society of High School Scholars and has been a volunteer at the animal shelter.