Hampton Students Design an Adaptive Glove for a Middle School Teacher!

Danielle Sutterlin & Dakota Basista with Hampton Middle School math teacher Mrs. Bethann Dolan

Hampton High School sophomores Danielle Suttertin and Dakota Basista have designed an adaptive glove to assist a teacher within their district. The teens came up with their creation as they took part in the SourceAmerica Design Challenge.

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Mover & Shaker of the Month

Adam Neugebaur & Roland Rivers III

Rock Pride – Slippery Rock Football
By: Paula Green
SRU finished their Football season with an impressive 13-1 record and fell one game shy of playing in the national championship.
Read more about this amazing team, their players and coaches by clicking here!

Shelby Petonak 

Founder of the Pillows for Patients program 

Pine-Richland senior Shelby Petonak, 17, finds comfort in helping breast cancer patients. 

In the late summer of 2017, Shelby’s mom, Wendy, was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer. The news devastated her tight-knit family.  [Read more…]

Andrew McCutchen  Gives back to the ‘Burgh 

Andrew McCutchen gives back

He played in Pittsburgh for nine great years. The Pirates chose Andrew McCutchen in the first round (11th overall) of the 2005 MLB draft. At the age of 22, he made his debut with the Pirates on June 4, 2009. It was only fitting that he proudly wore jersey number 22. McCutchen was born on Friday, October 10, 1986, in Fort Meade, FloridaThroughout his major league career, he was honored with numerous accolades – The Silver Slugger Award, Player’s Choice for the National League’s Outstanding Player, the coveted Most Valuable Player Award for the 2013 season.    [Read more…]

Heather Shuker Creates NillyNoggin EEG Caps to Help Children with Epilepsy

 We first introduced you to Heather Shuker in our May 2018 issue. Heather is a Hampton resident and the mother of 16-yearold Hannah Pallas.  When Hannah was four-month olds, she began having seizures. The doctors diagnosed her with severe, intractable epilepsy. 

        Heather along with other mothers fought diligently to bring medical marijuana to Pennsylvania to help Hannah and others suffering from debilitating illnesses.  Heather was successful in this quest, and medical marijuana has helped Hannah.  She is over 95% seizure-free since 2017. Hannah still has around 20-40 seizures a month, but the improvement is significant.  [Read more…]