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Anthony Traficante '20 Named Youth of the Year

Anthony Traficante '20 Named Youth of the Year

CCHS senior Anthony Traficante '20 was recently named Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem (NH).

This was his third year as a finalist for the award.

Anthony served over 75 hours in the community through the club's Keystone service program. Last year, he was selected to attend the National Keystone Conference in Orlando, FL.

At Central Catholic, Anthony is a member of the National Honor Society and captain of the Varsity Boys Basketball Team.

Julia Storniolo '20 was also named a finalist for the Youth of the Year based her community service and contributions to the Club.

She works at the Club as a youth development professional.

Anthony and Julia were recognized at the Tuscan Brands Youth of the Year Celebration Dinner held at the Tuscan Kitchen.

The award was presented by the owner of Tuscan Brands and fellow Raider, Joseph Faro '87

Read The Eagle-Tribune article: Traficante named Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem Youth of the Year.

Congratulations to Anthony and Julia for this well-deserved recognition of their commitment to community service!

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