Taylor Guelich, center, was recognized by the Centre County Board of Commissioners Tuesday for her academic excellence. Taylor, 17, is a junior at Penn State and is expected to earn her master’s degree by age 20. From left, Chairman Michael Pipe; Vice Chairman Mark Higgins; Taylor, her parents, Kirsten and Dan; and Commisioner Steve Dershem.
Taylor Guelich, center, was recognized by the Centre County Board of Commissioners Tuesday for her academic excellence. Taylor, 17, is a junior at Penn State and is expected to earn her master’s degree by age 20. From left, Chairman Michael Pipe; Vice Chairman Mark Higgins; Taylor, her parents, Kirsten and Dan; and Commisioner Steve Dershem.
Taylor Guelich, center, was recognized by the Centre County Board of Commissioners Tuesday for her academic excellence. Taylor, 17, is a junior at Penn State and is expected to earn her master’s degree by age 20. From left, Chairman Michael Pipe; Vice Chairman Mark Higgins; Taylor, her parents, Kirsten and Dan; and Commisioner Steve Dershem.

17-year-old Penn State junior recognized for academic achievements

July 12, 2016 05:00 PM

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