Head- Christina Diubaldi

 Christina is a senior from Manasquan and she loves to sing and run during her free time. Christina took part in Squan -A-Thon because being apart in helping kids with cancer means the world to her. If there is anything that she can do and spread the word to help them she would do that in a heart beat. Squan-A-Thon is a great chance to do exactly that and seeing how many people come that night and raise so much money is absolutely beautiful.

Christina is a senior from Manasquan and she loves to sing and run during her free time. Christina took part in Squan -A-Thon because being apart in helping kids with cancer means the world to her. If there is anything that she can do and spread the word to help them she would do that in a heart beat. Squan-A-Thon is a great chance to do exactly that and seeing how many people come that night and raise so much money is absolutely beautiful.

Marissa Fernandez 

 Melissa is a senior at MHS and plans on being an oncology nurse when she is older. She volunteers in the oncology unit of a hospital and after witnessing so many people dying from cancer, she decided she wanted to help those who still suffer from the disease so she joined the Squan-A-Thon committee.

Melissa is a senior at MHS and plans on being an oncology nurse when she is older. She volunteers in the oncology unit of a hospital and after witnessing so many people dying from cancer, she decided she wanted to help those who still suffer from the disease so she joined the Squan-A-Thon committee.

Kat Fitzgerald 

 Kat signed up for Squan-A-Thon freshman year because it seemed like a memorable and exciting night and the fact that it was all for a good cause made it even a better thing to be a part of. She fell in love with it after her first year. She says the experience and feeling you get from being a part of such a remarkable night is overwhelming. Being able to be a part of the committee her senior year was important to her because she did it the previous 3 years and wanted to play a bigger part in the whole event. Kat loves to cheerlead and wishes to be a zoologist when she is older. 

Kat signed up for Squan-A-Thon freshman year because it seemed like a memorable and exciting night and the fact that it was all for a good cause made it even a better thing to be a part of. She fell in love with it after her first year. She says the experience and feeling you get from being a part of such a remarkable night is overwhelming. Being able to be a part of the committee her senior year was important to her because she did it the previous 3 years and wanted to play a bigger part in the whole event. Kat loves to cheerlead and wishes to be a zoologist when she is older.