Olivia DiMarco was named the Mansfield Women’s Club Girl of the Month for November. A senior at North Penn-Mansfield High School, she is the daughter of Julie and Scott DiMarco of Richmond Township.
An honor roll student, DiMarco was inducted into the North Penn-Mansfield Chapter of the National Honor Society and is active in chorus and played flute in the elementary and junior high band.
As a junior, DiMarco earned the Everfi Completion Award. She participates in the Southern Tioga School District’s dual enrollment program, completing three courses with the Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport and Mansfield University.
She is a student council member, a member of the Future Business Leaders of America where she and teammates will compete in broadcast journalism at states in Hershey. She earned the FBLA Future Award in 2018.
As a sophomore, DiMarco competed in the Computer Fair in web page design and graphic design and in indoor bocce ball matches.
She was a volunteer “buddy” at Tioga County Special Olympics Track and Field Day at Mansfield University.
In the summer of her sophomore year, she took part in Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week at Lycoming College in Williamsport.
Since DiMarco was three years old, she has studied jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, hip hop, modern dance and tumbling with First Position Dance Studio. She competed in Dance DT2 competitions from 2011 to 2015 and performed as a Dance Fusion Team member at Disney World in Florida in 2016.
From 2007 through 2017, DiMarco was in Scouting. As a member of Mansfield Girl Scout Troop #41408, she earned the Bronze Award and the Silver Award.
DiMarco was a member of the Holy Child Youth Group, a United Methodist Church volunteer and a Holy Child Vacation Bible School volunteer.
In the summer of 2019, she worked at the Bucktail Camping Resort.
Following graduation, DiMarco plans to attend a four-year university.