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The Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (PIC) and the Head Start/Early Head Start of Fayette County program are proud to announce that Sherri Taylor has received the Francine Bunch Memorial Parent Award for the Pennsylvania Head Start Association (PHSA). This award ceremony took place in early April at the Annual Awards Luncheon at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center, State College.

Each year the PSHA honors one parent who epitomizes the characteristics of Francine Bunch. Francine Bunch was an active Head Start parent who recognized the importance of continuing education and giving back to the community.

Sherri Taylor embarrasses all the criteria of this rigorous selection process. Taylor displays these characteristics as an actively involved parent of children attending the Head Start (HS) Program in Fayette County. Not only did she work tirelessly as a HS volunteer, but as a parent in the SEEDS program and a volunteer in her community.

Taylor with her husband and three children live on a small farm in Fayette County where they train Great Pyrenees to work as emotional support therapy dogs. Taylor is an RN who holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.