The Henry and Janet Guarriello Scholarship Fund
The Guarriellos were taken aback when they learned their house would be featured on the tour, yet are confident it will be ready. Two ladders will help decorate their main tree with red, gold and silver ornaments hanging from it.
Salvatore “Sal” Guarriello served on the West Hollywood City Council from 1990 to 2009. Throughout that time, he fought tirelessly on behalf of both gay and lesbian residents as well as senior citizens living within its boundaries.
Early Life and Education
In 1940, he lived at 373 Craig Rd Greencastle PA 17225 with his wife Celcia and three sons. He owned and operated Nursery Supplies which became the country’s first producer of plastic containers for tree industry use.
Hank and Jan are eager to showcase their home at this year’s Heritage Christmas Home Tour, starting this Sunday. Visitors step back in time as soon as they enter this Colonial Williamsburg-inspired residence designed by Hank and Jan over years – perfecting its authenticity has become their top priority.
The Guarriellos also fund the Henry and Janet Guarriello Scholarship administered through Franklin County Foundation – a regional organization representing The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. This award honors graduating high school seniors who have studied music at Cumberland Valley School of Music for four consecutive years with plans to further their musical education by enrolling in college degree programs related to performance arts.
Guarriello is the founder and CEO of Nursery Supplies. He serves on the boards of Nutrient Control Systems, Beistle Corp and Franklin County Development Corporation; has numerous patents in plastic products industry; and together with his wife Janice have created the Henry and Janet Guarriello Scholarship at Cumberland Valley School of Music via Franklin County Foundation; this scholarship award goes to graduating seniors who studied there for four consecutive years before moving onto higher studies or conservatory to continue their musical pursuit.
Achievement and Honors
Cumberland Valley School of Music will hold its Annual Recognition Concert on April 26 at 2 p.m. in Thomson Hall at Wilson College (1015 Philadelphia Ave). This free concert will recognize Merit Award Scholarship and Henry and Janet Guarriello Scholarship recipients, along with graduating seniors who plan to major or minor in a performance art major or minor.
Sarah Steele from Chambersburg (violin) and Jordan Noll from Shippensburg (flute). Grace Boscolo from Greencastle won this year’s Henry and Janet Guarriello Scholarship; both awards are funded by Franklin County Foundation – a regional organization representing The Foundation for Enhancing Communities.
Nick loves working at Student Athlete, spending time with family and watching funny movies; as well as going to Penn State. Some of his favorite bands include Incubus, Sublime and Nirvana.
Hank and Jan Guarriello’s home, built in 1997, is an exquisite example of Colonial Williamsburg design with modern amenities seamlessly integrated into its historic charm. As part of Franklin County Heritage Christmas Home Tour each holiday season, their Greencastle residence serves as the only stop. Their dedication to their community can be seen through The Henry and Janet Guarriello Scholarship at Cumberland Valley School of Music which serves as regional foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities.
They are members of the Eastern Region Nurserymen’s Assoc, Garden Council and Franklin County Development Corp, living at 373 Craig Rd Greencastle PA 17225 and making public records available such as phone numbers, addresses history, emails addresses and associated people.