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A Recognition Event was held recently for Students of the Month for February, March and April. Shown are (from left) Kiwanis Vice President Mike Griffin, Town of Webb School Counselor Kandis Griffin, Kiwanis Student of the Month Committee Chairman Ray Schoeberlein, March Student of the Month Molly Rodriguez, February Student of the Month Hanson Schmid, April Student of the Month Lauren Holt and Town of Webb School Key Club Advisor Diane Amos. (Photo submitted)


Kiwanis laud outstanding students

Monday, May 20, 2013 - Updated: 11:16 PM

OLD FORGE - The Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks recently recognized Students of the Month for February, March and April.

Student of the Month Chairman Ray Schoeberlein introduced February Student Hanson Schmid, March Student Molly Rodriguez and April Student Lauren Holt and presented each of them with a Student of the Month certificate and a check for $50 in recognition of their achievement. Each of the students presented a brief outline of their activities and future plans.

Schmid is the son of Hans and Laurie Schmid of Old Forge, Molly is the daughter of Jorge and Linda Rodriguez of Old Forge and Lauren is the daughter of Jim and Chris Holt of Inlet.

The Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks, with the cooperation of the Town of Webb School, conducts the recognition program for senior students at the school.

The Kiwanis Scholarship Committee selects a Student of the Year each May. The Student of the Year receives $500 and with his or her parents is invited to a Kiwanis Recognition Event for award presentation.

This year The Town of Webb Police Benevolent Association is partnering with Central Adirondack Kiwanis in the Student of the Year award.

The selection criteria for the Kiwanis Student of the Month are Community Service, Academics, Athletic Involvement, Student Need and Extra Curricular Activities.

Kiwanis Vice President Mike Griffin congratulated the students and thanked them for their dedication to school and community activities.


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