High school honors
|By The Hawk Eye, Burlington, Iowa|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
The program is designed for students from
--Keven Chng, a graduate of
Casey's donated pizzas for a party for each class raising the most money at each school. At each pizza party,
The students shared their own stories of volunteerism.
Each year the penny drive helps support the
By the end of the campaign, a colorful display was created on HTC's front windows and
A matching contribution from the NHS,
The scholarship provides money to students pursuing careers in a medical field and is awarded to high school seniors or recent high school graduates from either
The 2014 recipients are:
The scholarship is supported by the
The winners were announced at the school's annual annual parent-member-community appreciation banquet.
Also at the banquet,
2014-15 FFA officers were installed at the banquet. They were
The 2013 contest theme, "Where Does Your Water Shed?" allowed students to explore the topic of clean water and use their artistic ability to explain the concept of a watershed.
Ehrgott-Jenkins' poster won top honors in the local Lee SWCD contest and her poster advanced last spring to win at the state Conservation Districts of
Her poster advanced to the national contest, where she received the honorable mention award from the
Fifty-two teams of more than 200 students participated in the event.
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