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Elks Teenagers and Volunteer of the Year Were Awarded Over the Weekend in Kenton

The Kenton Elks Lodge recognized Teenagers of the Month and Year from all five Hardin County schools during a dinner Sunday night. The Kenton Elks #157 Student of the year award was presented to Emma Miller, Hardin Northern, and Brice Ferguson, Ada High School. The Kenton Elks #157 Volunteer of the Year was presented to Rachael Stacklin.

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The Elks Teenager of the Month, Year, and the Volunteer of the Year is designed to recognize outstanding young men and women for achievements in school and community life-fine arts, hobbies, athletics, church, school, club and community service, industry and farming. Their accomplishments should be recognized and praised.

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The individual school awards were also presented. From Ada High School Anabel Alexander and Brice Ferguson. Emma Miller and Brady Lamb from Hardin Northern. Representing Kenton High School was Elizabeth Heintz and Chase Fleece. Ridgemont students include Cassidy Knapp and Mackenzie Rader. Upper Scioto Valley students include Shyanne Howard and Brady Hipsher.

We would also like to thank the selection committee for the dedication to this program. Kathy Hines, Jodine Scott, Holly Layman Cannode, David Faulkner PER, Judy Faulkner, Vickie Miller, and Julie Crowe PER. Thank you to the 2018-2019 PER Todd Daquino and current Exalted Ruler Derek Kaufman. Kenton Elks Officer Mike Sturgeon for the photos and Elks Officer Gina Hoelscher for the Prayer.

We look forward to student applications for the 2019-2020 education year and congratulate all those who have participated and won.

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