At our October 18 meeting we honored 6 students, including our first ever from Green Bay West:
Bennett Herold of Ashwaubenon, was introduced by his counselor John Hilbert.  Bennett has put in over 300 hours of volunteer work at his high school, giving his time to school musicals, soccer coaching for younger students among other activities. Service has been his family’s model, given that his grandmother upon passing, appointed his parents as custodians of a charitable fund which has returned more than $500,000 to the Boys and Girls Club and an animal shelter in the community. He will be attending UW Eau Claire to pursue studies to become an elementary teacher.                                                                                                                                                                               Sequoia Cornelius of Southwest high school, was introduced by assistant principal Travis Lipsh.  She has a 4.0 cumulative grade point average and is president of the health occupations students of America(HOSA) club in the district. She is also the native club vice president, member of the national honor Society and coordinator of the American Red Cross blood drive. She’s a mentor for young girls of color at the  ”Loving the skin I’m in” organization. She has applied to Brown, Vanderbilt and Harvard University for college and wants to attend Harvard Medical School.                                                                                                                                    
Eric Sperduto of Pulaski high school was introduced by Jeff Wagoner, a high school counselor. He participates in the marching and concert band, is on the yearbook editorial staff, the tennis team and volunteers for the wildlife sanctuary & his local church.  He is the senior Class president, a drummer in the band and will be headed to UW Platteville for engineering.                                                       
 Jack Marsh of Pulaski high school, was also  introduced by Jeff Wagoner.   He is involved in football, tennis and hockey. He works with the big Brothers and big sisters, works with a youth football team on Saturday mornings. He wishes to attend college to obtain a degree in athletic training, He is inspired by his mother who has been a model in her struggle with breast cancer.                                                                                                                                    
Cara Wreen of Bayport high school and introduced by Katie Noe a high school counselor. She is committed to use her talents and resources to help others. She was the only female in an advanced computer class and felt the need to empower and encourage younger girls to pursue studies and careers in science. She founded an organization STEM 2 GIRLS.org to interest female students in science. She noted she was of Korean descent. She is an accomplished violinist and viola player and is interested in pursuing her college career at Georgetown in the field of foreign service and/or humanities and computers.                                                                                            
Jasmine Campell of West high school, introduced by Sarah Schultz her counselor . She is in the International Baccalaureate diploma program (IB) and will hopefully test out on six or seven college courses. She has volunteered for more than 200 hours, especially in the summer program for kindergartners, first and second grade students. She organized a book drive for St. Vincent’s Children’s Hospital. She is interested in studying forensic pathology, has applied to Brown and Stanford universities.