OGDENSBURG -- The Ogdensburg Free Academy Key Club will honor the community’s top student volunteers and install new club officers Sunday.
The Carole Burns Service Awards will go to 15 of the club’s members who have performed the most community service over the past year.
“Our community does a lot to honor our top academic achievers and our top athletes, but Key Club and the Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club try to recognize those young people who show all year that they care about their community and are willing to volunteer their time and effort to make it a better place,” said outgoing President April Mashaw. “The students we are recognizing have donated countless hours at a wide variety of service projects like Harvest Walk for the Ogdensburg Neighborhood Center, painting Kids Kingdom, reading to children at the Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Club, helping out at the free community Thanksgiving dinner with the Knights of Columbus and other projects during the year.”
Outgoing club president April Mashaw will present the Carole Burns Service Awards to members who have performed the most community service over the past year. The award is sponsored by the Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club in honor of the late educator Carole Burns, who was a member of the Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club.
Recipients include Laken Kelly, Brooke Richardson, Charlotte Miller, Nabiha Qudsi, Shauna Rickett, Cynthia Buscemi, Martin Arquitt, Maddie Ward, Garrett Calton, Seth Pickman, Victoria Measheaw, Matt Snodgrass, Sam Pearson, Emily Bouchard, and Alex Barr.
Other students who will be honored include:
Outgoing officers: President April Mashaw, Vice President Alex Barr, Treasurer Garrett Calton, Secretary Nabiha Qudsi.
New officers: President Charlotte Miller, Vice President John Morrison, Treasurer Garrett Calton, Secretary Laken Kelly.
The Key Club member recognition dinner is at 6 p.m. Sunday, June 17 at the Gran View.
Parents, grandparents and friends of the students are invited to attend the dinner where top student volunteers will be honored and officers will recognized and installed.
Admission is $15 for adults.
Reservations should be made by Friday with Faculty Advisor Christina Frank by leaving a message at 713-4016.