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Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

Abigail is shown with Kiwanis Club President Ed Kurmann and her mother, Ann Sutter.

Abigail is shown with Kiwanis Club President Ed Kurmann and her mother, Ann Sutter.

The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Abigail Sutter of St. Mark Catholic School as its Outstanding Student of the Month. Abigail was honored for her outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership she performs at her school and in the community.

She received a certificate of recognition, a gift card to a local store and a gift card to the South Lindbergh Dairy Queen. Abigail is shown with Kiwanis Club President Ed Kurmann and her mother, Ann Sutter.

    Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

    Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

    The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Olivia Collier of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic School as its Outstanding Student of the Month. She was honored for her outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership she performs at her school and in the community. Olivia received a certificate of recognition and a gift card to a local store and to the South Lindbergh Dairy Queen. She is pictured with her parents, Pam and Jeff Collier.

    Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

    Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

    The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Amanda Kapp of Queen of All Saints Catholic School as its Outstanding Student of the Month. She was honored for her outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership she performs at her school and in the community. Amanda received a certificate of recognition and a gift card to a local store. She is pictured with her parents, Greg and Amy Kapp.

    Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

    Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

    The Kiwanis Club of Crestwood-Sunset Hills recently honored Ashley Harbaugh as its Student of the Month. Harbaugh, a Lindbergh High School senior, was honored because her hard work, reliability and leadership help her stand out as a role model to other students. She is a member of the cross country, soccer and basketball teams. She is a member of Try Putting Off Drinking, a group of students who make peer presentations about the effects of alcohol. Harbaugh has a passion and desire to become a nurse and plans to attend the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Pictured, from left, are: Kiwanis Club Past President Jim Sayler, Harbaugh and Jon Riethmeier, senior class counselor.

      Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

      Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

      The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Zachary Pesek of St. Mark Catholic School as its Outstanding Student of the Month. He was honored for his outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership he performs at his school and in the community. He received a certificate of recognition and a $50 savings bond. Zachary is pictured with his parents, Chris and Lisa Pesek.

      Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

      The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Andrew Torbeck of Green Park Lutheran School as its Outstanding Student of the Month. He was honored for his outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership he performs at his school and in the community. He received a certificate of recognition and a $50 savings bond. Pictured, from left, are: Green Park Lutheran School teacher Angie Schiller, Andrew and his parents, Mark and Julie Torbeck.

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