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East Geauga Kiwanis Award Night

ommunity Service Award was given at the Kiwanis of East Geauga Annual Awards Banquet to Mandy Randles and Shannon Majewski for their work with young people. (l-r) Sandra Stocz-Fenton, president of Kiwanis of East Geauga; Mandy Randles, principal of Burton Elementary; Shannon Majewski, director of Community Outreach at Big Brothers-Big Sisters of NE Ohio and Dianne Kellogg. (MP photo/ Kiwanis)

East Geauga Kiwanis had their annual awards night on June 19 at First United Methodist Church of Middlefield. The club recognized freshmen from Berkshire and Cardinal High Schools, scholarship winners from both high schools and the recipients of The Big Heart Awards. The Big Heart – Outstanding Community Service Award was given to Mandy Randles and Shannon Majewski for their work with young people. Ms. Majewski has also been a big sister for the past nine years and explained how Big Brothers and Big Sisters is now expanding services, making a difference in the lives of foster children in our county.  Mrs. Randles is a principal who models a positive attitude, fostering respect and inspiring the best in young people wherever she goes. Both are exceptional mentors and role models in our area.  We are fortunate to have both leaders in our community.

The winners of the East Geauga Kiwanis scholarship. (l – r) Kiwanis president Sandra Stocz-Fenton; Cardinal Key Club winner Jordyn Granito; Cardinal Scholarship winner Megan Maddox; Richard A. Moss Scholarship winner Riley Schultz; and Berkshire Scholarship winners Jack Squire and Nick Romask. (MP photo/ Kiwanis)
(l – r) Kiwanis president Sandra Stocz-Fenton; Berkshire freshman girl, Lauren Lappert; Cardinal freshman boy, Samuel L.; Berkshire freshman boy Garrett Hastings and Cardinal freshman girl Grace G. (MP Photo/ Kiwanis)


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