Club names January Youth of the Month nominees

The CLUB

Eighth grader Jacob is The CLUB’s Youth of the Month because “he has been working really hard to be more involved with CLUB programs and has become a very good friend to other members.”

January

Heber Hunt

First grader Miranda is the Heber Hunt Site’s Youth of the Month because “she does what is expected of her every day, helps with her peers by reading to them or with them and helping with projects. We really enjoy having her smiling face in the program every day.”

Horace Mann

Fourth grader Ty is the Horace Mann Site’s Youth of the Month because “he is always there to help his friends when they need him, he is respectful and polite to staff and Club members. He always comes to Club with a smile, even when he has a bad day and he’s very friendly.”

Parkview

Fourth grader Breontae is the Parkview Site’s Youth of the Month because “she always comes to Club with a smile on her face and is eager to engage in whatever comes her way. She seldom has any problems while at Club is enjoys mentoring our younger members.”

Skyline

Third grader Pierce is the Skyline Site’s Youth of the Month because “he is an awesome kid and very caring young man. He is always respectful toward staff and his peers and always wants to help out in programs.”

Washington

Third grader Zarandon is the Washington Site’s Youth of the Month because “he is always willing to help others with whatever they need and has a positive attitude.”

Cole Camp

First grader Addie was chosen as the Cole Camp Site’s Elementary Youth of the Month and sixth grader Chase was chose as the Teen Youth of the Month, both because, “they are helpful to others and the staff.”

Green Ridge

Eighth grader Cayle is the Green Ridge Site’s Youth of the Month because “he always comes to Club silently and calmly and works immediately on his homework. He’s also great at helping younger kids with their homework.”

La Monte

Eleventh grader Chelsea was chosen at the La Monte Site’s Youth of the Month because “she has been doing a great job helping staff with projects and cleaning up the site without being asked. She enjoys reading to the younger members during Power Hour and helping them with their homework.”

Leeton

Seventh grader Cole was named the Leeton Site’s Youth of the Month because, “he is a fantastic helper who is so kind and polite to anyone he meets. He has been able to connect and work with any age group – I really value his efforts in becoming a Junior Staff member and I think he will do great things.”

Smithton

Buzz is the Smithton Site’s Elementary Youth of the Month because of his “keen interest in any type of technology, engineering and service projects.” Parker was chosen as the Junior Youth of the Month because of “his fascination with engineering projects, he sees a world beyond himself and continually asks if there is any way he can help staff.”