2017 Naperville Evening Kiwanis Scholarship Recipients
Awards are granted annually to graduating seniors of our Key Club High Schools: Metea Valley and Waubonsie Valley. The purpose of this award is to recognize students for their display of leadership, community service, and successful educational efforts in furtherance of their education. To be eligible for this award the candidate must be a Key Club member in good standing and plan to attend a college or university in the upcoming school year. The Kiwanis club seeks to recognize educational achievement equally with leadership and community service.
During this year's award ceremony held on July 17th, Bob Horton, Chair of the Scholarship Committee, introduced the Scholarship recipients and each of them made a short presentation about their involvement in Key Club and where they plan to attend college/university.
Congratulations to the following scholarship recepients.
Edward Degtyaryov, from Waubonsie planning to attend Aurora University; Leana Goldman, from Metea planning to attend Xavier University; Puja Mohan, from Metea planning to attend Kent State University; and Swati Singh, from Waubonsie planning to attend University of Illinois.
Edward Degtyaryov, from Waubonsie, with Bob Horton presenting.
Leana Goldman, from Metea planning to attend Xavier University, with Bob Horton presenting.
Swati Singh, from Waubonsie planning to attend University of Illinois, with Bob Horton presenting.
Puja Mohan's mother is accepting on behalf of Pujay from Metea who has already started to attend Kent State University. Bob Horton is presenting.
Picture of scholarship winners holding awards standing next to parent along with high school advisers, Sue Poviloins of Metea Valley and Andrew Krueger of Waubonsie at each end of group picture.
Best Wishes Kiwanis 2017 Scholarship Recipients
Key Clubs - Growing Volunteer Spirit
Waubonsie Valley displaying the tools of leadership.
2017 Naperville Evening Kiwanis North Central College CKI Officer Induction
On Wednesday April 5th CKI Installation Banquet was held at North Central College in Naperville. In the first quarter of this year CKI merged with Cardinals in Action group.
Picture #1 - From left - Dick Nelson, Kiwanis Club president-elect and CKI officer installer, Elysia Rodriquez, outgoing CKI secretary, Mike Markowicz, Kiwanis Club president, Rosalia LoPresti, outgoing CKI vice president, Bob Horton, CKI adviser, Claire Henneberry, outgoing CKI president, and John Kroening, CKI adviser.
Picture #2 - From left - Dick Nelson, Lorena Aguilar, incoming president, CKI - Cardinals In Action Club, Mike Markowicz, Lauren Dvorak, incoming secretary CKI - Cardinals In Action Club, Bob Horton, Alexia Chlibovytsch, Social Media Coordinator, CKI - Cardinals In Action Club, and John Kroening.
Naperville Evening Kiwanis is looking forward to working with an active, enthusiastic CKI - Cardinals In Action group.