2010-11 NY Mills NHS members announced
The 2010-2011 New York Mills National Honor Society (NHS) members have been selected.
There are members in four areas of criteria, achievement, leadership, character and service.
President, Lauren Bach- daughter of Gary and Laurie Bach - Lauren's pledge is to volunteer at the VFW and be a part of Womens Auxiliary.
Cody Clarksean, son of Randy Clarksean and Lidia Jacobson. Cody's pledge is going to read to the Kindergarten classes once a month.
Megan Cole, daughter of Michael and Julie Cole. Megan's pledge is to help with elementary girls basketball.
Theresa Ehnert, daughter of Pamela and Brian Ehnert. Theresa's pledge will be to help tutor for Ms. Cooley's college algebra class before or after school once or twice a week.
Vice President Anthony Hendrickx, son of Josie and Ken Hendrickx. Anthony's pledge will be to organize and work the Relay for Life for the community of New York Mills.
Melissa Hendrickx, daughter of Bonnie and Steve Hendrickx. Missy's pledge will be to work with the elementary tennis team as well as organize a 5th and 6th grade cheer camp.
Seth Hofland, son of Sally and David Hofland. Seth's Pledge is to volunteer with the elementary wrestling program and also work with the green team.
Tristan Huwe, son of Greg and Cindy Huwe and LeAnn Koehler. Tristan's pledge is to work with the elementary boys basketball program and also volunteer his time with the food shelf.
Micaela Lausten, daughter of Mark and Adele Lausten. Micaela's pledge is to help kids with their 4-H horse projects over the summer. She will also work one night a week at the Perham fair grounds giving horse lessons to kids
Bryce Pazdernik, son of Travis and Shana Hensch, Matt and Sarah Crompton. Bryce's pledge will be to help with elementary boy's basketball as well as volunteer with the Santa Anonymous Program.
Frank Peeters, son of Mary and John Peeters, Frank's pledge is to be on the green team. Frank will also take time once a week before or after school to help tutor college algebra students.
Brittin Roberts, son of Rachel and Randy Roberts. Britten's pledge will be to volunteer before or after school once a week to help tutor 7th and 8th grade students.
Hannah Rutten, daughter of Dana Patsie and Louis Rutten. Hannah's pledge is to help FFA plant trees in the community.
Kayse Salo, daughter of Linda and Troy Salo. Kayse's Pledge will be to help plant trees through the community.
Erik Tumberg, son of Daniel and Cheri Tumberg. Erik's pledge will be to help elementary boys basketball, track and volunteer with the Santa Anonymous Program.
Tanner Wegschied, son of Melissa and Gary Wegscheid. Tanners pledge will be to help with elementary boys basketball and volunteer with the Santa Anonymous Program.
The National Honor Society is one of the nation's premier organizations established to recognize outstanding high school and middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NHS students show excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since their beginnings in 1921 and 1929.
Today, it is estimated that more than one million students participate in activities of the NHS and chapters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, many U.S. territories, and Canada. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but also challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.