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Community Awards Ceremony

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Interact advisor Mr. Jimenez awards Rachel Salmeron the Sam Givens Memorial Award for her outstanding community service.

Interact advisor Mr. Jimenez awards Rachel Salmeron the Sam Givens Memorial Award for her outstanding community service.

Interact advisor Mr. Jimenez awards Rachel Salmeron the Sam Givens Memorial Award for her outstanding community service.

By Gina Martinez, Copy Editor

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The Community Awards Ceremony was held on May 24th in the theater. The event ran all the way to first lunch with teachers, club advisors, and coaches handing out awards in recognition of students’ leadership, dedication, and involvement in the community.

5000 Role Models advisor Mr. Greene and club representative present the 5000 Role Models awards to seniors Adolfo Sirias, Erik Rivas, and Tommy Collins.

The ceremony is organized by a committee of teachers including CAP Counselor Ms. Puentes and Beta Advisor Dr. Hueck. There were book awards, scholarships, and memorial awards. Some of the award recipients included SGA President Alvaro Espinoza-Hueck who received the Sigma Chi award, Class of 18 President Ingrid Espinoza-Hueck who received the Gold Cup of Distinction, Class of 18 Vice President Britney Alpizar who received the Blue Cup of Distinction, and Rachel Salmeron who won the Sam Givens Award for outstanding community service.

CAP Counselor Ms. Puentes recognizes the Silver Knight Nominees: Cesar Flores, Adalain Sans, and Tommy Collins.

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