Entries for 'Community Service Awards'
Friday, May 26, 2017
The crowd for Rochester Hills Stoney Creek’s boys basketball game against rival Rochester was as rowdy as could be hoped for most of the evening Feb. 28.
But it fell silent during halftime as Stoney Creek juniors Nate Davis, Kevin Price and Isabella Ubaydi spoke ...Continue Reading
Friday, May 26, 2017
The design was the same, the pattern was one they’d used, and the little girl had received her blanket right around Christmas while undergoing cancer treatments.
Nikki Sorgi has no way of knowing for sure if the blanket is one of more than 400 she, her older sist...Continue Reading
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Once, a bag was filled with ants. Others had dead mice. Another time, a duck bit her.
But a few funny memories were worth the opportunity for Sesi to meet and help an untold number of people, beginning when she was 6 years old – truly a life’s work so far f...Continue Reading
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Every time Justice Ottinger sees one of the neon green T-shirts he designed on a student in the hallways at Newaygo High, he remembers fondly the “Ball Is Life, Organs Are Too” basketball game he planned this winter as an intern in the school’s athleti...Continue Reading
Monday, May 22, 2017
Bailey Brown will begin at Oakland University this fall with plenty to drive her through what at times will be grueling studies as she prepares for a career in pediatric medicine.
As the oldest of six siblings, she’s always been around kids – and she loves ...Continue Reading
Sunday, May 21, 2017
The task itself was a simple one, and the reasons for doing it simple at first.
But Colon High School's "Yard Squad" never anticipated the response.Continue Reading
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Students representing six Michigan high schools have been selected as winners of the inaugural Community Service Awards sponsored by the MHSAA and Lake Trust Credit Union for their efforts to improve the lives of others in their communities.Continue Reading
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Sports often make up a significant, although singular part of the lives of Michigan’s high school student-athletes and coaches.
Many also find ways to have significant impacts on the lives of others – and we’d like to tell the rest of our state how th...Continue Reading