Superintendent Bill Hall speaks at the Lions Club meeting on June 11 (photo credit: Amanda Mendez)Lions Club scholarship winners address the Club, their families, and guests to discuss their plans for the future. Here, Bryce Friga stands to talk about his plans for a career as a veterinarian. (photo credit: Amanda Mendez)Left to right: Zoe Kimbrough, Emily Scarborough, Brady Walton, Bryce Friga, and Lion Dean Aye. (photo credit: Amanda Mendez)

Four Willow Students Win Lions Club Scholarships

The Lions Club of Willow Springs met on June 11. Prior to their regular business meeting, the Lions awarded scholarships in the amount of $500 each to four Willow Springs High School students. 
Lion Dean Aye gave a short address about the Club and its work before inviting the students to sit at the head table and receive their scholarships. Aye spoke of the Lions’ focus on service, especially to their local community. He said the students present earned the scholarships through “hard work and the support of their parents.”
Superintendent of Schools, Bill Hall, addressed the assembly, and spoke of 2020 as a “year unlike any other,” commending these four seniors for triumphing through a year full of struggle and hardship.
With that, seniors Emily Scarborough, Zoe Kimbrough, Bryce Friga, and Brady Walton were invited to take a seat at the head table and receive their scholarship certificates. Each student gave a short self-introduction and overview of their plans for higher education and career.

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