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National Honor Society Inducts 36 New Members
National Honor Society Inducts 36 New Members
Allison Wygal
Wednesday, December 18, 2019


Front Row:
Katelyn Stapleton, Jack Eggleston, Joshua Spinner, Ian Wolfe, Cooper Havens, Lance Baldwin, Elizabeth Davis, Taylor Wayman, Morgan Damron, Kerris Woods, Hannah Bowman, Dawson Jenkins, Andrew Hardwick, Tyler Douthwaite

Middle Row:
Noah Cline, Ryan Motzko, Kaylee LeVan, Luke Hudson, Maria Henderson, Hannah Riblet, Kaleigh Wilcox, Emily Bolton, Grace Estes, Lilian Davis, Sophia Cole

Top Row:
Hayden Phillips, Garrett Richardson, Selena Weaver, Andrew Stoner, Anna McGill, Regan Boyd, Ashlie Spencer, Trinity Perkins, Olivia Neer, Kathleen Rollins, Kienna Whitma

The West Liberty-Salem Chapter of The National Honor Society inducted 36 students on Monday, December 9th, at 7pm in the High School Cafetorium.  This group included five seniors and 31 juniors.  Anna Kauffman presided as the Master of Ceremony, and her theme was, “A Whole New World.”  Co – president Rachel Davis spoke on “meeting challenges head on and to show excellence in all things, even the little tasks”. Co – President Trenton Douthwaite spoke of “making the dreams each student has dreamed into a reality by taking advantage of every opportunity that life presents.”  Parliamentarian Savannah Weaver, Member at Large Kennah Erwin, Secretary Cade Clerico and Vice-President Tori Wilson shared the four core values on Leadership, Service, Scholarship and Character.  Member Kayla Erwin called each inductee forward, member Sydnee Payer placed the chords on the inductees, and member Jaelen Meeker handed them their certificates. Lastly, Co-Presidents Rachel and Trenton then lead the group in the NHS pledge.  Final Words were given by Mr. Andy McGill after which the group gathered for light desserts in the elementary cafeteria.