Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk News
Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk awarded two Morris Goldberg $1000 Scholarships to two well deserving students to the High School Key Club on awards night, June1, 2022.
Morris Goldberg was the original founder of Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk and was an active member of the Seekonk community who dedicated his life to helping others. Mr. Goldberg encouraged all students and adults to participate in community service.
The first scholarship went to Nicolas Yang. Nicolas had countless hours of community service and has received many honors and awards. Some of those awards are:
Being Lt. Governor for the Key Club, Distinguished District Secretary, and ran the Key Club yearly conference and so much else.
He doesn't know where he would be today without the help of volunteers. It is the reason Nicholas gives so much back. He will be attending Harvard University to study Computer Science.
The next scholarship was awarded to Kayla Owens. Kayla also has done so much for the Key Club. She has over 200 hours of community service and has received many honors and awards. Some of them are: The Presidential Gold Award, the National Honor Society and many, many more.
Community Service is part of her everyday life. Kayla will be attending Connecticut College where she will study to be a Special Education teacher.
All of us at Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk wish you both a bright, happy and rewarding future and we wish you the best life has to offer.
Always try to keep peace in your heart.
Congratulations to you both and to your families.
Sincerely, Kiwanis of Greater Seekonk
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