Bay senior honored in D.C. for community service

Westlake Bay Village Observer

 

Bay High School senior Joseph Melenick was one of two Ohio students recently honored with the Prudential Spirit of Community Award and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. Each year for the past 16 years, Prudential Financial and the National Association of Secondary School Principals have awarded the top two student volunteers from each state and the District of Columbia with a $1,000 award and a free trip to the nation's capital.
While in Washington, Joe met with Sen. Sherrod Brown, who congratulated him for raising $50,000 for Crohn's disease research.
"Young Ohioans like Joseph Melenick provide the energy, insight and imagination needed to lead our state toward even greater progress in the 21st century,” Brown said. “This is a proud moment not only for Joseph, but also for the family and the educators who helped instill his solid Ohio values of hard work and community service."Bay High School senior Joseph Melenick was one of two Ohio students recently honored with the Prudential Spirit of Community Award and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. Each year for the past 16 years, Prudential Financial and the National Association of Secondary School Principals have awarded the top two student volunteers from each state and the District of Columbia with a $1,000 award and a free trip to the nation's capital.

Bay High School senior Joseph Melenick was one of two Ohio students recently honored with the Prudential Spirit of Community Award and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. Each year for the past 16 years, Prudential Financial and the National Association of Secondary School Principals have awarded the top two student volunteers from each state and the District of Columbia with a $1,000 award and a free trip to the nation's capital.

While in Washington, Joe met with Sen. Sherrod Brown, who congratulated him for raising $50,000 for Crohn's disease research.

"Young Ohioans like Joseph Melenick provide the energy, insight and imagination needed to lead our state toward even greater progress in the 21st century,” Brown said. “This is a proud moment not only for Joseph, but also for the family and the educators who helped instill his solid Ohio values of hard work and community service."

 

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