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Washington County Students Recognized As 'Good Hearts,' Inspiration To Others

Posted: May 7, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO DAVID GOTTSCHALK Doug Walker, left, gives daughter Annie Walker, 12, of McNair Middle School, a hug and kiss after returning to her table after receiving a medal and awards from the Fayetteville Sequoyah Kiwanis.

FAYETTEVILLE -- Students from every middle, junior and high school in Washington County were honored Tuesday by the Fayetteville Sequoyah Kiwanis for their good hearts.

At A Glance (w/logo)

Youth Awards

The Youth Excellence Awards, also known as “Good Hearts” awards, were created 28 years ago by the Fayetteville Sequoyah Kiwanis Club to honor young people for accomplishments that touch hearts and lives and might not otherwise be recognized. The students honored were:

• Breanna Cox, Elkins High School

• Jordin Smith, Farmington High School

• Yana Daydiuk, Fayetteville Christian School

• Spencer Tan, Fayetteville High School

• Julia Ramsfield, Greenland High School

• Joshua Tanner Edens, Har-Ber High School, Springdale

• Mecce Thao, Lincoln High School

• Landie Lee, Prairie Grove High School

• Johnny Lemari, Springdale High School

• Dakota Aikens, Springdale Archer Learning Environment

• Tiffany Romine, West Fork High School

• Dalton Douangdara, Springdale Central Junior High School

• Lister Mea, George Junior High School, Springdale

• Chance Thompson, Lakeside Junor High School, Springdale

• Robby Buchanan, Ramay Junior High School, Fayetteville

• Stephen Layman, Southwest Junior High School, Springdale

• Maddie and Shasta Russell, Greenland Middle School

• Armando Cervantes, Helen Tyson Middle School, Springdale

• Makenna Bolinger, Hellstern Middle School, Springdale

• William “Isaac” Eddy, J.O. Kelly Middle School, Springdale

• Annie Walker, McNair Middle School, Fayetteville

• Rachel Waldner, Owl Creek School, Fayetteville

• Nathan Shelton, Prairie Grove Middle School

• Mark Marinoni, Randall G. Lynch Middle School, Farmington

• Raven Ramirez, St. Joseph Catholic School, Fayetteville

• Judy Mugley, West Fork Middle School

Source: Staff Report

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