Knox Lions Club Students of The Month - December and January
Lion Bill Black with Logan English.
Lion Bill Black with Alison Rogers.
The Knox Lions Club held a regular meeting on January 25th, 2021 where both the December 2020 and January 2021 student of the month were recognized for their accomplishment.
The December 2020 student of the month is Logan English, a Keystone Jr/Sr High School Senior, in which he was presented with a Certificate of Achievement and a Silver Eagle Coin by Lion Bill Black. He was selected for this recognition by his school for his accomplishments inside the classroom and his involvement in the community. Logan is involved in a multitude of school activities including Soccer, Track and Field, Envirothon Club, and Stage Crew. He is also a member of Keystone’s National Honor Society, an organization that recognizes academic and community achievement. Logan serves his community through the Boy Scout Troop 55, where he is currently working on his Eagle Scout project to become an Eagle Scout, as well as his church youth group. After graduation, Logan intends to attend Penn State’s main campus for Nuclear Engineering or Clarion University for Biochemistry. Logan is the son of Amy and Marty English.
The January 2021 student of the month is Alison Rogers, a Keystone Jr/Sr High School and Clarion County Career Center Senior, where she was presented with a Certificate of Achievement and a Silver Eagle Coin by Lion Bill Black.
She was selected for this recognition by her schools for her accomplishments in the classroom and in the community. Alison has been a dedicated member of Keystone’s Golf team for the past four years, in which she has gone on to play in district level competitions each year, and has lettered in golf, an achievement earned by those who dedicate themselves to their team. She also attends the Clarion County Career Center, where she has learned many useful skills within the Construction Technology Program, including blueprint reading, electrical work, masonry block laying, and many more. She also volunteers with her Grandmother at the Grove City Food Pantry, an especially critical volunteer function at this time within our country, where food banks and pantries are experiencing higher numbers of those seeking aid.
After graduation, Alison intends to earn her CDL, so that she may become a Heavy Equipment Operator. She is the daughter of Dan and Karen Rogers.