Active in the Key Clubs (service groups) at their schools, the young ladies shared their goals and ambitions while being recognized at a Kiwanis Club meeting.
Csajkowski said she will continue her service leanings during a mission trip to Sweden this summer and finalize her college plans when she gets home.
Cress noted that she will attend Marian University in the fall and continue her love for serving others by joining the Circle K club there. “Emma is an outstanding Key Club and community member,” said Lisa Browning Laug, Greenwood’s club adviser. “She has a servant’s heart and succeeds at giving of her time and encouraging others to do the same.”
Heather Campbell, club adviser at Franklin Central, said Cress “is one of the most passionate people when it comes to volunteering. Her ideas and suggestions for new projects always demonstrate her innate selflessness and how much she cares about her community. She is an inspiring individual.” The scholarship’s namesakes are deceased educators who touched the lives of many.