Masonic Lodge recognizes outstanding students

Masonic Lodge recognizes outstanding students

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Masonic Lodge recognizes outstanding students

The 51st Annual Outstanding Student Awards event was held April 27 at Kenai Central High School in the Renee Henderson Auditorium. This event is sponsored by the Kenai Peninsula Masonic Lodges, Seward No. 6, Kenai No. 11, and Sterling No. 22. Students from 35 schools from the Kenai Peninsula School District were represented, as well as Nome. In addition, the Kenai Peninsula Masonic Lodges also presented seven scholarships. This year’s awards went to Lizzy Hahn, Avia Miller, Levi Anderson, Haylee Overson, Rachel Davidson, Avram Salzmann, Dimitry Kuzmin, Olivia Scott, Liam Bureau, Alexandria Schell, Hally Elder-Hanson, Kalinik Reutov, Ryan Campos, Britanny Anne Gilman, Catun Crabb, Melanie Sexton, Emily Durfree, Kauly Stynberg, Anfim Kalugin, Olivia Delgado, Dustin Otton, Cathy Nguyen, Annalise Contreras, Vasilisa Basargin, Andrew Arthur, Joshua Shuler, Emma Moore, Ivy Daly, Noelani Fullerton, Jode Sparks, Nicholas McConnell, Jennifer Webster, Cadence Cooper, Elizaveta Reutov. (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

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