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Peggy Hendricks, of Lowell, was recently presented with the Senior Community Award by the Hawthorne Arbor of Gleaners in Lowell.
Brandon Woods, 18, was recently honored by the National Society of Collegiate Scholars for his commitment to the ideas of scholarship, leadership and service.
Schererville firefighter Christine Graf received state recognition recently when she received the Achievement of Excellence Award in Indianapolis, presented by the state Operation Lifesaver Program and CN Railroad.
Luther East High School teacher Michael Gonya showed teaching potential even as a student at that very same Lansing school.
Illiana Christian High School senior Ciara Swan was chosen as Lansing Rotary Club’s March Student of the Month for her high grades and participation in Christian Service Club.
Nicole Wills, of Dyer, dedicates herself to ensuring that soldiers receive a piece of home through her group, Northwest Indiana Supports Our Soldiers.
Munster native Amanda Schulte has begun training for what is perhaps the longest bicycle ride she will ever take.
Veteran teacher Paula Etheridge was recently recognized by the Archdiocese of Chicago and presented with the Heart of the School Award for her innovation and creativity in the classroom.
Jessica Newenhouse, 18, was recently chosen as Lansing Rotary Student of the Month.
Macy Margherio, 12, is looking forward to building leadership and social advocacy skills when she travels to Washington, D.C., in August for the Junior National Young Leaders Conference.
Crete resident Judy Tucker is quickly becoming a leader in the quilting community, having been selected as a semifinalist at the 2013 American Quilter’s Society QuiltWeek competition in Lancaster, Penn.
Jon DeVries, 18, is excited to be named 2013 valedictorian at Illiana Christian High School in Lansing.
Steven Ferguson, 24, is relishing his new teaching position at Luther East High School in Lansing.
Illiana Christian High School student Kayla VanderWall enjoys using her talents to help those in need.
Dyer resident Lauren Rigg was recently chosen as this year's Outstanding Senior for the School of Health Sciences in the College of Health and Human Science at Purdue University, West Lafayette.
A love of airplanes has propelled Cedar Lake native Mark Burgess to a successful career at Boeing, and recently earned him recognition from Purdue University.
Shanya Smith, of Calumet City, is using her love of helping others to prepare for a career in social work and special education.
Michael Glorioso’s enthusiasm and work ethic has led him to a fulfilling career as a United Way Retired and Senior Volunteer Program coordinator in Valparaiso.
Sariah Germain, 16, will visit the country of her dreams when she travels to Japan in August through an AFS-USA international exchange program.
Jacob Linkiewicz, of Calumet City, is looking forward to a successful career as a pipefitter.
In 2012, DeMotte resident Jennifer Geiselman began repurposing donated bicycles, and her charitable work, Bikes for Kids, is beginning to catch the attention of her community.
Portage High School student Rachel Stewart is one of 20 incoming freshmen accepted to Ball State University’s Dance Performance program as a result of her talent and dedication to the art.
Marina Ahner, 13, enjoys pushing her body to the limit, both in the water and on land.
Attention to detail and a broad world view led Dominican University apparel design student Megan Strong to receive a $5,000 scholarship from Fashion Group International of Chicago.
Dennis Kenneally was one of 350 middle school students chosen from across the country to attend the National Young Leaders State Conference in Indianapolis last month.
John Kooyenga’s personable nature and outstanding grades have earned him Student of the Month recognition from the Lansing Rotary Club.
When mother of three Vanessa Amanatidis felt she needed a creative outlet, she turned to fashion design and began embellishing clothes for her girls.
Dyer resident Amanda Perniciaro is well on her way to becoming a school guidance counselor, having finished an internship in December at Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet City.
Merrillville resident Susan Colvin is bringing decades of swimming experience to her new position as Aquatics Coordinator at the Portage Township YMCA, 3100 Willowcreek Road.
Griffith resident Katelin Muesing is looking forward to enhancing her knowledge and confidence in the classroom with her recent selection as an Astellas-NSTA Fellow in the NSTA New Science Teacher Academy.
Wheatfield native Dirk Oudman used his recent mission trip to gain valuable experience for his future career as an environmental lobbyist.
Alexa Van Beek, 18, is hoping to forge a successful career as a graphic designer.
Lansing resident Alex Schell has his outstanding grades and athletic ability to thank for his selection as January Student of the Month by the Lansing Rotary Club.
Munster native Alexa Groen is gaining valuable leadership skills at Dordt College through the Sioux Center, Iowa school’s AMOR service projects.
One audition propelled Gary native Glen Kimble ll from a maintenance supervisor to a singing sensation.
Abbie Prasco, 24, fulfilled a childhood dream in January when she became the newest Child Care and Development Center coordinator at the Portage Township YMCA, 3100 Willowcreek Road.
Gary resident Jada Davis is determined to pursue her dream of becoming a mechanical engineer.
Alison Martinez is bringing energy and youth into the classroom in her new role as Spanish teacher at Luther East High School in Lansing.
Ellen Chmura, 17, received the opportunity of a lifetime when she was selected to perform with the Bands of America Honor Band in January at the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif.
Anastasia Trekles enjoys making a difference as the newest board president of the Independent Cat Society, a no-kill cat shelter in Westville.
CROWN POINT | Leslie Cook aims to provide dogs and cats superior nutrition with her Crown Point shop, Woof Life.
Austin Qualizza, 17, was recently named a Region Sports Network and Indiana University Northwest Academic All-Star Award winner, recognizing his hard work in the classroom and on the golf course.
Lansing teenager Kevin Quealy hopes his future efforts in researching alternative energy will improve the environment for future generations.
Ashley Hill, 21, enjoys seeing homeless animals become cherished members of a family as the dog coordinator at rescue agency Lakeshore PAWS.
As a nurse, Debbie Hanna has seen the birth of a new life and has held the hand of one who is ending life.
Sharon Burrink has held a passion for art since winning a coloring contest in Sunday school, and now enjoys passing on her talent to the next generation.
Officer James Ghrist, 34, enjoys helping keep his community safe through his position as Drug Abuse Resistance Education and Crime Prevention Officer with the Munster Police Department.
Valparaiso resident Jenna Wong is on a mission to expand food options for those with gluten intolerance.
Griffith Police Department's Patrolman First Class Robert Gutierrez is counting on a more streamlined police force with the addition of the town’s first police dog.
Lake Station student Christopher Szostek was recently nominated by U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville, to attend three military academies - the Air Force Academy, the Naval Academy, and the U.S. Military (West Point) Academy.
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