Jack Wilson received the ‘B B King’ award and Woody Wilson received the ‘All Sport King’ award during the Lions Camp closing ceremony. This is the second summer for the boys to attend Lions Camp in Anacoco.
Tina, Wayne and Rhett Ragan presented the 16th Scholarship in memory of Kasey Joelle Ragan to Ariel Wade. Ariel will attend McNeese State University this fall to pursue a degree in education. She plans to teach history at the high school level. Ariel’s counselors believe that she has all the skills and determination to achieve this goal. She is a natural born leader and is always willing to help others. Her positive attitude and determination will make her dream of becoming a history teach come true.
The 17th Kasey Joelle Memorial Scholarship was presented to Miss Emily Miller. This bright young lady has the mindset of making the world a better place. She plans to attend The Affiliated Blind Louisiana (ABL) in order to learn how to be independently successful. Upon completion, she plans to transfer to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Emily chose ULL because it’s her favorite university and she loves Lafayette’s culture. Her plan includes majoring in psychology and becoming a Clinical Psychologist. She aspires to open her own clinic and help other people with disabilities.
Sarah Thibodaux received the ‘Most Popular’ award. This was Sarah’s 7th summer to attend Lions Camp and she definitely deserved this award. She loves Lions Camp.