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Webster City High School inducts 20 students in the National Honor Society Sunday afternoon.
Posted: Mar 03 2013 by ppowers

A  1995 Webster City High School graduate was the keynote speaker at Sunday afternoon's National Honor Society induction ceremony held at Prem Sahai Auditorium. Guy Leman presented words of encouragement to the 20 members inducted in the local chapter. This year's new members of the National Honor Society are the following seniors. They are Josi Dinsdale, Brody Foster, Ada Juarez, Monica Maharry, Bridget Moriarty, Alissa Runyon and Rebecca Sanchez. The junior students inducted were Maddie Bertran,Garrett Claude, Caitlyn Dellinger, Megan Gilbert, Tanner Hild, Madeline Keane, John Maubach, Gina Moline, Ben Mossman, Kaylee Schnathorst, Morgan Shannon, Douglas Stoakes and Hannah White. Each of the students were selected for demonstrating excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. KQWC Radio salutes these students from Webster City High School.

A  1995 Webster City High School graduate was the keynote speaker at Sunday afternoon's National Honor Society induction ceremony held at Prem Sahai Auditorium. Guy Leman presented words of encouragement to the 20 members inducted in the local chapter. This year's new members of the National Honor Society are the following seniors. They are Josi Dinsdale, Brody Foster, Ada Juarez, Monica Maharry, Bridget Moriarty, Alissa Runyon and Rebecca Sanchez. The junior students inducted were Maddie Bertran,Garrett Claude, Caitlyn Dellinger, Megan Gilbert, Tanner Hild, Madeline Keane, John Maubach, Gina Moline, Ben Mossman, Kaylee Schnathorst, Morgan Shannon, Douglas Stoakes and Hannah White. Each of the students were selected for demonstrating excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. KQWC Radio salutes these students from Webster City High School.

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