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Citizenship Award
May 4, 2016


Emily Weyls Takes Home Valley City Citizenship Award

Emily Weyls, a graduating Buckeye High School Senior, won the Valley City Citizenship Award May 4. It was presented at Buckeye's Top Scholar Night, a prestigious event recognizing many accomplished scholars.

Emily, daughter of Mark and Lori Weyls, was selected as one who best represents an ideal Buckeye student. Her four year career saw a balance of activities that help make a good citizen. They include active roles in academics, sports, extracurricular school and community undertakings, leadership and outside employment. Emily is on her way to Kent State to pursue a nursing degree, and aspires to continue in even more advanced medicine.

The Citizenship Award has for 42 years been presented annually by the Valley City Chamber of Commerce. This year the Valley City and Brunswick Chambers have newly merged into the Northern Medina County Chamber Alliance (NMCCA at www.nmccalliance.com). Consequently the Award was for the first time presented by the newly formed Valley City Community Group (VCCG at www.valleycity.org) which now manages and derives its funds from the Valley City Frog Jump Festival. It consists of her name on a standing plaque in the Buckeye trophy case, a personal plaque and a scholarship check. Congratulations and good luck, Emily.

 

 
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