NORTH ROBINSON — Madison Furr is the Colonel Crawford Lions Student of the Month for December. She is a senior, and the daughter of Jim Miller and Miranda Furr.
Madison has earned an Academic Letter and Perfect Attendance Award each year. She is a member of the National Honor Society, serves on the Student Council and participates in Leadership Academy, and Young Life. Madison is also co-editor of the yearbook.
Madison’s other school activities include participation in FCCLA and LEO Club. As a member of these groups, she has donated her time in many and various community service projects.
Madison is a member of the softball team. She was also a homecoming court attendant as a freshman and as a senior.
As a 4-H Club member, Madison was the Rabbit Royalty Queen.
Miss Furr is a teller at Peoples Savings and Loan. Her future plans are to attend North Central State College where she will major in the field of dentistry.
The Student of the Month for January is senior Mariah Cotsamire, the daughter of Mike and Mary Cotsamire. Mariah is secretary of the National Honor Society and is a three-year Academic Letter earner.
As an FFA member, she serves as secretary and is also a participant in LEO Club. Mariah was a Girls State delegate.
She has been a member of the basketball, softball and golf teams. She received the Col. Crawford leadership award for softball and earned the golf Most Improved Player award.
Mariah is a member of Kilbourne Klover 4-H Club and has served in various capacities. She also earned the Outstanding Officer Award. As a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Mariah participates in Youth Elect Services with the youth group. She is a team member at the Bucyrus KFC.
Mariah has not chosen a college yet, but she plans to study Nursing, earning a BSN degree, and then pursue a master’s degree for either Family Nurse Practitioner or Nurse Anesthetist.
Both honorees and their families were guests at the March Lions Club dinner meeting. Each Student of the Month received a commemorative certificate and a check for fifty dollars.