Lions honor students, donate to SHP


The Wilmington Lions Club hosted Student Recognition Night at the Monday night club meeting. Twelve Wilmington High School seniors were recognized by the club as this year’s outstanding students. They were introduced by WHS Principal Dr. Matthew Unger, who was accompanied by Assistant Principal Sam Woodruff. The students shared some of their school year highlights and their future plans for furthering their education. From left are Brendan Powell, Trevor Drake, Claire Greenlees, Chloe Mason, Alana Walker, Aubree Trusty, Mya Jackson, Danie Shaw, Madison Stoops, Mason McIntosh, Skylar Brown and Cailyn Tippett.

The Wilmington Lions Club hosted Student Recognition Night at the Monday night club meeting. Twelve Wilmington High School seniors were recognized by the club as this year’s outstanding students. They were introduced by WHS Principal Dr. Matthew Unger, who was accompanied by Assistant Principal Sam Woodruff. The students shared some of their school year highlights and their future plans for furthering their education. From left are Brendan Powell, Trevor Drake, Claire Greenlees, Chloe Mason, Alana Walker, Aubree Trusty, Mya Jackson, Danie Shaw, Madison Stoops, Mason McIntosh, Skylar Brown and Cailyn Tippett.


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The Wilmington Lions recently presented a check for $350 to Carrie Zeigler, who manages the Clinton County Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace. This will provide a bunk bed and bedding for children who presently don’t have a bed to sleep on. From left are Club President John Hibbs, Zeigler, and Club Program Director Ryan Page.


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The Wilmington Lions Club hosted Student Recognition Night at the Monday night club meeting. Twelve Wilmington High School seniors were recognized by the club as this year’s outstanding students. They were introduced by WHS Principal Dr. Matthew Unger, who was accompanied by Assistant Principal Sam Woodruff. The students shared some of their school year highlights and their future plans for furthering their education. From left are Brendan Powell, Trevor Drake, Claire Greenlees, Chloe Mason, Alana Walker, Aubree Trusty, Mya Jackson, Danie Shaw, Madison Stoops, Mason McIntosh, Skylar Brown and Cailyn Tippett.

The Wilmington Lions recently presented a check for $350 to Carrie Zeigler, who manages the Clinton County Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace. This will provide a bunk bed and bedding for children who presently don’t have a bed to sleep on. From left are Club President John Hibbs, Zeigler, and Club Program Director Ryan Page.

The Wilmington Lions Club hosted Student Recognition Night at the Monday night club meeting. Twelve Wilmington High School seniors were recognized by the club as this year’s outstanding students. They were introduced by WHS Principal Dr. Matthew Unger, who was accompanied by Assistant Principal Sam Woodruff. The students shared some of their school year highlights and their future plans for furthering their education. From left are Brendan Powell, Trevor Drake, Claire Greenlees, Chloe Mason, Alana Walker, Aubree Trusty, Mya Jackson, Danie Shaw, Madison Stoops, Mason McIntosh, Skylar Brown and Cailyn Tippett.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_Student-Recognition-Night.jpgThe Wilmington Lions Club hosted Student Recognition Night at the Monday night club meeting. Twelve Wilmington High School seniors were recognized by the club as this year’s outstanding students. They were introduced by WHS Principal Dr. Matthew Unger, who was accompanied by Assistant Principal Sam Woodruff. The students shared some of their school year highlights and their future plans for furthering their education. From left are Brendan Powell, Trevor Drake, Claire Greenlees, Chloe Mason, Alana Walker, Aubree Trusty, Mya Jackson, Danie Shaw, Madison Stoops, Mason McIntosh, Skylar Brown and Cailyn Tippett. Courtesy photos

The Wilmington Lions recently presented a check for $350 to Carrie Zeigler, who manages the Clinton County Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace. This will provide a bunk bed and bedding for children who presently don’t have a bed to sleep on. From left are Club President John Hibbs, Zeigler, and Club Program Director Ryan Page.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_Check-Presentation-on-4-15-19.jpgThe Wilmington Lions recently presented a check for $350 to Carrie Zeigler, who manages the Clinton County Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace. This will provide a bunk bed and bedding for children who presently don’t have a bed to sleep on. From left are Club President John Hibbs, Zeigler, and Club Program Director Ryan Page. Courtesy photos