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Student Council Elected at Marian Catholic High School


Marian Catholic 2011 Student Council
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Chicago Heights, IL-(ENEWSPF)- The Marian Catholic Student Council has been elected for the 2011-2012 school year. In addition to planning Homecoming Week activities, the group also schedules several service events for the year, including the Christmas Food Drive, and is pre-planning the annual Children’s Carnival for spring semester. With representatives from every homeroom, the large group ensures that every grade level is guaranteed a voice in decisions which affect the student community.

Student Council faculty moderators, Mrs. Jennifer Lamb and Mrs. Mary Mesterharm continue to be encouraged with the level of leadership and organizational skills exhibited by the students.

“With over 1400 students attending Marian Catholic, it is important that the community has effective leadership to guide the student body in all the activities that occur throughout the year,” said Lamb.

“Our biggest service event is the Christmas Food Drive where dozens of families receive food and gifts,” added Mesterharm. “Student Council representatives coordinate the collections for their homeroom, and assist with distribution. It’s a huge job, one easily accomplished with the students’ determination and desire to serve others.”

Student Council President Dillon J. Domke of Monee has big expectations for the group this year.

“Working with such a terrific group of people who are so determined, with a strong commitment to serve the school community, will make our fund-raising and service projects much easier to manage,” he said. “This is a group of real go-getters.”

Pausing for a photo after a planning meeting, the 2011-2012 Marian Catholic Student Council includes: (front row) Sarah Murzyn ’14 of Schererville, Katlynn Dee ’13 of Chicago Heights, Olivia Giannetti ’13 of Chicago Heights, Brittany Forrest ’12 of Glenwood, Iteaanna McKenzie ’12 of Country Club Hills, Amber Williams ’12 of Richton Park, Olivia Beck ’12 of Hammond, Troy Nutall ’13 of Chicago Heights, Ursula Simmons ’12 of Olympia Fields, (Secretary), DeAira Cooper ’13 of Lynwood, Lauren Faso ’13 of Homewood, and Guillan Sunega ’13 of Monee.

(Second Row): Cameron Lewis ’13 of Olympia Fields, (2nd Vice President); Jackie Surd ’14 of Lansing, Laura Hilger ’14 of Oak Forest, Zachary Einert ’13 of Chicago Heights, Kenneth Amadio ’13 of Chicago Heights, Airiel Nelson ’12 of Olympia Fields, Janessa Jackson ’12 of Glenwood, Phelan Simpkins ’12 of Richton Park, (Treasurer); Alexis Brown ’12 of Steger, Abby Brunner ’12 of Flossmoor, Deandre Tate-Drummer ’12 of Glenwood, (Vice President); Lynda Hodge ’13 of Lynwood, Kristin Jones ’12 of Tinley Park, Gianna Patrizi ’12 of Orland Park, Jori Hall ’13 of Flossmoor, Jenna Hoffmann ’13 of Lansing, Allison Spence ’15 of Beecher, Adrian Milos ’15 of Schererville, Shannon Kelly ’15 of Lansing, Bailey Dixon ’15 of Crete, and Vicki Kennedy ’15 of Dyer.

(Third Row): Atlas Yu ’13 of Crete, Kyla Lee ’14 of Calumet City, Jazzmine Hampton ’14 of South Holland, Regina Hoyles ’14 of Olympia Fields, Phoenix Burnett ’15 of Calumet City, William Caldwell ’15 of Matteson, Matt Lamb ’12 of Chicago Heights, Dillon Domke ’12 (President), Myles Bradley ’14 of South Holland, Mikaela Brown ’14 of Lansing, Isabell Keating ’14 of Flossmoor, Daniel Guerrero ’12 of Chicago Heights, Amy Fleming ’12 of Homewood, Jordan DeBord ’12 of Schererville, Sabrina Vellender ’15 of Chicago Heights, Mariah Vega ’15 of Steger, Robin Wilson ’15 of Frankfort, and Kelsey Feldner ’15 of Schererville.

Those not pictured include: Ariana Wade ’12 of Olympia Fields, DeAngelo Davis ’15 of Lynwood, Alisa Mayfield ’14 of Richton Park, Xia Pipkins ’13 of Matteson, Cydney Taylor ’12 of Matteson, Malika McCloud ’13 of Homewood, Amber Clay ’14 of St. John, Chinenye Ukpaby ’12 of Olympia Fields, Nikki Panozzo ’12 of Tinley Park, Jakob Wagner ’13 of Crete, Kyle Brzeszkiewicz ’14 of Park Forest, Dominic Guarino ’13 of St. John, Jarek Harrington ’15 of Sauk Village, and Jessica Bledsoe ’14 of Crete.


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