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 KHS Senior Hannah Doubman Wins Local 'Leaders' Recognition

 Published April 8, 2009

Doubman photo   Hannah Doubman, a senior at Knightstown High School, was named as one of 12 finalists in the "Indiana Leaders of Tomorrow" program and received a $500 cash award and also $500 for her school, a donation from EMBARQ.
   EMBARQ initiated the statewide "Indiana Leaders of Tomorrow" program and partnered with The Banner to recognize young leaders in Grades 9- 12 for their leadership through community volun- teerism, academic success and extracurricular activ- ities.
    Doubman, daughter of Brett and Kami Doubman of Kennard was selected as the Fortville District finalist of the Indiana Leaders of Tomorrow program for her volunteer efforts in numerous com- munity projects including volunteering as a math tutor; helping to feed the homeless during Thanksgiving; assisting the town of Kennard during the election; a volunteer for the Riley Fundraising Committee; a volunteer for Central Indiana blood drives; and participating in cheerleader clinics for elementary students. Hannah has also served as a daycare volunteer and is active in her church, the Brandywine Community Church. Extracurricular activities include a member of the National Honor Society; Spanish and History Club member; KHS Varsity Cheerleader; Academic All-State Cheerleader nominee; Homecoming and Prom Princess candidates; and served as a Freshman Mentor. Hannah has been involved in the New Castle Area Career program, where she earned her CNA and CPR certifications. She is ranked in the top five of her senior class and plans to pursue a career in Nursing.
   The statewide winner of the "Indiana Leaders of Tomorrow" program was Eric Zeltwanger of Bremen High School. Zeltwanger was selected as the winner by a panel of judges from more than 260 nominations generated around the state.
   "EMBARQ congratulates Hannah and all of those who have been nominated in this program," said Jack Moore, EMBARQ public affairs manager. "We are proud to partner with The Banner to recog- nize area youth for the leadership roles they are playing and hope to encourage others to become volunteers in our community
   
Included in the photo above are front row (l-r) are Leaders of Tomorrow nominees Crystal Heim, Kathleen Weiland, Caitlin Marsischke, (back row) KHS Principal Scott Ritchie, Leaders of Tomorrow local winner Hannah Doubman, EMBARQ.s Jack Moore and Leaders of Tomorrow nominee Nolan Hall. Not pictured are local nominees Cayla and Mylee Simmermon. (Eric Cox photo)

 

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