Courier July 1, 2019

This week we learned more about three of our scholarship recipients at the weekly luncheon. Victoria Rangel, Madison Adams, and Ede Rogers all attended lunch and shared their dreams for the future. Ede is a faith based, mission driven graduate of Montgomery High School with plans to attend Blinn College pursuing an education in health administration. She hopes to someday open a clinic assisting underdeveloped communities such as Zambia.

Madison Adams has contributed over 1600 hours to community service through outreach programs at Mims Baptist Church, Children’s camps, and local nonprofits. She is driven to be part of “Go Missions” at Houston Baptist University as a student dedicated to social work and marketing to increase awareness of orphan ministry.

Lastly, Victoria Rangel is continuing her education at Southeastern Community College with hopes of making a difference to children and their families with improved living conditions. All three of the graduates are very mission driven to improve the lives of others near and far especially the lives of children.

Kiwanis will continue to be part of their lives as they are introduced to Circle K, the student-led collegiate service organization, affiliated with Kiwanis International. It was fascinating to hear the excitement of their young minds and all the opportunities in their future. Conroe Noon Kiwanis was honored to have Victoria, Ed, and Madison share their time with us.

Partnering with Yes to Youth, Montgomery County Youth Services, Kiwanis member Mickey Deison joined the groundbreaking ceremony for a new building for homeless youth with a potential of housing 30 youth. Exciting things happening in the community!