Pictured from left are, front row: Reagan Moody, Kaylee Ferrell and Anne LeVasseur; and back row: Elizabeth D’Amico, Adriana Basile, Leah Josephson, Ashlee Gray and Haliegh Vadala — all of whom recently volunteered at the Charlotte County Homeless Coalition. The girls are members of Girl Scout Cadette/Senior Troop 208, which meets at Faith Lutheran Church in Rotonda; and Girl Scout Cadette Troop 538, which meets at Gulf Cove United Methodist Church. Troop 208 is led by Niki LeVasseur, and Troop 538 is led by Trish Chamberlain.
The Military Order of the Purple Heart recently donated $300 to the U.S. Paratroopers Port Charlotte Chapter. Pictured are, from left, Rich Bohnen, Military Order of the Purple Heart Commander Art McGinnis, and U.S. Paratrooper Commander David Rockow.
Peace River Harvard Club president Joe Rezek, left, presents the club’s Distinguished Teacher Award to Charlotte High School teacher Diane Benson. They are joined by past club president Roger Sperry, and interim Charlotte High School principal Deelynn Bennett.
Mikehla Hicks, of the Charlotte County Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, was presented with the Florida Wing Cadet Honor Society Award, in recognition of her outstanding scholastic achievement in the Civil Air Patrol cadet program. She is seen here with Jonathan Abraham, deputy commander for cadets.
Congratulations to Mikehla Hicks of the Charlotte County Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol. She recently was presented with the Florida Wing Cadet Honor Society Award in recognition of her outstanding scholastic achievement in the Civil Air Patrol cadet program, according to a press release from Earle Bretz, the squadron’s spokesman.
According to Bretz, since the award’s inception in 1997, some 30,000 cadets were eligible for it. Of that number, only 377 have qualified. Mikehla was number 376.
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