LHS Junior Civitans/Civinettes win international & state awards

     Lancaster High School’s Junior Civitan Chapter was named the 2011 International Club of the Year for the 23rd year and the S.C. Junior Civitan Club of the Year.

     The club was also named an Honor Club of Distinction and won first place for its ongoing campaign and environmental project on both state and international levels; and third place internationally for its campus project.

–     2011 Lancaster High graduate Brandon Craig was named
    &nbsp»     the International Junior Civitan of the Year,
    &nbsp»     the S.C. Junior Civitan Club President of the Year and
    &nbsp»     the S.C. Junior Civitan with Most Service Hours.

–     2011 Lancaster High graduate Richie Harper was named the International Junior Civitan District Officer of the Year

–     Lancaster High junior Colton Crenshaw was elected the S.C. Junior Civitan Governor for 2011-2012.

–     Lancaster High senior Daulton Willis was elected the S.C. Junior Civitan Secretary for 2011-2012.

–     Lancaster High senior Josh Cato was elected the S.C. Junior Civitan Area II Lieutenant Governor for 2011-2012.

–     Lancaster High senior Civinette Dai Miller was elected the S.C. Junior Civitan Corresponding Secretary for 2011-2012.

–     Lancaster High Civinette advisor Stacey Kirkley was named the State Advisor of the Year.

–     Lancaster High Civinettes won first place in social causes at the state convention.