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  • LCTC honors October students of the month

  • The Osage Community Elks Lodge #2705 honors Lake Career & Technical Center students Ali Bradney and Luke Johns as their October Students of the Month recipients.
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  • The Osage Community Elks Lodge #2705 honors Lake Career & Technical Center students Ali Bradney and Luke Johns as their October Students of the Month recipients.
    Ali Bradney, niece of Jeffrey and LuTana Griffin, and granddaughter of Jeff and Cathy Griffin, is a motivated Camdenton senior. Her teacher, Cassie Wilmes, said Ali is a positive, self-motivated leader who excels academically while working two jobs. Because of Ali’s hard work she has earned accolades such as FFA President, and Area VIII FFA Historian. She is with International Thespian Society, an A+ Tutor, on the Laker Tennis team, and member of The Potter’s House church. After graduation, Ali plans to attend Missouri State University to study Agriculture Education/Communication, and Agriculture Business.
    Luke Johns, son of Fate and Julie Johns, is also a Camdenton senior. He was nominated by his Computer Integration teacher, Lynn Cramer, who says he chose Luke because of his hard work, cooperation with classmates, “and is always ready to help out when there is a problem to be solved.” Luke has a great attendance record, was a SkillsUSA quiz bowl leader, classroom Student Teacher helping to design curriculum, A+ Mentor for Game Design, and a Math tutor. After high school, Luke plans to pursue post-secondary training to become a Game Designer.
    Students and guests were recognized at LCTC with a luncheon prepared in their honor by the Culinary Arts program. Each student receives a cash award as well as a plaque for this achievement.

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