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37 Lindenhurst Students Earn Presidential Service Awards

Students worked 50 hours or more of community service within the last year.

Presidential Service Award winners with Assemblyman Sweeney at ceremony. Credit: Carol Hauser/Syntax.
Presidential Service Award winners with Assemblyman Sweeney at ceremony. Credit: Carol Hauser/Syntax.
A large group of students in the Lindenhurst School District have been honored for dedicating their time to serving their communities in the past year.

37 students were recognized and honored with the Presidential Service Award, which is given to those who complete a minimum of 50 hours of community service.

The group of students were honored at a recent Parent-Teacher Association meeting, and were joined by local Assemblyman Robert Sweeney as he presented the awards.

High Schooler Ryan Winston led the Lindenhurst charge of community service members, accumulating over 258 hours of service this year.

The students were honored according to how much they served, as follows:
  • Gold
  • Christina Cardino
  • Leann Dalton
  • Kayla Geyer
  • Aaron Lindenberg
  • Kyle Lindenberg
  • Jarred Jay Navarro
  • Toni Panzer
  • Ryan Winston
Silver
  • Anthony Smith
  • Kevin Winston

Bronze

  • Sabrina Baron
  • Alyssa Berrent
  • Bryan Berrent
  • Nicole Cardino
  • Vanessa Cardino
  • Melissa Castiglione
  • Steven Corbo
  • Joseph D’Antonio
  • Tianna D'Italia
  • Ryan Eastby
  • Maxwell Forte
  • Kristi Geyer
  • Isabella Gragnano
  • Aden Hutter
  • Aleah Rose Irizarry
  • Gabriella Krasnobebski
  • Ethan Lindenberg
  • Jared Lindenberg
  • Anelina MenDell
  • Michael Newman
  • Carl Palladino
  • Andrew Prendergast
  • Christina Taparata
  • Robert Tretola
  • Christopher Tringone
  • Robert Tringone
Denise Botiglione December 04, 2013 at 12:19 PM
Congratulations to my daughter Toni for getting the gold again, and to all the students who earned this award. Job well done by all!

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