MEMBERs OF THE MONTH

NOVEMBER

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Katie Appell

“I would like to shove Katie Appell into the spotlight as I don't think she'd put herself there on purpose. Katie Appell's performance has brought to mind the term ‘Victory Student’ that my 8th grade Language Arts teacher used to describe a student who is driven to do her best. That's Katie - driven to do her best.”

“She has and continues to build such great friendships with the students, both at her service school and at the Boys and Girls club. She is a great role model to the students that and shows them how not to take life so seriously with her humor! :)”

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Nora Petran

“Nora recently has been going above and beyond with her service site. After learning how behind many of the high schoolers at CCS are, she's on a mission to make sure they're caught up to where they need to be. It is rare that I don’t see Nora helping a student in the high school. The staff depend on her to help motivate and offer closer intervention when it is needed. She's also an awesome human being and always brings positive energy to the workplace! We love her over here!!”



October

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Allyson Stone

“One afternoon, I asked Ally if she would be willing to take a couple groups of kids to the dome during our extra hours for early release and she accepted with joy as usual. When it came time for the kids to arrive, she had created and prepared an entire lesson about plants for the kids that even included a plant part rock, paper, scissor game. Ally consistently goes above and beyond what is asked of her and she does it with a passion for inspiring kids to find their own passion for themselves!”

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Sammy Karle

“Sammy has been a key component of our instructional team. She currently serves more kids on a daily basis than most case managers in the valley work within the course of a week. She does an excellent job of challenging students and local trends as well as providing the caring support students need. She serves a wide variety of student needs without complaining and shows great potential to serve others. I cannot think of a better representative for Americorps or the Alpine Achievers.”



SEPTEMBER

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Leslie Sizemore

"Leslie has a very unique position and is serving full time at the Boys and Girls Club in Alamosa. She is rockin' it! She is making connections with the kids at the club already and stepping up wherever help is needed. She went into this position at full force and with a smile, and is already making such a big difference. They are so lucky to have her as a member this year!"

Thank you for being awesome, Leslie!

 
 Our 2018-2019 class of AmeriCorps members hangin out with Chester Spellman, CNCS' Director of AmeriCorps!

Our 2018-2019 class of AmeriCorps members hangin out with Chester Spellman, CNCS' Director of AmeriCorps!

 Hey…Who is that in the red shirt? Our Salida members serve alongside of a La Puente member at the Salida Boys and Girls Club. They an into each other at the AmeriCorps Swearing In Ceremony in Denver!

Hey…Who is that in the red shirt? Our Salida members serve alongside of a La Puente member at the Salida Boys and Girls Club. They an into each other at the AmeriCorps Swearing In Ceremony in Denver!

 FIELD TRIP SCOUTING...HAD TO TEST THE ROCKS OUT!

FIELD TRIP SCOUTING...HAD TO TEST THE ROCKS OUT!

 A MAJORITY OF OUR MEMBERS ATTENDED CO LEGACY CAMP 2018 TO LEARN ABOUT HOW TO BE A BETTER OUTDOOR LEADER IN OUR COMMUNITIES

A MAJORITY OF OUR MEMBERS ATTENDED CO LEGACY CAMP 2018 TO LEARN ABOUT HOW TO BE A BETTER OUTDOOR LEADER IN OUR COMMUNITIES

 OUR NEW AMERICORPS CLASS ENJOYING A DAY IN THE HILLS

OUR NEW AMERICORPS CLASS ENJOYING A DAY IN THE HILLS