FLINT TOWNSHIP — Daslynn Hamlett and Theron Williams are the Rotary Club of Genesee Valley’s Carman-Ainsworth High School Students of the Month for April.
Library Media Specialist Faith McBride nominated Hamlett, who is active in Student Council and Students 4 Christ.
Hamlett recently was honored by the Carman-Ainsworth Board of Education for exemplary academics and service to the school as the student council public relations chair. She also is the Carman- Ainsworth spelling bee champion and the #4 singles player on the varsity tennis team.
Hamlett currently is in the dual enrollment program and plans to continue her education at the University of Michigan – Flint to study radiation therapy. She also has enlisted to serve in the National Guard.
“Daslynn has spent many hours in the school’s media center over the last four years,” said McBride. “She’s given back to our school and shown so many leadership skills in her work as the public relations chair for Student Council and in the Students 4 Christ organization. I’ve seen Daslynn exemplify so many characteristics that we want our students to strive for. She is hardworking, determined and motivated to achieve. We wish her success as she graduates and continues her education at U of M – Flint in the Radiation Therapy program and serves in the National Guard.”
Gerald Demick nominated Williams, who is involved in theater and Students 4 Christ. He also plays golf.
Williams plans to attend Mott Community College and/or Kettering University.
“This is Theron’s second year in the engineering program at Carman-Ainsworth High School,” said Demick. “Throughout his time, he has behaved and performed excellently. He is a man of character. He is a hard worker. He is intelligent. He is always willing to cooperate and help others – a fantastic team player. He can look forward to a successful, rewarding career in whatever he chooses.” — L.R.