Caring, sharing, sensitive among descriptions of nominees

Following are nominees in the 6-9 year old category who were recognized during the Leaders of Tomorrow Awards ceremony last Friday.

Following are nominees in the 6-9 year old category who were recognized during the Leaders of Tomorrow Awards ceremony last Friday.

The winner was Masaii Pummings (see separate story).

Hannah Caines – Hannah is an ambitious young lady who is always positive and friendly. She is well-liked by her peers and takes her responsibilities very seriously. Hannah always comes to meetings ready to share her ideas and gives her full effort when volunteering with younger children. She is a wonderful role model.

Madison Cunningham – Madison is a kind and caring student who is always thinking of others. She is always the first to offer words of encouragement along with a hug and a tissue if you need comforting. Madison has donated her birthday money to an orphanage and the SPCA rather than accepting gifts on two occasions. She is a great example to all of us in how we should live our lives.

Lauren Murphy – Lauren is an all-around great kid who is full of energy and sensitive to others needs. She has a silly side that can be used to make anyone laugh on a bad day. Lauren has just moved to a new school this year and already has shown outstanding leadership in her classroom, her positive attitude and care towards others are both qualities of a great future leader.

Baylee Retzer – Baylee is a bundle of energy who brings positivity wherever she goes. She is a great friend and role model to her peers and adapts easily to any situation. She pitches in whenever something needs done by preparing snacks, cleaning up after a messy art project of helping to lead a game. She is a joy to be around!

Emily Robbins – Emily is a sweet and compassionate girl who loves to be involved. She always stands up for anyone who is feeling hurt of sad even when those around her do not. She welcomes responsibility and is an example to the other children at the youth centre.