Covington Catholic Awards Varsity Letters for Service | Schools
COVINGTON, KY (FOX19) - Covington Catholic students offer their time in a variety of ways including helping in their parishes, volunteering at local non-profit agencies, and lending a hand when unique circumstances arise such as the Spring 2012 tornados.
This past December, 47 students were awarded varsity letters for community service. To earn a letter, a student must complete a minimum of forty hours of service in six totally different activities within a twelve-month period. Mr. Bill Snyder, Community Service Director, recognized letter winners before the entire school community. He told all the young men of the school how proud he was of them. Collectively, CCH students performed over 16,000 hours of community service, more than double what is required.
“We have the best service program in Greater Cincinnati and there’s a reason for that. We have the very best kids,” noted Mr. Snyder. “Covington Catholic’s commitment to service is something of which we should all be very, very proud.”
Those receiving letters were seniors Kevin Boerger, Ryan Bowman, Tanner Fangman, Adam Goddard, Nik Knipper, Kyle Massie, Chris Molony, Alex Scanlon, Andrew Schwartz, Jimmy Stratman, Patrick Verst, Trevor Wendt and Norb Wessels; juniors Garrett Atchison, Brett Bauereis, Joseph Berns, Maxwell Boyle, Andrew Branch, Michael Brunot, Matthew Ellison, Alec Hardcorn, Riley Kinsella, Jacob Kleier, Austin Oberhausen, John Pieper, Keith Radcliff, Drew Rensing, Thomas Ryan, Aaron Schilling, Daniel Schlachter, Mark Schult, Andrew Skubak, Jonathan Thiel and Paul Wagner; and sophomores Ryan Arlinghaus, Joseph Cahill, Stuart Green, Chris Holthaus, Ben Kindt, Tim Martin, Adrian Neff, Mitchell Rensing, Jacob Roth, Mark Ryan, Ben Schmidt, Todd Sheets, Kevin Sommers, Cooper Theobald, Robert Urbina, Mason Webster and Grant Woodcock.