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Kingswood NHS chapter welcomes new inductees



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November 24, 2021
WOLFEBORO — The Kingswood Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 25 new members on Nov. 17 at Kingswood Regional High School.

The 2021 inductees are: Mariah Aikens, Aislyn Brown, Audrey Daggett, Emma Damon, William Danais, Marcella DeNitto, Craig Doherty, Amber Dolliver, Skylar Hammes, Tyler Hasty, Jonathan Hossack, Hailey Kelly, Ashley Long, Lauren MacPhee, Emily Mahler, Tyler Olkkola, Joshua Paraskos, Hannah Raifsnider, Gregory Roark, Hannah Swenson, Tristan Taatjes, Aidan Thompson, Michael Wainwright, James Yarling, and Christos Zavas.

NHS member Louis Arinello kicked off the induction with a warm welcome and then led attendees through the Pledge of Allegiance. NHS co-advisor Jeremy Fuller then introduced former KRHS graduate Nicole Cayon, who spoke about how the four pillars of NHS -- scholarship, character, leadership, and service -- have shaped her journey at UNH, where she is majoring in Chemical Engineering. Following Cayon were four NHS members who expanded upon each of the four NHS pillars. Ana Ekstrom, Fallon Peacock, Eliza Tibbetts, and Emma Scott spoke of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. To conclude the ceremony, Principal Guy Donnelly, Vice Principal Grady Charland, and co-advisor Julie Garry led the inductees through a recitation of the NHS Pledge and welcomed each inductee by name and presented their membership card and pin.

The Kingswood Chapter of the NHS, now 45 members strong, is active in our community. Members run a Saturday morning mentorship program known as Kingswood and Kids. They read and reenact stories for students at all the elementary schools. Additionally, members support the community by raising money for local charities and facilitating events at the high school. NHS advisors Jeremy Fuller and Julie Garry are extremely proud of all members.

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