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Antigo High School’s National Honor Society celebrated Mother’s Day Sunday by hosting its 2018 banquet, recognizing the current, graduating members of the club, as well as introducing the incoming members of the 2018-2019 school year.

The event drew society members and their families to the North Star banquet facilities.

After a welcome by current President Meghan Bussiere, invocation by Vice President Hannah Zenkovich, and dinner, remaining officers described the requirements of all society members and defined the importance of its four selection criteria: Character, scholarship, leadership, and service.

Treasurer Bradley Westen explained how all members of National Honor Society must value their academics and continuously achieve a minimum of 3.75 grade point average to be a member. Parliamentarian Sydney Lenzner addressed the incoming members by instilling in them the power to become leaders in their school throughout their senior year as members.

Character was defined by Reporter Julie Gass by saying that each member of the elite club must have honorable morals and be helpful, respectful individuals who take pride in volunteering and helping the community.

Pia Spychalla, 2018 secretary, concluded by expressed the importance of service in one’s community, and how volunteering and living a selfless life can lead to a very successful future.

Advisor Mike Blood announced the current class of 2018 National Honor society, while Principal Tom Zamzow presented each student with their gold cord that is to be worn at graduation. Following the list of current members and their plans after high school, incoming members were introduced by Rochelle Schielke, also a society advisor.

After all current and incoming members recited the National Honor Society pledge, each officer administered the oath of office to their replacements. Gass gave the job of reporter to Maya Gaedtke. Parliamentarian Lenzner passed on her duties to Samantha Belling. Ashlynn Nedden will take the reins as treasurer, handed off by Westen.  Spychalla introduced Madelynn Marvin as next year’s secretary. Emily Brettingen was given the honor of serving as vice president by Zenkovich, while Alayna Weix was announced as president by 2018 President Bussiere.  

I think we will have a great year, incoming President Alayna Weix said during her impromptu speech, looking to the 2018-19 school year.

Vice President Zenkovich and President Bussiere concluded the banquet with a poem and closing remarks and best wishes to next year’s members.

Graduating members include:

Sarah Anderson, Kira Ashbeck, Meghan Bussiere, Madisson Delebeck, Alexis Dodd, Wade Farmer, Molly Fermanich, Julie Gass, Erika Gelhausen, Montana Grabowsky.

Alex Gray, Lauren Hackbarth, Lucas Hitz, Morgan Hotchkiss, Emma Jansen, Lydia Kaegi, Matthew Lee, Beth Lee, Brianna Lenzner, Sydney Lenzner.

Zachary Morris, Annette Olsen, Kailee Pomasl, Zachary Reineke, Caidyn Roth, Jordan Russell, Adam Schmidt, Jack Shinners, Brennen Spencer, Pia Spychalla.

Nicole Voytovich, Bradley Westen, Cassie Wiegert, Dawson Williams, Matthew Winter, Hannah Zenkovich.

Inductees were:

Harley Anderson, Royce Bauer, Samantha Belling, Emily Brettingen, Natalie Cunningham, Collinn Eldridge, Rebekah Engebretson, Maya Gaedke, Elyse Incha, Korbin Krueger, Madelynn Marvin,

Jared McFarlane, Grant Meeks, Ashlyn Nedden, Hannah Nonnenmacher, Sebastian Noskowiak, Evelyn Olsen, Owen Quinlan, Jacob Peloquin, Lauren Rine, Dane Tischendorf, Alayna Weix and Milo Wittmann.
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National Honor Society officers are shown at Sunday’s banquet. From left are (back row) current officers Sydney Lenzner, Bradley Westen, Hannah Zenkovich, Meghan Bussiere, Pia Spychalla, Julie Gass, (front row) incoming officers Samantha Belling, Ashlynn Nedden, Emily Brettingen, Alayna Weix, and Madelyn Marvin. Missing is Maya Gaedtke. 

AHS Honor Society welcomes new members, salutes those to graduate
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Antigo High School’s National Honor Society celebrated Mother’s Day Sunday by hosting its 2018 banquet, recognizing the current, graduating members of the club, as well as introducing the incoming members of the 2018-2019 school year.

The event drew society members and their families to the North Star banquet facilities.

After a welcome by current President Meghan Bussiere, invocation by Vice President Hannah Zenkovich, and dinner, remaining officers described the requirements of all society members and defined the importance of its four selection criteria: Character, scholarship, leadership, and service.

Treasurer Bradley Westen explained how all members of National Honor Society must value their academics and continuously achieve a minimum of 3.75 grade point average to be a member. Parliamentarian Sydney Lenzner addressed the incoming members by instilling in them the power to become leaders in their school throughout their senior year as members.

Character was defined by Reporter Julie Gass by saying that each member of the elite club must have honorable morals and be helpful, respectful individuals who take pride in volunteering and helping the community.

Pia Spychalla, 2018 secretary, concluded by expressed the importance of service in one’s community, and how volunteering and living a selfless life can lead to a very successful future.

Advisor Mike Blood announced the current class of 2018 National Honor society, while Principal Tom Zamzow presented each student with their gold cord that is to be worn at graduation. Following the list of current members and their plans after high school, incoming members were introduced by Rochelle Schielke, also a society advisor.

After all current and incoming members recited the National Honor Society pledge, each officer administered the oath of office to their replacements. Gass gave the job of reporter to Maya Gaedtke. Parliamentarian Lenzner passed on her duties to Samantha Belling. Ashlynn Nedden will take the reins as treasurer, handed off by Westen.  Spychalla introduced Madelynn Marvin as next year’s secretary. Emily Brettingen was given the honor of serving as vice president by Zenkovich, while Alayna Weix was announced as president by 2018 President Bussiere.  

I think we will have a great year, incoming President Alayna Weix said during her impromptu speech, looking to the 2018-19 school year.

Vice President Zenkovich and President Bussiere concluded the banquet with a poem and closing remarks and best wishes to next year’s members.

Graduating members include:

Sarah Anderson, Kira Ashbeck, Meghan Bussiere, Madisson Delebeck, Alexis Dodd, Wade Farmer, Molly Fermanich, Julie Gass, Erika Gelhausen, Montana Grabowsky.

Alex Gray, Lauren Hackbarth, Lucas Hitz, Morgan Hotchkiss, Emma Jansen, Lydia Kaegi, Matthew Lee, Beth Lee, Brianna Lenzner, Sydney Lenzner.

Zachary Morris, Annette Olsen, Kailee Pomasl, Zachary Reineke, Caidyn Roth, Jordan Russell, Adam Schmidt, Jack Shinners, Brennen Spencer, Pia Spychalla.

Nicole Voytovich, Bradley Westen, Cassie Wiegert, Dawson Williams, Matthew Winter, Hannah Zenkovich.

Inductees were:

Harley Anderson, Royce Bauer, Samantha Belling, Emily Brettingen, Natalie Cunningham, Collinn Eldridge, Rebekah Engebretson, Maya Gaedke, Elyse Incha, Korbin Krueger, Madelynn Marvin,

Jared McFarlane, Grant Meeks, Ashlyn Nedden, Hannah Nonnenmacher, Sebastian Noskowiak, Evelyn Olsen, Owen Quinlan, Jacob Peloquin, Lauren Rine, Dane Tischendorf, Alayna Weix and Milo Wittmann.
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National Honor Society officers are shown at Sunday’s banquet. From left are (back row) current officers Sydney Lenzner, Bradley Westen, Hannah Zenkovich, Meghan Bussiere, Pia Spychalla, Julie Gass, (front row) incoming officers Samantha Belling, Ashlynn Nedden, Emily Brettingen, Alayna Weix, and Madelyn Marvin. Missing is Maya Gaedtke. 
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