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Kiwanis Service and Music Awards were presented to Madison High School Seniors Alec Waksman and Megan Riley at the June 20, 2013 Awards Ceremony.

Alec Waksman was presented with the 2013 Kiwanis Nancy Boucher Madison High School Service Award.  This highly qualified student serves as the Treasurer and “points person” on the Key Club executive board at Madison High School. Alex is truly dedicated to volunteer work and helping others. He volunteered for the Special Olympics bocce tournament, worked at the car wash, and helped facilitate a recent dodge ball event. He has been present at every key club event this school year. Alec is self-less and has a quiet sense of leadership that students gravitate toward. When something needs to be done, Alec is always ready and willing to pitch in. He has a calm, pleasant demeanor which serves him well when working with children, people with special needs, and senior citizens.  We are grateful to have a student of Alec’s caliber on the Key Club executive board this year.

Meghan Riley was presented with the Kiwanis 2013 Jerry Vezza Madison High School Music Award. She completed a very demanding college prep program of study. Meghan is more than willing to rise to the academic challenge that a difficult program often presents.  Her efforts have resulted in an excellent grade point average and she was inducted into the National Honor Society.

Meghan has clearly defined goals for her future. She is focused on becoming a music teacher.  She has been involved in every phase of the MHS music program including Orchestra, Concert Band, Marching Band, Pit Band, and Wind Ensemble.  Outside of school she also performs with Drew University’s Wind Ensemble.

When not making music, Meghan is an assistant editor of the yearbook and she volunteers as a math tutor.  She is also very active in the youth ministry of her church and has volunteered to give music lessons during the summer in the summer youth program.  Her experiences will help her achieve her goal of becoming a music teacher.

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