Baldwin EMC is excited to announce the latest recipients of the Shining Star Student award. These students were nominated for displaying the Touchstone Energy characteristics of integrity, innovation, accountability and commitment to community.
Mylee Reese Harville, a seventh grade student at Central Baldwin Middle School, was named Baldwin EMC’s Shining Star Student of the Month for December. She was nominated by faculty member Carly Nelson.
Ms. Nelson wrote in her nomination, “Mylee is a friendly, positive and happy student. She always has a smile on her face. Mylee has a great attitude and takes pride in everything she does. She is an Honor Student, Peer Helper and Cheerleader.” Harville was presented with a Shining Star Student certificate and a $50 Visa gift card.
Jessa-Lynn Adkins, an eighth grade student at BCBE Virtual School, was named Baldwin EMC’s Shining Star Student of the Month for January. She was nominated by Foley High School faculty member and FFA sponsor Beth Taylor.
Ms. Taylor wrote in her nomination, “Jessa-Lynn is a motivated, disciplined, hard-working student. She is brave and willing to do whatever is asked of her. Jessa-Lynn has raised a market steer and has been in the world of show calves for several years. She is the candidate for the Foley FFA Creed speaking contest that will take place March 4 and has practiced every day for this event. She is a Junior Advisor for Foley FFA and is a leader in everything that she does.” Adkins was presented with a Shining Star Student certificate and a $50 Visa gift card.
The awards were presented by WALA FOX 10 TV’s meteorologist Michael White and Baldwin EMC representative Kim Frank.
For more information on the Shining Star Student program, go to www.baldwinemc.com. Nominations will be accepted until the end of May.