Carly Rovner Julia Albanese
North Shore Kiwanis Students of the Month
The North Shore Kiwanis Club honored, Carly Rovner, North Shore High School senior, as the October recipient for Kiwanis Student of the Month. This dynamic young lady has more than 300 hours of community service in a wide variety of projects and programs. Some outstanding accomplishments include being an active 4-year member of the Key Club, as well as a mentor in the North Shore Buddy Program; being a role model as a mentor for middle school age students. Other programs she participated in were Youth Decide Peer Leaders and was a member of the AIDS Peer Educator Program. Carly has also traveled abroad and shared many of her exciting experiences at the Kiwanis dinner honoring her as our Student of the Month. Carly will enter the doors of Bucknell University in the Fall and the North Shore Kiwanis Club wishes her luck and success with all future endeavors.
The North Shore Kiwanis Club honored Miss Julia Albanese, graduating senior at North Shore High School, as Student of the Month for December . Julia took the Kiwanis dais on Thursday January 21, at the Swan Club for a dinner in her honor, as the recipient for this award. The Kiwanis audience was so impressed with this young lady as she told us, with such poise and grace, why she became a member of the key Club and wanted to give back to the North Shore Community. Julia related to her captive Kiwanis audience, many of the projects she had the pleasure to volunteer for and how proud she felt to be able to share her time to make a different. Some of the projects with her experiences included a visit to the Nassau County Children’s Medical Center; giving a cuddly teddy bear to a sick child and putting a smile on that child’s face. Going to the Ronald McDonald House in New Hyde Park and cooking dinner for the families, as well as creating arts and crafts with the children who were residence at RMH and patients at Cohens Children medical center….. putting a smile on children’s faces after a long day of treatment at the hospital. She told us about some very special moments at St Christopher-Ottillie Children’s Home and the annual holiday party, where she interacted with the residents with arts and crafts , as well as helping Kiwanian Santa and his key clubber elf ,who also arrived and gave out gifts to these very special children in deed. These are just a few of the many experiences and special moments shared at the dais by our honoree. As you can see, Julia Albanese is a very special lady and the North Shore Kiwanis Club is so very proud of her accomplishments. Pictured is her brother Michael, Miss Albanese, center stage, with proud parents Lisa and James. Also pictured is Key Club adviser and North Shore Kiwanian Julia Salat.