Local and area students selected for K-State’s Silver Key Company

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University’s second-ever Leadership Honor Society, Silver Key, has selected new Fellows for the 2022-23 academic year.

To be eligible for the Silver Key, students must have at least a 3.0 GPA, be a 2021 high school graduate, and be a freshman in college.

Silver Key members participate in a variety of community service projects throughout the semester. Past projects have included hosting Boys and Girls Club children at K-State Athletics events; partnership with the K-State recycling center; write cards and make quilts for a local veterans center; collecting donations for the Manhattan Emergency Shelter; highway and neighborhood cleanup efforts; and afternoon visits to Stoneybrook and Meadowlark, retirement homes in Manhattan.

The following students are members of Silver Key for 2022-2023:

Terin Rundus, Concordia; Alexa Heseltin, Derby; Ava Perrier, Eureka; Katie Schmit, Garnet.

From Greater Kansas City: Olivia Waren and Garett Willis, both of Lenexa; Kate Weisner, Olathe; Grace Burgett, Abby Collins, Zach Davidson, Grant Henderson, Jack Marks, Gracyn Martin, Tanner Prock and Ellie Zerrer, all of land park; Abigail Harrison, Prairie Village; Emily Gipson, Eddie Hotzel, Ajooni Hundal and Landyn Luttrell, all of Shawnee; and Lauren Andrews, Stilwell.

Marissa Raynesford, Hay; Skyler Johnston and Courtney Pitts, both of Lawrence.

From manhattan: Carson Ingold, Chanae Parker, Mia Thompson and Sofie Zeck.

Abigail Stuchlik, marion; Ross Latta, Marysville; Adelaide Easter and Madison Turner, both of Saline; Paige Vulgamore, Town of Scott; Sydney Bacon, Southern Haven; Mia Cardenas, Washington; and Ashleigh Mauler, Wichita.

From out of state: Brianna Fay, Arvada, Colorado; Abigail Colburn, Highland Ranch, Colorado; Hannah Writebol, Parker, Colorado; Hannah Rerick, Newtown, Connecticut; Evie Rodenbaugh, Kansas City, Missouri; Alexis Hoover, City in Nebraska, Nebraska; Olivia Edwards, Omaha, Nebraska; Chloe Bagg, Norman, Oklahoma; and Lauren Thompson, Woodville, Wis..

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