32 SBMS Students Recognized as Good Neighbors
Thirty two students at South Brunswick Middle School were honored on Friday, March 16th for being “Good Neighbors” in their school and in their communities. Honorees, along with their families, were invited to attend the award ceremony which took place in the school’s media center. Breakfast was shared while guest speaker Lindsay Maher, Executive Director of the Brunswick Wellness Coalition shared what it means to be a good neighbor. Maher applauded the students for their efforts and encouraged them to continue being good neighbors. Teachers of the students then presented the awards while sharing briefly why the student was chosen to be honored.
The Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with South Brunswick Middle School, organize the breakfast twice a school year. Organizers appreciate the event sponsors; Dosher Memorial Hospital and Tropical Smoothie Café.
Students recognized where: Colton Anderson, David Astudillo-Gonzalez, Jaidyn Bryant, Jonathan Caison, Kassie Callaghan, Ella Champion, William Chiulli, Arwen Collins, Alexis Cuppernall, Michael Derr, Luke Dilgard, Jake Egan, Lillian Elliott, Megan Gore, Sara Gore, Lexi Haley, Logan Harrell, Eli Hedblom, Neyda Hernandez Perez, Aidra Hood, Ryan Lupton, Jo Mann, Courtney Martin, Harley Padgett, Camden Phelps, Bailey Rickman, Keely Sawyer, De’Anna Simpson, Miranda Stanley, Brodie Starnes, Savannah Streeter, and Brandon Willetts.