DHS grads receive Peace and Justice Awards
DeKALB – Two graduating seniors at DeKalb High School received Interfaith Network Peace and Justice Scholarship Awards on senior awards night in May.
In presenting the $2,000 first-place award to Chlorissa Saint Arbor, Clinton Jesser cited her high school leadership as president of DHS Students for Peace, her service as an elections judge and her assistance at the Network-sponsored Counter Recruitment Peace Table at the high school, as well as her attendance at the weekly Friday peace vigils in Memorial Park.
Chlorissa, the daughter of Douglas and Marla Saint Arbor, received a number of other scholarships and will attend Northern Illinois University in the fall, where she plans to study Spanish and English. Her career goal is to lead environmental travel groups to increase global understanding of other countries.
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