Mount Pulaski Selects January Senior-of-the-Month
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[February 19, 2008]
MOUNT PULASKI -- Chelsea Stoll has been named
January Senior-of-the-Month at Mount Pulaski High School. She is the
daughter of Bill and Julie Stoll of Mount Pulaski.
Chelsea is an honor roll student, a four-year member of the band and
has been involved in Drama Club for three years. She is a member of
the Spirit Squad and the yearbook committee. She served on prom
committee her junior year. She is a member of the student council
and has served as treasurer for two years.
She has been an active FFA member for four years and has won
section proficiencies three time and district proficiencies once.
She has been a member of the dairy judging team at the state level,
as well as the soils and livestock judging teams.
In the community, she has served as president, vice president,
secretary and reporter for the Clover Kids 4-H Club. She is
currently a member of the Topper 4-H Club.
She has also been active at Zion Lutheran Church in Chestnut,
where she serves as Sunday school and Vacation Bible School teacher.
She also shares her musical talent with her church by playing
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She has been a volunteer tram worker at the Illinois State Fair
and is the 2008 Illinois Milking Shorthorn Queen.
She plans to attend Lincoln Land Community College for two years
and then transfer to Illinois State University to major in
The Senior-of-the-Month program is co-sponsored by Johnson's Food
Center and Mount Pulaski Pharmacy. Monthly winners receive $100
savings bonds and are eligible to compete for the $1,000
[Text from file received from
Mount Pulaski High