Town and Country Bank recognizes LCHS Seniors of the Month
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Town and Country Bank sponsors the Lincoln
Community High School Senior of the Month/Year award and scholarship
program. Each monthly winner receives a $50 MasterCard gift card
from Town and Country Bank and is then eligible for a $1,500
scholarship awarded by Town and Country Bank, to be used at the
college of their choice.
Town and Country Bank congratulates Maggie Cusey as the November
Senior of the Month, Dane Eimer as the December Student of the Month
and Daniel Bacon as the February Student of the Month.
November Senior of the Month is Maggie Elizabeth Cusey of Lincoln.
Maggie's parents are Keith and Tracy Cusey. Maggie's school
activities have included Spanish Club, Math Club, student
government, softball, volleyball and National Honor Society. She is
active in the community as well, including volunteer work with Relay
For Life, participation in her church youth group, VBS, church
children's musical, several mission trips, the Princess Prom and
tutoring grade school students. Maggie is planning on elementary
education as a college major.
The December Senior of the Month is Dane Eimer of Lincoln. Dane's
parents are Gary and Jean Eimer. Dane's school activities have
included student government, football, baseball, basketball and
National Honor Society. He is active in the community as well,
including volunteer work with Special Olympics, American Legion,
Lincoln/Logan County Food Pantry, West Lincoln-Broadwell School,
Chester-East Lincoln School and Lincoln Park District. Dane is
planning on criminal justice as a college major.
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The February Senior of the Month is Daniel Bacon of New Holland.
Daniel's parents are James Bacon and Kim Shoultz. Daniel's school
activities have included Math Club, basketball, football, baseball
and National Honor Society. He is active in the community as well,
including volunteer work with Zonta, Lincoln/Logan County Food
Pantry, Carroll Catholic School, West Lincoln-Broadwell School,
Chester-East Lincoln School and American Legion. Daniel is undecided
on a college major.
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