CLINTON — Clinton Community College student leaders were recognized at a student leader luncheon.
The CCC Alumni Association honored 30 students, who were nominated by the CCC staff and faculty for showing leadership in the classroom, on campus and in the community.
Clinton Community College Advisor Anthony Bielski was the keynote speaker for the annual event. Bielski serves as a Transition Advisor at Clinton Community College, working with students as they chart their path to success. He is a member of the Retention committee and has served on the B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Race committee. He received the Connie Campbell Memorial Customer Service award in January.
The students recognized included:
n Camanche — Traci Handel, Jennifer Lee and Jennifer Vilmont.
n Clinton — Angie Andresen, Pete Andresen, Jeff Buikema, Alyson Eagan, Pamela Espitia, Katie Flood, Branden Marie Herring, Ashleigh Jewell, Denise Knight, Crystal Lant, Katie McLaughlin, Avery Mulholland, Brittany Mussmann, Jenna Pladna, Nicole Pridemore, Jenny Smith, Misty Stillings, Deann Weller, Jarica Whitney, Eric Williamson and Robbin Wilson.
n DeWitt — Grant Weber.
n Fulton, Ill. — Jeffrey Jordan and Cindy Monkman.
n Low Moor — Michelle Stewart.
n Morrison, Ill. — David Long.
n Thomson, Ill. — Emily Legel.
The CCC Alumni Association was organized in 1981.