Saints of the Month of November

The Farrell Agencies Female Saint of the Month for the month of November is Grade 12 student Micah Lim. This young lady is the epitome of what Saint of the Month means. She is always willing to help and is kind and empathetic to all. She is a very polite, well-mannered, courteous, caring, and kind young lady. She is always interested in supporting others and finds time to help out whenever she is asked. She sees beyond herself. She has demonstrated through her actions that she wants to make the world a better place to be. She is an extremely hard worker in school. She maintains an honor roll with distinction average and is in AP Calculus. She is a member of the UROCK organization (You Reaching Out to Create Kindness), and is also a member of the Saint of the Month Committee. She is on SRC, Retreat Leadership team, SADD and is a member of the badminton team. She has been on newspaper in past years. In the community she is member of the Filipino Youth group, works at The Garlic Garden and at McDonalds. She has attended Rotary and Forum Leadership Conferences in Ottawa and Clear Lake and she is currently training as a life guard. She has attended church at Prairie Harvest.  
The Farrell Agencies Male Saint of the Month for the month of November is Grade 12 French Immersion and AP Calculus student Jett Stechyshyn.  He is in SRC, Yearbook, Volleyball, Golf, Curling, and UROCK, where he is heading up the Warm Fuzzies project. He is always kind and willing to help another student within a classroom. He won the Waterloo Math Award last year and is maintaining a 96.8% average in his Grade 12 year. He was the captain of the Senior Boys Volleyball Team this year, and was MVP of the team this year. In Grade 9, he won the Saint Sebastian Award for Junior Boys Volleyball, and was the recipient of the Rookie of the year for Senior Volleyball in Grade 10. He has been a part of the Retreat Leadership Team and the French Leadership Team. He is also a member of St. Gerard’s Parish.

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