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Published: November 17, 2012
International Leo of the Year
Breanna M. Lincoski of Daisytown, center, a member of the Leo Club at California High School, received the International Leo of the Year Award from former international director James Cavallero and former council chairwoman Cindy Gregg. It’s the most prestigious award a Leo can receive and recognizes a member who has demonstrated outstanding leadership skills, implemented successful service projects, made an identifiable contribution to the development and growth of the program, achieved distinction in community or school activities outside of Leo Club commitments and demonstrated high ethical standards and personal integrity. Lincoski won a $500 scholarship at the district level, and her application placed first in the state. She also recognized for being the first winner of the International Lions Pin Traders Club $2,500 scholarship. The California Leo Club is sponsored by the Binnstown-Low Hill Lions Club.
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