Canon-McMillan High School recently kicked off the Challenge Program, sponsored by Auma Actuators. During an assembly, last year’s sophomore and junior winners were awarded $250 checks for excelling in the program. Award categories include academic improvement, attendance, community service and academic excellence. With Rory Bennett, production control supervisor with Auma Actuators, far left, are sophomore winners, from left, Bryan Sontag, academic excellence; Allison Vogrig, community service; and Justin Kunschick, attendance. Not pictured is Rachel Gorecki, academic improvement. Below, Bennett is shown with junior winners, from left, Ryan Ferguson, attendance; Brittany Jackman, academic excellence; Katina Landgraff, community service; and Chelsea Hoberek, academic improvement.
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