Lauren Kennedy and Stacia Brezinski, both seniors at Brunswick High School were honored recently by the Brunswick Rotary, for their "diligence and persistence in community service". Rotary Club representative Valerie Campbell noted that both students exemplify Rotary's commitment to service above self.
Brezinski was described by her guidance counselor Mike Halmo a great choice for this recognition. She is involved in the Youth Advocacy Group, Gay Straight ALliance, The Theatre project, Midcoast Chapter of the American Red Cross, to name a few.
Kennedy is also exemplary in her community involvement.  She volunteers at Mid Coast Hospital, the Coastal Humane Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and Curtis Memorial LIbrary, and has spent countless hours working as a mentor for a an underpriveleged youth.
Both Students were also selected as one of 40 students to train with the Center for Preventing Hate.  As student leaders their role is to  raise awareness on how to prevent hate and violence in their school and community.