Generosity is freely sharing what you have with others
The 2015 State Winner of $3000 is Blake Huffman, a senior at Winfield High School where he currently has a 3.9 GPA. During his high school years, he has been involved with the General Admission Show Choir, the Marching Generals, the Boys Soccer team, Fuel Bible Club, FCA, National Honor Society, Link Crew, and the Spanish Honorary Society. He is an active member of youth group at Teays Valley Baptist Church and works with the Highways & Hedges Bus Ministry and sings in both the adult and youth choirs. Blake is also an Eagle Scout and was selected as a delegate for Mountaineer Boys State. Blake has logged over 300 community service hours since beginning high school. Blake was diagnosed with Dyslexia his junior year and has worked with the Teays Valley office of WV Division of Rehabilitation. He is extremely excited to be chosen as the 2015 Disability History Essay Contest winner and is very thankful for the opportunity to apply and the funds made available for college.
Blake's essay is below. You can read the other winning essays in our .
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in the accomplishment of my personal goals, but will benefit our community.How to Write a Great Community Service Essay – PrepScholar…20 Sep 2015 Need to write a community service essay for college applications or "My biggest accomplishment during my community service was helping Make a Difference: The Challenge and Reward of Community… 26 Jan 2005 [This essay is adapted from The very act of serving taps into a wellspring of empathy and generosity that is both personally gratifying and energizing.