Westlake Kiwanis Club presents Community Service Award
The Westlake Kiwanis presented the William Sifritt Community Service award to Megan Stewart at their Community Day meeting on May 21 at Buca de Beppo.
Megan's list of volunteering is impressive. She is a volunteer at the Cleveland APL, a Love Volunteer (medical volunteer in Uganda and Ecuador), a peer tutor at Westlake High School and a tutor at Laura's Home women's shelter. Megan also volunteered on the Susan Moran Palmer for Congress campaign, and is volunteering for the Issue 6 campaign.
When she is not volunteering, Megan occupies her time as a member of the Environmental Club, Animal Protection Club, Newspaper Club, Spanish National Honor Society, National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society.
Her hobbies include painting, photography, drawing, reading, watching independent films and playing with animals.
It is volunteerism like this that restores our faith in the youth of tomorrow. Megan's name will be added to the Westlake Kiwanis Bill Sifritt Community Service plaque hanging in Westlake City Hall for future generations to see. Hopefully this will inspire many more to follow in Megan's footsteps.
I am a member of the Westlake Kiwanis and and advisor for the Westlake Kiwanis Aktion Club.