Students of the Month


Photos submitted Mareesa Ahmad, a junior at Harlan High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Dr. Amir and Dr. Sheila Ahmad, she is a member of the Beta Club, treasurer of the Future Business Leaders of America, journalism staff, prom committee and a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation and Christ’s Hands. She teaches cooking lessons to children and adults. She also operates a henna business. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.


Damon Napier, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. He is the son of Ralph and Debbie Napier. He plans to attend Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College in the fall and pursue a degree in accounting or education. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community involvement.


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Mareesa Ahmad, a junior at Harlan High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Dr. Amir and Dr. Sheila Ahmad, she is a member of the Beta Club, treasurer of the Future Business Leaders of America, journalism staff, prom committee and a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation and Christ’s Hands. She teaches cooking lessons to children and adults. She also operates a henna business. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.

Damon Napier, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. He is the son of Ralph and Debbie Napier. He plans to attend Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College in the fall and pursue a degree in accounting or education. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community involvement.

Photos submitted Mareesa Ahmad, a junior at Harlan High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Dr. Amir and Dr. Sheila Ahmad, she is a member of the Beta Club, treasurer of the Future Business Leaders of America, journalism staff, prom committee and a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation and Christ’s Hands. She teaches cooking lessons to children and adults. She also operates a henna business. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Ahmad.jpgPhotos submitted Mareesa Ahmad, a junior at Harlan High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Dr. Amir and Dr. Sheila Ahmad, she is a member of the Beta Club, treasurer of the Future Business Leaders of America, journalism staff, prom committee and a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation and Christ’s Hands. She teaches cooking lessons to children and adults. She also operates a henna business. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.

Damon Napier, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. He is the son of Ralph and Debbie Napier. He plans to attend Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College in the fall and pursue a degree in accounting or education. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community involvement.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Napier.jpgDamon Napier, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been selected as the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for May. He is the son of Ralph and Debbie Napier. He plans to attend Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College in the fall and pursue a degree in accounting or education. The Bank of Harlan established the program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty members of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community involvement.
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