Outstanding Student Citizens of the Month


Photos submitted Logan Clark, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Clark is the son of William and Ginger Clark. He is a member of the Beta Club, History Club and academic team. He has played tennis and golf. He is a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. He plans to attend the University of the Cumberlands and pursue a career in medicine. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.


Brendan Rutherford, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Here, Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Rutherford, who has a 3.98 grade point average, is enrolled in dual credit college classes, and is a member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, Link Crew, and the baseball and golf team. He has performed various community service projects. These include Christ’s Hands, the Empty Stocking Fund and assisting with baseball camps for area youth. He is the son of Bob and Tracy Rutherford of Cumberland. He plans to attend the University of Kentucky and pursue a degree in physical therapy. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.


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Logan Clark, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Clark is the son of William and Ginger Clark. He is a member of the Beta Club, History Club and academic team. He has played tennis and golf. He is a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. He plans to attend the University of the Cumberlands and pursue a career in medicine. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.

Brendan Rutherford, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Here, Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Rutherford, who has a 3.98 grade point average, is enrolled in dual credit college classes, and is a member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, Link Crew, and the baseball and golf team. He has performed various community service projects. These include Christ’s Hands, the Empty Stocking Fund and assisting with baseball camps for area youth. He is the son of Bob and Tracy Rutherford of Cumberland. He plans to attend the University of Kentucky and pursue a degree in physical therapy. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.

Photos submitted Logan Clark, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Clark is the son of William and Ginger Clark. He is a member of the Beta Club, History Club and academic team. He has played tennis and golf. He is a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. He plans to attend the University of the Cumberlands and pursue a career in medicine. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Logan-Clark.jpgPhotos submitted Logan Clark, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Clark is the son of William and Ginger Clark. He is a member of the Beta Club, History Club and academic team. He has played tennis and golf. He is a volunteer at the Harlan Health and Rehabilitation Center. He plans to attend the University of the Cumberlands and pursue a career in medicine. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.

Brendan Rutherford, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Here, Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Rutherford, who has a 3.98 grade point average, is enrolled in dual credit college classes, and is a member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, Link Crew, and the baseball and golf team. He has performed various community service projects. These include Christ’s Hands, the Empty Stocking Fund and assisting with baseball camps for area youth. He is the son of Bob and Tracy Rutherford of Cumberland. He plans to attend the University of Kentucky and pursue a degree in physical therapy. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Brendan-Rutherford.jpgBrendan Rutherford, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for February. Here, Kevin Cavins, assistant vice president and marketing manager/loan operations for the bank, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. Rutherford, who has a 3.98 grade point average, is enrolled in dual credit college classes, and is a member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, Link Crew, and the baseball and golf team. He has performed various community service projects. These include Christ’s Hands, the Empty Stocking Fund and assisting with baseball camps for area youth. He is the son of Bob and Tracy Rutherford of Cumberland. He plans to attend the University of Kentucky and pursue a degree in physical therapy. The Bank of Harlan, partnered with Monticello Banking Company, is dedicated to this recognition program to honor outstanding students in the Harlan County and Harlan Independent school districts. Faculty and administrators of each district nominate students who demonstrate exceptionalism in academic achievement, leadership, sports and community participation.
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