Students of the Month


Courtesy photos Andrew Hensley, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The son of David and Gwen Hensley, of Harlan, he has a 4.0 grade point average. He is a member of the academic team excelling in math, science and quick recall, and a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. He enjoys reading, gaming and fishing. He plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University, but is undecided on his major. He will pursue a degree in the areas of math and science. The Bank of Harlan established the Student of the Month recognition 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.


Lauren McCurry, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Tom and Terri McCurry, of Harlan, she has a 4.0 grade point average. She is a member of the Beta Club and serves as vice president, Future Business Leaders of America, History Club, HHS cheerleader, journalism staff member and financial editor, Gifted Leadership, academic team and vice president of the Musettes. She is vice president of the senior class. She is undecided on her college choice, but plans to pursue a career in physical therapy. She has been accepted into the honors program at Eastern Kentucky University and Western Kentucky University. 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.


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Andrew Hensley, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The son of David and Gwen Hensley, of Harlan, he has a 4.0 grade point average. He is a member of the academic team excelling in math, science and quick recall, and a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. He enjoys reading, gaming and fishing. He plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University, but is undecided on his major. He will pursue a degree in the areas of math and science. The Bank of Harlan established the Student of the Month recognition 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.

Lauren McCurry, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Tom and Terri McCurry, of Harlan, she has a 4.0 grade point average. She is a member of the Beta Club and serves as vice president, Future Business Leaders of America, History Club, HHS cheerleader, journalism staff member and financial editor, Gifted Leadership, academic team and vice president of the Musettes. She is vice president of the senior class. She is undecided on her college choice, but plans to pursue a career in physical therapy. She has been accepted into the honors program at Eastern Kentucky University and Western Kentucky University. 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.

Courtesy photos Andrew Hensley, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The son of David and Gwen Hensley, of Harlan, he has a 4.0 grade point average. He is a member of the academic team excelling in math, science and quick recall, and a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. He enjoys reading, gaming and fishing. He plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University, but is undecided on his major. He will pursue a degree in the areas of math and science. The Bank of Harlan established the Student of the Month recognition 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/2016/02/web1_Andrew-Hensley.jpgCourtesy photos Andrew Hensley, a senior at Harlan County High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The son of David and Gwen Hensley, of Harlan, he has a 4.0 grade point average. He is a member of the academic team excelling in math, science and quick recall, and a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. He enjoys reading, gaming and fishing. He plans to attend Eastern Kentucky University, but is undecided on his major. He will pursue a degree in the areas of math and science. The Bank of Harlan established the Student of the Month recognition 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.

Lauren McCurry, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Tom and Terri McCurry, of Harlan, she has a 4.0 grade point average. She is a member of the Beta Club and serves as vice president, Future Business Leaders of America, History Club, HHS cheerleader, journalism staff member and financial editor, Gifted Leadership, academic team and vice president of the Musettes. She is vice president of the senior class. She is undecided on her college choice, but plans to pursue a career in physical therapy. She has been accepted into the honors program at Eastern Kentucky University and Western Kentucky University. 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/2016/02/web1_Lauren-McCurry.jpgLauren McCurry, a senior at Harlan High School, has been named the Bank of Harlan’s Outstanding Student Citizen of the Month for January. Anne Lindsey, loan officer and marketing manager for the Bank of Harlan, presents the award and a $100 honorarium. The daughter of Tom and Terri McCurry, of Harlan, she has a 4.0 grade point average. She is a member of the Beta Club and serves as vice president, Future Business Leaders of America, History Club, HHS cheerleader, journalism staff member and financial editor, Gifted Leadership, academic team and vice president of the Musettes. She is vice president of the senior class. She is undecided on her college choice, but plans to pursue a career in physical therapy. She has been accepted into the honors program at Eastern Kentucky University and Western Kentucky University. 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.
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