Thursday May 9, 2013 | By:Felice E. Krycia-associate editor |
The Brant-Evans Citizens for Responsible Choices and Lake Shore Central Middle School would like to announce the April Citizens of the Month.
These students are being honored for being good citizens in their school and community.BRANDON PUDLEWSKI
Brandon Pudlewski is the son of Gary and Jodi Pudlewski of Angola. He is a sixth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for April.
In school, his favorite class is math. He enjoys playing hockey and is a member of the Community Service and Volunteerism Program.
Outside of school Pudlewski likes to spend his time practicing hockey, playing on the Xbox, bicycling with his mother and hanging out with his friends.
His future goal is to attend college and study engineering.
Pudlewski said his favorite thing in the world is his family.
The character trait he believes is the most important for continuing success is being trustworthy
“If I’m asked to do something, you can trust me to do it,” Pudlewski said.MATTHEW TIMM
Matthew Timm is the son of Owen and Robin Timm of Angola. He is a seventh-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for April.
In school, his favorite subject is math. He plays the viola in orchestra and is a member of chorus. He plays hockey and is in the school’s Community Service and Volunteerism Program at school.
Outside of school Timm likes to go outside and do sports with his friends and ride his bicycle.
He is a member of the Most Precious Blood Youth Group and helps his father with projects.
Timm’s future goal is to be a hockey player or a doctor or possibly work in the government.
He said that his favorite thing in the world is his family, they come first.
The character trait he believes is most important for continuing success is being respect.
“ Show respect to someone, they will trust you, rely on you and know that you are an honest person,” Timm said.JOSHUA BLUST
Joshua Blust is the son of Greg and Heather Blust of Angola. He is an eighth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for April.
In school, his favorite classes are English and science.
Outside of school Blust is studying karate at the United World Martial Arts in Hamburg. He also likes to help his grandmother with the indoors and outdoors chores, including cleaning out the gutters.
Community involvement includes helping out at his church, Blessed John Paul II Parish, in Lake View and helping with the clean up at Point Breeze Campground.
Blust’s future goal is to go college and study to be a teacher, either in the English or the sciences.
His favorite thing in the world is his family.
The character trait he believes is most important for continuing success is respect.
“People won’t look at you the same way if you are rude to them,”