Three St. Mary's Ryken Students Were Honored at 2021 Tomorrow's Woman Award Ceremony
Three SMR students were nominated for the 2021 Tomorrow’s Woman award from the St. Mary’s County Commission for Women. We are proud to say that all three of the 2021 nominees for this award are St. Mary's Ryken Knights. This award honors an extraordinary young woman who has demonstrated an exceptional commitment to community service.
Senior Emily Litten was nominated for her service as the Vice President the National Honor Society as well as President of Future Medical Professionals. Emily is also an Ambassador in the Girl Scout, an XBSS Steward and member of the Leonardtown Volunteer Rescue Squad.
Junior Rosalia Marks was nominated for her service to the Cat Castle, participation in Key Club and leadership within the Caritas Resource center through the Hands and Feet of Christ Club.
Freshman Samantha Rutherford was nominated for serving at the Cat Castle while being an active member of the Maryland Environmental Protection Organization (MEPO) and serving as a Senior Patrol leader. She was honored as the first female Eagle Scout in the district.
Congratulations to Emily Litten who was selected as Tomorrow’s Woman on March 18 during the St. Mary’s County Commission virtual symposium.
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