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Hopi High inducts National Honor Society members

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The new National Honor Society inductees are (from left): Freda Haskin, Courtney Hayah, Crystal Jenkins, Mary Grace Lawrence-Pewewardy and Kristina Poley.

<i>Stan Bindell/NHO</i><br> The new National Honor Society inductees are (from left): Freda Haskin, Courtney Hayah, Crystal Jenkins, Mary Grace Lawrence-Pewewardy and Kristina Poley.

POLACCA, Ariz. - Five students were inducted into the Hopi High School National Honor Society during the annual ceremony April 19 in the school's cafeteria.

The five new NHS students are Freda Haskin, Courtney Hayah, Crystal Jenkins, Mary Grace Lawrence Pewewardy and Krstina Poley.

Four of the current Hopi High School NHS members told the audience about each of the four NHS characteristics. President Torri Youvella spoke about character, Tishena Nez spoke about scholarship, Justin "JC" Secakuku spoke about leadership and Vice President Whitney Damgaard spoke about service.

The Hopi High NHS is known for its annual food drive to the elderly, highways cleanups and other community service projects.

The current NHS seniors were recognized for their service. The NHS Faculty Council consists of Rick "The Legend" Baker, Gerald Flud, Laverne Lomakema, Anjanette Sangster and Lucille Sidney.

Lavonne Adams serves as the advisor for NHS.

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