Teen Leaders Get Their Due Daily Herald Awards Ceremony Honors 39 for Community Service

By Daday, Eileen O. | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), January 13, 2003 | Go to article overview

Teen Leaders Get Their Due Daily Herald Awards Ceremony Honors 39 for Community Service


Daday, Eileen O., Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Eileen O. Daday Daily Herald Correspondent

A reception at the Daily Herald corporate offices Sunday in Arlington Heights celebrated a group of teenagers whose unsung work continues to inspire those around them.

Members of the second annual Daily Herald Leadership Team gathered in the building's atrium for a reception and awards ceremony. Each teen received a silver clock encased in glass, symbolizing the one thing they can never get enough of: time.

"This award is special because, while you can work to improve yourself as an athlete, and work to improve your grades, there's only so far you can go," said Daily Herald Executive Editor John Lampinen. "But with community service and volunteerism, really the only thing it takes is commitment to do it."

The festivities drew nearly 200 people, including the teens and their parents, school administrators, volunteer judges and members of the editorial board and Daily Herald board of directors.

In greeting the crowd, Daily Herald Executive Vice President Robert Paddock, Jr. said, "It is good to celebrate the positive parts of life."

The 39 outstanding teens had been selected from 109 nominees, submitted from 66 of the 80 high schools in the Daily Herald readership area, including northwest Cook, southern Lake, DuPage, Kane and McHenry counties.

"Volunteering in the hospital is like a passion. It's what I really like to do," said Matthew Anderson, 16, a junior at Barrington High School. …

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