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STHS student receives award from Soroptimists

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Provided to the TribuneCierra Rawlings is the recipient of the Violet Richardson Award for volunteer service.

Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe recently presented the Violet Richardson Award to Cierra Rawlings, a student at South Tahoe High School.

The award is given to a young woman between the ages of 14 to 17 who is engaged in volunteer action within her community or school.

Rawlings is said to “suffer from a community-service addiction.” Her volunteer service ranges from the elementary schools to Barton Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility, from the Lake Tahoe Marathon to the MS Walkathon – and the list goes on.

When she sees a need, she jumps in and gets it done.

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