Iroquois Chiefs and Little Chiefs honored for summer activity


Shown first are, from left, SFC Darin Rus, Adam Keating and Kiestan Dubro. Keating and Dubro were recognized at a home volleyball game on Monday for being dedicated participants in the Iroquois Chiefs 2018 Summer Workout Program led by SFC Rus and LT Jeffery Marshall, both with the 153rd Engineer Battalion of Huron. Rus awarded Keating with the Most Dedicated and Improved Award.

The Iroquois Chiefs 100-Hour Club and Little Chiefs 50-Hour Club were also recognized. Elementary students needed to complete and track 50 hours of activity throughout the summer.  Middle school and high school students had to complete 100 hours working on their athletic skills.

In the second photo, honored in the 100-Hour Club are, from left, Logan Peskey, Toby Arbeiter, Chenoa Harris, Kali Burma, Kera Dubro, Keistan Dubro, Lily Blue, Katie Dubro and Lexi Burma. Not pictured are  Deion Harris and Isaac Machtemes.

And next, Little Chiefs 50-Hour Club honorees include, below left, from left, Skyla Harris, Natalie Cundy, Madi Burma, Airabella Deysel, Gunnar Harris, Carter Arbeiter and Lucas Peskey. Not pictured are  Oliver Blue, Madelyn Cundy and Briea Torguson.

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