Smith, Bostel earn Metro Kiwanis honors

Crestview Middle School eighth-graders Elliot Bostel (second from left) and Katie Smith (third from left) were recently honored by the Metro Kiwanis Club of Huntington as outstanding eighth-graders. The pair was selected by the Crestview staff. Joining the pair are Metro Kiwanis President Terry Oden (left) and Crestview Principal Chuck Werth.
Crestview Middle School eighth-graders Elliot Bostel (second from left) and Katie Smith (third from left) were recently honored by the Metro Kiwanis Club of Huntington as outstanding eighth-graders. The pair was selected by the Crestview staff. Joining the pair are Metro Kiwanis President Terry Oden (left) and Crestview Principal Chuck Werth. Photo provided.

Katie Smith and Elliot Bostel were recently honored by the Huntington Metro Kiwanis as Crestview Middle School outstanding eighth-graders.

The students were selected by the Crestview staff for each individual’s accomplishments, and who have excelled in scholarship, citizenship, sportsmanship, character-bui- lding activities, extracurricular achievement, volunteering and leadership.

Smith is the daughter of Todd and Joy Smith. She has been involved in leadership, Junior National Honor Society, band, church and dance.

She says she is looking forward to attending Huntington North High School and facing the challenges she will have there. She plans to attend college in the future.

Bostel is the son of Bill and Ann Bostel. He has participated in spelling bee, band, choir, academic Super Bowl, musicals, copper sound, jazz band and his church praise band. He plans to attend college.

Each student received a plaque and will have his or her name engraved on the student plaque that was made by Metro Kiwanis member Jim Dinius.