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St. Joseph students recognized

St. Joseph High School held its annual Junior/Senior Banquet May 16 at the Conway Knights of Columbus Hall.

Many college scholarships and academic awards were presented at the event.

Audrey Kay Ferrari was presented the Father Dellert Award.
Parker Thomas Trussell was presented the Father Dellert Award.

The highest honor a senior boy or girl at St. Joseph can receive is the Father Dellert Award, named after a former pastor who served St. Joseph Church for 14 years in the 1950s-60s. It’s given to the student who best exemplifies the qualities of honesty and intelligence and who is also a person of faith who sees God and respects Him in themselves and in others.

This year’s recipients were Parker Thomas Trussell and Audrey Kay Ferrari.