Mason High School senior Madeline Nosek was recognized as The Kiwanis Club of Mason's March Student of the Month. Nosek was nominated by MHS Language Arts teacher Patricia George.
"I have the privilege of being Madeline Nosek's English teacher. Many teachers will say they have wonderful, amazing, and talented students, but Madeline does all the talking and walking," shares George. "She is the marketing manager for the school's bank, Comet Savings and Loan. In this capacity, she directed this year's Pink Out, selling t-shirts that students wore to a boys' basketball game in order to raise money for Comets Care. Madeline also spearheaded the inaugural Live for Liz fundraiser to raise money for Cancer Free Kids in honor of Liz Lothrop."
A four-year Mason basketball player, "Madeline is genuinely intelligent, kind, and approachable. I'm not sure where she will be in ten years, but I know she will be doing something as remarkable as she is!" expanded George.
Nosek plans to study communications at the University of Dayton.
On March 23, the Kiwanis Club presented Nosek with $100 to commemorate her achievement. Madeline's parents, John and Leah Nosek, George, and Assistant Principal Dion Reyes joined the Kiwanians in recognizing Nosek's accomplishments. The Mason Kiwanis Club meets weekly at noon at the Houston Restaurant in Mason.