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Self Boys and Girls Club holds awards night

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Left: Brylie Kirstein was honored as the Morristown Boys and Girls Club 2019 Outstanding Member. Right: Connor Phelps earned the Gregory J. Cole Scholarship at the recent Self Shelby County Boys and Girls Club awards banquet.
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Brylie Kirstein was honored as the Morristown Boys and Girls Club 2019 Outstanding Member.
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Chris King, right, receivedthe Self Shelbyville Boys and Girls Club John Hartnett Sr. Outstanding Volunteer Award. Presenting King the award was John Hartnett Jr., left.

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The J. Kenneth Self Shelby County Boys and Girls Club recently recognized major contributors at an awards banquet held at Maxim Events in Shelbyville.

The annual program, sponsored by the Shelbyville Rotary Club, honored youth and adults for outstanding Boys and Girls Club participation and service.

Shelbyville High School senior Zyon Maynard received the Rotary Club Youth of the Year Award.

Chris King was awarded the John Hartnett Sr. Outstanding Adult Volunteer Award.

Leslie Chappelow was named recipient of the Dona Drake Woman Service to Youth Award.

D.J. Kramer received the Harry Larrabee Award.

Adam Stafford was bestowed the Golden Service to Youth Award.

Education scholarships were presented to D.J. Kramer (J. Kenneth Self Scholarship), Kris Jackson (Donald L. Richmond Scholarship), Zyon Maynard (Shelbyville High School Class of 1979 Scholarship), Kaleb Barrett (Michael Todd Cole Scholarship), and Connor Phelps (Gregory J. Cole Scholarship).

Donald L. Brunner Leadership Awards went to Jake Wingo, Bryce Bohlen and Jade Scott. 

Jacob Barrett received a Special Achievement Award and Carol Anspaugh was presented a Lifetime Appreciation Award for her history of club support and service.

Morristown Boys and Girls Club Unit Director Scott Spahr recognized several individuals for exceptional commitment.

Brylie Kirstein was honored as the 2019 Outstanding Member. 

The Infamous Few Charity Riders were awarded Outstanding Sponsorship Award.

Former Unit Director Fred Miller was named Club Volunteer of the Year.

Recent renovations to the Shelbyville facility also were highlighted during the event.