The positive effects of the Chevrolet push to #DayItFoward this past leap day (Feb. 29) continue to trickle into the lives of others, as the National Corvette Museum and NCM Motorsports Park reward two young Warren County school students for their leadership qualities and volunteer work.
“The idea was to identify and recognize kids who go above and beyond in the community,” said Katie Frassinelli, Marketing and Communications Manager with the Corvette Museum. “We thought the #DayItForward initiative was the perfect opportunity to show our appreciation to young people for their acts of kindness.”
The recipients of the award are: Tristan Jordan, a Kindergartner at Bristow Elementary; Peyton Harmon, a 6th grade student at Jody Richards Elementary; Sabbath Hoehn, a 5th grade student at T.C. Cherry Elementary; Gabbie Robles, a 2nd grade student at T.C. Cherry Elementary; Casey Schallert, a 6th grade student at Bowling Green Junior High; and Olivia Steelman, a 6th grade student at Plano Elementary.
Nominations for the award were submitted on the NCM Motorsport Park website, and six children were chosen to receive the honors. To go along with the award is a Corvette experience, which includes a ride around the NCM Motorsports Park, complimentary admission for them and their immediate family to the National Corvette Museum, certificate for ice cream from the Corvette Café and a free t-shirt of their choice from the Corvette Store.