Four Sauk Rapids-Rice students were among 150 students from throughout central Minnesota who were recently named Students of Excellence honorees during the 28th annual banquet and recognition ceremony held April 29 at the River’s Edge Convention Center. They are the following: Kayla Kahl, Amber Kulow, Colleen Schimnich and Hannah Voigt.
Criteria for selection was based upon recommended guidelines that included such things as academic performance, being a positive role model and leadership. Resource Training & Solutions has been sponsoring, coordinating and supporting this event since 1987.
All four continuously represent Sauk Rapids-Rice well, serving as wonderful role models for our youth. These exemplary seniors will soon graduate from high school and will no doubt, go on to achieve great things.
Two Sauk Rapids-Rice students were recently inducted into the Herberger Business School’s Beta Gamma Sigma, the international scholastic honorary business society at St. Cloud State University.
They are Elizabeth DeLoera, daughter of Claudia and Manuel DeLoera of Sauk Rapids, finance; and Jeff Smith, son of Kit and Ron Smith of Rice, master’s degree in business.
Election to lifetime membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest honor a business student can receive in an undergraduate or master’s program at an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International-accredited school. With 28 alumni chapters across the world, Beta Gamma Sigma has more than 700,000 members worldwide.