Who do you think should win Athlete of the Year for girls soccer? (Poll Closed)

 
 
 
 
Total Votes: 237
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  • I have known Chloe Zamiela, graduating Senior, for 3 years. She has volunteered at Elev8hope where I am the President of the non-profit. I have held this position for 8 years. Elev8hope is a non- profit inspiring students to give back to their community and to be the change they want to see in the world.
    I feel that I need to vote not only for her skill on the field but off the field.

    In all my years of experience, some individuals stand out for their great qualities and Chloe is one of those people. She is well known for her work ethics, positive attitude, team work mentality, leadership and diligence. She is well respected throughout our non-profit as being the “go-to” person for skills, for getting things done, for meeting deadlines, planning our non profits events and fundraising. Not to mention she maintained outstanding grades and excels in sportsmanship, as you can see

    Throughout the time I’ve known her she has shown me time and time again that she is positive, motivated leader with amazing potential. During her time at Elev8hope, she has organized fundraisers, Senior Citizen Prom, Martin County Wall of Hope annual 5k, spearheading service learning projects that are distributed throughout our County and always shows up on high holidays to feed our homeless. Her community service hours currently reaches over 73 hours in total. A huge accomplishment for any student her age.

    Due to her great attitude, dedication and excellent potential, I would love to shine some light on her philanthropic heart and vote for her to be ATHLETE OF THE YEAR !

  • Wes Garner - 6 years ago

    Chloe Zamiela is a very dedicated young lady that has worked hard and made many sacrifices to exceed academically and in her sport. I am very proud of her commitment to excellence and her fearless approach to all she endeavours.

  • Mrs Helen Garner - 6 years ago

    My granddaughter - what else can I say

  • Marilyn Southwick - 6 years ago

    I had the pleasure of teaching Chloe in history her tenth grade year. She is a sweet, friendly, quiet girl. She worked hard in academics as well as exceeding on the field.

    I truly would love 10000 Chloes in class.

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