An Honor and a Privilege...

By: Nancy Sheerin

PLYMOUTH, MA...Making the National Honor Society represents a major achievement for most high school students. Thirty Plymouth North High School achieved this honor. To help celebrate this accomplishment, Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac treated the students to a pizza party, recognizing all 30 members of the National Honor Society as the "Driven Students" of the month.

"With the Driven Student award, we try to recognize students excelling at many different things and not necessarily academic achievement. Earning a distinction as noteworthy as making the National Honor Society, however, demands recognition and congratulations. That's why we felt obliged and honored to award our Driven Student award to all 30 students for they all truly deserve it," said Jeff Tracy, president of Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac.

To be eligible for the National Honor Society, students must maintain a grade point average of 3.3, show strong moral character and display leadership in and
out of the classroom, including community service. Some of the services members of Plymouth North's National Honor Society members have performed include:

?Providing Thanksgiving baskets to six Plymouth North students' families
?Adopting a family through DSS at Christmas
?Volunteering at charitable events like the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, Cranberry Hospice's Festival of Trees and Jordan hospital's Polar Plunge.
?Providing help PCIS's homework club, lunch for workers at Habitat for Humanity and dinner at one of Plymouth's homeless shelters.

Students honored at a pizza party held on January 9 included: Kristine Auger, Chelsea Barry, Brianna Bean, Lauren Behning, Alyssa Bisson, Justin Bowman, Micayla Bowman, Lyla Brech, Kevin Broderick, Jonathan Chiang, Katie Collins, Emmett Cosgrove, Lauren DeSalvo, John Feeney, Laura Gigliotti, Amanda Gilmore, Keegan Grabhorn, Lauren Hess, Ashley Machado, Lauren Maloney, Christopher McIsaac, Shawn McNicholas, Ashley Mercer, Izabella Miranda, Amanda Nadile, Danielle Natola, Kacey Pickett, Alison Prive, Jennifer Shields, Jon Sidoti, Charles Sidoti, Bethany Sinn and Kaitlin Wilson. .

"What's truly impressive about this group is that they're much more than just excellent students but well-rounded individuals who care about their classmates and their community. We're extremely grateful to Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac for recognizing the efforts of these students," said Diane Blaisdell, Plymouth North's National Honor Society adviser.

Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac's Driven Student program recognizes Plymouth high school students for their performance and achievements in and out of the classroom. Awarded on a monthly basis, recipients are selected by faculty and advisors at the student's given school.

So easy at Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac
For more than 80 years and three generations of dealers, the Tracy family has made it so easy for customers on the South Shore and greater Plymouth area to purchase new and used automobiles. Since its beginnings in 1992, Tracy Chevrolet Cadillac has emphasized first-rate customer service and straightforward, bottom-line pricing with fair trade-ins every time--without the games or gimmicks you find at other dealerships. For more information on new and used trucks and automobiles, you can go to www.tracymotors.com or stop by the dealership, conveniently located at 137 Samoset Street, just off exit 6 on Route 3. For more information, or to make a service appointment, you can also call (800) 640-2884.

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