Parker Booth '19 Awarded "Teen of the Year" by Kiwanis Club

Indian Creek junior Parker Booth was honored by the Crofton Kiwanis Club on the evening of Wednesday, May 9, as she received the "Teen of the Year.” Parker also received the second place overall for “Teen of the Year” for the Key Club Capital Division from Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Andrew Wong.

Parker was nominated for this award by Mr. Gerard Connolly, Head of Upper School, and Annapolis Attorney Stacie Wollman for her outstanding achievements and service to others. Parker is the first President of Indian Creek Key Club and has worked tirelessly to bring this club to Indian Creek. Parker was also recognized for her outstanding leadership including her work in the National Honor Society, and her academic and athletic achievements by Mr. Bill Hand, Key Club sponsor. Parker spoke after receiving the award and thanked everyone for this opportunity -especially her mother, Karen Booth.

Key Club advisor Robin DePaolis was at the ceremony to cheer Parker on as she received her award. "I am so proud of Parker for her leadership in bringing the Key Club to Indian Creek School and for receiving this award. Parker has set goals this year including representation at the Key Club International convention in Baltimore, being part of the Puerto Rico service trip, bringing Holiday gifts to families, and writing letters to local nursing homes. I look forward to seeing Parker do great things as a senior next year!" Congratulations Parker on this exciting achievement!