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Awards and Rewards

Awards and Rewards

Over the last couple of weeks members of our Daggett Shuler team have participated in, been featured speakers at, and presented awards at a number of high school awards ceremonies in the Triad area.

It is fun to honor our local graduating high school seniors including those who have earned additional distinctions and awards.  It is an exciting time for them to continue on the road to success.  We are encouraged by the quality of our local high school graduating classes.

Consistent with a theme from our Safe Sober Prom Night program, we are pleased to participate in the circle of encouragement and support for our young people.  Our teachers, parents, administrators, and community leaders need to continue to come together to offer encouragement and support for our young people.  In this evermore competitive world we need to encourage them to achieve even more.  These achievements will lead to future rewards, personally and for our communities.

Conversely, watching these young people is inspiring and we are encouraged by them to keep achieving ourselves.  As they progress, we too must progress.  Part of our progression is the realization and awareness that we have a whole a new crop of students to encourage and support toward their future successes.

So, please join us in reaching out to our young people.  In particular, our graduating seniors are to be congratulated for their achievements.  We also need to encourage them toward their future successes, and thereby supporting the future successes of our communities and ourselves.  Surely this will lead us to future rewards individually, collectively, and as a society.

Congratulations seniors!  We are proud of you, have high expectations for you, and wish you the very best.

I would like to take time to thank the staff at Daggett Shuler Attorneys at Law. To Megan Youngblood for helping me get my disability started; thank you so much for everything!

Olivia Winston