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The 411: Youth

Catholic Life announces All American Scholars

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Patrick Beaver and Clayton Labus of Karnes City, Brittany Covert of St. Hedwig, Haley Labus and Barrett Raabe of Floresville, and Brady Zunker of Falls City have been selected to receive the 2011 All American Scholar Award sponsored by Catholic Life Insurance. This award honors high school seniors who have gone above and beyond in their civic duties and truly worked to make a difference in their community.

Each year, Catholic Life awards 35 scholarships worth $1,000 each to graduating high school seniors who have gone above and beyond in their civic duties and made a difference in their communities.

The All American Scholar Award was designed to offset tuition costs for young Catholic Life members attending an accredited college or university in the fall semester following their senior year of high school. This award recognizes those special individuals who have dedicated their valuable time and efforts to helping others while remaining devoted to their academic studies, and Catholic Life Insurance strives to reward this high degree of selfless commitment.

Patrick, who will attend Texas State University, is the son of Jude and Marisa Beaver. Patrick’s extracurricular activities include St. Cornelius Catholic Church, football, basketball, cross country, Student Council, UIL, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Clayton will attend Texas A&M University in the fall, and is the son of Kevin and Lisa Labus. His extracurricular activities include ACTS, St. Boniface Catholic Church, Immaculate Conception Church, football, basketball, track, baseball, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Brittany, who will attend Baylor University, is the daughter of Eddie and Denise Covert. She submitted an impressive resume of extracurricular activities that includes altar serving, assisting with church festivals and dinners, nursing home visits, collecting donations for St. Vincent DePaul, Vacation Bible School, varsity softball, and the National Honor Society.

Haley, who will attend Texas A&M University, is the daughter of Gordon and Rose Labus. She submitted an impressive resume of extracurricular activities that includes Junior Catholic Daughters, Lion’s Club, Leo Club, Red Cross, Teen ACTS, and Vacation Bible School.

Barrett will also attend Texas A&M University, and is the son of John and Tammy Raabe. His extracurricular activities include Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, 4-H Club, football, basketball, track, and Student Government.

Brady will attend the University of Texas at San Antonio and is the son of Albert and Sharon Zunker. Brady submitted an impressive resume of extracurricular activities that includes the Holy Trinity Catholic Church altar serving, Vacation Bible School, and ACTS, Student Government, varsity football, basketball, track, band, Drama Club, and Spanish Club.

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