Sublette receives Youth Community Service Award from Hannibal Early Bird Kiwanis Club

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Dana Ruhl, chairman of the Youth Community Services Award committee, presents Mallory Sublette with a plaque and a check for $100 in recognition of receiving the Youth Community Services Award. | Photo courtesy of Hannibal Early Bird Kiwanis

HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Hannibal Early Bird Kiwanis Club presented its annual Youth Community Service Award to Mallory Sublette, a recent graduate of the Palmyra High School, for outstanding achievement in a community service project while also serving as “Miss Missouri Teen” this past year. 

This title gave Sublette the opportunity to perform more than 500 hours of community service, share her personal social impact initiative of “Wellness 360” with audiences of all sizes and meet people across the state. 

Mallory has been active in Future Business Leaders of America, Family Career and Community Leaders of America, Kiwanis Key Club, the National Honor Society, Society for Academic Achievement, Phi Theta Kappa Society, varsity golf and varsity track.  She served as the senior class and Student Council president in 2023 and was named valedictorian of her class for 2023. 

Mallory will attend the University of Alabama on a tuition-free honors student scholarship and major in food and nutrition science.

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