18th Annual Mayor's Top Teen Award - Hunter Peterson

The 18th Annual Mayors’ Top Teen Awards and Mother Moon Service Scholarships were presented by the Volunteer Center of Cedar Valley at the Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center. The awards program, which recognizes outstanding youth volunteers in the Cedar Valley, included an evening reception for teens, their parents and friends. Award criteria included demonstrating excellence in volunteerism in the Cedar Valley and a setting a good example as a role model for others. Teens ages 13-18 are eligible for the award.

25 nominees received certificates from Mayors Jim Brown (Cedar Falls), Mayor Doug Faas (Evansdale), and Mayor Quentin Hart (Waterloo). In addition, the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa awarded Mother Moon Service Scholarships to ten students. Peet student Hunter Peterson was one of the recipients!

Hunter Peterson has spent countless hours volunteering at his school. During his summer vacation, he served the school media center by volunteering his time to organize books, student chromebooks, and classrooms. Hunter is also a student leader in the summer reading program at Peet and enjoys helping his teachers in any way he can.

Congratulations Hunter!