Ener, Beach honored by chamber
Lacie Ener, daughter of Randy and Donna Ener of Bridge City; and Alexandra “Allie” Beach, daughter of Brian and Jenna Beach of Orangefield; were named January students of the months for Bridge City and Orangefield high schools, respectively.
Ener has a GPA of 3.50, and Beach, a 3.50 and 3.37 on a 5.3 ranking scale. The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce selects area seniors for the honor on a monthly basis.
Ener is active in many extracurricular activities including Executive Student Council and Business and Professionals of America. Some of her Awards and Honors include Woodmen of the World History Award and President’s Outstanding Academic Excellence Award.
She has participated in community service on many levels. Some of the community service Lacie has provided include Hurricane Ike cleanup with Winfree Baptist Church, Soup Kitchen and Meadows Nursing Home volunteer.
Lacie plans to attend the University of North Texas Honors College to pursue a double major in accounting and financial services.
Beach is active in the Lady Bobcat track and basketball teams, and is a member of the St. Helen Catholic Church CYM. She is honor roll student and a three-year “Fighting Bobcat” recipient. In her junior year in basketball, she was named All-District, All-Orange Leader, KOGT and SETX Sports’ “Newcomer of the Year.”
Community Service Allie has completed include volunteering with elementary students taking summer school classes, and the service that she is most proud of her ish er service time spent with her fellow Ladycats in the Bridge City Ike recovery. They did everything from pulling wet carpet and sheet rock to serving hot meals to exhausted citizens, and she says she will never forget her time spent in Bridge City.
Allie wants to play college volleyball or basketball and to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.