Ayden Crowe and David James (DJ) Wiebers named 2018 Bristol Junior Outstanding Citizens

Auden Crowe and David James Wiebers.

Ayden Crowe and David James (DJ) Wiebers were named the 2018 Bristol Junior Outstanding Citizens at the Progress Days Banquet Friday evening.

Each year a girl and a boy are named outstanding citizens as part of the Progress Days community festival.

Crowe, 11, in her introduction was recognized as being very involved in school, receving high honors the last three years. She plays clarinet in the school band and jazz band. She also has earned many awards at the Kenosha County Fair.

Here is video of her introduction by master of ceremonies Connie Kirchner:

Wiebers, 10, in his introduction was recognized as involved at school and an honor student. He is very proud of Bristol School’s standing in the state and believes in the importance of a good education. He is active in band and art and received a third place for his pottery at the Kenosha County Fair. He is on the RecPlex fencing team.

Here is video of his introduction by master of ceremonies Connie Kirchner:

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