Students of the Month – January 2020

The Janesville Noon Lions Club is proud to present its Students of the Month for January 2020. The club honors two students from each of Janesville’s two public high schools during each month between October and May every school year.

During their month, the students attend our bi-monthly meetings and learn more about the Lions Club and our community service projects. Each student receives a certificate signed by the Lions Club president in honor of being selected as a Student of the Month.

The following information has been provided by the students and is presented using their words:

Blake Raymer

Blake Raymer
Blake Raymer

Senior, Craig High School

Parents: Bradley and Kathleen Raymer

Clubs/extracurricular activities: I am currently a member of the FFA club at Craig, and participate as a member of the FFA Wildlife Management Contest team.

My interests include: My main interests are outdoor activities including fishing, hunting, and camping. I also enjoy playing sports such as golf, baseball, and bowling. I also enjoy spending time with friends and playing video games.

Post-graduation plans: Continue my education at UW-Stevens Point in order to pursue a degree in wildlife or fisheries biology.

Additional comments: I appreciate the selection for Student of the Month, and I am looking forward to continuing my education.


Rachel Bonham

Rachel Bonham
Rachel Bonham

Senior, Craig High School

Parents: Marcus and Amy Bonham

Clubs/extracurricular activities: Volleyball, National Honors Society, Science National Honors Society, Spanish Honors Society, Art Honors Society, Blue Ribbon of Promise, Spanish Club, Link Crew, Interact Club, and JSOL guides.

My interests include: I love being outside and going on hikes, especially with my dog. I enjoy playing guitar, reading, journaling, and painting. I spend a lot of time listening to music and going on adventures with my friends.

Post-graduation plans: Continue my education at UW-Stevens Point in order to pursue a degree in wildlife or fisheries biology.Next fall, I will be attending Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. I will be working toward an interdisciplinary science degree in Engineering and Public Health. My hope is to one day work in developing countries to help provide people with clean water.

Additional comments: None provided


Unfortunately, Janesville Parker High School did not submit any nominations this month. We hope to receive some for February!

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