The Malibu Times 2015 Citizenship Award Winners

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Point Dume Marine Science School student Bridget Kennedy-Bailey has been described as “well-liked, admirable and outgoing.” As president of the PDMSS Student Council, Kennedy-Bailey led the student body in many projects and endeavors, including helping former Juan Cabrillo principal Pat Cairns raise money for the Botswana School Project. Kennedy-Bailey and other PDMSS students participated in a See’s Candies fundraiser which helped provide orphans in Botswana with basic school supplies. Kennedy-Bailey is also leading the Student Council with a project to see how to best give funds toward helping aide sick and dying sea lions. Through these projects and others, Kennedy-Bailey has shown she has “an unwavering concern for the rights and needs of others.”

Each year, The Malibu Times recognizes local students for their dedication to their schools and the local community. The recipients arechosen by teachers, administrators and peers at their respective schools. The Malibu Times Citizenship Awards were established in 1987 to acknowledge students who show commitment to the community and demonstrate a concern for the rights and needs of others.

For detailed information about each winner, click on their photo.