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Outstanding Youth for November 2018, “Kori Robinson”

 

“Outstanding Youth Kori Robinson”

We are proud to introduce Ms. Kori Robinson, she is a 17-year-old Senior attending McCluer South-Berkeley High School in St. Louis, Mo. Kori is an honor roll student with a current G.P.A. of 3.7.  She is in the top 20 of her class of 110 students.

Kori is currently taking four Advanced Placement (AP) courses and has already received dual credit from the University of Missouri in Pre-Calculus and now in Calculus.  Kori manages to maintain her grades while serving as an active member of several school organizations to include; the A+ Program, National Honors Society, and the DECA Program, while working a part-time job.
Her goal upon graduation is to further her studies at Southern University and A&M College of Louisiana in the fall 2019. Her goal is to become a Dermatologist to help people all over the world improve and maintain healthy skin. Kori loves to draw and build things; she’s very good with her hands.

In her free time, she loves to shop and get her nails done. This young lady has a strong faith in God and believes that with God on her side she can achieve anything that she sets her mind to. This young lady is destined for success!

Help us Celebrate this Outstanding young woman who definitely deserves to be recognized!
Thanks to your generous donations and proceeds from your purchases of our products located under the “Free Gifts,” option on the Home Page, Kori Robinson will be receiving a Certificate of Achievement, a “I Support St. Louis Prayer Project” t-shirt, a “Prayer Changes Everything” prayer journal, and a $100 Foot Locker gift card. Please continue to share and donate so that other outstanding young people can be recognized for their good deeds each month. Remember, we pray for all our children sometimes even more for those who may be struggling; however, we can’t forget the importance of motivating and empowering those that are putting their best foot forward and making great strides by staying out of trouble. Peer pressure is real, that is why St. Louis Prayer Project, Inc. wants to feature “Outstanding Youth” that serve as role models for their peers by doing good. Making good positive choices is the new “Cool.”

 

 

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