Bio: Moen, Emma – Kiwanian of
the Month (Dec. - 2022)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Moen, Silbernagel
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/21/2022
Moen, Emma – Kiwanian of the Month (Dec. - 2022)
Neillsville High School senior Emma Moen was announced as Kiwanian of the Month for December. Submitted photo.
December junior Kiwanian:
In their December 12th meeting the Neillsville Kiwanis Club welcomed senior student Emma Moen as its junior Kiwanian for the month. She is the daughter of Kelly Silbernagel and Troy Moen, and has compiled an impressive list of honors and achievements during her high school career.
She is a member of the National Honor Society, has maintained a straight “A” honor roll throughout high school and held office in student council all four years. Additionally, Moen is involved in Spanish Club, the Friends of Rachel Club and FFA, where she has held offices of secretary, treasurer, and currently is club president. Other honors and achievements include the Neillsville Optimist Club Youth Appreciation Award, the current Miss Neillsville 1st princess, and varsity track Most Improved Athlete award.
Moen is very active in the community with volunteer efforts including fall and spring Adopt-a-Highway, Clark County fair, Thank-a-Farmer baskets, and packing food bags. In addition, she provides statistical support for the Neillsville Area food pantry.
Along with her full participation in school and community events, she has maintained part-time employment previously at Subway, and currently works at Unity Bank and Sniteman Pharmacy.
Following graduation in the spring, Moen plans to attend UW-La Crosse to pursue a major in business, and minor in education.
The Neillsville Kiwanis Club takes pride in highlighting the achievements of senior student Emma Moen, and wishes her continued success in the future.
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