CLASS LEADER: OA best of year to major in psychology; Salutatorin will study engineering | Lifestyles
Karly Smith, daughter of Raymond and Kristin Smith, is best in the Oakfield Alabama class of 2021.
Karly is a valued member of the cross-country skiing, basketball and track and field teams. She was involved in the band and choir and shared her talents in the drama club. She was a member of the National Honor Society, Math Team, Link Crew, and Future Farmers of America. She is also the chairperson of her class.
Karly is an active member of the Genesee County 4-H Boots N Bling Horse Club.
Karly has been awarded the New York Land Contractors of America Scholarship, Section V Girls’ Basketball Scholarship, and Muriel Pies Memorial Scholarship.
Karly will attend Roberts Wesleyan College, where she is studying psychology, to pursue a career as a crisis intervention psychologist.
Salutatorian will be studying engineering
Oakfield-Alabama Central School Class of 2021 salutatorian Zachary Hall is the son of Robert and Laura Hall.
Zach shines as a participant in the school’s swim team and is particularly proud of his participation in the cross-country, indoor and athletics teams.
In addition to being a member of the band, Zach is also a member of the Jazz Band, Choir, Swing Choir and most importantly, honored to be a part of the All-County Chorus. He is also an invaluable member of the National Honor Society.
Zach played an active role in tidying up the ward by taking part in foliage gatherings and singing Christmas carols at nursing homes with Grace Baptist Church. He enjoyed studying the Bible.
Zach received the President’s Scholarship and will attend the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he will study engineering and continue his passion for running on the college’s cross country and track teams.