16 | March 21, 2019 | the orland Park Prairie orland park OPPrairie.com PAIDADVERTISEMENT Hemp Gummies Offer Amazing Relief That Tastes So Good Hemp Gummies offer users fast acting relief from joint and muscle discomfort that’s absolutely delicious; now available in the U.S. without a prescription Chris Laufstein Associated Health Press BOSTON — For millions battling daily discomfort, this news couldn’t be more exciting. A new relief extract found in hemp is available across the nation and can be purchased without a prescription. And the best part, it comes to users in the form of a tasty gummy bear. So you can say goodbye to pills, needles, and creams! Hemp Gummies, contains pure concentrated doses of hemp extract, which can help relieve joint discomfort along with general muscle aches and soreness. It also calms, relaxes, and eases tension all over the body. 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OPPrairie.com school the orland park prairie | March 21, 2019 | 17 The Orland Park Prairie’s Standout Student Sponsored by Marquette Bank Ilona Kudirka, St. Michael School fifth-grader Ilona Kudirka was chosen as The Orland Park Prairie’s Standout Student because of her academic accomplishments. What is one essential you must have when studying? While I am studying, I must have my chromebook and notebook. Usually, there are study guides or notes online that I use to help me study. ... As for my notebook, I try to look at things I have trouble remembering. Then, I put it away and have one of my parents quiz me. After awhile, I remember the information perfectly. What do you like to do when not in school or studying? When I am not in school or studying, I enjoy playing volleyball, doing gymnastics, reading books and playing the piano. I play volleyball on Tuesday and Thursday, and on Thursday I play piano right before volleyball. I read books and do gymnastics at home almost every day. What is your dream job? My dream job is to be a doctor. photo submitted What do you keep under your bed? When I was little, I thought it would be cool to have a secret bunker underneath my bed, so I took the extra pillows and blankets, and then I constructed a little area underneath my bed. When I came back, I was surprised to see that my mom had cleaned it all up! Now, I keep my slippers underneath my bed. What is your favorite class and why? My favorite class is social studies, because I get to learn about the world’s past and what people’s lives used to be like a long time ago. What’s one thing that stands out about your school? One thing that stands out about my school is our sense of community. What extracurricular activities do you wish your school had? I wish my school had a swim team and a gymnastics team. Standout Student is a weekly feature for The Orland Park Prairie. Nominations come from Orland Park area schools. School News Benet Academy Orland Parker a U.S. Presidential Scholar Gino Kozel, a graduating senior at Benet Academy, has been named one of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from nearly 3.6 million students expected to graduate from United States high schools in the year 2019. Scholars are elected on the basis of superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character, and involvement in the community and school activities. Scholars are invited to Washington, D.C., for several days in June to receive the Presidential Scholars Medallion at a recognition ceremony, and to participate in events and activities. Marian Catholic High School Resident of Orland Park honored during 60th anniversary celebration Marian Catholic High School continued its yearlong celebration of the school’s 60th Anniversary with Veritas III, a scholarship benefit recently held in the Sr. M. Paul McCaughey, OP Leadership Center. Alumni, parents, faculty members and friends gathered to commemorate the occasion and support Marian Catholic students. During the evening, Margie Pelino, a resident of Orland Park, was honored with the Dominican Legacy Pillar Award. The award recognizes individuals who have served as pillars in the Marian Catholic community by supporting and sustaining the mission of Marian Catholic. An alumni parent and former school advisory board member, Pelino has demonstrated an unwavering enthusiasm for the mission and values of Marian Catholic for more than 30 years. Providence Catholic High School School’s valedictorian hails from Orland Park Providence Catholic High School Principal John Harper recently announced Allison Brankin as the Class of 2019 Valedictorian and Alyssa La- Bine as Salutatorian. Brankin is the daughter of Patrick and Susan Brankin. She is a graduate of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Catholic School, a parishioner at St. Elizabeth Seton and a resident of Orland Park. Brankin is to attend the University of Notre Dame and is to study chemical engineering. Allison has been a member of the Providence Catholic high honor roll all semesters and is a member of the National Honor Society. She has received numerous academic subject awards from the school including AP U.S. History, Chemistry Honors, English 2 Honors, English 3 Honors, AP Chemistry and Church History. Outside of the classroom, she is active as a member of Student Council, Augustinian Youth Ministry and a sacristan for all school Masses, while being a participant in the Student Augustinian Values Institute. She is also a Eucharistic minister, student ambassador, Celtic Time leader, Kairos leader and in Spanish National Honor Society. In addition, she has been a member of the PCHS volleyball team and was named team captain this year. She was also awarded the GCAC Top 10 Female Athlete Award and GCAC Academic All-Conference award. Outside of school, she coaches and referees volleyball games at Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Catholic School. Moraine Valley Community College Orland Parker earns gold medal at speech, debate tournament The Moraine Valley Community College Speech Team recently took home the silver and more than 20 individual awards in a speech and debate tournament held at Harper College in Palatine. Under the direction of Forensics Director John Nash, professor of communications, the team came in second place, competing against 19 colleges. Peter Granato, of Orland Park, earned a gold medal. Clemson University Student from Orland Park named to dean’s list Matthea J. Wong, of Orland Park, has been named to the dean’s list at Clemson University for the fall 2018 semester. Wong is majoring in biological sciences. To be named to the dean’s list, a student achieved a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale. Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine Orland Park students helps to organize Rose-A- Palooza Meredith Hanrahan, of Orland Park, treasurer of Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine’s chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association, along with other student leaders, helped to organize the school’s annual Rose-A-Palooza event. During the Rose-A-Palooza event, students, faculty and staff at GCSOM are encouraged to remember someone they appreciate and then purchase roses to send them in order to promote healthy relationships. The proceeds are donated to Women’s Resource Center, which provides services to adult and child survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and dating violence in Lackawanna and Susquehanna counties. Georgia Institute of Technology Orland Parker earns bachelor’s degree Hannah Gallagher, of Orland Park, has earned a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Georgia Southern University Orland Park student among those on dean’s list Georgia Southern University recently recognized approximately 3,300 students on the fall 2018 dean’s list. Victoria Stavropoulos, of Orland Park, has been named to the list for excellence in academics. To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester. Illinois State University Students from Orland Park named to dean’s list llinois State University recently announced the names of students who completed requirements for bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees at the end of the fall 2018 semes- Please see school, 18