Allie Kennedy wins Queen City Audio, Video and Appliances Community Heroes Award
Ardrey Kell High School softball player Allie Kennedy has been named the Queen City Audio, Video and Appliances Community Heroes Award Winner. The 17 year old daughter of Tom and Lisa Kennedy is very active in helping various organizations throughout our community. Allie has served with the YMCA Leaders Club for the last five years and has logged over 100 community service hours each year in various programs at the Y. Allie has served on the Executive Committee the last three years and last year was on the Teen Board Committee.
“I love helping out in the community because it never ceases to amaze me how one small thing I do, can have such a large impact on someone else. I often volunteer in the child care programs and events and I’ve witnessed firsthand how a simple conversation with a child can change their whole day and during all my years of volunteering, I’ve gained so much more than I could’ve ever given. I wouldn’t want to spend my weekends doing anything other than volunteering because I know someone is benefiting, even if I can’t directly see it and it’s the most rewarding feeling in the world.”
Allie carries a 3.7 grade point average and was inducted into the National Honor Society last year. She has committed to play softball next season at Belmont Abbey College.
Queen City Audio, Video and Appliances salutes Allie Kennedy for her commitment to our community.