The Bainbridge Town Council passed a resolution at Wednesday's meeting recognizing Bainbridge resident Renee Foltz for her outstanding academic achievement and strong community involvement.
Foltz graduated from North Putnam High School in May with multiple honors including being Valedictorian of her senior class. She also received the Presidential Academic Award, was a Lilly Endowment Scholarship Finalist and had eight semesters on the school's high honor roll.
She was active in many academic organizations including the National Honor Society, Future Farmers of America, Spanish Club, Science Academic Team, English Academic Team and the Interdisciplinary Academic Team.
Foltz was recognized by the school for her involvement in many philanthropic organizations including Students against Drunk Driving, Safe Driving Club, High School Heroes, Key Club and a Tutoring program.
She received special recognition for community involvement receiving the Volunteer of the Year Award, Emerging Woman Philanthropist of the Year and Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award.
She served on the Student Council at NPHS, participated in Dance Team and was a member of the 2006 IHSAA State Champion Cheer Team.
The Town Council recognized her significant achievements to her school, family and community and wishes her well in her future endeavors.
She will be presented with the proclamation at the next regular meeting of the Bainbridge Town Council.