KEYSER - The Keyser Lions Club was honored to recognize 13 Keyser High School students this year at the annual Goldsworthy Scholars program on Thursday, March 15.

KEYSER - The Keyser Lions Club was honored to recognize 13 Keyser High School students this year at the annual Goldsworthy Scholars program on Thursday, March 15.  
What initially began in 1960 with the recognition of the top 10 academic students, the Keyser Lions Club now recognizes all students attending KHS who have maintained a 4.0 or higher GPA throughout his/her high school career.  
The Goldsworthy Scholar program is named in memory of former Keyser Lions Club member and Keyser High School principal James Goldsworthy.  
The Goldsworthy Scholars have proven to themselves, their families, peers and educators their desire of academic achievement and future success following high school.  
KHS principal Michael Lewis attended the Lions Club dinner with the students.
This year’s Goldsworthy Scholars are:
 - Madison Anderson (daughter of Michelle and Donald Anderson)
 - Shawnna McGuinness (daughter of Sandy and Jeff Hoban)
 - Samantha Martin (daughter of Sherry Smith)
 - Adam Dunn (son of Catherine and Matthew Ritchie)
 - Tanner Minney (daughter of Brigitte Minney)
 - Skylar Lane (daughter of Megan & Dennis Steward)
 - Jonathan Corle (son of Holly and Jeff Burns)
 - Morgan Hart (son of Norma and Randy Hart)
 - Toni Stickley (daughter of Laura Holland and Jay Stickley)
 - John Owens (son of Wendy and Doug Owens)
 - Emma Pancake (daughter of Regina and Andrew Pancake)
 - Jared Kimble (son of Tonia Kimble)
 - Maverick Holmes (son of Colleen and Jason Holmes)