Kelli Meier recipient of Covenant Award for Community
Monday, February 23, 2009
SIOUX FALLS – Kelli Meier, a senior from Glenville, Minn., has been named winner of the Augustana Covenant Award for Community.
Covenant Awards are presented throughout the school year to recognize students who embody Augustana’s five core values – Christian, Liberal Arts, Excellence, Community, Service. The award for Community identifies students who have committed themselves to participation in and serving Augustana’s campus community.
Meier is majoring in religion, philosophy and psychology. She is a member of the Residence Life staff and currently is serving as president for Colleges Against Cancer. She is involved in FRIENDSLink and Special Olympics. She also volunteers in the community and has served at The Banquet. Kelli is the daughter of Cindy and Mark Meier.
Also nominated were Halcyon Bjornstad, a senior from Missoula, Mont.; Jennifer Falkenstein, a senior from Carver, Minn.; Dan Mickelson, a junior from Pipestone, Minn.; Bailey Morris, a senior from Faribault, Minn.; Kari Rasmussen, a senior from Hurley, S.D.; and Adam Strenge, a senior from Sioux Falls.