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2 GHS cross country student-athletes inducted into Strovis Character Counts Awards program

November 9, 2018 at 2:49 am

Strovis Holdings inducted Robert Hill and Ella Moody, both cross country players at Georgetown High School, into the Strovis Character County Awards program Thursday, Nov. 8, during. Pictured are Strovis Chief Marketing Office Mark A. Stevens, Booster Club President Jessica Sasser, Coach Chris Hapeshis, honoree Robert Hill, honoree Ella Moody and Coach Shawn Studley. (Photo by Loreen Phelan)

Two more student-athletes were inducted into the 2018-2019 Strovis Character Counts Awards program Thursday evening.

During the Georgetown High School Cross Country annual awards banquet, held Thursday, Nov. 8, at Georgetown Presbyterian Church, representatives from Strovis and the Georgetown High School Athletic Boosters Club named Robert Hill and Ella Moody as the next students to join the awards program.

Hill and Moody each received certificates and $50 cash prizes. Both were nominated for the award by members of the coaching staff for excellence as cross country team members but also for holding excellent character traits.

Strovis Chief Marketing Officer Mark A. Stevens presented Moody with her award, a certificate that noted she was singled out for the award “for her determination to always be the best she can be and for her commitment and enthusiasm to her sport, her team and her school.”

For Hill, Stevens noted that the student-athlete was honored for “always showing commitment and dedication for his sport, his team and his school – clearly demonstrating that character counts.”

Assisting Stevens during the awards presentation were Jessica Sasser, president of the Booster Club, and Loreen Phelan, a staff accountant with Strovis Payroll & HR.

Hill and Moody will be among 18 student-athletes to be honored this school year as Strovis Character Counts Award winners for the school year, was presented a certificate and a $50 cash prize by Strovis CEO Jenna Jordan and GHS Athletic Booster Club President Jessica Sasser.

The Strovis Character Counts program honors student-athletes who excel in their chosen sport, as well as in life. Students who hold strong character traits are selected for the award. They are nominated by members of the coaching staff.

Strovis partnered with the Georgetown High School Bulldogs Athletic Booster Club to create the awards program in the fall of 2017. The Booster Club remains a co-sponsor for the 2018-2019 school year.

Founded in Georgetown in 1998, Strovis Holdings oversees three divisions of the company: Strovis Payroll & HR, Strovis Benefits and Strovis Insurance. The company serves clients in 32 states from South Carolina offices in Georgetown, Murrells Inlet, Summerville and Mount Pleasant. The company can be found on the web at www.strovis.com.

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Tennis player Journey Peters named Strovis Character Counts Awards honoree

November 6, 2018 at 1:49 pm

Journey Peters was named the Strovis Character Counts Awards inductee for the girls’ tennis team at an awards banquet Monday, Nov. 5. Pictured, from left, are: Jessica Sasser, president of the Georgetown High School Athletic Booster Club; Tennis Coach Grace George; inductee Journey Peters; and Strovis Holdings CEO Jenna Jordan. (Photo by Mark A. Stevens)

By Mark A. Stevens
Chief Marketing Officer

Game. Set. We’ve got a match!

And it’s Georgetown High School sophomore and tennis player Journey Peters, who was tapped Monday, Nov. 5, as the second inductee into the Strovis Character Counts Awards program for the 2018-2019 school year.

The award was presented at the girls’ tennis team’s annual awards banquet, held at First Baptist Church.

Peters ended the season as the team’s No. 2 singles player and the No. 1 doubles player. A committee, including Tennis Coach Grace George, selected Peters for the award, citing her diligence, tolerance and compassion, character traits that certainly make the student-athlete a great choice for the Strovis Character Counts Award.

Peters, one of 18 student-athletes who will be honored as a Strovis Character Counts award winner for the school year, was presented a certificate and a $50 cash prize by Strovis CEO Jenna Jordan and GHS Athletic Booster Club President Jessica Sasser.

The Strovis Character Counts program honors student-athletes who excel in their chosen sport, as well as in life. Students who hold strong character traits are selected for the award. They are nominated by members of the coaching staff.

In presenting the award, Jordan said, “It’s important to recognize the high schoolers in Georgetown who really stand out for having good character. It’s awesome that you play a sport, that makes you well-rounded. Having good grades, playing a sport, being involved in clubs, all helps you become just a well-rounded adult. But if you have good character, it’s going to take you even further.”

Strovis partnered with the Georgetown High School Bulldogs Athletic Booster Club to create the awards program in the fall of 2017. The Booster Club remains a co-sponsor for the 2018-2019 school year.

Founded in Georgetown in 1998, Strovis Holdings oversees three divisions of the company: Strovis Payroll & HR, Strovis Benefits and Strovis Insurance. The company serves clients in 32 states from South Carolina offices in Georgetown, Murrells Inlet, Summerville and Mount Pleasant. The company can be found on the web at www.strovis.com.

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