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Bone, Stewart Receive Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award


Two high school students pose with awards in front of a portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr.

St. Dominic High School seniors Nick Bone and Madeline Stewart are recipients of the Archdiocese of St. Louis' 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award. Bone accepted the award on behalf of St. Dominic High School, while Stewart represented Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in O'Fallon.

High school award recipients from across the Archdiocese were recognized at the 43rd Annual Archdiocesan Mass for the Preservation of Peace and Justice, celebrated by Archbishop Robert Carlson on Sunday, January 20, at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.

"Nick and Maddy are two exemplary human beings who always represent their school, their family and themselves with class and tremendous faith," said St. Dominic High School president Jim Welby.

Bone is a peer minister, Ambassador Club president, National Honor Society vice president, Crusader Nation News anchor, transfer student mentor, varsity softball manager and varsity baseball player. Additionally, he is a member of Pro-Life Club, Outreach Club, Viri Dei and Music INC. He is a member of Assumption Parish and plans to attend Benedictine College in the fall.

Stewart is a member of the cross country and soccer teams, Peer Ministry, AD Club, Ambassador Club, Outreach Club, peer tutoring and National Honor Society. She is a member of Assumption Parish and will attend Benedictine College on a soccer scholarship.

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