Jesse Sturgess is LMC Foundation’s Student of the Month

Jesse Sturgess was named the Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Living Well Student of the James BoyMonth at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce February Breakfast, Tuesday.

He is pictured with Herbert A. Wood Elementary School Principal Nicole Singletary and Dr. Bill James, superintendent of Lexington School Disrtict 2.  Jesse is a student at Wood Elementary School in Pine Ridge. Photo taken by Vickie Lovett, of Pretty Pictures.

Jesse is 11 years old.  He is the oldest of four, and he has always been a “hard worker.”  His passion is helping others; whether it be in the kitchen making smoothies or outside cleaning cars.  He has played baseball for several years for Midlands.

Jesse is also very involved in Boy Scouts and will receive his Arrow of Light award on March 9.  He also loves to ride his bicycle and dirk bike with his siblings.
Guest Speaker at the meeting was Dr. Bill James, superintendent of Lexington School District 2. The breakfast was sponsored by Lexington School District 2 and Dupre at The Market. The breakfast was held at the S.C. State Farmer’s Market in West Columbia.

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