Student of Month enjoys helping others

By Mary Daniel Cheek
Times-News correspondent

Garrett Frazier is Student of the Month for May, 2013. / Photo submitted

   Garrett Frazier stays very busy, yet he finds time to help others.
Garrett was nominated by his grandmother, Anita Frazier, who described him as “polite and mannerly, dependable, a good student and a good, Christian boy.”
For his senior project at Burlington Christian Academy, Garrett helped Meals on Wheels of Alamance County prepare for a fundraiser and delivered meals to clients throughout the community.
Garrett is employed at St. Mark’s Church in the sound and lighting department, a job which he acquired by first volunteering in the children’s ministry at his church. When he is not working, he can be found on stage playing the drums during the Sunday services. Garrett also plays the keyboard and guitar in his free time.
He is the son of John and Marie Frazier and has a younger sister, Sarah. In the fall, he plans to attend Guilford Technical Community College to study live sound production. Regardless of what Garrett does in the future, his grandmother is assured that “his heart is in the right place.”

 Mary Daniel Cheek is a sophomore at Williams High School and a Teens & Twenties writer.


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