Congratulations to Adam for winning the Quincy Robertson Service & Leadership Award!

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The Quincy Robertson Service & Leadership Award recognizes an individual Youth of the Year finalist who has clearly demonstrated excellence in serving their Club and community as a youth. This award is named after Quincy Robertson, who spent his 39-year career serving youth and his community in countless ways. Quincy served in nearly every role throughout Boys & Girls Clubs of King County and personally has influenced the lives of thousands of Boys & Girls Club youth over the years. He retired in 2018.  

Adam is a junior at Eastlake High School in Sammamish, WA and has been a member of Boys & Girls Clubs for 8 years. He maintains a 4.0 GPA, is a three-time recipient of the Scholar Athlete award, and hopes to attend Vanderbilt University, majoring in Chemical Engineering. In his free time, Adam is a student athlete, President of Keystone Club at Sammamish Boys & Girls Club, and is Co-Director of The Hope Festival.  

It means a lot to win this award named after Quincy Robertson; he’s had a huge impact in the Clubs with his 39 years of service. Those are some big footsteps to follow. I’m really honored to have received the award. I think it goes to show this kind of vision he has, and that’s pretty inspiring to me. Adam W.