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DOWNEY - Caitin Bolt-Chambers was recognized as a "Young Woman of Distinction" by Assemblyman Anthony Rendon during an awards brunch March 23 in Lynwood.
Caitin had perfect attendance from kindergarten through high school, and earned Golden Bear awards for her work in English and band. She earned her school letter for playing trumpet and volunteering with the band, of which she served as leader for four years.
She also earned the Directors Award an unprecedented two years in a row. A plaque with her name hangs on the wall in the Warren High band room.
Caitin currently attends Long Beach City College where she serves on the school senate. She also is coordinator of Kids Clubs, which serves church families in Lakewood and Hawaiian Gardens.
Caitin's mother, Randee Chambers, a teacher at Griffiths Middle School, was nominated as a "Woman of Distinction in Education."
Published: April 11, 2013 - Volume 11 - Issue 52