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Noah Fields Selected Youth Rotarian of the Month for October by Seward Rotary Club

The Seward Rotary Club selected Noah Fields as the Youth Rotarian by the Seward Rotary Club for the

month of October, recognizing and honoring him at the October 12 th Rotary noon luncheon at the Jones

Bank Auditorium.  Noah was introduced by Seward Rotary member Anita Foor and thanked for his many

avenues of service. He is the son of Kevin and Deidra Fields of Seward.

Noah is recognized for his academics and has his name on the Seward High “Wall of Distinction” for his

ACT score, and is planning to graduate Cum Laude. He has been on the Honor Roll many times.  He is a

Microsoft Office Specialist in PowerPoint, Excel and Word Certification and has taken many AP classes. 

In fact, he achieved a perfect AP score on the Human Geography AP Exam!

Noah is in the High Ability Learner (HAL) program and received numerous P.R.I.D.E. nominations and

three P.R.I.D.E. Awards!  He was named third place in the District VFW “Voice of Democracy” Speech

Contest and placed first in the local GFWC and State GFWC Literature Contests over the years, placing at

the National GFWC level as well with his writing.  

He has been recognized with 29 individual placements at the Nebraska State Fair Contests, in grammar,

spelling, social studies, essay writing, poetry, penmanship and quiz bowl.  He has earned a 3 rd Place

Sweepstakes award and a 6 th Place Sweepstakes award at the State Fair Education Division Contests.  He

was honored with the “Brad Fossberg Outstanding Performer” Award at the Nebraska State Fair in 2016.

Noah was named an Outstanding Actor in the SHS One Act Play at the conference contest in 2021 and

earned three placements at the Future Business Leaders (FBLA) State Conference in 2021 as well.  He is

a four-year member of the SHS Show Choir, the “Swing Choir,” and a four-year member of “Select


His citizenship efforts point to his recent selection for Nebraska “Boys State” in 2021 and as the HOBY

Runner up in 2020.  He was the local “Voice of Democracy” Speech Champion in 2019 and 2020 and

represented the youth as Sesquicentennial Sam during the Seward and Nebraska 150 th Anniversary.

Noah was a longtime leader in the Nebraska Civil Air Patrol, involved in the “Wreaths Across America”

program, and various Civil Air Patrol Color Guard programs, as well as activities surrounding the Civic Air

Patrol’s programming. 

His other various activities include SHS Concession worker, SHS Track Club, City of Seward Clean-up Day

volunteer, Fourth of July parade volunteer, Key Club Multicultural Fair and the Right to Life Chain


Noah attends Hillcrest Evangelical Free Church in Seward and is on the Sunday Worship team. He also

participates in the Wednesday night youth worship team. Other participation at church includes: church

broadcast assistant, VBS assistant, and Dare2Share Can Collection volunteer.

Noah was employed with Houchen Bindery in Utica, NE this last summer and he has been employed by

Syngenta Seed Research Plant in Goehner. He also mows yards and delivers newspapers.

Noah has volunteered with over 168 hours of recorded volunteer service in the community - promoting

“Service Above Self” at its best - from working with his various service groups and as a community


After high school he plans to possibly attend Wayne State, University of South Dakota or Chadron State

College and study in the area of Conservation, Wildlife, Biology, and Ecology or Environmental Science,

depending on the college he selects.  


Noah was presented with a packet of Seward and Rotary information, a Rotary Banner and will receive a

Rotary Book Scholarship from the Seward Rotary Club and is a finalist for the Youth Rotarian of the Year

Award and Scholarship.  He will be recognized again at the spring “SHS Honors Night” in May.

Senior students at SHS can apply for the Youth Rotarian Award, as the club recognizes one Youth each

month of the school year.  Contact the SHS Counselor’s office for an application for the Youth Rotarian