St. Michael's Caron a Finalist in No Name Original Kid Contest

Kevin Caron of St. Michael will receive a $1,000 scholarship and STMA High School will also receive a $1,000 prize for reaching the final five. The contest is run by No Name Brands, a division of J & B Group here in St. Michael.

Kevin Caron, 17, of St. Michael, has been named as one of five finalists in the No Name® Original Kid of the Year contest. Finalists were selected from a pool of essays submitted to No Name® Premium Meat & Seafood by parents and teachers describing each nominee’s school performance, community service and involvement in extracurricular activities.

In his nomination letter, Caron was described as a self-driven leader. Caron is President of the National Honor Society, valedictorian of the 2012 St. Michael-Albertville High School graduating class, a leader in Business Professionals of America and captain of the varsity boy's tennis team. He also volunteers with his church and the local food shelf.

Each finalist won four suite tickets to the April 29, 2012 Minnesota Twins home game versus the Kansas City Royals. As one of the four finalists Caron received a $1,000 scholarship prize and a $1,000 donation to their school.

“No Name is committed to recognizing outstanding achievements by Minnesota’s youth,” said Mandy Kennedy, brand manager at No Name. “All of our finalists have distinguished themselves through academics, extracurricular activities and community involvement.  We are thrilled to celebrate these extraordinary students.”

Other finalists in the contest are Madeline Bloom, 18, of Eden Prairie; Haley Coller, 18, of Burnsville; Lacy Myrman, 17, of Brooklyn Park; and Jeremy Nelson, 18, of Excelsior.


About No Name
No Name® is a division of - a family-owned company based in St. Michael. With more than 650 employees, the company is a leader in perishable food manufacturing and distribution, serving the retail and food service industry throughout the Midwest and beyond. www.nonamesteaks.com



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