The Conway Optimist Club named its four Teens of the Month for February and March during recent meetings.
Spencer Sutterfield, Rylie Birdwell, Gopi Lukhi and Aaron Rieth were the four that were selected for the honor.
Sutterfield is the son of Adam and Andrea Sutterfield.
The 17-year-old is a student at Greenbrier High School where he is an ambassador and a member of Purposed — the Christian club — and Fellowship of Christian Athletes as well as a member on the football and baseball teams.
Sutterfield attends New Life Church in Greenbrier and is involved in the high school ministry, Real Life, and serves on the production team and in the middle school ministry.
Currently, his GPA sits at 4.17, will graduate in May and plans to attend Quachita Baptist University where he intends to major in business and Christian studies.
Sutterfild will be playing football in college as well.
Birdwell is the daughter of Randal and Misty Birdwell of Greenbrier.
The 17-year-old Greenbrier High School student is the president of the student council, involved in both Beta Club and FBLA, is a GHS Ambassador and the captain of the color guard.
She is also a musician in the GHS band.
Birdwell attends New Life Church where she is involved in the worship team and Real Life leadership.
She serves as a volunteer for Brookhill Ranch and Dixie Band Camp and is employed by Stage Door Dance Arts.
Currently, Birdwell holds a GPA of 4.0, will graduate in May and plans to attend the University of Arkansas in the fall where she intends on majoring in rehabilitative sciences or biology.
She also plans to become a pediatric occupational therapist and audition for the Razorback Pom Squad in April.
Aaron Rieth is the son of Marlon and Candace Rieth of Conway.
The 17-year-old is a member of the Conway High School Key Club where he serves as the fundraiser chair, a member of the National Honor Society, captain of the high school swim team and a member of the Conway Area Youth Leadership Institute — formally known as the Faulkner County Youth Leadership Institute — as part of the graduation committee.
He is a member of Second Baptist Church in Conway where he is involved in Second Students.
Reith volunteers with Community Connections where he teaches swim lessons, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, the Go Store and the City of Hope Outreach.
Currently, Rieth’s GPA sits at 4.39, will graduate in May 2018 and plans to attend the University of Arkansas where he will major in biomedical engineering.
In addition, Rieth has also been a part of Arkansas Governor’s School, Arkansas Boys State, All Arkansas Preps Swim Team, All-State Swim for three years, USA Swimming Scholastic All America and awarded Chancellor’s Scholarship from the U of A.
Gopi Lukhi is the daughter of Govind and Rasila Lukhi of Conway.
The 18-year-old is a student at Conway High School and is a member of the CHS Band, social committee officer of Key Club, National Honor Society and is the vice president of Beta Club.
Lukhi attends the Baps Hindu Temple.
She is involved with the Conway Animal Shelter and volunteers with Community Connections.
Currently, her GPA sits at 4.39, will graduate in May, plans to attend the University of Arkansas and intends to study biochemistry and biology.