Mal Mele Awards

The Mal Mele Award recognize an outstanding member of the Exchange club for their service during the year. Congratulations to the 2023 recipient: David Marquardt

2023 UTP Beneficiaries


Holy Family Hospitality Hermitage Service Project – October 2023

Missing Man Tables – November 2023


Turkey Train – November 2023


We are thrilled to announce that our recent Student of the Year breakfast was a resounding success! The event brought together exceptional students from around the area and provided a platform to recognize their outstanding achievements. It was a morning filled with pride, inspiration, and celebration as we honored these remarkable individuals for their dedication, hard work, and academic excellence. The students’ achievements serve as a testament to their commitment to education and the bright futures they hold. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the honorees and express our gratitude to their families, educators, and supporters for their invaluable contributions to their success.


Archbishop Hannan High School
Student: Mr. Clayton Baily Welch

Christ Episcopal School
Student: Miss Meaghan Burke

Covington High School
Student: Mr. Mason Steven Estrada

Fontainebleau High School
Student: Mr. Simon Engelhardt
Parents: Rose Green

Lakeshore High School
Student: Miss Jennifer Lynn Zuckerman

Mandeville High School
Student: Miss Riley Lenahan

Northlake Christian High School
Student: Miss Madeline Bottner

St. Scholastica Academy
Student: Miss Key Kergosien

St. Paul’s School
Student: Mr. Peter Verges


The Exchange Club of West St. Tammany is about people helping people in the belief that hope for tomorrow happens today.  We are about giving back a little of ourselves to our community.  We are about growing within ourselves through our efforts to help others.  We are about developing close personal relationships with newly found friends.

We come together in order to eliminate child abuse in all forms, to foster the health and growth of a strong family unit, to promote Americanism, to strengthen the education of our children and to give ourselves in service to our community.