A freshman from each local high school was selected and honored by Redding West Rotary.
Redding, CA May 19, 2015 – The Redding West Rotary has annually recognized the outstanding freshman of the year from each of the area’s six public and two charter high schools. As Rotarians we want to recognize these individuals at a young age so they will maintain their leadership qualities throughout high school, college and eventually in their community. Parents of the students and principals or other school representatives were in attendance.
The purpose of the freshman scholarship program is to provide a positive and encouraging award to a freshman that has excelled as a student, academically, through extra- curricular activities, sports, student government or community civic involvement. We are proud to recognize the very best our schools have to offer. These are truly great young adults. Traditionally, our club has perpetuated its interest in this program by having the Freshman of the Year that was selected 3 years ago from each of the respective high schools introduce this year’s recipient.
The Freshmen of the Year for 2014-2015 are as follows: Anderson High School – Jarret Kingston
Central Valley High School – Regan Dias
Enterprise High School – Derek Ray
U-PREP – Holly Nicholson
About Redding West Rotary:
Foothill High School – Dominic DeWalt
Shasta High School – Mae Huang
West Valley High School – JoeLyn Stirton Anderson New Tech – Jacquelin Juntado-Ordona
The Rotary Club of Redding West has a long history of serving the local community and collaborating on international projects that improve the lives of people here and in developing countries. As business leaders and professionals, we aim to exemplify the principles of Rotary. Redding West understands the meaning of service, both in our Redding community and in striving to support Rotary International in achieving such laudable goals as the eradication of polio. The Rotary Club of Redding West is made up of exceptional individuals who, along with 1.2 million Rotarians in 33,000 Rotary Clubs in more than 160 countries, are changing the world with our work at home and around the globe, one act of service at a time. Join us for lunch on Tuesdays at Riverview Country Club at noon.
Contact Redding West Rotary:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @reddingwrotary
P.O. Box 993928 Redding, CA 96099-3928