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Enumclaw Rotary selects Students of the Month
The Enumclaw Rotary Club recognized the following students as Students of The Month during their September and October meetings.
Quinton Horton, son of Lisa and Brent Horton of Enumclaw, was the September recipient from Enumclaw High School. A full-time Running Start student, he has a 3.84 cumulative grade-point average. He is president of the National Honor Society, participates in wind ensemble and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa at Green River Community College. As a member of the Wildlife Society he received a travel grant to Hawaii during the summer.
He plans to attend a four-year university and study ecological engineering.
Scott Anderson, son of Kerry and Chris Anderson of Buckley, was the September recipient from White River High School. He has taken advanced placement English and psychology classes and has a 3.86 cumulative GPA. A three-sport athlete, he participates in football, basketball and track. He also is the senior class inter-high representative for the ASB.
He plans to attend a four-year institution next year and hopes to turn out for both football and track while working toward a degree in athletic training or engineering.
Lindsay Ross, daughter of Jeff and Kathie Ross of Enumclaw, was the October recipient from Enumclaw High School. She has taken numerous advanced placement classes and has a 4.0 cumulative GPA. She also serves as a class officer and participates on both the high school cross country and track teams. She plans to attend a four-year university next year and hopes for a career in service work.
Ryan Roulier, son of Tom and Stephanie Roulier of Carbonado, was the October recipient from White River High School. He has taken advanced placement classes and has a 3.96 cumulative GPA. While in high school he has participated in both FBLA and DECA and has served as president of both of those organizations. He plans to attend a four-year school next year to work toward a degree in business.
Allisha Erb, of Bonney Lake, was the recipient from Collins High School. She has attended Collins the past two years and is on track to graduate early. She hopes to attend the Art Institute of Seattle to study photography and also has interest in a possible cosmetologist certification from Gene Juarez.