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Five receive Enumclaw Rotary scholarships
The Enumclaw Rotary Club has announced it’s 2013 scholarship recipients, students hailing from Enumclaw and White River high schools.
Juliet Bannerot, daughter of Joanne and Steven Bannerot of Enumclaw, graduated this week from Enumclaw High School with a 4.0 grade-point average. Active in all aspects of the high school drama department, she also has participated in varsity soccer, German Club and National Honor Society. Additionally she has received numerous honors and awards for scholastic and athletic achievement. She plans to attend the University of Denver in the fall to major in pre-medicine.
Jennifer Hogan, daughter of Jim and Kim Hogan of Enumclaw, is a 4.0 student and has been active in Enumclaw High School leadership class, as yearbook editor and with the cross country and tennis teams. She has dedicated herself to giving to the local community and beyond through her volunteer work with Relay For Life, Northwest Harvest and as a member of the youth group at Sacred Heart Church. She plans to attend the University of Washington and major in nursing.
Anthony Chynoweth, son of Tony and Regina Chynoweth, attends Enumclaw High School. He has taken several advanced placement courses while maintaining a 3.9 GPA. He has been active in athletics, named first-team all-league in basketball 2012 and 2013 and receiving 3A all-academic honors. He also serves on the Human Services Advisory Board for the city of Enumclaw. He plans to attend Seattle Pacific University and major in education.
Madeline “Maddy” Burton, daughter of Mary and David Burton of Buckley, is an honor roll student at White River High School. A hard worker in and out of the classroom, she has served as Native American Club president and vice president and has volunteered with Western Electric and Good Samaritan Hospital. Accepted by Washington State University, her future plans include a registered nursing degree and work in the labor and delivery field.
Ryan Roulier, son of Tom and Stephanie Roulier of Carbonado, has a 3.9 GPA at White River High School while taking advanced placement courses. Active in FBLA and DECA, he has been named a Kiwanis Student of the Month and received an Outstanding Student Star Award. He has traveled extensively to regional, national and international conferences with DECA. He plans to major in business and finance at the University of Washington, with the goal of becoming a certified public accountant.
Bannerot was awarded a $2,000 scholarship and the others received $1,000 each.