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Enumclaw Rotary Club and Buckley Kiwanis Club honors two Students of The Month
Members of the Enumclaw Rotary Club honored two Students of The Month during their Dec. 19 meeting and another during their Jan. 16 gathering.
Sarah Morrow, daughter of Daniel and Brenda Morrow of Enumclaw, was the December recipient from Enumclaw High School. She is a strong academic student, taking multiple Advanced Placement classes throughout her experience at Enumclaw High. She is a member of the National Honor Society and participates in varsity fastpitch, where she was a first-team, all-league selection. She plans to attend Western Washington University in the fall to study computer science and play fastpitch.
Sean Hayes, son of Don Hayes of Buckley, was the December recipient from White River High School. A strong academic student, he was named a Washington Scholar by being in the top 1 percent of his class. Athletically, he participates in football, powerlifting and track. He is a member of the ASB Executive Council and National Honor Society. He plans to attend Macalester College in Minnesota, majoring in biochemistry while also playing football.
Kaitlin Miller, daughter of Luke and Melissa Miller of Buckley, was the January recipient from White River High School. A strong academic student who has taken six Advanced Placement classes, she has a 4.0 grade-point average and is a member of the National Honor Society. She is an FFA officer, serves as senior class treasurer, Young Life member and was selected as the 2013 Buckley Log Show queen. She plans to attend Washington State University in the fall and pursue a degree in science.
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The Buckley Kiwanis Club honored two Students of the Month during a Dec. 19 meeting.
Ilah Hardersen is a student at Glacier Middle School. She helps students who have special needs, is on the Green Team and is high academic achiever. She also is involved in sports and plays a musical instrument. She has been involved with her grandfather in a “bear release program” which is part of the state’s Fish and Wildlife Department. She hopes to pursue a career in veterinary medicine when she goes onto college.
Kayla Morgan attends White River High School. She is a behind-the-scenes worker who puts others before herself. She currently is president of Key Club and is enrolled in Advanced Placement classes.. She is a service-orientated person who likes projects to be well organized. She sponsored a Key Club Week at the high school and recognized members for their service.