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Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 31,000 Rotary clubs located in 166 countries.  The Rotary Club of Lake Hickory is committed to the motto "Service Above Self" and strives to enrich our community by giving our time, talents and charitable gifts in the name of Rotary.


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Tuesday
Jun022015

Rotary Club of Lake Hickory Awards Scholarships

L-R: Aaron Darden (Bandy’s High School), Kierra Garrett (Bunker Hill High School), Kyla Little (St. Stephens High School), Thomas Colton (Discovery High School)As the current school year came to a close, four local students have received assistance toward their higher education thanks to scholarships awarded to them by the Rotary Club of Lake Hickory.  The club awarded four scholarships to graduating seniors from four high schools in Catawba County.

High school award winners were chosen from applicants graduating from a high school in the county, based on academic excellence, financial need, and each student’s personal demonstration of the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self.”

All Rotary Club of Lake Hickory Scholarship recipients for the year 2014 received scholarship certificates and were invited to join the Rotary Club of Lake Hickory for lunch during a May meeting where they introduced themselves to the full membership.

Scholarship recipients for 2014 are:

*  Kierra Garrett, a graduate of Bunker Hill High School

*  Kyla Little, a graduate of St. Stephens High School

*  Thomas Colton, a graduate of Discovery High School

*  Aaron Darden, a graduate of Bandy’s High School

Congratulations to this year's scholarship recipients!

 

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