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Rotary Club honors Students of the Month

Rotary Club honors Students of the Month

The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Rotary Club recently honored Natalie Stanton and Kamryn Manual as its Students of the Month. Natalie is a junior at Lindbergh High School. Kamryn is an eighth-grade student at St. Catherine Laboure School. Pictured, from left, are: Rotary Club President Don Androlewicz; St. Catherine Laboure teacher Susan Zorescu, Lindbergh Schools Superintendent Jim Simpson, Kamryn and Natalie.

Rotary Club honors Students of the Month

Rotary Club honors Students of the Month

The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Rotary Club recently honored Missy Costa and Amanda Aiken as its Students of the Month. Missy is a junior at Lindbergh High School and Amanda is an eighth grade-student at Sperring Middle School. Pictured, from left, are: Rotary Club President Don Androlewicz, Rotary Club President-elect and Lindbergh Superintendent Jim Simpson, Missy, Amanda and Sperreng Middle School Principal Mark Eggers.

Rotary Club honors Students of the Month

Rotary Club honors Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Crestwood-Sunset Hills recently honored Adrijana Bobay, a Bayless Middle School eighth-grader, and Tessa Jasper, a Lindbergh High School student and Interact Club officer, as its Students of the Month. Pictured, from left, are: Paul Sharp, Bayless Middle School principal; Brian Kohlberg, Rotary Student of the Month chairman; Adrijana; Don Androlewicz, Rotary Club president; Tessa; and Lindbergh Superintendent Jim Simpson.

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