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Rotary Club presents scholarships

At the Rotary Club's scholarship presentation, from left, are: Scholarship Chairman Bill Shore, Jennifer Pantano, Zachary Rankin, Kyle Moellenhoff and Brian Schraut, Rotary Club president.

At the Rotary Club’s scholarship presentation, from left, are: Scholarship Chairman Bill Shore, Jennifer Pantano, Zachary Rankin, Kyle Moellenhoff and Brian Schraut, Rotary Club president.

The Rotary Club of South County presented scholarships to three students.

Zachary Rankin, a senior at Oakville High School, received a Rotary General Scholarship. He will attend Southeast Missouri State University and major in computer science.

Kyle Moellenhoff, a senior at Lutheran South High School, received a Rotary General Scholarship. He will attend Missouri University of Science and Technology and major in mechanical engineering.

The Carol Allen Memorial Rotary Scholarship was awarded to Jennifer Pantano, a senior at Bayless High School. She will attend St. Louis University and major in mathematics/engineering.

Rotary Club presents scholarships

Rotary Club presents scholarships

The Rotary Club of St. Louis County recently presented scholarships to three students. Megan Auer, of Oakville High School, received a Rotary General Scholarship. She will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia and major in interior design. Jessica Tobin, of Hancock High School, also received a Rotary General Scholarship. She will attend either the University of Evansville or Maryville University and major in music therapy. The Carol Allen Memorial Rotary Scholarship went to Denana Vehab, of Bayless High School. She will attend St. Louis University and major in biomedical engineering. Pictured, from left, are: Rotary Club President John Stewart, Denana, Jessica, Megan and Rotary Club Scholarship Chairman Bill Shore.

    Rotary Club presents scholarships

    Rotary Club presents scholarships

    The Rotary Club of St. Louis County recently presented scholarships to three students. Megan Auer, of Oakville High School, received a Rotary General Scholarship. She will attend the University of Missouri-Columbia and major in interior design. Jessica Tobin, of Hancock High School, also received a Rotary General Scholarship. She will attend either the University of Evansville or Maryville University and major in music therapy. The Carol Allen Memorial Rotary Scholarship went to Denana Vehab, of Bayless High School. She will attend St. Louis University and major in biomedical engineering. Pictured, from left, are: Rotary Club President John Stewart, Denana, Jessica, Megan and Rotary Club Scholarship Chairman Bill Shore.

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