May receiving a student of the month certificate from Rotary Club president Greg Smith. Photo provided

Notable: May named Rotary student of the month for November

  • Tuesday, December 6, 2016 3:17pm
  • Business

Lauren May was chosen as the Rotary Club of Oak Harbor’s November Student of the Month.

May is a senior at Oak Harbor High School, pulling a cumulative 3.8 GPA.

She takes Advanced Placement classes and is a member of the honors program and the National Honor Society.

May is also the record-setting captain of the girls varsity volleyball team.

She participated in Evergreen Girls State at Central Washington University and was selected to serve as its senator in Girls Nation in Washington, D.C. for a week.

May plans to attend Gonzaga University upon graduation to major in nursing.

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