Rotary Club President Steve Powers presents Cami Bristow with a certificate of recognition.

Rotary Club President Steve Powers presents Cami Bristow with a certificate of recognition.

Rotary honors March Student of the Month

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2018 2:56pm
  • Life

Rotary Club of Oak Harbor recognized Cami Bristow as its March Student of the Month.

Bristow is a junior at Oak Harbor High School. She is the Oak Harbor School District student representative. She carries a 3.9 GPA and has taken many honors and advanced placement courses. In extracurricular activities, Bristow excels at volleyball and track.

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