Rotary honors September student of the month

  • Tuesday, September 26, 2017 12:59pm
  • Life

Rotary club president Steve Powers presents Jordan George with a certificate.

Rotary Club of Oak Harbor honored its first student of the month for the new school year.

Jordan George’s claim to fame is in music. He is a low brass specialist, to include tuba, bass guitar, baritone and trombone.

He performs with numerous groups in Oak Harbor High School and in the community, to include wind ensemble, jazz band and the Saratoga Orchestra. He performed in the Oak Harbor Music Festival this year.

Jordan is currently the Band Club president and head drum major.

He has been in the All-State Band multiple times and has been selected to be part of the All-National Honor Band on tuba.

His future plans are to attend a state four-year university and become a professional tuba player.

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