Rotary recognizes May student of the month

  • Tuesday, May 23, 2017 2:14pm
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Rotary President Greg Smith presents Meredith Bain with her Student of the Month certificate. Photo provided.

Rotary Club of Oak Harbor recognized Meredith Bain as its May Student of the Month.

Bain is a senior at Oak Harbor High School, and was recognized by principal Dwight Lundstrom for her excellence in wrestling. She has been a member of the varsity wrestling team all four years and is the team captain this year. In 28 wrestling matches this academic year, she has been defeated only once. She placed 6th in the state this year.

Academically, she has participated in Running Start for two years and has taken some advanced placement classes.

She plans on attending Eastern Oregon University where she would like to major in chemistry and math.

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