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                                Rotary Student of the Month Gabe Salinger stands with Rotary Club President Steve Powers, left, and Oak Harbor High School Principal Dwight Lundstrom.

Photo submitted Rotary Student of the Month Gabe Salinger stands with Rotary Club President Steve Powers, left, and Oak Harbor High School Principal Dwight Lundstrom.

Salinger named Rotary Student of the Month

  • Saturday, April 28, 2018 3:44pm
  • Life

Gabe Salinger was recently recognized as the Rotary Student of the Month for April.

Salinger is a senior at Oak Harbor High School. He played basketball for the high school all four years and is the team captain. He played three years of football, playing quarterback his junior year. He also participated in Civil Air Patrol, a federal-supported, nonprofit corporation that serves as the official civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force.

He is a member of the National Honor Society and homecoming king. Salinger was selected to attend the Air Force Academy starting in July.

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                                Rotary Student of the Month Gabe Salinger stands with Rotary Club President Steve Powers, left, and Oak Harbor High School Principal Dwight Lundstrom.

Photo submitted Rotary Student of the Month Gabe Salinger stands with Rotary Club President Steve Powers, left, and Oak Harbor High School Principal Dwight Lundstrom.

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                                Rotary Student of the Month Gabe Salinger stands with Rotary Club President Steve Powers, left, and Oak Harbor High School Principal Dwight Lundstrom.

Photo submitted Rotary Student of the Month Gabe Salinger stands with Rotary Club President Steve Powers, left, and Oak Harbor High School Principal Dwight Lundstrom.

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