Rotary names October Student of the Month

  • Thursday, November 3, 2016 7:47pm
  • Business

Student of the Month Patricia Hill accepts her certificate from Rotary President Greg Smith.

Rotary Club of Oak Harbor honored Patricia Hill as its October Student of the Month at a recent meeting.

At Oak Harbor High School, Hill is taking almost all the Advanced Placement classes the school offers, including computer science, calculus, physics, U.S. and world history and Spanish.

She is a member of the National Honor Society and president of Students against Destructive Decisions.

She participates in the school’s robotics club and the girls basketball team.

She volunteers with various community service activities, including the annual blood drive.

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