Winchester named Rotary Student of the Month

  • Tuesday, December 17, 2019 4:27pm
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Oak Harbor High School Principal Nate Salisbury selected Cheyanne Winchester as Rotary Club of Oak Harbor Student of the Month for December.

Winchester was selected for her involvement in the music program at the high school — both band and choir. She plays flute and is the section chair as well as achieving a second alternate recognition in the state solo and wind ensemble competition in 2018.

She is the co-drum major for the marching band, a member of the National Honor Society and has taken advanced placement classes. Winchester is a member of the wrestling and track and field teams and offers flute lessons for middle school musicians.

Winchester said she plans to attend Central Washington University and major in music education.

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