8 local students win Arlington Rotary Club awards

  • Friday, February 21, 2020 5:43pm
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ARLINGTON – Eight middle and high school students from the Arlington, Lakewood and Darrington school districts were recognized recently by the Rotary Club of Arlington for making a difference in their schools.

The club donated $50 to a charity of the students’ choice.

Megan Scott from Arlington High School led a movement to raise mental health awareness by placing posters in the lunch room. Megan’s $50 contribution is being made to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Lakewood High School student Natasha Lowery has a 3.87 grade-point average while taking College in the High School and Running Start classes. Her $50 contribution is being made to the CSP Foundation.

Weston High School student Desaray Low encourages peers to seek out quick and mature resolutions to problems. Desi’s $50 contribution is being made to Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Leonardo Sandoval from Lakewood Middle School is a dedicated student who always puts forth excellent work. Leo’s $50 contribution is being made to the VH1 Save the Music Foundation.

Ava Wolfe from Post Middle School is helpful to everyone around her and is a positive role model to everyone she encounters. Ava’s $50 contribution is

being made to the Arlington Food Bank.

Haller Middle School student Peyton Wold is a new student this year, but joined Leadership class and has played a key role in organizing assemblies and spirit days. Peyton’s $50 contribution is being made to the Alzheimer’s Association of Washington.

Patience Hartman from the Stillaguamish Valley Learning Center has a kind heart, is a leader in her school and is dedicated to her education. Her $50 contribution is being made to the Special Olympics.

Brevin Ross from Darrington High School takes AP and College-in-the-High-School courses. Brevin’s $50 contribution is being made to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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