|JEANNE NORBERG introduced Marianne Rose, who lives with her husband, Larry, at 640 Shady Creek Drive, Lafayette, IN 47905. Phone 449-7908. email@example.com She is the marketing manager for the Greater Lafayette Community Foundation, 1114 State Street, Lafayette, IN 47905. Phone 742-9078. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|SUSAN HYCHKA introduced Bryan Metzger, who lives with his wife, Cindy, at 1658 South Black Oak Court, Lafayette, IN 47905. Phone 447-7109. He is the Tippecanoe County Extension Director, Purdue Extension Service, 3150 Sagamore Parkway South, Lafayette, IN 47905. Phone 474-0793 email@example.com|
PAUL ZIEMER, chair of the Scholarship/Citizenship Committee, introduced and
thanked his committee, LETA KELLEY, BILL LOVELL and ROB NOLL.
Representatives of the schools and parents were introduced. Those attending
were Sister Lois Ann Meyer, Superintendent, Lafayette Catholic Schools; Susan
DeLong, Director, Administrative Services representing Richard Wood,
Superintendent, Tippecanoe School Corporation; and Iran Floyd, Acting
Superintendent, West Lafayette Community School Corp. Principals: Joesph A
Brettnacher, Central Catholic High School; Cheryl Minniear, Associate Principal
representing Vince Bertram, Lafayette Jefferson High School; John Beeker,
McCutcheon High School; Dr. Ann Koivo, West Lafayette High School; and Doug
Lesley, William Henry Harrison High School. Guidance Counselors: Velma
Fonderoli, Central Catholic High School, Joyce Grimble, Lafayette Jefferson High
School; Paula Green, McCutcheon High School; Sue MacOwan, West Lafayette
High School; Betty Burkinshaw, William Henry Harrison High School.
Kellie L. Brown, 4020 S. 900 E., daughter of Kevin and Judith Brown. Kellie expects to major in communications at Purdue University. She has been active with McCutcheon student government, newspaper, tennis team and National Honor Society. Her volunteer activities have included relief efforts in Louisiana and Habitat for Humanity.
* Harrison High School
Brandon W. Henderson, 221 Hartman Ct., West Lafayette, the son of David and Sharon Henderson. He plans to study history at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. At Harrison, Brandon has been involved with soccer and volleyball, as well as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. His community activities have included service to Habitat to Humanity, Trinity Mission and Lafayette Urban Ministries.
* Central Catholic High School
Andrea N. Kochert, 4640 S. 900 East, daughter of Francis and Carolyn Kochert. She plans to study finance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. At Central Catholic, she has been involved with varsity basketball and cross-country teams and Academic Super Bowl. Her community activities have included participation in 4-H and Interact, Rotary's organization for high school students.
* West Lafayette High School
Hong Yee "Connie" Lee, 3134 Soldiers Home Rd., West Lafayette, daughter of Kwok Wai Lee and Fung Ming Ngan. Hong Yee plans to study business management at Purdue. At West Lafayette, she has been involved with the student newspaper, Spanish Honor Society, National Honor Society and the West Side Service Organization. She also has supported the Salvation Army, area libraries, and area elderly, and was a delegate to Hoosier Girls State.
* Jefferson High School
Lauren R. Russell, 2308 Bennett Rd., daughter of Danny and Mary Russell. She plans to major in biomedical engineering in college. At Jeff, Lauren has been involved with concert and show band and the wind ensemble; junior and varsity soccer and the National Honor Society. Her community activities have included serving as a camp counselor and Salvation Army bell ringer and assisting with Lafayette Urban Ministries' Christmas Jubilee.
The scholarships were presented in memory of three past-presidents of Lafayette Rotarian: Thomas F. Moran, Sr., former professor of history at Purdue and Lafayette Rotary's founding president; Eric A. Holm, an agricultural Extension specialist who started the Lafayette Rotary scholarship program in 1945; and Frank K. Burrin, a director emeritus of continuing education at Purdue who was instrumental in starting Lafayette Rotary Foundation, Inc., which funds the scholarships.
SUSAN thanked PAUL for a super job in chairing the Scholarship/Citizenship Committee again this year.
ED ELLIOTT, Naples, FL, JOHN MORRIS and CAROLINE BRIGGS, Lafayette Daybreak.
Dave McGaw, guest of CARL REW, Marilyln Ziemer, wife of PAUL ZIEMER; Jerry Bean, guest of JOHN MEYERS.
THANKS TO THOSE WHO HELP WITH MEETING FUNCTION:
Money Collectors: JULIE LAHNER and VICKI BURCH; Greeter: MARIELLEN NEUDECK; Invocation: BILL BAUMGARDT; Dinner Music: HARLEY FREY; Singing: REX KEPLER and BOB VERPLANK; TOM MORAN for taking attendance and JO WADE for help at the back table.
COMMITTEES FOR 2005-2006:
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PRESIDENT SUSAN'S WISDOM:
In high school, you're told what classes to take. In college, you get to choose; that is, as long as the classes don't conflict and you have the prerequisites and the classes aren't closed and you've paid your tuition.
In high school, when the teacher said, "Good morning," you mumbled back. In college, when the professor says, "Good morning," you write it down. In college, weekends begin on Thursday.
In high school, you can't go out to lunch because it's not allowed. In college, you can't go out to lunch because you can't afford it.
In college, any test accounts for a larger percentage of your grade that your high school final exams did.
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