Posted by Jeffrey Brennan on Jan 10, 2018

Student of the Month

At our January 10th meeting, we recognized two students of the month for outstanding achievement in Vocational Services.

Ruby Rosario-Mendez

Ruby Rosario-Mendez is our January Student of the Month from  Archbishop Murphy High School, shown above with Archbishop Murphy Principal, Alex Crane, and our Youth Service Chair, Becky Porter.
   Ruby loves performing arts and has been an active member of the Archbishop Murphy High School choir & band.  She performs as a mariachi singer as well as plays the violin.  Ruby is part of the DECA program at school and, along with her siblings, performs in her church's choir.  Ruby plans to go to college in California and pursue a major in business and focus on performing arts. Her long-term aspiration is to manage talent in the music industry. Congratulations Ruby!

Sarah Porter

Our Student of the Month from Henry M. Jackson High School is Sarah Porter, shown above with Jackson High School Principal and Rotarian, Dave Peters.
Sarah has known since a young age that she wanted to enter the culinary arts field. Sarah goes to Jackson High School and attends Sno-Isle Skills Center in the Culinary Arts program.  This coming weekend, Sarah will be competing in a regional cooking competition and hopes to go on to compete nationally.  She is engaged with clubs at school, holds a part-time job, and volunteers with the Step-By-Step organization providing assistance to low-income families.  Sarah has received a scholarship to attend Johnson & Wales University in Denver, Colorado, in the Bakery and Pastry Management program.  Sarah aspires to own a bakery of her in the future. Congratulations Sarah!