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SAVE THE DATE - mark your calendars for April 23, 2016 for our annual dinner auction at the Mill Creek Country Club!!!



Dinner at the Creek!

Mill Creek Rotarians help deliver Thanksgiving early at North Creek Presbyterian Church's Dinner at the Creek!
Last Thursday, November 19, club members, along with family and guests worked in the kitchen to prepare and serve meals at Dinner at the Creek.  This monthly dinner is open to anyone from the community. In addition to the wonderful food and camaraderie, club members brought along gloves, jackets and other clothes to hand out to anyone needing warm clothes.  A special thanks to the Mill Creek Country Club who prepared the turkey!


Dr. Kathleen Davis

Our speaker today was Dr. Kathleen Davis, also a Rotarian.  Kathleen presented an overview of a recently completed project in El Molino, Guatemala.  This project was led by the Rotary Club of Vashon Island and our club helped with funding.  Working with a humanitarian organization, People for Guatemala, this Rotary global grant project has brought water and compost latrines to a remote village of 500 in the mountainous region northwest of Antigua, Guatemala.   Kathleen is currently fundraising for a similar project in Guatemala and our club will be supporting her efforts!


Nicole Ottness

The Rotary Club of Mill Creek welcomed its newest member today, Nicole Ottness.  Nicole works for BECU.  In her spare time, Nicole enjoys golf, crafts, volunteering and hiking.     Welcome aboard!



In a ceremony last Friday, Barb Athanas was recognized by Rotary First Harvest as a Mike Shanahan Service Award recipient. This award recognizes individuals whose volunteer efforts  have made a significant impact on hunger relief in our communities. Barb's work on starting up the Mill Creek Food Bank certainly qualifies her for this outstanding award!
Barb, holding her Rotary First Havest "apple" award, is pictured with our Club President Becky Porter, and David Bobanick who is currently a District Assistant Governor and is the Executive Director of Rotary First Harvest.
Congratulations Barb!


Dave Somers

Our speaker yesterday was Snohomish County Council Chairperson from District 5, Dave Somers. Dave focused his discussion on three current hot topics in the county: the courthouse, growth, and commercial use of Paine Field.  Following his update, Dave entertained many good questions. The Rotary Club of Mill Creek does not endorse any elected official or candidate, but we do invite and welcome them to provide updates on current issues and topics.


Building Women Leaders from the Waterline up!

Our program speaker yesterday was Laura Wilbur, President of Frog Prints e!.  
Laura talked about how Frog Prints e! was born from hearing the simple phrase "I don't do math" too many times from young girls.  Frog Prints e! programs are designed to encourage and build within young women both leadership capabilities and a lifelong love of science, technology, engineering, math, and sailing.  Frog Prints e! programs are focused at middle school age girls and use sailing to provide hands-on learning opportunities. For more information, click here to go to Frog Prints e! website.  


Community Outreach

Club member and Jackson High School Principal, Dave Peters, and Youth Services Committee Chair, Danielle Pratt, flank our Jackson High School Student of the Month, Tyler Bennett.
Tyler is a senior at Jackson High School.   Tyler is an avid member of the Paine Field Civil Air Patrol (CAP) and shared his passion with us for the community service work he does with CAP. Tyler's experience with CAP has driven his desire to pursue a career in aviation, either commercial flying or in air traffic control.  Tyler will go on to study at the Central Washington University's aviation program.


Congratulations Barbara Athanas!

Barb Athanas was named a Mike Shanahan Service Award recipient and will be recognized by Rotary First Harvest in a ceremony on October 30 at noon at the Seattle Yacht Club.  Barb is pictured above with our very own District 5030 Assistant Governor, Bill McElroy.  Bill nominated Barb for this award. This award recognizes individuals whose volunteer efforts  have made a significant impact on hunger relief in our communities.  Well deserved Barb!


A packed meeting today to listen to descriptions of two projects that our International Committee is involved with in Guatemala.


Healing the Children

Dr. Mike Mallahan talks about the locations of the audiology projects that Healing the Children is involved with in Guatemala with our club's support. 


This August, Mike Mallahan took a group of five audiology students from the University of Washington to Guatemala to participate in audiology clinics.  Here, second year graduate audiology student Annie Duchen describes their trip and the positive impact it had on each of the students.

Emma Le Du, Co-founder and Executive Director of TINFA spoke about its
efforts to bring technology to grade school classrooms in Guatemala. 
Joining her was César Puac, who is the in-country project manager in
Guatemala. And, this was César's first time to the United States too!  
The University Sunrise Rotary Club is leading a district grant project to bring
projectors, computers and training to two schools in the Quetzaltenango 
region of Guatemala. Our club is contributing $1,000 to the project and
through the wonder of Rotary District 5030 matching grants, our $1,000
will turn into $2,500 towards the twenty thousand dollar project! 


Theresa Hausmann

Yesterday, our final September speaker was Theresa Hausmann, Career Center Specialist at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center. Theresa's job is to spread the word about Sno-Isle to junior high and high school students, and to the community.
Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center is a public school that offers technical training for high school students throughout Snohomish and Island County.  Currently Sno-Isle Tech offers courses in areas such as trade, information technology, science and health, human services, business and career planning.  Over 900 high school students are enrolled and each spends a half day at Sno-Isle and the other half at their home school.  
The Rotary Club of Mill Creek is proud to present one of our three annual high school scholarships to a Sno-Isle student continuing with their studies at a college or technical institution.  



Community Service Committee Chair Kyla Smith talks about the funds being presented to Adopt A Stream Foundation Chair Tom Murdoch.  
Rotary Club of Mill Creek held its regular meeting today at the Northwest Stream Center in McCollum Park.  A donation for $5,000 was presented to Adopt A Stream Foundation's Executive Director, Tom Murdoch, to help fund the new elevated nature trail.  Tom discussed the mission of the foundation, what each of us can do to help our stream environments, and then took the club on a guided tour of the new nature trail.
Club members listening to Tom Murdoch at the start of the elevated nature trail.


Social with a Purpose!

On Wednesday, September 16, the Rotary Clubs of Duvall, Mill Creek, Redmond and Sammamish got together for our second annual social at Matthews Winery in Woodinville.  And, with the son of Duvall Club Rotarian Patricia and Mike Chapman being deployed with his Chinook helicopter squadron to Afghanistan, the clubs used the evening to pack goodie bags for the troops of B Company, 6th Battalion, 101st Combat Aviation Division.  A great evening to show appreciation for our troops and enjoy the great winery and friends.


David Stambaugh


David Stambaugh (right) with his sponsor Bill Hathaway.
David Stambaugh was welcomed into our club this past Wednesday.  David is no stranger to Rotary, including having served as a club president, assistant governor, and district governor.  David is retired and enjoys fly fishing and traveling.  He is a graduate of the Unviersity of Puget Sound, served in the U.S. Navy (including multiple tours in Vietnam), worked as a VP at SAFECO and was a management counsultant.  Introduce yourself to David to find out more!

Rance Barclay

Rance Barclay was also welcomed into our club this past Wednesday.

Rance is a graduate of Cascade High School and has lived in our area for over 40 years.  Rance is a private trust deed investor - be sure and ask Rance exactly what that means!  Rance has a long list of outside hobbies, including motorcycling, boating, jet skiing, and flying small airplanes. Rance is always looking for ways to give back to the community and will be a great addition to our club!


Our Auction Dollars at Work!

Club President Becky Porter presenting a check to Julio Cortes, Public Relations Manager for Cocoon House.  Julio updated us on Cocoon House's latest efforts in serving homeless youth throughout Snohomish County and on its upcoming 10th Annual "An Evening in Silk." 
Want to support Cocoon House's work? Attend its annual dinner and auction to benefit at the Tulalip Resort on Friday, October 9, 2015.  A great way to have fun and help our at-risk youth in Snohomish County!


District Governor Visit

Our District 5030 Governor, Terry Pickering joined us today.  Terry talked about membership and being able to explain to others what Rotary is in a way that creates a positive image and potentially an interest in finding out more about Rotary.  Terry left us with cards that can be shared with others to help explain Rotary and urged us to continue to be an open and welcoming club for all.  

100% Attendance

From left, Jeff Brennan, Geoff Owen, Jerry Yorioka, Barb Athanas, Danielle Pratt, Maria Matthews and President Becky Porter.
Also at today's meeting, Club President Becky Porter presents a Rotary mug to our club's members who achieved 100% attendance in 2014-15.


Pennies for Puppies

Carole Flynn White, President of Pennies for Puppies, spoke at our Wednesday meeting about the non-profit organization which provides financial support to Snohomish County law enforcement and volunteer SAR K-9 teams for drug detection, patrol and search and rescue dogs.  
Joining Carole to discuss the importance of the K-9 dogs was Bruce Stedman, City of Arlington Director of Public Safety, and a fellow Rotarian. 

K-9 Ronin (appropriately named!) demonstrates on Snohomish County Deputy James Gibson why you don't want to mess with law enforcement dogs.


 K-9 Ronin is handled by Deputy Art Wallin shown on the far right.  Click on Snohomish County Sheriff K-9 for more stories and photos.

"K-9 Ronin"  




Check Presentation


On August 12th, Barb Athanas presented a $500 check to Michelle Munro, Board President of Summit Assistance Dogs.   Summit Assistance selects and trains dogs specifically for persons with mobility disabilities. The selection and training process can take up to two years for each dog, during which each learns to respond to 44 commands (it was noted by one of our members that his children only understood a few commands and frequently did not respond to them!).  Summit Assistance has purchased property on Whidbey Island and will be building a new facility with the hopes of raising its delivery capacity from its current 10 dogs annually to 50 dogs.  

Michelle Munro talking about the Summit Assistance Dogs program.
From left - Club President Becky Porter, Michelle Munro, Summit Assistance Dogs' client Myrna Kane, and Barb Athanas of our Community Service committee.
Hayden - a mobility service dog.


Dave Gunter

At our August 12 meeting, Dave Gunter gave a 5 minute talk about himself.  Dave grew up on the Gulf Coast and went to Mississippi State where he received a degree in design and advertising.  Today, Dave works for Apex Media.  If you were not at the meeting, you may be wondering how did Dave get from Mississippi to Washington State?  Offer to buy him coffee and find out!


Bob Bennett, Author

Our August 5th speaker was Bob Bennett.  After a career in telecommunications, Bob is devoting his time to writing, lecturing and consulting.  Bob has published six books.  His discussion focused on strategic alignment of your business, from his book, “Achieving a Sustainable Competitive Advantage.”  


Our School Board Directors

On Wednesday, July 29, two of our Everett School District Directors joined us and provided a very positive update on the state of our public school district.  Read more about them below their photos!

Director Traci Mitchell

Dr. Mitchell moved from California to Washington state to attend Pacific Lutheran University. She graduated with a BA in Psychology. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree and Master of Health Administration from the University of Washington. She has worked in healthcare for for almost 20 years and is currently the Manager, Pharmacy Services & Infection Control at EvergreenHealth Monroe in Monroe, WA.

Dr. Mitchell has been an active PTA volunteer since 2007 when her daughter entered elementary school. She joined the Everett Public Schools Foundation Board of Directors in 2009 and has helped with classroom grants, Stuff the Bus for Kids school supply drive, High School & Beyond and the Superintendent Scholar Award. She has also served on the Citizen's Levy Committee.  She is serving the the remaining two years of a former board member who's term vacated in January, 2014.


Director Caroline Mason

Ms. Mason earned a master’s degree in business administration from Seattle University and a bachelor’s degree in speech communication from the University of Washington. She owns Motion Marketing in Everett, a marketing communications company she founded in 2001. Her previous experience includes Nextel Communications and AT&T Wireless Services (formerly McCaw Cellular Communication). 

Ms. Mason has been an active volunteer in the community, serving on the City of Everett Salary Commission, Everett Public Schools Fiscal Advisory Council, Citizens Levy and Bond Committee, and Imagine Children’s Museum board of directors. Ms. Mason has two children attending Everett Public Schools. She is serving the remaining two years of a former board member’s term vacated in December 2013.



Solange Aquilar & Becky Porter

Our speakers this week were Solange Aquilar and our own Club President Becky Porter.  First, Solange talked about how she came to the Pacific Northwest after meeting our club members who were on a  wheelchair trip in her native country, El Salvador.  Solange moved here and lived with her host family, the Owen's, and began school at Cascadia Community College.  Solange recently graduated from Cascadia (where she found time to start a  Rotaract Club too!) and will be going on to the University of Washington in the Fall.  
Solange and Becky then presented a power point on their recent trip to the Rotary International Conference in São Paulo, Brazil.  Highlights of the trip including meeting many of our own district members, joining 500 other Rotarians in packaging over 100,000 meals for the needy, participating in a Rotary Brazilian-style carnival, and meeting many new Rotaractors and Rotarians from around the world.


Rob Rose

Rob Rose with children with disabilities in Kathmandu,Nepal. 
Our speaker yesterday was Rob Rose, owner of Brant Photographers in Bellevue, Washington and Executive Director of The Rose International Fund for Children (TRIFC).
In 1974, at the age of 16, Rob Rose was a Rotary Exchange Student and spent his junior year of high school in Calcutta, India.  It was a year that left a strong imprint on him.  Rob saw many families who had no idea where their next meal was coming from...Rob knew then that he wanted to help others.  Fast forward to today. Rob has been in Rotary over 30 years.  He is a member of the Rotary Club of Bellevue and is a Club Past President and recipient of numerous Rotarian awards including Rotary International’s Service Above Self Award and our District’s Rotarian of the Year. 

Rob shared with us the story of how one article in 1997 on impoverished lives of children in Nepal led him to make one phone call to volunteer to assist by using his photography skills.  That one call led him to go on, now 16 trips, to Nepal focused on providing assistance to disabled children, abused women and terminal cancer patients.  And, it led him to form TRIFC which raises funds to support non-profit organizations in Nepal that focus on disabled children, especially in the area of education, nutrition and medical needs. 

Throughout Rob’s talk, he continued to bring up how Rotary has played a significant role in his life and in its impact on the many projects Rob has been involved with in Nepal.  Rob has a wife Gina, who is also TRIFC’s Director and Secretary, and has three sons.  For more information, or to see how you can assist, visit TRIFC.   


Welcome Alysha & Rick!

Rick Ferrell transferred from Shoreline Rotary Club where he has been an active member for over 30 years.  Rick grew up in Seattle and Shoreline Washington. He attended Shoreline High School, Shoreline Community College and the University of Washington. Rick was a General Contractor specializing in commercial construction in Western Washington and is now retired and living in Mill Creek.  Rick has three children, six grandkids and four great grandkids.  Rick is shown with his sponsor, Dave Gunter.
Alysha Mulliner has been a realtor for nine years and is with Keller Williams in Bothell.  Alysha enjoys camping and traveling.  Alysha has a husband, Jason, and a teen age daughter, Ashlyn.  For the past six months, Alysha and Ashlyn have been volunteering at the Everett Animal Shelter.  Alysha is shown here being given her Rotary pin by her sponsor Les Metrovich.


Passing the "Ball and Chain"

Twenty nine years ago, Jeff Pratt stepped up as the Rotary Club of Mill Creek's first President.  And each year, past club presidents line up to pass down a "ball and chain" to the incoming president.  The ball and chain symbolizes the amount of work and effort the president will be taking on during their Rotary year.  Here Past-President Jeff Pratt begins the ball and chain on its journey down the line of our club's past-presidents.
Past-President Jeff Brennan, with Past-President Bridget Barrington cheering her on, hands the symbolic "ball and chain" to President Becky Porter.

Congrats President Becky Porter

It's official!  Becky Porter takes the podium for the first time as the Rotary Club of Mill Creek's President. Congratulations!


Beverly Jacobson

Our June 24th speaker was Beverly Jacobson, a member of the Rotary Club of Duval.  Beverly is a member of the Board of Directors for Thrive Washington, an organization focused on early learning and creating opportunties for every child in Washington to get a great start in life.  Beverly talked about the importance of early learning on making a long-term difference for children.  Major efforts that Thrive is focused on include: child care quality rating and improvement system, home visiting programs, state funded preschool, and full-day kindergarten.  


Community Service

Pastor Kurt Helmcke and Max Rigelman with Rotarian Barbara Athanas.

On Wednesday, June 24th, our Community Service Committee presented a check for over a thousand dollars to North Creek Presbyterian Church for its Food Pantry.  The Food Pantry is stocked with food staples and provides food to people and families in need in our area.  The Food Pantry is open seven days a week.  In addition, the Church hosts a monthly "Dinner at the Creek" event where it provides a sit down complete hot meal to the needy in the community and sends them home with a bag of food.


Archbishop Murphy High School Student of the Year

Rotarian Geoff Owen presenting the Student of the Year award for Archbishop Murphy to Katie Kelleher
The Rotary Club of Mill Creek is proud to announce that our 2015 Archibishop Murphy Student of the Year and recipient of the Diane Schimpf Memorial Scholarship is Kathryn (Katie) Kelleher.  Katie is no stranger to our members.  Most recently, she was our club's March Student of the Month for Leadership.  Katie has an incredible resume of activities and achievements that include: participation in track, cross-country and soccer; member of the National Honor Society; extensive community service volunteer work; and, manages to squeeze in a real job too!  Katie defines the biggest and most important aspects of her life as, "where I get to help other people."  Congratulations Katie!


Sierra Leone

Lynn Pelton is the founder and president of Greatest Goal Ministries and was our speaker this past Wednesday, June 17. 
Just over a year ago, our club was working with Lynn Pelton to pull together a wheelchair project for Sierra Leone.  Then, the Ebola crisis hit and the project was put on hold. But, Lynn wasn't on hold.  Lynn, who is a nurse, went to Sierra Leone and worked for four months in an Ebola Treatment Center.  Lynn shared with us what it was like and the horrors the disease inflicted on families - killing many and leaving many children as orphans.  
Greatest Goal Ministries was founded by Lynn and is dedicated to serving the most vulnerable population of Sierra Leone, Africa - the amputees, disabled, and children affected by its decade-long (1991-2002) civil war.  


"We're This Close"

Steve Crane providing polio immunization drops to a young Ethiopian.
Steve Crane was our speaker on June 10th.  Steve is a member of the Rotary Club of Seattle and is a polio survivor.  Steve is also our District 5030 Polio Advocacy Chairperson.  Steve is responsible for raising the awareness of the need for continued Federal Government funding to help fight polio by advocating for Rotarians everywhere to reach out to their elected Federal officials to support polio funding.  Steve's mission takes him to Rotary Districts across the U.S. and to meetings with Congressmen and Senators where he advocates in person for continued Federal Government polio eradication funding. In September 2014, Steve was recognized as a Global Citizen at the Global Citizen Festival in New York's Central Park.  Steve - we were honored to have you speak to us!


Our newest member!

Jeff Pratt (right) leading the official induction of Dave Peters (left).
Dave Peters, Principal at Jackson High School, was inducted as our newest member.  Dave shared with us his background and excitement at becoming a member of our club.  Dave has been a regular visitor to our club, joining us many times in recognition of Jackson High School students.  Welcome aboard!

Shelter Box 

Dave Nichols, a member of the Rotary Club of West Seattle, was our meeting speaker.  Dave talked about the ShelterBox organization, an international service organization that provides emergency shelter and vital supplies to support communities around the world that are overwhelmed by manmade or natural disasters. Dave is a Shelter Box Response Team Member (volunteer). Dave has been deployed with Shelter Box to Oklahoma following the Tornadoes that tore through there in 2013; to the Philippines in January 2014 in support of Typhoon Yolanda, to Serbia in response to flooding in June 2014; and, to Malaysia this year for three weeks in response to catastrophic flooding. ShelterBox is a Rotary Project Partner organization. 


Left to right: Dave Peters (Jackson High School Principal), Rahima J. Ahmed (Student of the Year), and Rotarian Geoff Owen.  
Rahima J. Ahmed is our club’s 2015 Student of the Year for Jackson High School.  Rahima plans to study business/communications and will attend Hamline University in Saint Paul, Minnesota.  While at Jackson High School, Rahima has participated in numerous organizations including DECA, AVID, and the NAACP Youth Development Program; and volunteered at WSU County Extension, The Arc of King County, and Seattle Union Gospel Mission Shelter.  Along with recognition as our club’s Student of the Year, Rahima will receive a $3,000 scholarship. 
Rahima’s dream is to help shed light onto the underrepresented women in our world today. It is our honor to recognize Rahima J. Ahmed and we wish her the very best in her continuing studies and in pursuing such a worthy dream!


Left to right: Carol Scharnikow (Sno-Isle Tech Dental Assisting Instructor),  Nuhad Al-nassar (Student of the Year), and Rotarian Geoff Owen.  
Nuhad Al-nassar is our club’s 2015 Student of the Year for Sno-Isle Skills Tech Center.  Nuhad is currently enrolled at Mariner High School with a 3.69 GPA and participates in the half day training program in Dental Assisting at Sno-Isle Tech where she maintains a 4.0 GPA.  She plans to study dental hygiene and to attend Shoreline Community College and go on from there to Eastern Washington University.  Nuhad is a member of the National Honor Society, Key club, and the YMCA’s Minority Achievers Program.  Along with recognition as our club’s Student of the Year, Nuhad will receive a $3,000 scholarship.  It is our honor to recognize Nuhad Al-nassar and we wish her the very best in her continuing studies!

Since 1987, Challenge Day has reached over 1,000,000 youth in the U.S. and Canada. Challenge Day’s mission is to provide youth with workshops and programs that demonstrate the possibility of love and connection through the celebration of diversity, truth and full expression. 
Jackson High School hosted two Challenge Days this past school year.  The Rotary Club of Mill Creek helped fund one of the days.  On Wednesday, students from Jackson High School students, along with its Intervention Specialist and a paraeducator spoke to our club about the program.   The students were very forthcoming about what each took away from Challenge Day. Some of the comments included:
  • Listening and standing up for others
  • Being nicer to others
  • Understanding differences but also learning that they were not alone
  • Learning that other students have challenges
  • Helping them grow as a person and feel more comfortable with themselves
  • Learning that others cared
What I took away from everything I heard is that Challenge Day helped each student learn a little more about their fellow students and about themselves, it helped them grow just a little, and it helped them to be more aware that each of them can also make a difference in the lives of their fellow students by just taking some time to listen and care.  Great program, great students, and very caring educators who are trying to help their students mature in a positive way…a great meeting overall!  
The Jackson High School Challenge Day presenters (from left to right):  Lyn Lauzon – Intervention Specialist; Jean Sarcletti – Paraeducator; Amy Walsh – 11th grader; Marie Tran – 11th grader; Miranda Stowell – 12th grader; and Zach Hubbard – 9th grader.


Student of the Month

Student of the Month is always a special meeting where we meet and listen to incredibly talented young people from Jackson High School and Archbishop Murphy High School.  This past Wednesday was no different.  Our theme for May is Academic Excellence.  In addition to our two May students, because Spring Break did not allow Archbishop Murphy to attend last month, we recognized the April Student of the Month for Overcoming Adversity.  Read more about each of them…


 Our Jackson High School Student of the Month for May for Academic Excellence is Macy Matheson.  Macy is a 4.0 student.  Despite having a very tough academic load, according to Principal Peters, Macy is the only 4.0 student remaining in her graduating class!  Macy has taken 4 years of French and numerous advanced placement courses. Macy is interested in going into the biomedical field and will be going to college in Montreal.
Jackson High School Principal Dave Peters, Student of the Month for May - Macy Matheson, and Rotarian Geoff Owen.


The April Student of the Month for Archbishop Murphy High School for Overcoming Adversity is Teresa Straughn.  Despite the loss of her father and her own health challenges, Teresa remained committed to graduating and to helping her debating team achieve success nationally.  Teresa also spoke about how her setbacks helped her realize the true meaning and importance of service and being there for others. Teresa is going on to Willamette University in Oregon where she plans on majoring in international studies.  
Archbishop Murphy Department Head of Social Science and Teresa's AP Government teacher Roger Brodniak, Student of the Month for April - Teresa Straughn, and Rotarian Geoff Owen.


The May Student of the Month for Archbishop Murphy High School for Academic Achievement is Min Jun Park (known as MJ).  Archbishop Murphy Vice Principal Alex Crane started by sharing with us how gifted MJ is in mathematics, having accelerated through every mathematics class it has to offer and more!
The celebration of Student of the Month is a great recognition by the school and our club of the student's achievements.  The student often brings his or her parents and has the opportunity to share with everyone their accomplishments.  MJ brought with him his mother, grandmother and pastor.  But, instead of talking about his accomplishments, MJ chose to use the opportunity to recognize his fellow student Kristi Bartz who was tragically killed the prior Saturday.  MJ shared with us what an incredible person Kristi was and the impact she had on all students including himself.  MJ - we not only recognize you for your academic excellence but for the total unselfishness you demonstrated though your personal recognition of Kristi.  MJ is going on to Rice University in Houston where he will major in mathematics to hopefully focus in the area of statistics.
Archbishop Murphy Vice Principal Alex Crane, Student of the Month for May - Min Jun Park, and Rotarian Geoff Owen.
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