BONNERS FERRY ROTARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH – February 2014

 

Each month, we honor two students from Bonners Ferry High School as Rotary Students of the Month. They are selected on the basis of the their academic achievement and their commitment and contributions to their community, school and family. Students must also have good school attendance and demonstrate a good attitude. Finally, the winning students must have demonstrated the characteristics of Rotary’s “4-Way Test” – Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

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Kylie Byars, daughter of William and Sarah Byars, has spent her 4 years of high school contributing to her community and participating in several fundraisers to assist the food bank and youth in need.  Kylie is especially proud of her work ethic during four years of high school. Her employment has allowed her to buy her own car and open a college savings account. She plans to attend NIC and the University of Idaho with hopes of becoming a high school biology teacher.

Dalin Hubbard, son of Wesley and Jolene Hubbard, has served or is serving his community in a variety of ways. This year, he volunteered for the BoCo Backpack program for kids (filling a backpack with food for an lunch program-eligible child intended to last the child over a weekend), splitting wood for families in need, and as a farm hand.  Dalin is especially proud of his achievements as a licensed private pilot and a certified nursing assistant (CNA).  Subsequent to completing a mission for his church, he plans to attend college to become a nurse anesthetist or gain employment in agricultural research.