Hannah Northrup and Justin Everhart, seniors at Bonners Ferry High School, were selected as the Rotary Students of the Month for February. Their selection was based on their academic achievement and their commitment and contributions to their community, school and family.

Hannah Northrup, the daughter of Kevin and Marie Northrup, plans to attend Brigham Young University in the fall pursuing a career in the law or archeology "working in those fields a few years, then becoming a homemaker." Hannah has worked at Safeway as a courtesy clerk and is an active member of her church.  In high school, she has particpated in soccer, track, performing arts and robotics. In her spare time, she has designed lighting for school plays and has started to train horses.  To convince the faculty and administration as to why she should be selected as Bonners Ferry Rotary Student of the Month, Hannah stated that she is "hard working, and studious and I have my priorities right, planning to learn as much as I can through school and daily life."

Justin Everhart is the son of Jeff and Ketta Everhart. His job experiences during high school usually means working for his dad such as "skidding of Skyline". In addition to academics, Justin's major high school activity has been centered on basketball. He is especially proud of the fact that he got to travel to Europe to play basketball. His plans are to attend the Hot Rod Institute in South Dakota to further his studies in "street rod design." Justin's career goals are to be successful in whatever endeavor he undertakes and "to give life to my family that my parents have given me."

Congratulations to Hannah and Justin for their achievements and this recognition. 



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