The Rotary Club of Arlington donated $10,000 in college scholarships to three graduating seniors from Arlington, Darrington, and Lakewood high schools. Students selected demonstrate excellence in academics, as well as community service. 
Tayler Hoftell is a senior graduating valedictorian from Darrington High School. She'll be studying Biochemistry at the University of Washington. One teacher, Linne Clarke Haywood, wrote about Tayler, "[She] works harder than any student I have ever taught, hands down...when Tayler accepts an obligation, she completes it with distinction." The scholarship selection committee was so impressed with Tayler, her achievements and her commitment to community that they elected to give her a $5,000 scholarship and consideration for ongoing support over the next four years she is at university.
Jared Huff will graduate from Arlington High School. He’s been a very active volunteer advocating to alleviate hunger and homelessness while working with the Arlington Food Bank and Sound Out Seattle. Huff plans to attend Seattle Pacific University in the fall and study business. He received a $2,500 scholarship from the Rotary Club of Arlington.
Summer Ahrns, a full-time Running Start student is graduating from Lakewood High School. She plans to attend Western Washington University and study early childhood education. Ahrns has participated in the 3-day Susan G. Komen walk for breast cancer, twice, and raised over $4,600.  The Rotary Club of Arlington presented her with a $2,500 scholarship for her higher .