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Each year, the Rotary Club of Edmond recognizes Edmond seniors by awarding up to 4 deserving students $2000 each. This year was no different with the Club selecting four Edmond seniors. Congratulations to this year’s recipients.
 
Marissa Morton is a senior at Oklahoma Christian School; she is planning on majoring in Biology at Oklahoma Christian University and then pursue a career in Physical Therapy. She hopes to start a non-profit where physical therapists would volunteer their time to help underprivileged student athletes. Words used to describe Marissa are resilient, thoughtful, and strong with a servant’s heart. In addition to being selected as a Rotary Scholarship Recipient, Marissa was selected for this year’s Charles D. Lamb Service Above Self Award, which gives an additional $500. Marissa’s resilience and ability to look for the positive in devastating life changing situations, make her an ideal candidate for the Charles D. Lamb Service Above Self Scholarship. Marissa’s future plans are a wonderful example of furthering Charles Lamb’s legacy of being truthful, fair and building goodwill and friendships that benefit all.
 
 
Ngozi Omeke is a senior at Edmond Santa Fe High School; she plans to attend the University of Tulsa and major in Nursing. She then has plans to attend Baylor University to become an Anesthesiologist Assistant. Ngozi has been part of the Bioscience and Medical Academy for the last 2 years and has been part of HOSA. She has also been a part of several mission trips, both domestic and international, as well as served as volunteer at Mercy hospital and her church. She can be described as driven, compassionate and passionate about the spoken word. She understands the importance of the lives and people of her community and she has a desire to serve – through her continued research projects, continued volunteerism and her work in the medical field.
 
 
Mackenzie Goings is a senior at Edmond Memorial High School; she plans to attend the University of Central Oklahoma and major in Healthcare Administration. Mackenzie has spent a lot of hours volunteering with Samaritan House, Miracle League, The Hope Center, Wings, and EARC. She has also had leadership opportunities with Youth Leadership Edmond, Edmond Women’s Club and the Edmond Public Schools Foundation. She can be described as friendly and hardworking; someone who will fight what is right. Mackenzie knows that Peace and Goodwill is what the world needs more of – she plans to use her time and energy to make Edmond an even better place to live.
 
Joadel Genuzio is a senior at Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy; he plans to attend the University of Oklahoma and pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He would also like to earn a minor in Electrical Engineering and then move on to an MBA. While maintaining a high GPA he also runs his own lawn mowing business and volunteers at his church, Project 66 Food and Resource Center. One of Joadel’s goals is to help solve the world’s clean water crisis as well as create materials that will help people living in third world countries by providing effective ways to trap heat and cool air, to make their living environment better. Joadel can be described as articulate, eager, confident and courageous.
 
Charles D. Lamb Service Above Self Scholarship
The principal motto of Rotary, “Service Above Self”, best conveys the philosophy of unselfish volunteer service. The Charles D. Lamb Service Above Self scholarship will be awarded to an Edmond student who exemplifies “Service Above Self” through his or her contributions to the community and has future potential to continue to further the Rotary mission.
 
The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
 
This scholarship is named in honor of Charles Lamb. Charles had a servant heart.  He made everyone he dealt with feel that their issue, interest or passion was equally important.  He looked for solutions to situations and handled things in a positive way. And we as his fellow Rotarians know that Charles was truthful, fair, did his best to build goodwill and friendships that benefitted all.
The Rotary Club of Edmond will host virtual meetings through the month of May. We welcome all current members and guests. The Club will resume its normal meeting day and time of Wednesdays at 12p starting May 6, 2020. 
 
These virtual meetings will continue until it is deemed safe for the Club to meet in person. 
 
Please visit our Speakers page for details on each week's speaker. 
Speakers
Mike Hearne, Creator
May 27, 2020 12:00 PM
Via ZOOM: "This is Oklahoma" Podcast
Larry Stevens, City of Edmond City Manager
Jun 03, 2020 12:00 PM
Via Zoom: Response to COVID - 19
Senators Stephanie Bice and Adam Pugh
Jun 10, 2020 12:00 PM
Via Zoom: 2020 Legislative Session
Dr. Nathan Mellor, President
Jul 08, 2020 12:00 PM
Strata Leadership