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June 17, 2013

Local youths at Rotary camp in Arbuckle Mountains

NORMAN — Seventeen local high school students were recently accepted to attend the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards summer conference today through June 21 in the Arbuckle Mountains in southern Oklahoma.

The students join dozens of other youths from across southwestern and central Oklahoma. Each is sponsored by local Rotary Clubs.

The students are accepted by sending in applications including a full resume. A Rotary committee chooses conference participants. While going through applications the committee is looking for leadership, determination and focus.

“The accepted students usually have great leadership qualities, and fantastic overall school performance,” said Hans Wachter, a member of the Norman Rotary Club.

The local Norman Rotary clubs selected these students to attend this year’s conference. Students are sponsored by the Norman, Sooner and Crosstimbers Rotary clubs.

Participants are Pauline Anderson, a junior at Norman North High School; Samuel Richison, a junior at Norman High School, the son of Scott and Janet Richison; Anna Painter, a junior at Norman North High School, daughter of Edd and Mary Painter; Branden Moffat, a junior at Norman North High School, son of Doug and Julie Moffat.

Abigail Mace, a junior at Norman North High School, daughter of Matthew and Stephanie Mace; Spencer Jones, a junior at Norman High School, the son of Steve and Carolyn Jones; Robert Havenstrite, a junior at Norman High School, the son of Geoff and Karen Wynn; Jake Gray, a junior at Norman High School, the son of Robert and Mary Gray.

Rachel Gedosh, a junior at Norman High School, the daughter of Davis Gedosh and Sally Kerr; Monica Gracey, a junior at Norman High School, the daughter of Lisa Gracey; Ashlyn Gardner, a junior at Norman North High School, the daughter of Doug Gardner and Stacy Davenport; Cassandra Duncan, a senior at Norman High School, daughter of Tim and Melissa Duncan; Ashley Burns, a junior at Norman North High School, the daughter of James and Tammy Burns; Elise Base is a junior at Norman North High School, daughter of Dusty and Elizabeth Base; Grace Ripperger is a junior at Norman High School,. daughter of Joe Ripperger and Rhonda Hamon; Valarie Shaw, a junior at Norman High School, daughter of Jerry and Jennifer Shaw; Ronnie Thompson, a junior at Norman North High School.

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