The Rotary Club of Bluffton sponsors a program to recognize students who are exemplary in the following areas: service to school and/or community; academics; citizenship in school and out; and extracurricular activities in school and/or the community. Each month during the school year, a student is chosen to be the Rotary Club Student of the Month.The Student of the Month for September was fifth-grader Lily Vitiello. Lily was recognized at the Rotary Club of Bluffton breakfast. She was presented with a $50 award by Bluffton Rotary President Patrick Wright. Pictured are Wright, Lily, and Principal Adrienne Sutton.
The Rotary Club of Bluffton sponsors a program to recognize students who are exemplary in the following areas: service to school and/or community; academics; citizenship in school and out; and extracurricular activities in school and/or the community. Each month during the school year, a student is chosen to be the Rotary Club Student of the Month.The Student of the Month for September was fifth-grader Lily Vitiello. Lily was recognized at the Rotary Club of Bluffton breakfast. She was presented with a $50 award by Bluffton Rotary President Patrick Wright. Pictured are Wright, Lily, and Principal Adrienne Sutton. Submitted photo
The Rotary Club of Bluffton sponsors a program to recognize students who are exemplary in the following areas: service to school and/or community; academics; citizenship in school and out; and extracurricular activities in school and/or the community. Each month during the school year, a student is chosen to be the Rotary Club Student of the Month.The Student of the Month for September was fifth-grader Lily Vitiello. Lily was recognized at the Rotary Club of Bluffton breakfast. She was presented with a $50 award by Bluffton Rotary President Patrick Wright. Pictured are Wright, Lily, and Principal Adrienne Sutton. Submitted photo

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