Astoria Rotary announces October Students of the Month

Astoria High School seniors Calvin Kaul and Jenna Travers are Astoria Rotary's Students of the Month for October.

Astoria Rotary honored two Astoria High School seniors as Astoria Rotary Students of the Month for October, Jenna Travers and Calvin Kaul.

Astoria Rotary selects Students of the Month during the school year from juniors and seniors from Astoria and Knappa high schools. To be selected, students must be in good standing in school, and involved in community and school activities.

Travers is the daughter of Dan and CC Travers. She is president of the Spanish Club, co-president of the Mu Alpha Theta Math Club, and co-president of the National Honor Society at AHS. In addition, she runs cross-country, is on the swim team and participates on the golf team. She plans to go to college and study environmental science, political science and Spanish.

Kaul, the son of Michael and Carrie Kaul, is co-president of the National Honor Society at AHS, participates in the Travel Club, Spanish Club and the Youth Conservation Corps, and is involved in cross-country and baseball. He plans to study in the Department of Forestry at Oregon State University.

Students selected for Astoria Students of the Month receive a leadership book selected by Astoria Rotary members, an application for a Rotary Scholarship, an inspirational letter from a local Rotarian, a gift card to a local coffee establishment and a Rotary certificate.

Astoria Rotary meets at noon Monday at the Elks Lodge in Astoria.

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