Rotary names honorees for the month of MayThe Rotary Club of Farmington recognized its Service Above Self award winners for May, with a bonus Student of the Week from April, at its May 6 meeting.
The Rotary Club of Farmington recognized its Service Above Self award winners for May, with a bonus Student of the Week from April, at its May 6 meeting.
Amanda Schmidt is the May elementary Student of the Month. She is a student at Meadowview Elementary, where she serves as student council president and a STAR representative. She serves on the school safety patrol and is active in Girl Scouts. For the past several years she has donated her birthday gifts to the Humane Society.
Tanner Fuchs is the May Student of the Month from Farmington High School. As a member of the school’s Youth Development committee he helped organize Games for Change, a first-year event that collected $1,600 and 500 food items for the Farmington Food Shelf. He is treasurer of the Tiger Leadership Club and a member of Business Professionals of America. He is active in football and track and in his church youth group. He plans to attend the University of Minnesota next year.
Bill Mulvihill was recognized as the club’s Senior Citizen of the Month. He is an active volunteer in many parts of the community. Mulvihill has driven a DARTS bus, delivered people to their doctors’ appointments and delivered for Meals on Wheels. He also volunteers for the Farmington Food Shelf.
Meredith Gulsvig was the high school Student of the Month for April but was not able to attend last month’s recognition meeting. She is active in Link Crew,
National Honor Society, yearbook, choir and Baccalaureate committee. She has also participated in volleyball, weightlifting and track. Meredith plans to attend the University of Minnesota.
The Farmington Rotary recognizes a high school senior, another Farmington student and a senior citizen who embody the club's motto of service above self.