Club News

The Rotary Club of Rosemount is pleased to announce that Rosemount High School senior Kaitlyn Stock is its March 2017 Student of the Month.

Kaitlyn lives in Farmington with her parents Rick and Kristen and her sister Ashley, a freshman at RHS.

The Rotary Club of Rosemount is pleased to announce that Rosemount High School senior Kiera Newson is its February 2017 Student of the Month.

Kiera lives in Apple Valley with her mother, Qiana Shack, and her younger sister Kimorah.

The Rotary Club of Rosemount is pleased to announce that Rosemount High School senior Maggie Tulay is its January 2017 Student of the Month.

At the beginning of her high school career, Maggie’s grandmother told her she would “get out of it what she put in.”  Maggie took this advice to heart, taking seven honors classes, five AP classes and one CIS class during high school.

 
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