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Our Globe Rotary club hosted Tiana Holder at the August 21st meeting. Tiana began working last Monday, August 12th, shadowing our outgoing Chamber Director, Ellen Kretsch. She will begin her first "official" day at the Chamber on September 2nd.

Paul Jepson, Stanley Gibson and Rick Powers dedicate the new map for the Round Mountain hiking trails. Just in time for the annual Sunrise Challenge!

Paul Jepson, President of Globe Rotary with Student of the Month Rafael Dominquez. Rafael is a Senior at Globe High School. His favorite subjects are Math and English. He is a "people person" who plans to work for the
Forest Service summers, and go to school the rest of each year and study fire science.
He likes to participate in track and basketball also.

The Midnght Cicadas attract $500 from Globe Rotary Club.

The Globe high school Robotics Team will be participating in the f.i.r.s.t. World Championship - Houston Division.  The Midnight Cicadas won the regional and a qualifying contest, and they will leave for Houston on April 16, returning to Globe on April 21.

Bradley won the Dean's List award locally, and will be in the final round at the Houston championships.

Noelle Anderson explained that the Globe program begins in grades K - 3 with LEGO League junior. Grades 4- 8 are the LEGO Leaguers. They dont just play with legos, they learn to build and solve problems.

Globe Rotary awarded $500.00 to the Midnight Cicadas to help defray costs for their trip.

Sophomores Brad Pollock and Ruby Parker

Program Administrator, Noelle Anderson

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