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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

Student of the Month Lillian Curtis
has been accepted at NAU and plans to
major in Psychology.

Shailene Edwards
2019 RYLA Delegate

Jayden is a high school sophomore in Tucson. She applied and was accepted for an immersion program called introduction to neuroscience, at Colombia University New York in June. Globe Rotary voted to help her with $250.00. She has several other fundraisers going on in Tucson. Jaydyn is the great granddaughter of Milo White, who was a Globe Rotarian.

Globe Rotary Student of the Month
BJ loves sports of all kinds. Basketball is where he shines! He recently won an award for being offensive player of the year. His favorite school subject is English. Math, not so much! He plans to attend college, and play basketball, isn't sure what his major will be.

President Paul Jepson presents a Banner to visitor David Koehlier from New York State. 

Destiny Garcia and her father were guests of the Globe Rotary on January 9.  She was selected as
Student of the Month for January and was awarded a certificate by President Paul Jepson. 
Destiny plans to become a peace officer, and wants to improve the image of law enforcement.

Globe Rotary Club President Paul Jepson presents the Globe Boys and Girls Club with a check
for $10,000 December 13th, 2018.  The donation will be used to help with renovation of the old Knights of Columbus building - another gift for the kids' club.

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