Aubrey Independent School District and Pilot Point Independent School District High School students attended the weekly Rotary meeting on December 12 as our seniors of the month.

From Aubrey:
Josie Six spoke of her leadership skills acquired from participation in theater and FFA. She is looking to major in architecture in college.
Grant Ramsey learned all about work ethic from his athletic involvement as a four-year member of the baseball and football teams. He is planning to attend Oklahoma State University to pursue business and real estate.
Josie and Grant are pictured with Aubrey High School principal Brett Phipps, counselor Lisa Griffin and Rotary Club President Shane Kading.

From Pilot Point:
Justin Sanchez explored his creativity and learning new skills through welding classes at Pilot Point High School, and is looking to tech fields and computer science for post-high school education.
Sydney Bickers will be leading the Lady Cats as the only upperclassman on the softball team this year. She is also huge into FFA, helping younger kids by teaching them how to raise goats and prepare them for the show ring. She plans to attend vet school at either Texas A&M or Texas Tech.
Leila Norris remembered fondly her participation in the marching band that went to the state competition when she was a sophomore. She leads the organization of the high school's blood drive as the vice president of the Student Council.
Justin, Sydney and Leila are pictured with counselor Christin Coile and Club President Shane Kading.